Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is one of those technologies that
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Context around documents and folders
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Enable constant communication with all staff
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Frequently Asked Questions
SharePoint is a web-based collaborative platform that integrates with Microsoft Office. Launched in 2001, SharePoint is primarily sold as a document management and storage system, but the product is highly configurable and usage varies substantially among organizations.
Create a list on a SharePoint Online or SharePoint Server 2019 site
1.Select Settings and then Site contents.
2.Select + New, and then List.
3.Enter a Name for the list, and optionally, a Description.
The name appears at the top of the list and can show in site navigation to help others find it.
5.When your list opens, you can click + or + Add column to add room for more types of information to the list.
Create a list in SharePoint Server 2016 or SharePoint Server 2013
1.Click Settings and then click Add an app.
2.Type the type of list template you want (custom, task, calendar, etc.) into the search box, and click Search
3.Click the List template app you want use
4.Type in a Name (required)-The name appears at the top of the list in most views, becomes part of the web address for the list page, and appears in site navigation to help users find the list. You can change the name of a list, but the web address will remain the same.
SharePoint foundation is FREE, however, you need to buy OS . (Without no OS, there is no SharePoint)
SharePoint Online which is part of Office 365 suit, can be bought as license per user, So, it not free
SharePoint Server needs to be bought.
SharePoint supports several web browsers that are most commonly used like the Internet explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Safari. However, some browsers may cause some functionality to be limited or available only through some alternative steps. At times, some of the functionalities may not be available for noncritical administrative tasks.
Yes, this is possible. You can set up permission levels for each user or even set specific permissions for a particular file or directory allowing you to add security at various levels. Certain rules can also be set where the user has to check out documents in order if they want to edit. You can also maintain the versions of the document that you want to keep.
The main different between Office 365 and an on-premise version of Microsoft Office is that you rent Office 365 but buy the on‑premise version. Office 365 is provided as software‑as‑a‑service and does not involve a heavy up‑front investment. With Office 365 you pay a monthly or annual subscription fee that entitles you to automatic version upgrades and Office on Demand services.
So what are our top reasons to move to Office 365?
1. No longer invest in IT hardware or software with continuous release cycles and automatic upgrades
2. Have access to automatic backups and geo-replicated disaster recovery.
3.Instantly mobilise your workforce with Skype for business and offline sync for office applications.
And use the latest Microsoft software and never have to do an upgrade or migration project again!
4.If your preference is to own your own software, or if you're not sure you can maintain an Office 365 subscription for the long term, the on‑premise version may be your best option. However this means that when Microsoft upgrades its Office software you won't have the latest version.
5.If you're sure you can maintain Microsoft's Office 365 subscription the case for going with this version is very compelling.