Thursday, November 20, 2008

Implementing third-party SharePoint components

November 20, 2008 Published by

Systems Channel Advisor
Customizing SharePoint with third-party applications and Web Parts
Natalya Voskrensenskaya, Contributor

As a powerful tool with document management capabilities and workflows that automate manual processes, Windows SharePoint Services has become the platform that many companies turn to as a solution for changing business needs. SharePoint also provides a foundation for building Web-based business applications that can easily scale to meet business growth. As a result, there are a plethora of third-party suppliers of custom SharePoint products.
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Surprise? New online Microsoft Store features direct sales only
Computer retail has really taken it on the chin this time. Microsoft's latest e-tail effort, the new Microsoft Store, offers the company's products direct to customers. Previous incarnations of Microsoft's online store gave shoppers a range of fulfillment options to fulfill their orders.
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Microsoft Online Services expand with Exchange, SharePoint Online
Microsoft made Exchange Online and SharePoint Online -- the company's newest hosted software offerings -- available this week.
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Obama finds it's not easy being tech savvy
In this blog entry, Colin Steele calls on the Obama camp to figure out a way to get the incoming president on email.
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