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New to collaborating with virtual work spaces? You're not alone and this simple 3 minute video gives an excellent overview of how employees can collaborate more efficiently given access to collaborate on a web portal rather than on their inbox. 

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As many of you upgrade your organization's SharePoint implementation to SharePoint 2010, you're finding that the site bugs are coming out of the woodwork. Here are the breakages you'll want to know about in advance to

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Upgrading to SharePoint 2010? Learn about the new Visual Upgrade feature, how to turn it on and caveats to know about before doing so.

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As a SharePoint developer and trainer, I'm always asked by my enterprise customers why all the free CMS technologies (DNN, Drupal, Joomla, etc.) have a spectacular WYSIWYG editor, but those paying the piper for the privilege to use SharePoint technologies are punished to use the pitiful Shar...

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Welcome to the SharePoint 2009 conference in Las Vegas Nevada. With over 7,000 attendees at this event making it one of the largest around the SharePoint arena. In this video Blog, Portalogiks Inc. will showcase some of our favorite vendors, solutions and products in the conference. With over 100...

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Why Choose Portalogiks?

Because installing SharePoint alone does not create collaboration. Technology only accounts for 25% of a successful collaboration model and a SharePoint Portal is only as strong as the mandate and focus of its design and adoption. Ultimately a successful collaboration initiative is more reliant upon promoting change to produce efficiency within an organization than technology. In this role Portalogiks assists organizations by:

  1. Aligning goals and resources with outcomes, not technology
  2. Implementing portals that directly support the business culture of your organization
  3. Clearly defining enforceable business rules and trust boundaries for the organization's portal
  4. Establishing ranges of inclusivity, exclusivity, and line-of-business applications within portal taxonomies
  5. Creating succession planning initiatives that define the premise and sustainability of the portal
  6. Engineering and documenting processes that manifest within the SharePoint portal
  7. Deploying the solution in a phased method that fosters adoption and user acceptance

The result, high-impact SharePoint solutions that are self-sustaining, citizen driven, and support the present and unknown future needs of your organization.

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