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Jump Into Office 365 With Both Feet – Or Walk Away

Jump Into Office 365 With Both Feet – Or Walk Away

Businesses of all shapes and sizes are moving towards Office 365, primarily driven by their IT departments. The technology reasons for the shift are clear: the cloud makes many infrastructure problems go away, tools can now be accessed from anywhere, and the capabilities of the products are extraordinary.

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What 2019 Holds for Enterprise Search

What 2019 Holds for Enterprise Search

A number of positive developments in enterprise search took place in 2018: Elastic had a very encouraging IPO, Google rediscovered enterprise search and Microsoft showed signs of acknowledging that its potpourri search strategy was not fit for purpose.

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CMSWire’s Top 10 Office 365 and SharePoint Articles of 2018

CMSWire's Top 10 Office 365 and SharePoint Articles of 2018

You cannot talk about Office 365, SharePoint and Microsoft collaboration without talking about them in the context of the wider market. Over the year, this has manifested itself as a competition between Microsoft and just about everyone else.

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2018 Contributors of the Year: Joelle Jobson

2018 Contributors of the Year: Joelle Jobson

It's good when something just clicks. And for Joelle Jobson, that "click" happened while working on a SharePoint project. She moved from her role as general business analyst to consulting on SharePoint full time, and hasn't looked back since.  Her bi-monthly column in CMSWire digs into the nitty gritty of

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SharePoint Page Management Released, Nintex Improves Workflows, and More News

SharePoint Page Management Released, Nintex Improves Workflows, and More News

Since  Redmond, Wash.-based Microsoft unveiled the new version of SharePoint at Ignite earlier this year, there have been a number of new features introduced that have made using SharePoint easier to use and manage.

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SharePoint 2010: What are Your Migration Options?

SharePoint 2010: What are Your Migration Options?

The end of SharePoint 2010, the most widely used edition on the market at the moment, is looming. For enterprises currently using SharePoint 2010 this poses a major problem. The temptation to ignore making a decision is not a good idea, the consequences of doing nothing are great.

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How Enterprises Can Prepare for SharePoint 2010’s Final Curtain

How Enterprises Can Prepare for SharePoint 2010's Final Curtain

Bill Baer, senior product marketing manager for SharePoint at Microsoft, confirmed in November that the countdown to the demise of SharePoint 2010 has started. Given that SharePoint 2010 is the most popular version  currently deployed at enterprises, this poses a real challenge.

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Death of SharePoint 2010 Countdown Begins; Share OneDrive Files With Skype

Death of SharePoint 2010 Countdown Begins; Share OneDrive Files With Skype

Everyone knew it was coming, but it’s still going to be a difficult problem to manage. Earlier this month, Bill Baer, senior product marketing manager for SharePoint at Microsoft, confirmed that the countdown to the demise of SharePoint 2010 has started. According to Baer, Windows servers supporting SharePoint Server 2010

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How to Create a Sense of Urgency Around Office 365 Adoption Activities

How to Create a Sense of Urgency Around Office 365 Adoption Activities

Stagnant Office 365 user adoption initiatives too often become failed initiatives. As usage stays minimal, so does productivity, making it hard for executives and employees to experience the business benefits of using the platform sufficiently.

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