Microsoft SharePoint Implementation
- August 25, 2010
Microsoft axed its own SharePoint planning calculator, but IT shops have plenty of choices from third-party vendors that help with SharePoint Server 2010 capacity planning and analysis.
- June 16, 2010
SharePoint is Microsoft's fastest growing server software, but IT managers still grouse about its lack of acceptance and the difficulties in supporting this increasingly common collaboration platform.
- May 05, 2010
The Central Administration has been boiled down so it's easier to navigate. IT managers will see the familiar ribbon found throughout the Office 2010 product line.
- March 10, 2010
Microsoft needs to convince IT pros to upgrade to SharePoint 2010 and Office 2010 if it wants to lock them in for at least another three years.
- January 05, 2010
In the absence of upfront backup and recovery planning, finding lost Microsoft SharePoint Server files can be troublesome. Specialized backup and recovery software helps assure lost files don't go missing forever.
- October 19, 2009
The grown-up SharePoint 2010 has big plans to simplify migration while adding tons of new features. This version looks great on paper, but can it be everything to everyone?
- August 10, 2009
Social networks are growing within the enterprise, and customization is the ticket -- at least with MOSS 2007.
- June 30, 2009
IT pros hope Microsoft focuses on bread-and-butter admin/management instead of feature creep in SharePoint 2010.
- September 30, 2008
For small companies that can't afford document management software, SharePoint may be the way to go. Expert Bill English provides a checklist of top tips for building document management in SharePoint.
- July 15, 2008
Installing enterprise search technology isn't tough, but to maintain the software's effectiveness, it must be constantly tuned.