Microsoft SharePoint Bible: Your Complete Guide

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SharePoint 2010: The Next Generation

Ten Things You Need to Know About SharePoint Server 2010

Microsoft's SharePoint Server is one of those wildly popular products that defies categorization. It's not easy to pin down because SharePoint focuses on six diverse areas: collaboration, portal, search, enterprise content management, business process management and business intelligence.

SharePoint 2010: Five New and Improved Features

You may not need all the features SharePoint 2010 has to offer, but advances in areas such as social media, offline access and better CRM and ERP integration make it worth a look. Here's a rundown of what's new and/or improved.

First Look: Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Beta

This major upgrade to Microsoft's Web site, intranet, and collaboration platform offers wealth of improvements for end-users, IT professionals, and developers.

SharePoint 2010: A Guide to the Many Versions

In true Microsoft fashion, Redmond will have a whole bunch of versions of SharePoint 2010. Eight so far have been revealed. Here's a breakdown of what each version will include.

Enterprise Adoption

Microsoft SharePoint: Enterprises Get Boost by Integrating Social Tools

More enterprises are seeing the benefits of layering social networking tools into SharePoint. How can you customize SharePoint and make it more social? Two large organizations share tales from the trenches.

Microsoft SharePoint: Three Tips for Making It Behave

Microsoft Sharepoint 2010 debuts in a few months -- but many enterprises still haven't made the most of their current SharePoint implementations. Consider this advice to get a grip on this complex software and the forthcoming upgrade.

How to Build a Business Case For SharePoint

A business case for SharePoint should clearly articulate the hard ROI, soft ROI, and the risks that the system will mitigate.

SharePoint 2010 Overkill for Some, Forrester Says

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