By Mark Watson
Last year’s release of SharePoint 2010 marked the moment when Microsoft’s collaboration software matured and became a true enterprise tool. No longer just a ‘file share’, ‘useful’ or trendy ‘nice to have’ application, SharePoint has grown up and it’s all about improving productivity and augmenting communication. At least, that’s my take on it after almost 12 months of working on SharePoint 2010 deployments and using it day in, day out in our own office.
Some of the biggest positive changes I have found useful between SharePoint 2010 and 2007 – and there are many – fall into the areas of user interface, document management, platform, search and social media. If you are intersted to read about it in more detail, I have put it together in a little article. You can download it here, just fill out a small form about yourself.