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By Mike Alsup Oct 15 2015 This post summarizes several market developments in the SharePoint, Office 365, and ECM ecosystems over the last quarter from the perspective of a conference itinerant and observer of all things ECM and RM, especially from a SharePoint perspective. I was fortunate to attend a variety of events recently, including the ARMA Conference, ILTA and InfoGovCon. Finally, I summarize events of the quarter into a few big themes.
By Mike Alsup Jul 27 2015
By Mike Alsup Jun 07 2015 This post summarizes several announcements and developments from recent Microsoft events, especially Ignite in May in Chicago and how they impact ECM. Let’s start with several overall observations on the Microsoft vision for ECM:
By Mike Alsup Mar 31 2015 Today is the last day of the first quarter of 2015. Here is what I saw in the ECM market this quarter:
By John Bellegarde Mar 26 2015
By Mike Alsup Jan 05 2015 Here is what I think is happening in SharePoint, Office 365, ECM, WCM and the kitchen sink as 2014 ends and 2015 begins:
By Mike Alsup Nov 03 2014 This is my Trip Report from the 2014 ARMA International Conference that took place in San Diego last week. I confess that I explore many of these events from a SharePoint and Office 365 perspective so there are many aspects of the event that I missed. I also focused on the exhibit floor and the vendors rather than the sessions.
By Mike Alsup Aug 19 2014
By Mike Alsup Jul 20 2014 I attended the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Washington, DC last week. It was a high-energy forum with 20,000 attendees from around the world. Intel announced much better PC numbers early in the event, and Microsoft’s announcement that it was terminating 18,000 Microsoft employees was held until the last day of the conference, so it didn’t figure into discussions. I attended Jared Spataro’s session. Jared is the new Vice President of Microsoft Office and comes from Open Text, so he understands the history of ECM and SharePoint exceptionally well. He described the evolution of Office in three phases.