January, 2006

  • Steve Clayton

    Applications for Windows SharePoint Services

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    Building on the success of the previous 30 application templates we launched back in August for Sharepoint, we have brought out 3 more - Discussion Database, Document Library and Team Work Site.

    They're free and similar to many of the common Lotus Notes or Exchange public folder scenarios.

  • Steve Clayton

    Microsoft earns patching praise from IT execs

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    It doesn't happen very often so I thought it was worth posting - it seems our efforts to secure our products more and more are starting to be recognised as noted by ComputerWorld. 4 years on from the Trustworthy Computing announcement by BillG and there have been radical internal changes around the secure development of products. It looks like this is now starting to be realised. When you hear a CSO say "It’s hard to point to a single vendor who is doing a better job" (Lloyd Hession, chief security officer at BT Radianz) it's a clear sign that the hard work is paying off. Still a long way to go of course on a never ending journey but it's great to hear.

  • Steve Clayton

    New Year, New Look

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    Get a load of our new UK Partner Site - lots of hard work from our webby folks makes this a refreshingly clean experience that we hope you'll like. As the BBC will tell you, first impressions count on the web

    Oh, whilst you're there don't forget to check out our Microsoft Ignite Sales Tour  

  • Steve Clayton

    MS Research Group Shot

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    The MSR boys and girls are really starting to crank out more of the cool stuff they work on. In the past we have seen things like ClearType come from MSR in to products like Windows XP but now they're getting in to releasing their own stuff.

    MSR Group Shot helps you create a perfect group photo out a series of group photos. With Group Shot you can select your favorite parts in each shot of the series and Group Shot will automatically build a composite image.

  • Steve Clayton

    what's nxt for ISV's

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    check out our new nxt site

    "NXT is a new end-to-end initiative specifically for ISVs with solutions driving over US$5 million in revenue who are ready to migrate or cross-platform to a Microsoft operating system or database. NXT can help lower your costs and reduce your time to market by getting the most from Microsoft technologies and the Microsoft Partner Program."

    it's all about building apps on the Microsoft platform and how it can make more money for Independent Software Vendors. With content for biz folks as well as tech folks, its worth a read if you're a big gun ISV!

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