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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 SharePoint?
  1. It’s free!
     SharePoint Foundation 2010 is more powerful than any other web services platform and is a royalty free add on to the Windows Server Foundation.

  2. Interoperability
    By creating a web-based portal with SharePoint, your organization can centralize all assets, information, knowledge and processes through a single platform. Reduce support and training costs by having a single gateway for all organizational information and create a citizenry of process owners.

  3. The software life-cycle is dead
    SharePoint products and technologies employ the power and maturity of the web 2.0 revolution. Your organization can spend resources for a software vendor to home-grow a solution, or leverage the SharePoint object model to configure existing solutions to directly support your business processes via the web-services life-cycle.

  4. Multiple Scenario Support
    SharePoint technologies are the most extensible, scalable, robust and powerful tool to orchestrate business processes on the market.
    Click here for a list of scenarios that SharePoint can support.

  5. Workflows
    SharePoint 2010 employs .NET 3.0 (aka the Windows Workflow Foundation) to provide a workflow engine to create fast, powerful, and process driven workflows on any SharePoint site.
    Click here to learn more about how workflows can help your organization.

  6. Low Provisioning Cost
    Chances are your organization already has existing infrastructure such as a SQL server or domain that SharePoint technologies can piggyback onto.

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