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Top SharePoint trends to watch in 2012

Guest post by Chris McNulty As we move toward 2012, I see several emerging trends that will affect organizations using SharePoint in the new year. Social networking, cloud and governance are the hot

Harmon.ie 3.0 embeds SharePoint content in Lotus Notes

It's been said that SharePoint is the Lotus Notes of the 21st Century. Lotus Notes was a popular way of sharing content in the 1990s, but there are still plenty of organizations using it for email. A

Box.net expands 50 GB of storage offer to LG Android phone users

Box.net announced this week it was going to be offering 50 GB of free storage to users of LG Android handsets. Now, LG joins HP TouchPad and iOS users who were previously included in the offer. The

Box.net launches developer network

Last week Box.net, best known as a content management, collaboration and file sharing vendor, announced an ambitious venture to build a Box developer network. The new venture is called the Box

Enterprise 2.0 is people-centric IT

Making the case for enterprise social tools can be difficult. The knee-jerk reaction goes something like this: "Why give employees one more thing to interact with?" To many chief executives and

Mindjet Connect SP hopes to increase SharePoint user adoption

Mindjet announced Mindjet Connect SP this week, a tool that sits on top of SharePoint, which it claims will simplify SharePoint, making it easier to use and increase user adoption. The way Mindjet

SoundOff: Best open source CMS updates of 2011

The content management space is dominated by news of updates, new features and release cycles. Among nimble open source players the changes can be fast and furious. It's been a year of new

HiSoftware releases SharePoint 2010 security and compliance solutions

HiSoftware introduced several products this week to help companies using SharePoint 2010 with enhanced security and compliance issues, an area that many enterprise record-keepers and governance

Dropbox and Box.net shoot for different markets

Guest post by Dan Keldsen With "Box" in the name of both Dropbox and Box.net, it would be easy to think that both solutions are competing in the same space. But with Dropbox for Teams recently

Social media archiving policies must be realistic

Social media content can, in fact, be a record--a fact some records managers find terrifying and perplexing when they consider the void it creates in e-Discovery and Freedom of Information Act