OK, it’s a bit of an “old” post (jan 06), but it provides a very good headsup, as does the blog in general. (Office 12 has officially become Microsoft Office 2007 😉 ) ..
SharePoint Products and Technologies have become a key part of our strategy for delivering a complete working environment for information workers, where they can collaborate together, share information with others, and find information and people that can help them solve their business problems. PJ Hough created a blog on Windows SharePoint Services (http://blogs.msdn.com/pjhough/default.aspx), and Gerhard Schobbe has spoken about web content management and SharePoint (https://blogs.msdn.com/wcm/default.aspx) , but in talking with the team, we thought it’d be a good idea to create a broad SharePoint blog, where we can talk about topics across the SharePoint family, details on the next versions we will release later this year with Office 12 and Windows Server, insights into our decisions/process, and what we are learning from seeing customers and partners use SharePoint to help them be more effective. That’s the purpose of this blog….
Continue at source : Microsoft SharePoint Team Blog
While browsing I ran into another nice post with a slidedeck outlining more about the role of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2007 in ECM (Enterprise Content Management) :
Tom RIzzo’s SharePoint Blog : ECM Slides from SharePoint Connections: SharePoint Connections Conference Slides thomriz ECM.zip