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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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Gartner’s Digital Meeting Room Leaders, Box Unifies Content Access, More News

Gartner's Digital Meeting Room Leaders, Box Unifies Content Access, More News

Digital meeting room solutions are where work gets done in the digital workplace and Cisco, Zoom, Microsoft and LogMeIn are all providing the top rooms for enterprises, according to Gartner’s recent Magic Quadrant For Meeting Rooms  (paywall).

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SharePoint 2019 Says Hello to 6 Features and Goodbye to 6 Others

SharePoint 2019 Says Hello to 6 Features and Goodbye to 6 Others

Earlier this year, Microsoft shared a sneak peek of some of the new features it intended to bring to SharePoint 2019. The launch of the new preview version last week contained many of those features, as well as a promise of more to come.

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Unpacking SharePoint Conference Day One’s Announcements

Unpacking SharePoint Conference Day One's Announcements

SharePoint Conference 2018 kicked off yesterday with an hour and 45 minute keynote delivered to an audience of over 3000 at the MGM hotel in Las Vegas and countless others watching the live broadcast from the comfort of their homes, as I did.

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Slack Updates Privacy Policy, Giving Employers Access to Direct Messages, More News

Slack Updates Privacy Policy, Giving Employers Access to Direct Messages, More News

San Francisco-based Slack has updated its privacy policy. Unlike many of the privacy policy updates announced since the Facebook–Cambridge Analytica data harvesting scandal, this update enables employers to view and download everything users share in Slack, even conversations shared in private channels.

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CMSWire’s Top SharePoint and Office 365 Stories of 2017

CMSWire's Top SharePoint and Office 365 Stories of 2017

It seems like organizations had only just got used to the idea of SharePoint 2017 when Microsoft is telling them that it’s time to start looking at upgrades again. At its Ignite conference in September, the Redmond, Washington based giant announced that the new 2019 versions of SharePoint would be

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Mark Your Calendars: Microsoft Announces Mid-2018 SharePoint 2019 Release

Mark Your Calendars: Microsoft Announces Mid-2018 SharePoint 2019 Release

On day two of Ignite, Microsoft announced plans to release preview versions of Office 2019 and SharePoint Server 2019 by 2018. According to Jared Spataro, general manager for Microsoft Office, the preview edition of SharePoint Server 2019 will be out by the middle of the year.

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