SharePoint is a web application framework and platform developed by Microsoft. Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) is the full version of a portal-based platform for collaboratively creating, managing and sharing documents and Web services. MOSS enables users to create “Sharepoint Portals” that include shared workspaces, applications, blogs, wikis and other documents accessible through a Web browser.
Microsoft SharePoint is a browser-based collaboration and document management platform from Microsoft used by many enterprises as a content management system (CMS). Partially as a result of the tight integration with Microsoft productivity applications included in Office, such as Word, many administrators have found MOSS useful in organizing and aggregating an enterprise’s data into Web-based portal with defined taxonomies that structure the information. MOSS includes additional features as an inducement for system administrators to upgrade from WSS, including knowledge management, organization of business processes and enterprise search.
Some of the MOSS services we provide:
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- Information management: SharePoint sites are great for storing information such as event calendars, contacts, Web links, discussions, issues lists, and announcements.
- Customization: As a web application framework it provides an additional layer of services and codebase to greatly reduce the amount of custom development required to provide a working application.
- Enterprise content and document management: Used to store and track electronic documents or images of paper documents.
- Collaboration: By creating collaborative workspace sites to share and manage their team information. Threaded discussions, surveys, shared calendars, task lists and other collaboration features help keep you and your team mates connected and productive.
- Web-based configuration: To manipulate content in lists and libraries, pages and sites as well as manage user permissions, and view document/page version histories.
- Intranet portals: A SharePoint intranet or intranet portal is a way to centralize access to enterprise information and applications on a corporate network.
- Extranet portal: Used to provide password-protected, web-facing access to people outside an organization.
- Internet sites: Using the ‘Publishing’ features, SharePoint can be used to manage larger public websites.
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