With a history going back to 2001, SharePoint is now a core part of Microsoft’s Office platform, and underpins many of Microsoft’s other solutions, including the Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM …
With a history going back to 2001, SharePoint is now a core part of Microsoft’s Office platform, and underpins many of Microsoft’s other solutions, including the Microsoft Dynamics ERP and CRM offerings. Microsoft SharePoint 2013 is the latest iteration of Microsoft’s enterprise content and web management solution, due for release in late 2012.
SharePoint 2013 is an eagerly awaited new release, building on the solid SharePoint 2010 in a number of key areas, including social, mobility and analytics. In anticipation of this release, Intergen published several posts on its blog, highlighting several new capabilities, while also looking at the impact of SharePoint 2013 from a range of perspectives, including the end user, the developer and consultants.
Published between June and September 2012, these posts were written by our experts in these areas, looking at what’s changed and what’s stayed the same, both of which are equally important to organisations invested in SharePoint and the solutions that rely on it. This information has come from a variety of sources, including mainstream Microsoft and media, the wider SharePoint community and,
most importantly, through hands-on experience with SharePoint 2013 on actual customer engagements.
This ebook is a compilation of these posts, bringing the six posts together in a single place so that anyone interested in SharePoint 2013 can quickly get an independent analysis of the latest offering and understand what this platform has to offer.