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HyperOffice versus Microsoft SharePoint: A Comparative Analysis

Source: HyperOffice
Collaboration technology is the new e-mail. But how do you know which collaboration solution will best suit your needs? Compare the comprehensive functionality of Microsoft SharePoint with HyperOffice, including e-mail, collaboration, document management, intranet/extranet, content management, and support. HyperOffice has been designed specifically for Outlook users who want the functionality of Microsoft Exchange.


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