CMS Wire’s Barb Mosher analyses results from a recent poll, which asked readers what plans they had to implement the forthcoming version of SharePoint. The poll revealed that of those who responded positively, the greatest percentage (24%) were interested in its collaboration portal and social media features.
“With the …Continue reading »
In this article, CMS Wire’s Dux Raymond Sy explains how SharePoint’s site membership works and provides five main steps in the effective configuration and management of SharePoint’s user permissions.
“Managing user permissions in SharePoint can be a double-edged sword. On one hand, it empowers users to be responsible for defining …Continue reading »
In anticipation of the launch of SharePoint 2010 on 12th May this year, the Midwest SharePoint 2010 Conference to be held on April 15th in Milwaukee, promises to answer all your questions – The Good, The Bad and The Ugly! Attendees will also be eligible to win up to $5,000 …Continue reading »
A recent poll conducted by CMS Wire posed the question, “Is Your Organization Planning to Implement SharePoint 2010?” with some surprising results – namely that despite the hype, a significant percentage of respondents (36%) were not planning to upgrade to SharePoint 2010 following it’s imminent release in May. Of those …Continue reading »
In anticipation of the launch of SharePoint 2010 on 12th May 2010, CMS Wire has been running a poll to see if readers will be upgrading to the new version, and why. The poll closes on Monday 14th March 2010.
“The release date for SharePoint 2010 is rapidly approaching. But …Continue reading »
CMS Watch’s Tony Bryne provides his thoughts on the forthcoming 2010 release of Microsoft’s resource management solution, SharePoint.
“The SharePoint Conference 2009 is a bit of a misnomer, since it’s almost all about the forthcoming SharePoint 2010 edition. Microsoft should be commended for the depth of the program, though at …Continue reading »
There’s a lot of anticipation about the upcoming SharePoint 2010 release. But back on Earth, the reality is that SharePoint 2007 has already become a key component of enterprise infrastructure.
In fact, according to a recent IDG survey, 62% of CIOs said that SharePoint was a critical component of their …Continue reading »