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  • Blog Post: View Changes Makes In-Browser Content Localization Easier

    View Changes is a new SharePoint 2010 Variations feature that compares two versions of a source page relevant to the corresponding target page. View Changes provides a report highlighting the differences between the source version that has most recently propagated to the target and the prior source version...
  • Blog Post: Web Analytics in SharePoint 2010: Insights into Reports and Metrics

    As part of SharePoint 2010, we have created a set of features to help you collect, report, and analyze the usage and effectiveness of your SharePoint 2010 deployment.  These features are a part of the Web Analytics capabilities of SharePoint 2010. The overview of the Web Analytics features in SharePoint...
  • Blog Post: Get Ready for the SharePoint 2010 Summit @ AIIM Expo

    Over the course of the next few days, a team from Redmond will be making their way to Philadelphia.  Our goal?  To bring the SharePoint 2010 story to the East Coast of the USA through a series of educational sessions and our Customer Immersion Experience.  We’ll be delivering this content...
  • Blog Post: EDiscovery in SharePoint Server 2010

    Hi everyone, I am Quentin Christensen and I work on document and records management functionality for SharePoint. Electronic discovery (commonly referred to as eDiscovery) is an area we are supporting with new set of capabilities in SharePoint Server 2010. In case you are not familiar with eDiscovery...
  • Blog Post: Announcing the Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) specification

    Today, we're excited to announce the launch of a standards effort for Enterprise Content Management systems that Microsoft has been driving with several other major vendors (IBM, EMC, Alfresco, OpenText, SAP, Oracle) called "Content Management Interoperability Services" (or CMIS, for short). The goal...
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