Posts for tag 'Sharepoint 2010'
Takeaway: When it comes to document management and collaboration, SharePoint can do just about anything you need it to—given the right infrastructure and applications. In this series of 3 articles, we offer SMBs tips for finding the right SharePoint solution for improving productivity and lowering costs.
Efficient document and team management can make or break a project. That’s why collaborative software like SharePoint has become an indispensable tool for so many organizations. SharePoint is a web-based platform that makes it easy for organizations to manage teams and projects, and allow employees to securely share and collaborate on documents, ideas and more. SharePoint’s popularity is due to the fact that unlike many other solutions, it can be highly customized. It’s also relatively affordable.
In recent articles, we looked at why SharePoint’s flexible platform tends to be a better option for organizations with big needs but limited resources. We also offered 4 tips for choosing the right version so that you can do more with your SharePoint solution.
Once you’ve nailed down those decisions, it’s time to look at whether it makes more sense to keep your SharePoint solution in-house or entrust it to the hosting experts.
Here are 4 deciding factors to consider…
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SharePoint 2010 is a collaborative business tool that makes it easier for employees to work together by being able to share information and documents. Because this information is available anytime, from any location, SharePoint can boost productivity in a very concrete way.
Public folders in Exchange are somewhat similar in that they are specifically created to allow employees to share information with each other, too. And if you create a public folder in Outlook, you can also share contacts, messages, calendar items, etc.
So what makes them different? And which one is better suited to an organization’s specific needs?
That’s a question customers frequently ask us.
Today, SherWeb’s Level 3 Tech and Trainer Yves Landry breaks it down into simple terms, comparing an Exchange 2010 public folder (PF) infrastructure and a SharePoint (SP) Foundation 2010 environment.
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Microsoft’s SharePoint Hosting 2010 enables Internet users to consolidate the number of web based tools and software applications that they utilize on a regular basis. Instead of bouncing from site to site for file sharing, calendars, blog and wiki creation, online meetings and file storage, along with a long list of other options, users who sign up for a SharePoint account will have easy one click access to everything in one location. SharePoint offers programs geared towards individuals or big corporations, ensuring that customers will get the right fit for both their needs and their budget without having to download any software. Read more »
With social networking becoming the buzzword that seems to cause investor money to leap out of their pockets and into promising enterprises, it’s no surprise that Microsoft has taken the time to do some development into social networking features in SharePoint 2010. With major players such as Google+ and Facebook in the market, SharePoint has some serious competition for the position of top social networking platform. Read more »
SharePoint 2010 Features
Microsoft SharePoint is an invaluable addition to any business environment, and is a central repository for web based applications. SharePoint is a powerful tool, but it can be daunting to first time users to understand the many things this software can accomplish. To that end, here are a few things you may not know about Microsoft SharePoint 2010. Read more »