Microsoft SharePoint is designed to be collaborative and hosted online, either on the Internet or on an intranet. In either scenario, the universal factor is the server. It is designed to function on server hardware and a server-class operating system … Read More
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One of the great things about Microsoft SharePoint is the flexibility and customizability of the platform. As a SharePoint consulting partner, we get to see many of the different and fun ways people are using SharePoint to streamline business processes … Read More
Microsoft SharePoint, also known as Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies or simply SharePoint, is a software platform developed by Microsoft for collaboration and web publishing combined under a single server. These capabilities include developing web sites, portals… Read More
A web part is an autonomous piece of SharePoint functionality such as a calendar, document library, and list of information. It can be put into certain places in a web page by end users, after being developed by a SharePoint … Read More
Microsoft’s SharePoint Deployment Planning Services (SDPS) is a Software Assurance benefit designed to help organizations plan effective deployments which optimize the core capabilities of SharePoint. I’ve found that 9 times out of 10 SharePoint projects fail because of poor … Read More
There are quite a few people that I talk to that think SharePoint is only for document management; that is only a part of it.
Yes, as a document management tool, it can:
- Migrate, organize and collaborate on documents throughout
In a previous article on Windows Exchange, we looked at the evolution of Windows Exchange from an e-mail client to a powerful Exchange Server 2010 with unified communication services. We concluded with the remark that certain steps can help reduce … Read More