What You Need To Know About Sharepoint 2010

Microsoft's business collaboration platform, SharePoint, is very popular, and its use is rapidly growing, but many potential users are still unclear as to what it can do, how it is different from the free SharePoint Foundation, and what the advantages to using it are.

For those who do not already know about it, SharePoint may be used as a content management system for an internal or external website, but it can also be used as a document management system, a business search portal, and many other ways. It runs on ASP.NET using the IIS web server, and stores its data within an SQL Server database.

Microsoft's business collaboration platform, SharePoint, is very popular, and its use is rapidly growing, but many potential users are still unclear as to what it can do, how it is different from the free SharePoint Foundation, and what the advantages to using it are.

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