SharePoint Q & A With Worldwide Community Experts

January 6, 2012

The FUMSI Forum picked up the SharePoint StackExchange, a Q & A site directed at SharePoint users and enthusiasts.

The discussion pointed out:

One of a network of user-driven Q&A sites, the SharePoint edition of the StackExchange help forum allows you to ask, answer and search for previous questions about customising your implementation of the software.

The StackExchange serves as an innovative message board, allowing SharePoint users to discuss common pains and solutions alike.  With a broad and highly customizable enterprise infrastructure like SharePoint, attention to detail is likely to come from other users instead of from Microsoft.

This is a collaboratively edited question and answer site for SharePoint enthusiasts. It’s 100% free, no registration required.

While message board and forums like this are a lifeline for SharePoint users, we think third party solutions might offer an opportunity to avoid some of the pitfalls of SharePoint in the first place.  Fabasoft Mindbreeze offers an enterprise implementation that either stands alone or supports an existing SharePoint infrastructure.

Fabasoft Mindbreeze Enterprise finds every scrap of information within a very short time, whether document, contract, note, e-mail or calendar entry, in intranet or internet, person- or text-related. The software solution finds all required information, regardless of source, for its users. Get a comprehensive overview of corporate knowledge in seconds without redundancy or loss of data.  But an all-inclusive search is not everything. Creating relevant knowledge means processing data in a comprehensible form and utilizing relations between information objects. Data is sorted according to type and relevance.

Fabasoft Mindbreeze is widely touted for its intuitive solution, one that keeps the user from worrying about customization.  Updates are seamlessly and automatically rolled out on a regular basis.  So while SharePoint is fast becoming an essential tool for organizations, we think a third party solution is just as essential for ensuring that SharePoint users get the efficiency and relevancy they are seeking.

Emily Rae Aldridge, January 6, 2012

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2 Responses to “SharePoint Q & A With Worldwide Community Experts”

  1. Matt on January 6th, 2012 1:50 am

    Is there any way to subscribe to subsets of posts here? I’m sure Mindbreeze is great but I think I’ve heard enough about it now.


  2. Stephen E. Arnold on January 10th, 2012 6:25 am


    The blog is free. We assign categories to stories. My thought is to consider skipping stories in which you are not interested. The other approach is to unsubscribe to the Web log. I think you are making assumptions about what Beyond Search is. You may want to read the About section to get a sense of what we are doing. Another source of information is You will learn that we are providing a reference service designed for machine-assisted content processing. We are not really writing to humans. That is the job the New York Times and millions of blogs do better than we.

    Stephen E Arnold, January 10, 2012

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