Activity streams such as lists, comments, and "likes" provide content on social networks. Inside the law firm, the email activity stream reigns supreme, but managing its content can be a chal
Mark Gerow, director of applications and business processes at Fenwick & West, describes a method for presenting temporal data from disparate sources such as SharePoint, SQL Server, XML, web services
Consultant Ed Mikuszewski, of Kraft & Kennedy, takes an early look at Windows Server 8 Beta, and believes that pre-release features and improvements bode well for the final version
Microsoft SharePoint has many excellent features and functions for law firms, but providing attractive URLs is not one of them. Mark Gerow, of Fenwick & West, shows how to make SharePoint URLs turn h
Microsoft SharePoint, out of the box, is surprisingly deficient in its ability to graphically represent the data contained in its libraries and lists, says Mark Gerow, director of applications and bu
...an internet connection through the firm's firewall to an externally facing IIS server. The use of HTTPS for a secure connection is also recommended...
Fenwick & West wanted to display secure intranet content onto its extranet without requiring users to open another browser window or navigate away from the extranet. Fenwick's application development
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A controversy has been brewing in law firms as more documents find their way into Microsoft SharePoint's SQL Server: Is SharePoint a viable replacement for a DMS? Mark Gerow, of Fenwick & West, discu
...I installed Microsoft's IIS (Internet Information Services) with the companion FTP Service. The...
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