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What is Sharepoint from a Users Perspective?

  Shared By: Tarang Nayak    Date: Mar 12    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 1092


From a Users perspective Sharepoint is a way of making documents and folders on the Windows platform accessible over the web. The user visits the Sharepoint Portal web page, and from there they can add documents, change documents & delete documents. Through this Portal, these documents are now available for discussion, collaboration, versioning and being managed through a workflow. Hence the name "Share-Point". Details about the document can be saved too, such as: who wrote it, when, for whom, its size, and version, category or target audience. These can then be used to find the document through Sharepoint's Search facility. Even documents not "in" Sharepoint can be included in the search engine's index so they become part of the portal. All in all, it's a great way to get stuff up on the web for users with average technical skills, and for administrators to manage the content.


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