SharePoint makes it easy to store, sync and share all your important content. A new simplified user experience helps you streamline common tasks and create sites to keep teams in sync. New work management capabilities help you organize all your tasks from across SharePoint, Project and Outlook with indicators to help you prioritize your work.
The capabilities of Microsoft SharePoint work together to help your company quickly respond to changing business needs. Using Microsoft SharePoint, your people can share ideas and expertise, create custom solutions for specific needs, and find the right business information to make better decisions.
Connect with employees across the enterprise. Use SharePoint to engage with people, share ideas, and reinvent the way you work together.
Put social to work: Share ideas, discover answers and keep track of other colleague’s work with new social features throughout SharePoint.
Share your stuff: Publish content to SharePoint from any Office application and share with people inside and outside your organization in a few simple clicks.
Take SharePoint on the go: Share documents, update your activity feed and keep in touch with your colleagues from your mobile phone or tablet.
Whether you’re working as a team or an individual, SharePoint helps you organize information, people, and projects.
Keep projects on track: Organize all your projects and tasks to get visibility into upcoming deliverables across SharePoint, Outlook and Microsoft Project.
Keep your team connected: Set up a new team site in minutes, track meeting notes and bring together all your team's email and documents in one place.
Store and sync your docs: Sync your content in SharePoint to your desktop with SkyDrive Pro, so docs are always just a mouse click away, even if you're offline.
SharePoint makes it easy to find answers, discover insights, and connect with experts.
Find experts you never knew existed: Connect with people across your organization and easily discover interests, past projects and documents they've worked on.
Discover insights and answers: Turn raw data into gorgeous interactive reports with Excel 2013 and publish to SharePoint to share insights with the people you work with.
Find what you're looking for: Customize and narrow your search to deliver more relevant results, and get recommendations on people and documents to follow.
Developers and web designers can create new experiences on SharePoint using familiar tools and internet standards.
Publish apps to the SharePoint store: Make your apps available to everyone to try and buy through the public Store or only available to your employees through the corporate catalog.
Build eye-catching sites: Use familiar design tools and flexible controls to create dynamic intranet and internet sites to share your organization's vision with everyone.
SharePoint provides powerful controls that allow IT departments to manage cost, risk, and their time.
Manage costs: Reduce your infrastructure costs and extend the boundaries of sharing by running SharePoint in the cloud with Office 365.
Manage risk: New archiving, eDiscovery and case management capabilities extend across SharePoint, Exchange and Lync.
Manage your time: Spend more time delivering innovation and less time managing infrastructure with advances in SharePoint scale, performance and management capabilities.
IT Professionals: Microsoft SharePoint helps you cut training and maintenance costs, save time and effort, and focus on higher priorities.
Developers: SharePoint helps you build custom applications and components to rapidly respond to business needs.
End Users: SharePoint helps you share ideas and expertise and find the right business information to make better decisions.
In the age of cyber attacks and the seemingly ever-growing list of online security threats, senior executives worry about the safety of their cloud-based information. Physical location, data transmission, access security and disaster recovery represent the four top-of-mind security concerns.
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