1. SharePoint is the gateway to the digital workplace
“Businesses consider SharePoint a one-stop shop for all enterprise content, as it provides employees a centralized place to locate any relevant information stored within the platform.”
2. SharePoint is still the best location to capture data from forms
“Microsoft introduced PowerApps as an alternative to InfoPath, but users find it easier to interact with forms within SharePoint — especially since it does not require the installation of any additional apps like PowerApps does. It also offers the convenience of having the forms as webpages.”
3. It’s all about the search features
“Companies continue to face challenges when organizing their digital files. They are generally scattered across network drives and server folders, so finding the right document quickly can be time-consuming and difficult.”
4. There’s nowhere else to put all the legacy content
“Company announcements, important links, contact lists, HTML pages and a slew of other content can’t be put in any of the new apps or services that Microsoft has introduced. Many businesses find this makes SharePoint the only viable option for highlighting this information.”
5. Only SharePoint has versioning functionality
“Content versioning is another SharePoint functionality that many companies need. This feature enables business users to track multiple versions of documents, such as legal contracts, policies and other important business documents using SharePoint document libraries.” Read More
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