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SharePoint's Shortcomings

SharePoint's Shortcomings

By Daniel Threlfall May 1, 2013 (Updated: June 6, 2013) Articles and Editorials  Comments

One of the best things about SharePoint is its name. The moniker suggest a friendly place where people can gather, work, and say to themselves, "a good time was had by all." If the greatest thing going for a software is its name, then it probably has some shortcomings elsewhere. SharePoint has shortcomings, and in the rough-and-tumble world of collaborative web applications, SharePoint has received more than its fair share of criticisms.… Read More →

Microsoft SharePoint emerging as CMS platform of choice but new research highlights ‘gaps’ that information professionals seek to fill

By Mike Johnston April 23, 2013 (Updated: May 31, 2013) News & Headlines  Comments

Microsoft SharePoint has emerged as the gateway to the mass of stored enterprise information that organizations around the world rely on to conduct business each day, but there are areas in which its capabilities need to be augmented by additional applications – particularly for metadata management and automatic classification – according to new research.… Read More →

Is SharePoint Going Away?

Is SharePoint Going Away?

By Daniel Threlfall February 18, 2013 (Updated: June 10, 2013) Articles and Editorials  Comments

Recently, Chris Wright announced a prediction:  "SharePoint Will Disappear Very Soon." His claim was, of course, provocative and attention-grabbing. As it turns out, his prediction merely centered upon a simple issue of wording: "Let me explain, I’m referring to the word "SharePoint,"  the name, the brand we have grown accustomed to over the years.… Read More →

Smartlogic announce availability of Semaphore for SharePoint 2013 as well as support for Microsoft Office 365

By Mike Johnston November 20, 2012 (Updated: May 31, 2013) News & Headlines  Comments

In line with the changes introduced by Microsoft to SharePoint 2013, Smartlogic has announced the SharePoint version of its pioneering Content Intelligence solution, Semaphore, by onward developing its capabilities to ensure content standards across large and far-flung organizations, while simplifying and automating classification.The new Semaphore for SharePoint 2013 augments SharePoint 2013 to enhance the search experience, drive content management and workflow processes, standardize metadata across the enterprise, and eliminate the burden of manual classification of content.… Read More →

CARA v3.2 released - now covering Documentum, Alfresco, SharePoint and Oracle WebCenter

By Mike Johnston February 22, 2012 (Updated: May 31, 2013) News & Headlines  Comments

Generis has issued the latest release of its CARA Unified Client user interface, adding more than 250 enhancements for existing platforms (Documentum, Alfresco, SharePoint) and adding support for the Oracle WebCenter content management (formerly Stellent UCM).Within the Documentum family, CARA provides a single unified UI to replace Webtop, DAMtop, CenterStage and TaskSpace, as well as providing Records Management functionality. Customers with more than one repository type can leverage the ability to have the same configurable UI across multiple platforms - with new functionality in CARA v3.… Read More →

HiSoftware Security Sheriff SP Brings First-of-its-Kind Content-Aware Security Capabilities to Microsoft SharePoint

By Mike Johnston November 8, 2011 (Updated: May 31, 2013) News & Headlines  Comments

With SharePoint quickly emerging as the primary Enterprise Content Management (ECM) system for thousands of organizations, HiSoftware Inc. today announced the launch of the first content-aware compliance and security solutions optimized specifically for Microsoft SharePoint® 2010.… Read More →

GSX Consolidated Monitor & Analyzer Cuts Microsoft SharePoint Risks

By Mike Johnston September 28, 2011 (Updated: June 25, 2013) News & Headlines  Comments

GSX Solutions announced that its GSX Monitor & Analyzer resolves significant Microsoft SharePoint risks and issues for IT departments. Agentless, out-of-the-box deployment on a client workstation enables SharePoint administrators to continually monitor services from a user perspective and quickly take corrective action when issues arrive.Many organizations are experiencing an uncontrolled proliferation of SharePoint sites, leading to frequent outages and inefficient use of IT resources.… Read More →

DotNetNuke 6.0 now available, offers simplified interface

DotNetNuke 6.0 now available, offers simplified interface

By Mike Johnston July 22, 2011 (Updated: May 31, 2013) News & Headlines  Comments

A new release of the DotNetNuke is upon us, but this one is a bit different from previous releases in that it offers a redesigned UI and some impressive new features.Check out these screenshots showing off the new look: Some of the highlights from the release announcement: For the first time ever, the DotNetNuke Store ( and the Extensions Forge, with over 10,000 application extensions, are directly accessible from within the core DotNetNuke platform.… Read More →