Category: Microsoft SharePoint

Martin White on SharePoint 2007 in 2009

Martin shares some observations about SharePoint 2007 activity, and sounds the warning bell for some customers: “At one meeting recently the European intranet manager of a $11billion company with one of the most widely recognised brands in the world said to me that they were looking forward to […]

Extending Team Concert to SharePoint Documents

Mainsoft released an integration between Rational Jazz — the team collaboration software development environment — and Microsoft SharePoint. “Now available, the Beta release of Mainsoft Document Collaboration for Rational Jazz: SharePoint Edition enables you to associate a document site to each of your Jazz teams, so developers will […]

CalConnect at Microsoft

The next CalConnect Interoperability Test Event is being held in February 2009 at Microsoft in Redmond. For a long time Microsoft wasn’t a member of CalConnect, but are now … and that bodes well for improved calendaring interoperability in the future. Michael’s hope: that the SharePoint team goes […]

CMS Watch Updates SharePoint Report

CMS Watch released a longer and updated report on SharePoint for enterprise use. It’s now 240 pages, up from 190 last time. “Find out how SharePoint 2007 really works. SharePoint is very good at certain things, but very poor at others. Researched by the same CMS Watch team […]

Liquid Machines Gateway for SharePoint

Liquid Machines took the wraps off its enterprise rights management gateway for Microsoft SharePoint, to protect business information inside and outside of SharePoint. “The Gateway for SharePoint is tightly integrated with Microsoft Windows Rights Management Services (RMS) and Microsoft Office SharePoint Services (MOSS) to persistently protect files opened […]

Microsoft Online Services Exits Beta

Microsoft launched its Online Services for hosted Exchange and SharePoint; Microsoft Online Services had previously been available in beta to select customers. “Today, at a launch event in San Francisco, Stephen Elop, president of the Microsoft Business Division at Microsoft Corp., was joined by customers and partners to […]