Author: Lamont

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Google Apps vs. Office 365: your choice, but don’t be misinformed… (Part 3)

This is the third installment of a multi-part blog series (read Part 1 and Part 2 and Part 4 and Part 5) where I review an article entitled “Google Apps vs. Office 365: your choice” where I provide a different perspective in this ongoing battle for dominance in the cloud between Google and Microsoft. Now,  let’s cover the area of mobility features for the respective cloud offerings from Google and Microsoft and dive a bit...

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Google Apps vs. Office 365: your choice, but don’t be misinformed… (Part 2)

This is second installment of a multi-part blog series (read Part 1 and Part 3 and Part 4 and Part 5) where I review an article entitled “Google Apps vs. Office 365: your choice” where I provide a different perspective in this ongoing battle for dominance in the cloud between Google and Microsoft. So, let’s cover the area of technology platform for the respective cloud offerings from Google and Microsoft and dive a bit deeper...

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Google Apps vs. Office 365: your choice, but don’t be misinformed… (Part 1)

This is first installment of a multi-part blog series (read Part 2 and Part 3 and Part 4 and Part 5) where I review an article entitled “Google Apps vs. Office 365: your choice” where I provide a different perspective in this ongoing battle for dominance in the cloud between Google and Microsoft. We all live in a world of choice. The power of choice is a freedom that we hold dear. But with that power,...

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My “Big” Announcement

It was recently brought to my attention that I didn’t really make the big announcement (or “big” from my perspective 🙂  A little over a year ago, I posted about a project I worked on to redeploy a highly visible governent website built on top of SharePoint Products & Technologies and hosted on the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) platform.  This project served as a showcase for how you can deploy a massively scalable SharePoint architecture leveraging cloud...

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My thoughts on the question of whether Microsoft SharePoint can support Social Networking

I was recently asked to comment on a blog post written by independent blogger, Ken Graetz, who is the eLearning Officer and Director of the Winona State University in MN, who pointed out some key distinctions between SharePoint Produdcts & Technologies and the popular social networking platform, Ning.  In Mr. Graetz post, he calls out the following distinctions between Ning and SharePoint: Ning sites offer many more social networking than SharePoint sites. In other words,...

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