Microsoft SharePoint Software


 

Microsoft SharePoint 2013 helps organization collect and analyze key business data in order to gain an accurate and actionable view of business operations. The software supports both on-premises as well as web-based deployment architecture. The solution can also be combined with existing business management software such as Dynamics CRM, Dynamics ERP and Microsoft Office to provide an intuitive end-user experience.

The solution enables users across organizations to monitor and analyze critical business data from desktops, smartphones or any Internet-enabled device. Using Microsoft SharePoint, users from across the company can collaborate effectively by setting up websites for sharing information. In addition to creating websites, SharePoint also allows users to manage documents through their entire lifecycle as well as publishes collaborative reports. With its interactive dashboards and scorecards, users within the organization can quickly view and address specific needs of a department or the company as a whole.

Microsoft SharePoint 2013 is suitable for companies looking for a business intelligence solutions that increases collaboration while providing actionable business insights.

 

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Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows 8

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Pam from Piedmont Arts
Specialty: Non-Profit
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

January 2018

January 2018

Access WebApps is so great

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Can you keep Access WebApps, please?

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Love having Access WebApps available but it's going away in April 2018!!!! So bad for us. For a small nonprofit this has worked so well for our team.

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Garrett from All Covered
Specialty: Telecommunications
Number of employees: 1,001-5,000 employees Employees number: 1,001-5,000 employees

January 2018

January 2018

Instrumental to our business

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This is the single most important service that we use on a day to day basis. Collaboration across offices and sharing of this information is easy and painless.

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Great document repository which is easy to access and share. The ability to reference earlier versions of a document makes making changes easy.

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None other than the initial setup and implementation. Many of the Con's could be eliminated by making easy changes in folder structure but does take some time and effort.

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Varun from Adaptrum
Specialty: Software / Technology
Number of employees: 11-50 employees Employees number: 11-50 employees

January 2018

January 2018

Great for sharing the documents

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I would suggest that while using sharepoint make note of how the company has stored their information on it.

Pros

One can organize, arrange, and share files in a very easy way.
It is very easy to create folders for each department at our company and we can set permission rights.

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Sometimes the larger files take awhile to upload.
Require an expert to administer the SharePoint and develop libraries, sites, etc. and also requires user's training.

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Erin from AnchorCM
Specialty: Construction & Engineering
Number of employees: 11-50 employees Employees number: 11-50 employees

January 2018

January 2018

Great tool to bring teams together

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Effective tool for sharing information with people near and far. Also custizable to meet your industy needs. Easy to use.

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Building the structure takes tons of time. Be sure you are prepaired to build this from the ground up if you want to meet all your company's needs.

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Carl from Day & Zimmermann
Specialty: Energy & Utilities
Number of employees: 10,000+ employees Employees number: 10,000+ employees

January 2018

January 2018

Its decent but requires a lot of work and can be limited

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There is little training required for end users, and it allows storing documents and collaborating on them very easy. SharePoint also allows the sharing of data incredibly easy. Very versatile and adaptable.

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Depending on the security requirements of your company, some users can have very little ability to properly use SharePoint. It can also be frustrating sometimes when users do not know how to properly use the site, it can negatively affect other users. Microsoft has a habit of making major changes with updates and it can be disruptive.

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Anisah from Tenaga Nasional
Specialty: Other
Number of employees: 10,000+ employees Employees number: 10,000+ employees

January 2018

January 2018

limited functions and columns

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it has been bought by my company, most of apps in my company is based on EPM, therefore the integration should be useful

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no flexibility in terms of enhancement and customization, it is hard to add new customize functions

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Benjamin from Associated
Specialty: Travel, Transportation & Logistics
Number of employees: 201-500 employees Employees number: 201-500 employees

January 2018

January 2018

Awesome tool - It will change the way companies collaborate

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SharePoint has everything needed in collaboration software (intranet, too). The fact that it is part of Office 365 is just icing on the cake. Everything is focused around groups of people who work together, which is how work turns out naturally. Having documents, notes, and communication all in one secure place is so valuable. The ability to have a formal, feature rich intranet as well allows for easier communication across organizations. Much better way to collaborate than solely via email. One last thing--SharePoint lists are a way to have structured, editable information that can be pulled into Excel and Power BI like a database table.

Cons

It takes some "getting used to" for organizations to change their mindset. It would be nice if Microsoft had information geared directly at those who find it hard to adopt, to help with the process.

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Ashmit from Boulay PLLP
Specialty: Accounting / CPA
Number of employees: 51-200 employees Employees number: 51-200 employees

January 2018

January 2018

Great Sharing/Workflow platform for your firm

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Sharepoint is a great platform to share your content within your organization. It has become a very wide platform where you can modify your own pages and with very good security settings. The workflow works great within the SharePoint and its integration with other Microsoft products is a great plus.

Cons

I wish there was an improvement in some of the other functionalities in the SharePoint. For e.g. there are some limitations when you are editing the document via Excel online.

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Garrett from Abundant Life Church
Specialty: Non-Profit
Number of employees: 11-50 employees Employees number: 11-50 employees

December 2017

December 2017

Very robust management system with a steep and technical learning curve

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Love that the price is included in Office 365, and hope new changes are coming.

Pros

SharePoint is a great way to share files, folders, links, and other items with coworkers in a closed system along with permission levels. It allows easy organization of things we're working on with the ability to separate certain projects and have a centralized location for accessibility.

Cons

There aren't as many 'cons' as there are very specific quirks. The major con for SharePoint is the ease of updating and creating pages. This is by far the worst way possible to make changes and I hope it's fixed with newer iterations. There are many minor quirks - as in, I can't email an entire group at once easily. I also do not like that you can't upload a whole folder with files within them (similar to OneDrive issues).

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Brian from Mercy Health
Specialty: Healthcare / Social Services
Number of employees: 10,000+ employees Employees number: 10,000+ employees

December 2017

December 2017

Great tool for sharing dashboards on intranet, especially in order to give analytic power to executives and non-analysts

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The product is what it is. If it is use correctly and all of the features are put into action, it is phenomenal. If it is just used as a bland staging tool, you might as well get a GoDaddy page.

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This product gives analysts the power to share data with decision makers in a way that is intuitive and actionable. So much better than a static executive summary that comes with 100s of follow up questions

Cons

It is easy to publish data that is not perfect, so you better validate and double check before putting things out there, especially if there is a large audience...At a company of 10,000+ like mine, this can be embarrassing and can lead to big mistakes if the wrong users have the wrong level of administrative rights, or data is not thoroughly vetted.

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Chadd from Orlando VA Medical Center
Specialty: Government
Number of employees: 1,001-5,000 employees Employees number: 1,001-5,000 employees

December 2017

December 2017

Workflows are great

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Workflows are fairly easy to create and help streamline processes.
Being able to capture data thru SharePoint in a good feature.

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Getting our staff to all become comfortable in utilizing workflows is challenging. The upgrading of the versions and the rework that is associated with them slows productivity down during transition times.

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Eric from Bectran
Specialty: Software / Technology
Number of employees: 11-50 employees Employees number: 11-50 employees

December 2017

December 2017

Good Product, Depending on Your Other Systems

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I like google docs better and dropbox. Check those two out if they make business sense for your enterprise.

Pros

If your company is a Microsoft shop, you definitely have to consider using Sharepoint in your company, but if you are not you should consider other options. It has all of the key parties.

Cons

It is difficult to use with people and companies who are external to your company to share, integrate, and manage the polices of sharepoint.

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Kenatu from TPDCo
Specialty: Public Sector
Number of employees: 201-500 employees Employees number: 201-500 employees

December 2017

December 2017

It Gets the Job Done

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My company has an Intranet built on SharePoint, we have had this for years. Each year the user needs change and become more complex and we have never met a road block in evolving the code or configuration to meeting these needs. We use it to share documents to groups of users and we have integrated it with outlook, more specifically Exchange Server and other MS Office products. This platform makes it easy to do surveys, inform staff of promotional opportunities, and changes that affect them in HR. Everyone is greeted with the page upon login so that they see the updates immediately. It has become so much a part of our culture and every day lives that when its down the IT Department is notified within a minute of it being offline or if there are any issues. I highly recommend this product. With a little training you can get big value.

Pros

1. Stable
2. Scalable
3. Flexible and Customizable
4. Massive amounts of documentation and support
5. Inexpensive in comparison to platforms with similar functionality but none is as compatible with common office tools

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Jordan from HCA
Specialty: Software / Technology
Number of employees: 10,000+ employees Employees number: 10,000+ employees

December 2017

December 2017

Many troubles to setup!

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I think it is almost there... With a few tweaks this software could be amazing to use.

Pros

On the outside looking in SharePoint looks good. When completed and done correctly the sites look great. they can be easy to Navigate and use.

Cons

Making these SharePoint Sites easy to use takes a lot of work. Editing these sites can be a pain and you have to make sure that everything is just perfect or you can set off the whole site. There are many editing issues and the education to use this software is not a quick learn. There are many other programs that do what SharePoint does that takes lots less of your time to build.

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Sabrina from UC San Diego Health
Specialty: Healthcare / Social Services
Number of employees: 501-1,000 employees Employees number: 501-1,000 employees

December 2017

December 2017

I Like SharePoint

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Great organization and integration. Easy user experience and logical layout. A CMS to make everything better.

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There are bugs that pop up here and there, but what program doesn't have them? SharePoint Design takes care of everything SharePoint doesn't cover.

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Raghav from Adaptrum
Specialty: Engineering
Number of employees: 11-50 employees Employees number: 11-50 employees

December 2017

December 2017

Easy way to share things

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SharePoint is a great for collaborative software that makes it easy for employees to work together and have access to needed files from anywhere at any time.

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SharePoint makes accessing documents easy with its search function, easy sharing via links and quick sending.
You can open the file online using web apps, or open them on your local version of MC Office - its really that simple and flexible

Cons

As a low-end user, sometimes getting access to edit documents can be difficult.
It is hard to integrate sharing documents and uploading documents through my Mac.

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jain from Lawrence foods
Specialty: Manufacturing
Number of employees: 201-500 employees Employees number: 201-500 employees

December 2017

December 2017

Sharing is Carring !

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Smooth file sharing and integration with office 365 makes it a very attractive file sharing option. You can open the file online using web apps, or open them on your local version of MC Office - its really that simple and flexible. Files saved can be easily tracked using your O365 applications, and can be easily shared to other users. You can share using a link to the specific file, or you can share the whole folder. You can also restrict sharing to limited set of users using their email id, which again is super helpful

Cons

Indeed, Sharepoint is streamlined for the most recent form of windows/IE/Edge and can confront a few issues while being utilized on the more established variants of the program or windows (IE itself is somewhat of an agony which has made abundant harm Microsoft). Microsoft should settle this in time to keep itself contending with its neck to neck rivalry.

Additionally to feature is the low help for cell phones which isn't that astonishing since no one uses microsoft programs on cell phones. Or maybe a devoted sharepoint application for cell phones would be an incredible thought..

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Prabhdeep from Capgemini
Specialty: Engineering
Number of employees: 10,000+ employees Employees number: 10,000+ employees

November 2017

November 2017

SharePoint Review

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SharePoint provides a secure data repository for files, data, and communication. The ability to synchronize files to users' local machines is good when it doesn't hang. The control over security levels, permissions, and access is excellent.

Cons

Archaic limits on file names, continuous problems with synchronization, vague error messages. The reliability of synchronizing files to local machines has been terrible. There has been an improvement as OneDrive merges with SharePoint.

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Josh from PCI Strategic Management
Specialty: Software / Technology
Number of employees: 51-200 employees Employees number: 51-200 employees

November 2017

November 2017

SharePoint ....

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Can store a lot of data, and provide access (and various permissions) to a variety of folks... but, that is where the good ends...

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Always down, tons of error messages, and not very user friendly to fix. Lots of downtime or time wasted

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Tina from Diagnostic Medical Testing
Specialty: Healthcare / Social Services
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

November 2017

November 2017

Somewhat confusing at first

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get your emails anywhere, share your files anywhere, link to other accounts a long with the calendar you can share.

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it's a little confusing at first, needed to watch the tutorial on it to help me through the software.

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Lourdes from Lopez & Lopez LLC

January 2018

January 2018

I like that you can have a central area where files and updates can be shared with an overall team

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Having our data housed in a cloud based location that allows anyone on my staff to access it from anywhere is one of the single greatest advancements we have had as a company. We are also Office 365 users, so the integration between email and Sharepoint is fantastic. It's so easy to have one portal with one login that gets you to all of your data.

Pros

I like how it is a one stop shop to have a specific set of documents for your team to access. It is so much easier than emailing the team every time there is an update. This way, you can post a new version and just notify the team to go check the new update. I also like how you can have a calendar available for your team to review when due dates are for the files you are posting on the site. This helps in the team prioritizing the documents available.

Cons

My recommendation would be to play in the SharePoint application to understand what you want your site to look so. It will allow you to better understand how what options are available for a sharepoint site. This will help you setup your sharepoint site to the best of your ability and what is necessary for your project. It is also a better idea to read through a jobaid so you fully understand the different capabilities that sharepoint can offer. Oftentimes, I see other sharepoint users using a website in a different capacity that I had used for my projects and was not aware that the program was capable of doing different settings. Another recommendation would be to see how others have setup their sharepoint sites to get an idea of what you would like your page to look like and not to look like. You should also understand the overall needs of yourself and others that are using the page. Often, I find myself frustrated with the way others have setup their site and opt not to use it if I have the option. Which I am sure ends up being a waste of time for the original person that set it up if people aren't using it.

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Divya from WCB

January 2018

January 2018

Best Tool in the market for sharing documents

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Our organization published sharepoint sites which is so helpful when working on new projects and getting connected with all the project members. It helps store all the documents required for the specific project under one roof.

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At times the behavior of the sharepoint site is slow and i dont blame Microsoft as this is integrated internally.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Jean from Room & Board

January 2018

January 2018

SharePoint is great for sharing files but needs to be easier to use

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Easy to check files in and out and I like that you can put security on files so only certain associates have access to your files.

Cons

Exporting reports or data doesn't always work as we would like it to, always need to manipulate it to get it to look right.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Jessy from Educational Institution

January 2018

January 2018

I like using SharePoint to edit documents online!

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I like that more than one user can utilize and edit documents simultaneously. It is very easy to use.

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In my experience, this software can be glitchy sometimes. I am not sure if this may be due to internet speed, but it can get slow very often.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Darrell "Jeremy" from Allstacks

January 2018

January 2018

I want to like Sharepoint more than I do

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The biggest benefit of Sharepoint that I've seen is having documents in one place for multiple users to access.

Pros

It's nice to have a central repository for shared documents. This is great for ISO compliance and collaborative use.

Cons

Sharepoint isn't super user friendly. The basic features are fine but I find that as I use it I encounter things that just make me scratch my head. For a new user, you will likely have to watch a couple YouTube videos if you want to do anything advanced. I also have to log in a lot, usually multiple times before I can truly start to work on the document.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Joe from Innovah, LLC
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

January 2018

January 2018

I like Microsoft but what in the world were they thinking?

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Certainly a robust content management system. Microsoft has always been a leader in software so I don't doubt there are certain use cases that require SharePoint.

Cons

As a web application developer I've used many content management systems. Recently we had to use SharePoint and the experience was and still is the most painful of my career. Here are a few reasons:
It's expensive.
The backend is insanely complex and unintuitive.
There are comparatively few SharePoint developers, and they are expensive.
There is actually CSS code generated by SharePoint that breaks IE11. No other browser, just IE11.

Sorry guys, you missed the mark on this one!

Review Source: Capterra
 

Ashley from Florida State University

January 2018

January 2018

I use SharePoint at our university to share files with multiple departments.

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I mainly use SharePoint for it's calendar feature, which is awesome! We have a shared conference room in our building and SharePoint allows us to maximize the use of the space by having a shared calendar that can be viewed and edited by all users. What's even better, I can see who creates each reservation and when it was created. No more hunting down someone based on a manual log book, or fighting to email one person who holds the magic key!

Cons

I think SharePoint is pretty great at what it does. It's user friendly and the interface is easy to read and navigate. Since I use the calendar feature the most, I'd love the ability to add this particular calendar to my Outlook calendar, so I don't have to login online every time I want to view it. I think this would just take out some of the extra steps and put the information right where I need it most - next to my other calendars!

Review Source: Capterra
 

Dana from S&G Stores

January 2018

January 2018

This software has made work so much easier. I can access all files even when I'm not in the office.

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Work has become easily accessable no matter where I am at. It has made it more efficient and easy to get my jobs done and get the information to my staff.

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I like that I can access my files whenever and wherever. Before this program I would have to take notes and wait until I got to the office to update. I no longer have to do that and I also have the option for my co-workers to access and make changes as well.

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My only real con to this program is how much work it takes to add something. For example, on a normal calendar I can add an appointment in 2-4 clicks but with software it could take as many as 10 clicks.

Review Source: Capterra
 


January 2018

January 2018

Sharepoint is a classic sharing platform for Microsoft shops

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collaboration and integration in all Office applications which are already in use in the company. a great platform for the Intranet.

Pros

it integrates perfectly in the Office platform. Companies can build their Intranets using sharepoint and provision workspaces where users can consume or share information. As most companies already use Microsoft products in the office productivity segment (Outlook, Word, Excel, and so on), using sharepoint becomes the natural extension to those apps. Sharing documents will be easy when Sharepoint is added as a repository. it extends filesharing beyond the classic fileserver functionalities.

Cons

being more feature reach in comparison to a file server, sharepoint is also more complex and as an IT Administrator I have seen over the last decade, in various occasions, at times cryptic error messages which can be very demandig to solve.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Joan from GESFINCA, S.L.

January 2018

January 2018

Good cloud storage

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Basically, we save time on sharing our documents by sharing them on Sharepoint. We just tell each other that we have post it on Sharepoint and that's all.

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Letting apart the efficiency of the archives system, I found very useful the fact that you add the sharepoint carpet directly to you computer, thus, you don't need to open the internet and go to the sharepoint page in order to work on the document. But still, if you don't have the sharepoint added to you computer you can go to the sharepoint page and open a document on you computer without downloading it. And when you finish the job, you save and it saves automatically on the sharepoint "cloud".

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Personally, I can't avoid comparing it with Google Drive, and I must be honest, google drive is better. With google drive two or more people can edit a document on the cloud simultaneously. It is true that then you are forced to use Google's Word or Google's Excel, but these programs are good enough. With sharepoint, however, you can use Online Microsoft Word or Online Excel, but these aren't as good as their non-online version, which lead us to the second problem. This second problem happens when somebody else has opened the document before you in his computer in the non-online version, you edit it in you computer and when you go to save it you can't because of the other person, so you have to go and ask him to close the document so you can save yours. This can be really bothering, specially when the other one has left and his computer is blocked, then you have to seve what you are doing as a new document and the next day when the other one closes his document you replace it.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Jatin from SRM University , Chennai , India
Number of employees: 5,001-10,000 employees Employees number: 5,001-10,000 employees

January 2018

January 2018

Good cloud service for Native Windows Hosting

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Good Xaas Platform form for Native Windows Hosting

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1. Good platform support for Windows and UWP based applications like ASP.NET Applications.
2. Nice tools like VSTS and VS , That provides on the go deployment.

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1. Lacks Linux Based hosting modifications like Native CentOS Hosting.
2. Expensive for small giants.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Marcus from Ogle School Management

January 2018

January 2018

Documents all in one place

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Best software for you to put lots of documents under different categories in one place. This is a great software if you have a business big or small.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Tom from Marketing and Advertising

January 2018

January 2018

Obfuscation

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I hear MS changing it and allowing more frameworks like angular and react. I think changing it is a pro.

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Slow performance while content editing. Too many layers of publishing process. Vague form fields and no client side validation. Costly in terms of learning curve and using.

It'd honestly be hard to intentionally design a worse product.

Review Source: Capterra
 


January 2018

January 2018

I use sharepoint as a server to upload documents for my job

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It's ease of use and quick upload times even with bigger files, we can also edit the documents we submit inside of the application

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It's numerous bugs and how some documents are missing from the server. It's constant updates; like alot of Microsoft applications, the updates seem almost monthly and do not do anything to fix the consistent bugs.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Gerson from TECRA TECHNOLOGIES

January 2018

January 2018

The best Intranet available

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productivity was increased.

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Sharing documents is a must for everybody in the company, this is the perfect tool to share documents and hold control over it. You set teams and permissions. Assign Managers and members and voila. The backup feature is very useful. I recommend high availability on servers and SQL data.

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To manage the Microsoft updates and Service Packs should be easier. Sadly it requires rocket science knowledge to do it right.

Review Source: Capterra
 

mahsa from Abangan
Number of employees: 2-10 employees Employees number: 2-10 employees

January 2018

January 2018

I implemented various processes in SharePoint that I am very happy with

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There are many capabilities. I learn a new feature every day . I'm very hapy for work with sharepoint

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This makes me able to implement the processes in the organization, which will make the staff more comfortable.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Dave from Surf Air

January 2018

January 2018

Not the easiest to use if on an iPad

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Plenty of capability to share files and collaborate. No lack of features, and a very secure system.

Cons

Really hard to use interface. Hard to locate files, easy to get locked out. Not very intuitive or user-friendly.

Review Source: Capterra
 


January 2018

January 2018

Daily SharePoint user and admin for years

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The tool has a plethora of features and integration abilities. You can do some pretty neat things with the tool which helps with forms, intake items, etc.

Cons

The software is clunky at times. Storing files outside of bare minimum Word, Excel, etc. is a mistake as I have seen corrupted files before. The software has a ton of features but good luck figuring them out without a guru to assist you.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Patrick from Kohler Power Systems

January 2018

January 2018

Overall Great for building workgroup websites

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I loved how different work groups can setup and customize different sites to meet their needs. while some sites are very simple, some can be very advanced.

Cons

sometimes it can be difficult to navigate the sites based on setup. whereas, sometimes when a site is setup with the 'back' function, it takes you to the homepage, rather than the last page you were on.

Review Source: Capterra
 

Muneeba from TRG

January 2018

January 2018

Safe, Secure and one of the best Microsoft Products ever!

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Sharepoint has helped me a lot in my business. Sharepoint acts as an extra storage device for me to store all my business relevant data. The space provided by Sharepoint is also quite extensive hence anything can be saved. Entire folders can be uploaded into the Sharepoint browser link so need not to upload/save one file at a time. Also, being a product of Microsoft, it has the best security available. This software is reliable and the top notch security ensures all my data is saved and can't be compromised. My colleagues and I can share the Sharepoint link and can save data simultaneously and also work from it in live time. One of the best Microsoft Products

Pros

Instant reporting 24/7 and consolidate data to get better reports
Can create a unique SharePoint intranet
Can enable cross-department collaboration
Can address multiple service providers
We can decide on the best pricing model
Perfect solution for small businesses planning to grow big.
Central repository / one point of truth to store and share all company data.
There are plenty of licensing models to choose from that will suit any business size.
Extremely scalable and can address multiple business requirements thereby saving you money
Communicate from a single source to give everyone the same message.
Create electronic forms to reduce the paper trail.

Cons

Customization time and costs
Integration can require extra development effort
The licensing model is very complex
You need the right expertise to get it set up correctly.
It will require a lot of configuration and training.
It's browser based so if there is no internet, it means no SharePoint

Review Source: Capterra
 
 
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