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Syrinx Consulting Launches New SharePoint Blog to Discuss Best Practices for Using Microsoft SharePoint Server 2007

Syrinx Consulting Launches New SharePoint Blog to Discuss Best Practices for Using Microsoft SharePoint Server 2007

WALTHAM, MA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 12/17/07 -- Syrinx Consulting Corporation, a software development and consulting firm with expertise in Microsoft .NET and SharePoint 2007 technologies, today announced the debut of a blog dedicated to the discussion of applications and best practices for Microsoft Office SharePoint 2007. The blog is written by several members of the Syrinx Microsoft Gold-Certified SharePoint development team.

What: Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 is an integrated suite of server capabilities that help improve organizational effectiveness by providing comprehensive content management and enterprise search, accelerating shared business processes, and facilitating information-sharing across boundaries for better business insight. Syrinx has already completed SharePoint 2007 projects for a number of clients in New England.

Where: The Syrinx Consulting SharePoint Blog can be found at http://blogs.syrinx.com/blogs/sharepoint/. Recent topics, since the blog launched in November, include:

-- Popular migration paths

-- Web Parts and Portals

-- Best Practices for Collaborative Portals

-- DevConnections - Customized Site Template and Definition Migration

"Until recently, many companies viewed SharePoint as a simple document collaboration tool and didn't realize the significant improvements this application has added over the years. Microsoft SharePoint Server 2007 is a powerful software development tool that meets a growing need for businesses in financial services, healthcare, life sciences, and other sectors, to quickly and easily deploy integrated intranet, extranet, and Web applications across an enterprise. This blog will help companies and developers to realize the full potential of this application," commented Andrew Gelina, CEO, Syrinx Consulting.

About Syrinx Consulting

Syrinx is a software development and consulting firm that brings a deep understanding of Microsoft technologies including .NET and SharePoint 2007 to organizations that are dependent on technology for competitive advantage. As a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, the company has developed solutions within the financial services, Internet, call center, real estate, publishing, health care, and biosciences industries. Founded in 1998, Syrinx is based in Waltham, Mass. and has been recognized on the Boston Business Journal's List of "Areas Largest IT Consulting Firms" and the "Inc. 500" list for 2007. For more information, visit www.syrinx.com or call (888) 5-SYRINX.

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