• WWW.CMSWIRE.COM  |  TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2010
    [Analytics, Microsoft] How 6 Enterprise Content Management Systems Support Collaboration
    Microsoft Office 2007). SharePoint Protocol Support : Alfresco offers Microsoft Office SharePoint Protocol support, enabling users to lower cost with no additional client installation required. about us | research resources | contact us | advertise here Newsletter Twitter RSS Feed Latest News Features Interviews Product Reviews Web CMS Enterprise CMS Document Management Web Engagement Digital Asset Management Web Publishing Enterprise 2.0
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 2010
    [Analytics, Microsoft] NewsGator Acquires Tomoye
    In June 2008, I published a blog post Microsoft's Maturing Social Computing "EGO" , that outlined different ways that vendors could integrate with MOSS 2007 to provide social computing capabilities. Social Sites frequently comes up in discussions with clients committed to Microsoft. Social Sites extends SharePoint by enabling "Facebook"-like features with an emphasis on communities (an area that Microsoft has only begun to understand and focus on with SP2010).
  • MIKE2.OPENMETHODOLOGY.ORG  |  FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 2009
    [Analytics, Microsoft] MIKE2.0 Information Development Blog
    Doug moved on to discuss Microsoft’s offering for ECM, Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS): 12% of respondents stated that MOSS is their chosen ECM suite (enterprise wide) Collaboration is stated as the top reason to implement MOSS Although Enterprise 2.0 IBM, Oracle and Microsoft are battling for the next wave. Date: June 9, 2009, 2:15 pm | No Comments » 03 Jun Collaboration Analytics How healthy is your collaborative community?
  • PORTALS AND KM  |  TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 2009
    [Analytics, Microsoft] Your Favorite Portals and KM Posts for Last Quarter and Last Year
    Last year at about this time I started using Google Analytics. and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) – 2006*. A few days ago this blog passed the 500,000 page view mark. It took almost five years to get there and I know some bloggers do this in a month but it does feel like a milestone. I never thought I would still be blogging five years later when I started in May 2004. Now I do not see stopping.
  • PORTALS AND KM  |  WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 2009
    [Analytics, Microsoft] Most Popular Portals and KM Blog Posts 2008
    I took a look at Google Analytics to see what posts people were looking at on this blog in 2008. and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS ) (2006). It seems to get the best data. The top two destinations were the home page to no surprise but I was pleased that the average time on site for people who came first to the home page was 6 minutes, 45 seconds. Thanks to everyone who visited this past year. Here are the next ten destinations with their year of posting.
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 2008
    [Analytics, Microsoft] 2009: Planning Considerations For Enterprise 2.0
    Microsoft Office SharePoint 2007 (MOSS) is a disappointing platform for social computing in my opinion. My position for some time has been that the next release will be a tipping point for Microsoft's social computing efforts. If customers fail to see a forward-looking release and realize that they will again have to wait "another three years' before Microsoft delivers credible capabilities, then I expect to see a sizeable backlash within the SharePoint install-base.
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  SATURDAY, MARCH 15, 2008
    [Analytics, Microsoft] Collaborative Thinking: Of bread, butter, cheese, and mousetraps.
    Interesting comment below regarding a little debate between Sam Lawrence of Jive Software and Lawrence Liu of Microsoft regarding the recent SharePoint conference. There are a couple of ways to look at how Microsoft is responding to market and customer demand for social software (lets define it for sake of argument as social software being equal to blogs, wikis, tags/bookmarks, feed syndication and social networking): 1. Microsoft Office (e.g.,
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  TUESDAY, JANUARY 22, 2008
    [Analytics, Microsoft] Collaborative Thinking: Lotusphere 2008: Social Computing Chess Match
    This represents the opening moves in a chess match between IBM anbd Microsoft that will evolve over the next two years. But what does this mean re: Microsoft? My "thinking out loud" thoughts below: Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 is sweeping through the industry like no other software product that Ive seen since the early hey-days of Lotus Notes. Microsoft offers extensions to the base product on Codeplex (e.g.,
  • COLLABORATIVE THINKING  |  FRIDAY, JANUARY 11, 2008
    [Analytics, Microsoft] Collaborative Thinking: Integrating SharePoint And Confluence
    It would be valuable for Microsoft to continue down this path of providing well-defined and public interfaces (as opposed to vendor point-to-point deals) so that other blog and wiki vendors could integrate with the platform. Microsoft should avoid the appearance of dictating to customers what options they have for third-party integration and would be better off letting the partner ecosystem act in a more viral and customer-driven manner.
  • JOINING DOTS: BLOG  |  MONDAY, AUGUST 28, 2006
    [Analytics, Microsoft] Joining Dots: Blog: SharePoint History
    Please visit the new blog at www.joiningdots.com/blog/ 28 August 2006 SharePoint History In 2007, Microsoft will release the third version of their SharePoint server product - Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (MOSS 2007). In 1998 Microsoft announced that the next version of Exchange, codename Platinum, would include a new information store - the Web Store - designed for handling documents and web content, as well as email.