SharePoint is most often associated with storing and managing documents and other assets, images and more. It provides integrated version history tracking, collaborative live editing, and search capabilities. But SharePoint can do so much more. SharePoint Server 2013 includes a whole range of improvements and new features. Some of the most interesting are:
Drag and drop
Simplified document sharing
SharePoint Online delivers all of the powerful features of SharePoint, but without the headache and cost of managing your own infrastructure. SharePoint can be deployed in the cloud as a standalone offering or as part of Office 365. This offers you seamless integration and access to Exchange, Skype for Business, all of the Office applications and a number of web applications. Mobile apps will allow you to access SharePoint’s newsfeed and storage wherever you are, across mobile devices.
SharePoint is ideal for business. You can quickly and easily manage capabilities, policies, and security for all of the content and features. And with Microsoft looking after the maintenance, you are always up-to-date with the latest features with little or no downtime.
Having all of your business data hosted in local data centres provides you with complete reliability, around the clock monitoring and world class disaster recovery capabilities.
Whether you want to incorporate social as part of your business strategy, empower an increasingly mobile workforce or provide them with tight integration through Outlook, SharePoint is the productivity platform that you need.