At the last OpenText Content World I was asked to do a session about Microsoft SharePoint and SAP Business Suite. When Adrian, my colleague from the SharePoint line of business, and I discussed about the content of this session we quickly agreed that SharePoint perfectly fits into the content enriched business process story of SAP Extended ECM. In another session, and based on this in my post Improve Customer Interaction Efficiency, I described the concept of content enriched business processes in the context of customer interaction. Therefore we enhanced this context by assuming that the professional services department uses SharePoint for collaboration about customer projects. Looking more into the details we identified quickly business processes like:
Ostfildern, Germany,11 January 2011 — Coextant Systems today announced the release date for Hyper.Net 6 Service Pack 3, the latest update of its Enterprise Content Services technology for Microsoft SharePoint and other platforms.
Hyper.Net is an enterprise Web Service that automatically converts and re-purposes documents and other information managed in any document storage solution, e.g., SharePoint, into user-optimized, multi-format content and publishes it into archiving systems, intranets, information portals, Web sites and social networks running on any platform. The product is widely used internationally to completely automate the flow of corporate information to the end-user community.
How do you find the key nuggets of information gold you need amongst all the verbiage on the Internet?
Here are some of the ways I stay up to date on SharePoint and Assessments, you can adapt many of these to your specific interests
Thousands of diversified organizations in vertical markets including technology, pharmaceutical, retail, finance, education and federal agencies all have the same problem: how can you possibly manage the information explosion – and risk – inherent within SharePoint’s collaborative tools? SharePoint offers tremendously powerful social computing tools, but administrators remain rightfully worried about the holes that such capabilities open.
Nintex Workflow 2010 Version 2.3 was unveiled on January 10th. Nintex has improved the integration tools available in Nintex Workflow v2.3, making it even easier to leverage your in-house business data and systems. Nintex Live, www.nintex.com/live an online catalog of powerful cloud services you can use in your workflow designs, has also been added to Nintex Workflow v2.3. With its growing set of cloud-based actions, Nintex Live extends your workflows to Office 365 and allows you to integrate a wide selection of online services directly into your business processes.
Fortune 250 Company ABB Adopts ‘Socail Email’ to Drive Its Global Collaboration Initiative by harmon.ieBlog Posts
Fortune Global 250 power and automation technologies group ABB is currently rolling out a multi-year, global collaboration program. Designed to improve the company’s competitive advantage, customer satisfaction, and improve work efficiency, this initiative is intended to encourage and improve employee interaction and information sharing among the company’s 124,000 employees. To bring everyone on board, ABB is using harmon.ie for SharePoint to integrate people’s social and collaboration spaces into the email client, where people are accustomed to spending their workday.
At PleaseTech, we have found that cartoons can be a very good way to get a message across- simply. We develop solutions to facilitate collaborative document review and this can be a challenging subject to explain in a few words! In fact, we do receive great feedback on our cartoons and now they have now taken on a life of their own.
We’ve just launched a new cartoon website (www.documentreviewcartoons.com) which takes a humorous view on events and stories that appear in the world media- from a document review point, of course. We believe that if only the right document review tool had been used, then things may have turned out quite differently
On Sunday, I joined the ranks of a very talented and passionate field of experts as a SharePoint Server MVP, and am very grateful to Microsoft, my team at Axceler, and the many members of the community for making this all possible.
It’s the influence of amazing people like Joel Oleson, Mike Watson, Bill Baer, Todd Baginski, Ben Curry, Ivan Sanders, Susan Lennon, Michael Lotter, Eric Harlan, Becky Isserman, Jason Himmelstein, Geoff Varosky, Mark Miller, Chris McNulty, Inna Gordin, Virgil Carroll, Christina Wheeler, Chris Beckett, Owen Allen, Fabian Williams, Jeff Shuey, and so many others that make this community so vibrant and exciting, and inspire me regularly to keep going, to keep doing what I do
As my regular readers know, I’ve been traveling a lot this year. I’ve now been home for two weeks, which is more than the last two months combined. Being away from home so long, I’ve neglected the infrastructure of my home office and of the tools I use on the road.
The last time I did a “tools I use” column, I got a tremendous amount of positive feedback, so I thought I’d summarize some of the current and upcoming changes in my own technology stack, for whatever insight it may provide to readers. So we’ll look inside my home office, inside my carry-on luggage, and up to the cloud to see one combination of infrastructure that works for a seasoned road warrior.
WINDOWS HOME SERVER 2011
Axceler today announced that Seattle-based Christian Buckley, Director of Product Evangelism, received Microsoft’s prestigious Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award in the category of SharePoint Server. Microsoft announced on January 1 the quarterly recipients of the MVP Award, which recognizes exceptional technical community leaders from around the world who foster free and objective exchange of knowledge by actively sharing their real-world experience with users and Microsoft.