Sharepoint Online

SharePoint

Introduction

Getting Started Cost Support

Microsoft SharePoint gives users a web based platform to create: intranet, portals, document and file management, collaboration, websites, business intelligence and much more. The process of using SharePoint within the Exchange, Teams and Office 365 is seamless. SharePoint Sites provides a single infrastructure for all your business Web sites. Share documents with colleagues, manage projects with partners, and publish information to customers.

Getting Started with Microsoft SharePoint

  • Features

    Storage of up to 25 TB increments
    Advanced granular date recovery abilities
    Total control of your data with version recovery 93 day retention, or archive indefinitely
    Access from any device - Superior mobile capabilities 
    Mac support - One Drive Files On-Demand (requires version Mojave 10.14 or newer)
    No VPN, SMB or WebDAV connections necessary
    Single authentication source (Office 365)
    Approved for storage of confidential data
    And much much more

  • Composites and Communities

​​SharePoint Composites offers tools and components for creating do-it-yourself business solutions. Build no-code solutions to rapidly respond to business needs. SharePoint Communities delivers great collaboration tools—and a single platform to manage them. Make it easy for people to share ideas and work together the way they want.

  • Web Sites

    Create instant web sites using out-of-the-box templates. These sites are scalable and can display any object or workflow from any soure or application inside the O365 ecosystem and beyond. Multiple unique sites can be connected together, even temporarily, using Hub site association. 

  • Storage

    OneDrive is a SharePoint driven storage solutions with rest encryption available. Personal storage at 1TB, with 25TB available to departments.

  • Content

Content makes content management easy. Set up compliance measures “behind the scenes”—with features like document types, retention polices, and automatic content sorting—and then let people work naturally in Microsoft Office. 

Insights gives everyone access to the information in databases, reports, and business applications. Help people locate the information they need to make good decisions.

The introduction of the Unified search experience, Microsoft Search, goes far beyond “just SharePoint” – it is built on Microsoft Graph and Bing technology and over time will eventually provide a common search experience across all Microsoft 365 productivity apps and the broader Microsoft ecosystem: Bing, Office.com, SharePoint, Edge, Windows, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneDrive, Stream, Yammer, Word, Teams, and OneNote.

Cost and Support