Version control is a critical feature for any enterprise-scale document collaboration platform. In SharePoint, the versioning feature automatically saves every version of a document. This allows multiple people to make changes to a document without the fear of overwriting a previous version. If necessary, you can always revert to a previous document versions. Keep reading >>
Where once someone who disagreed with your business practice might picket outside your office – now they just take down your website. Where criminals used to pickpocket strangers in crowded public places – now they harvest credit card information from retailers who fail to protect your sensitive information.
In the last couple years, some major cyber-attacks have taken place in the U.S. alone. Keep reading >>
SharePoint is great for intranets, but don’t forget that it can manage your extranet as well. The SharePoint platform is famous for internal collaboration and content management, but it also a great content management platform for public facing websites.
For those using SharePoint only for internal purposes at this time, it may be difficult to envision using it as the public face of your company. However, the power SharePoint goes much further than excellent internal support; it also is behind the creation of many beautiful public facing websites of top companies. Keep reading >>
Microsoft recently held its Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) in Orlando which serves the Microsoft community as a way to educate, network and build solutions with fellow partners. This year, Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella’s keynote made it clear – this is a “mobile-first, cloud-first world.” You can see the whole keynote speech below: