Friday, September 23, 2016

A Tale of Two SharePoint Platforms: Compelling Content and Collaboration Capabilities in Office 365 | CASAHL

Some timely SharePoint perspectives, heading into Ignite 2016 next week; check the full post for a detailed review of SharePoint in transition

"Microsoft is making significant enhancements to content and collaboration capabilities in modern SharePoint, placing SharePoint Online at the center of its Office 365 content/collaboration value proposition. This post provides an overview of the new capabilities, contrasting them with earlier content/collaboration features in traditional SharePoint (primarily on-premises SharePoint Server). The new capabilities and underlying architecture in modern SharePoint are sufficiently advanced, relative to traditional SharePoint, that it’s not a stretch to think of them as two different (and complementary) SharePoint platforms, sharing a common brand name and some integration options but otherwise designed to address two different eras of enterprise content/collaboration requirements."
A Tale of Two SharePoint Platforms: Compelling Content and Collaboration Capabilities in Office 365 | CASAHL
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