Why SharePoint Is Not Document Management Software

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Microsoft’s SharePoint program is frequently misused as a full-featured document management system. While SharePoint offers a fairly massive feature set, its primary focus is on collaboration, which entails somewhat open flows of information and less control of material across the full document lifecycle than a document management system would offer. Download this white paper to learn more.

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