SharePoint Design and Implementation
For over a decade companies have relied on SharePoint to power teamwork, to automate business processes, to create business applications and to build company-wide intranets. As a core part of Office 365, SharePoint provides content management and collaboration capabilities that are seamlessly integrated with the other applications people use every day to create and co-author documents, meet and work with their teams, brainstorm, analyze and make decisions. SharePoint is also integrated with the powerful cross-suite capabilities of Office 365, such as Office 365 Groups, the Office Graph, and governance controls for security, privacy and compliance.
SharePoint is characterized as:
- Simple and powerful file sharing and collaboration on any device.
- The mobile and intelligent intranet, with modern team sites, publishing and business applications on your desktop and in your pocket.
- An open and connected platform that evolves SharePoint extensibility to embrace modern web development.
- Investments in security, privacy and compliance across Office 365.
SharePoint provides a technology platform that supports many functions needed to run your business:
- Shared calendars
- Document management
- Content management
- Intranet backbone
- Help Desk Management
- Case Management
Collaboration – Allow teams to work together effectively by managing projects, collaborating on and publishing documents, maintaining task lists, implementing workflows, and sharing information through the use of wikis and blogs – all through a consistent user interface.
Portals – Bring the full insight and data of the organization to the right people at the right time by making it easy to connect people with line-of-business data, experts, and business processes across the organization.
Enterprise Search – Quickly and easily find people, expertise, and content in business applications.
Enterprise Content Management – Create and manage documents, records, and Web content.
Business Process and Forms – Create workflows and electronic forms to automate and streamline your business processes and reduce development costs and IT complexity.
Business Intelligence – Allow information workers to:
- easily access critical business information from disparate sources
- analyze and view data, and
- publish reports to make more informed decisions.
Social Computing – Enable users to collaborate on projects or business opportunities regardless of physical or time separation via SharePoint project portals, live communication, podcasts, and blogs.