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How SharePoint Can Help Connect People, Processes, and Information

Source: Softweb Solutions
Microsoft SharePoint products and technologies are server applications that can provide organizations with an integrated solution for collaboration, content management, business processes, business intelligence (BI), enterprise search implementation, and portal development. Find out how SharePoint can meet your intranet, extranet, and Internet needs, and compare offerings for all levels and groups of users.


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