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Network Manager at a manufacturing company with 500-5000 employees
Pros: Remote desktop services are similar to terminal based settings where multiple terminals connect to a server. A user has the ability to run programs, view files, etc. Each session is independent and secure. All application execution takes place on the server. Allows for IT staff to insta… more »
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WissamAyadiNice review! I just wanted to mention that I love deploying remote desktop sol… more »
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Infrastructure Expert at a tech services company with 1-500 employees
Nov 18 2013
Pros: - The client is included with every version of Windows shipped, is available for iOS and Mac as well. - The client is incredibly versatile, and allows for use of a server/computer like you are sitting in front of it. Cons: - The server is only active on certain versions of Windows. - B… more »
Ben Tedder
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Owner at a tech services company with 1-500 employees
For a few years now I’ve been pushing myself to see what is possible with SharePoint 2010. Some of these things are small, out-of-the-box (OOTB) solutions: creating custom search scopes, customizing table styles, and messing with itemstyle.xsl. But more often than not, the solutions I like to cre… more »
Marwan Tarek
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Manager of Data Analytics at a tech consulting company with 1-500 employees
The problem with SharePoint social is all or nothing. Some organizations doesn’t want to enable the personal sites but keep newsfeeds and follow! Also SharePoint social doesn’t have any alerting features. So when someone mentions you don’t receive any email and you have to check the news feed. … more »
Kathy Bryce
Consultant at a tech consulting company with 1-500 employees
Inmagic recently blogged about the limitations of using SharePoint for library applications, and this prompted me to write this post sharing my recent experiences setting up a SharePoint site for a library catalogue. We have been working with a client to create a SharePoint 2010 site for a new… more »
Data Expert at a tech vendor with 1-500 employees
Recently, we have been gradually exposed to SharePoint 2013. I mean sure, you might have been one of the 10,000 attendees at the Conference in Vegas but have you taken the time to sit down and analyze what a migration to SharePoint 2013 would mean for you? Previously, I have covered in a SharePoin… more »
Jay Callicott
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Developer at a tech services company with 1-500 employees
If you were expecting me to have a real change of heart since my last review 4 years ago, you are probably going to be disappointed. This is the least favorite option of the 3 products I am reviewing in this roundup. I will do my best to explain why. 1. Cost The great news is that now with … more »
Chris Johnson
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General Manager at a software R&D company with 1-500 employees
(I think I am getting better at outrageous headlines to drag you in to read the post! … please don’t leave) I recently read Jeremy’s post about picking SharePoint social over Yammer “for right now” and wanted to weigh in on why I think they are not making the call I would have.  It’s al… more »
Ian Hopkinson
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Data Expert at a tech company with 1-500 employees
Sharepoint is Microsoft’s document sharing and collaboration tool. It allows you to share and manage documents, and to build websites – so it’s a content management system too. In my previous role I was strapped to the mast of Sharepoint: we needed to share files across the world, previously we u… more »
J.D. Wade
Consultant at a tech consulting company with 1-500 employees
Today I had a conversation with a client who is investigating using an IM/UC vendor other than Microsoft. They let me know that the vendor said they integrate with SharePoint just like Lync because “they show presence information on SharePoint sites.” So my response was “Oh really?” Then I procee… more »