Tuesday, May 03, 2005

Case for Share Point

Amidst many news of a much improved version of the Share Point Portal Server 2003, comes this article from Colin White. He writes in The Enterprise Portal: A Growing, but Confusing, Marketplace that "Support in application platform products from vendors such as BEA, IBM, Oracle, Sun, etc., for portal technology in addition to business process management (BPM) and application integration has led to many of them being used for building these process-centric portals."

He further adds "dominance of Microsoft Office and Outlook, coupled with the increasing use of Windows SharePoint Services, will force organizations to use the Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server for managing this environment."

Everybody knows that until now Microsoft has not really started thinking of penetrating the enterprise portal market. This might be the time they are starting to turn the clock. With infrastructure and clientele on their side they can really break this market apart. According to some research, Share Point Portal Server is now the first choice in portal implementations.

No doubt I would be watching this growing trend. And at the same time would be looking at the new version that Microsoft has offered for Sharepoint.

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