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Microsoft SharePoint

Share and manage content, knowledge, and applications to empower teamwork, quickly find information, and seamlessly collaborate across the organization.

Microsoft SharePoint

SharePoint is a web-based collaborative platform that integrates with Microsoft Office. Launched in 2001, SharePoint is primarily sold as a document management and storage system, but the product is highly configurable and usage varies substantially between organizations. 

Microsoft SharePoint has often been defined as the ‘Swiss Army Knife’ of collaboration software suits. With over 100 million users worldwide and an average of 20,000 new users each day, SharePoint is used by over 78% of Fortune 500 companies. 

Functionality & Benefits

The SharePoint platform includes SharePoint Designer, SharePoint Foundation, SharePoint Online, SharePoint Server & SharePoint Workspace; below are the top 10 benefits.

  • Provide a Simple, Familiar & Consistent User Experience
  • Simplify Everyday Business Activities
  • Help Meet Regulatory Requirements
  • Effectively Manage and Repurpose Content
  • Simplify Access to Business Data
  • Connect Employees with Information and Expertise
  • Accelerate Shared Business Processes
  • Share without Divulging Sensitive Information
  • Enable Employees to make Better-informed Decisions
  • Provide a Single, Integrated Platform

Microsoft SharePoint Features

SharePoint’s basic search feature allows users to enter and execute a search query against indexed data in a SharePoint Server Farm.

SharePoint Libraries provide a host of features to easily store, modify, group, filter, and capture essential data or “meta-data” about the content stored in a given library.

The Project Site template includes several components that facilitate and support work management.

SharePoint provides two primary ways to manage information: libraries and lists. Lists are like spreadsheets in the way that they consist of rows and columns.

A workflow is a set of tasks and decision points that lead to one or more outcomes. Think of them as an automated flowchart-like application that controls execution of standard business processes.

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