WWPYCBW: Technology (October 16, 2008)

Axceler ControlPoint 2 … Axceler released Version 2 of ControlPoint, its administration tool for Microsoft SharePoint. “ControlPoint gives you the ability to analyze and manage user permissions across your farm and provides you with detailed SharePoint usage information, including user activity, storage and content analysis.More

Collaboration NOW … CNBC is running a series on collaboration, sponsored by BT. There are five sessions spread across October and November. More

Enterprise 2.0 Conference Call for Papers … The Enterprise 2.0 Conference is on in June 2009 in Boston. The conference organizers are calling for speaker submissions. More

Plutext Collaboration in Word … Plutext released the alpha edition of its Word 2007 add-in, for document collaboration inside of Word 2007. There’s a screencast about how it works. It’s not “real-time” document collaboration, however. More

Taroby Launches … Advanced Millennium Technologies launched the beta of Taroby, its hosted unified messaging service. “With Taroby, users can create, manage and share messages online and access them anytime, from anywhere. Teams can be trained to handle incoming messages more efficiently by using pre-defined – but at the same time personalized – templates, note papers and signatures.More

Whatever Knowledge Plaza … Whatever released Knowledge Plaza, a collaboration and knowledge sharing Web service. “Knowledge Plaza empowers users to share and manage internet bookmarks, documents and files, e-mails, contacts, as well as their own expertise. Through its facets, tags and contextual search box, Knowledge Plaza guarantees your knowledge will never be lost again.More

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