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Sharepoint 2007 in a higher education setting?

  Asked By: Ganesh    Date: Apr 24    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 854

I am wondering if any of the users on this group are looking into
implementing Sharepoint 2007 in a higher education setting.

Do you think Sharepoint 2007 is a good fit for a higher education
setting? I am currently looking into the possibility of using
Sharepoint '07 for an entire college website, including the intranet,
portal, and public-facing website.

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Answer #1    Answered By: Bhumi Gokhale     Answered On: Apr 24

This is definitely a good solution for higher education. MOSS 2007 added
feature unique to exposing site to external user

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Davon Henson     Answered On: Apr 24

SharePoint 2007 is a much better solution and as much more flexibility then it’s
predecessor SharePoint Portal 2003.
The fact that wiki is now an integral part of SharePoint not to mention blogs
for students to post article and to have other students respond to their
concerns and alerts to let them know someone has made a response not to mention
RSS feeds that are a big thing with blogs tells me you are making the right
decision.
I have implemented SharePoint 2007 for a client in an Amgen Tour of California
for the sponsors and their administration. They find it quite the place for
collaboration and stops them from sending tons of email to get their information
to other concerned parties in their organization.
I too say yes it is a good move on your part…!

 
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