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[豆知识] 【整理】2011-02-20&02-26 企业团队协作平台——SharePoint

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Microsoft SharePoint is a family of software products developed by Microsoft for collaboration, file sharing and Web publishing. Using it, people can set up Web sites to share information with others, manage documents from start to finish, and publish reports to help everyone make better decisions. SharePoint makes it easier for people to work together.






 




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If you workin a company, you probably recognize how it feels to be Manik. She starts a newproject, looks for team members, holds meetings, and the emails start fly.Pretty soon, a few important documents emerge. And those documents get passedaround and around. Within a couple of weeks, a few hundred emails and a coupleof dozen phone calls, a few things become clear.





First,people feel overwhelmed. Everyone's inbox is filled with slightly different versionsof the same document. Manik is never sure if she has the latest version.Second, it’s impossible for her to see a complete snapshot of the project.Everything is spread across multiple computers. And everyone of the team hasdifferent information depending on who they talk to. Third, even though theproject will impact other projects, there’s no way to connect them. They’relike islands. She spends valuable time trying to coordinate with other project leadsand stakeholders. It’s better than sending snailmail, but it’s not the only way.





Toolslike SharePoint can take away some of the pain of collaborating and easily dothings that were difficult before. Imagine this scenario, Manik starts a newproject and needs to form a team. This time, she creates an online home for theproject by starting a new SharePoint site. To help fill up a team, Manikidentifies potential team members with special skills using Search. Withinminutes, she finds two graphic designers in the company and contacts them aboutthe project. Once the team is formed, Andrea and Demitri learn that they havemore in common thanks to SharePoint blogs. Common interests and things likemountain-biking help build relationships that create a solid team foundation.For this project, there is little worry about the attachments and versioncontrol. SharePoint becomes the source for everything related to the project.All documents live in SharePoint where there is only one version.





The sameis true for calendars. The team shared calendar means no one has to guess aboutmeeting times or due dates. Manik soon realizes she also needs budgetspreadsheets and presentations. Instead of having to reinvent the wheel, she can search SharePoint for documents fromother projects that help her get started quickly.





The sameis true for existing databases and networks within her company. SharePointplugs into these systems, so Manik and her team can access sales data, inventorynumbers and contact information right from SharePoint.





Now shecan see that instead of people, documents, company data being islands in a hugeocean, SharePoint creates a home that not only connects these islands, butallows her company to see the big picture. Manik’s memories of thosepre-SharePoint days are still fresh. But now she looks forward to the nextproject, even though she’s taking a break on her own island get away.





Learnmore at sharepoint.microsoft.com.

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snail mail: n. the system of sending letters by post,as opposed to using email. 蜗牛邮件







reinvent the wheel: 浪费时间做别人已做好的事情

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[Homework]2011-02-20&02-26 企业团队协作平台——SharePoint

If you open a company, you'll probably recognize how it feels to be MunichShe starts a new project, looks for team members, holds meetings and emails start fly.
Pretty soon, a few important documents emerge and those documents get passed around and around.
Within a couple of weeks, a few hundred emails and a couple of dozen phone calls, a few things become clear.
First, people feel overwhelmed. Everyone in box feel slightly different version of the same document.  Munich is never sure if she has the latest version.
Second, it's impossible for her to see a complete snapshot of the project. Everything is  * multiple computers. And everyone in the team has different information depending on who they talk to.
Third, even though the project will impact other projects, there's no way to connect them. They are like islands. She spends valuable time trying to coordinate with project leagues and stay *. It's better than sending snail mail but it's not the only way.
Tool like SharePoint can take away some of the pains of collaborating and easily do things that were difficult before.
Imaging this scenario, Munich starts a new project and need to form a team. This time she creates an online home for the project by starting a new SharePoint site. To help * up a team, Munich identify potential team members with special skills using search.   
Within minutes, she finds two graphic designers in the company and contacts them about the project.  Once the team has formed, Andrea and Demitri learn that they have more in common thanks to SharePoint blocs. Common interest in things like mountain biking help build relationship that create a solid team foundation.
For this project, there is little worry about the attachments and version control. SharePoint becomes the source for every thing related to project.  All documents live in SharePoint where there is only one version. The same is true for calenders. The team share the calender means no one has to guess about meeting times or due day. Munich soon realizes she also needs budget spreadsheets and presentations. Instead of having to re-invent the wheel, she can search SharePoint for documents from other projects that help her get started quickly.  
The same is true for existing databases and networks for her company.  SharePoint plugs entity systems. So Munich and her team can access sale data, inventory numbers and contact information right from SharePoint.
Now she can see instead of people, documents, company data being islands of huge ocean. SharePoint creates a home. Not only connects these islands but allows her company to see the big picture. Munich's memory of those pre-SharePoint days are still fresh. But now she looks forward to next projects even though she's taking a break on her own. Island get away


Learn more at sharepoint.microsoft.com



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本帖最后由 jessiyear 于 2011-3-1 16:00 编辑 If you open a company, you'll probably recognize how it feels to be MunichShe starts a new project, looks for team members, holds meetings and emails start fly.
Pretty soon, a few important documents emerge and those documents get passed around and around.
Within a couple of weeks, a few hundred emails and a couple of dozen phone calls, a few things become clear.
First, people feel overwhelmed. Everyone in box feel slightly different version of the same document.  Munich is never sure if she has the latest version.
Second, it's impossible for her to see a complete snapshot of the project. Everything is  * multiple computers. And everyone in the team has different information depending on who they talk to.
Third, even though the project will impact other projects, there's no way to connect them. They are like islands. She spends valuable time trying to coordinate with project leagues and stay *. It's better than sending snail mail but it's not the only way.
Tool like SharePoint can take away some of the pains of collaborating and easily do things that were difficult before.
Imaging this scenario, Munich starts a new project and need to form a team. This time she creates an online home for the project by starting a new SharePoint site. To help * up a team, Munich identify potential team members with special skills using search.   
Within minutes, she finds two graphic designers in the company and contacts them about the project.  Once the team has formed, Andrea and Demitri learn that they have more in common thanks to SharePoint blocs. Common interest in things like mountain biking help build relationship that create a solid team foundation.
For this project, there is little worry about the attachments and version control. SharePoint becomes the source for every thing related to project.  All documents live in SharePoint where there is only one version. The same is true for calenders. The team share the calender means no one has to guess about meeting times or due day. Munich soon realizes she also needs budget spreadsheets and presentations. Instead of having to re-invent the wheel, she can search SharePoint for documents from other projects that help her get started quickly.  
The same is true for existing databases and networks for her company.  SharePoint plugs entity systems. So Munich and her team can access sale data, inventory numbers and contact information right from SharePoint.
Now she can see instead of people, documents, company data being islands of huge ocean. SharePoint creates a home. Not only connects these islands but allows her company to see the big picture. Munich's memory of those pre-SharePoint days are still fresh. But now she looks forward to next projects even though she's taking a break on her own. Island get away

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[Homework]2011-02-20&02-26 企业团队协作平台——SharePoint

If you open a company, you probably recongize how it feels to be Munich. she starts a new project, looks for team numbers, holds meetings and emails start fly.
Pretty soon, a few important documents emerge and those documents get passed around and around.
Within a couple of weeks, a few hundred emails and a couple of dozen phone calls, a few things become clear.
First, people feel overwhemled. Everyone inbox feel slightly different version of the same documents. Munich is never sure if she has the latest version.
Second, it's impossible for her to see a complete snapshot of the project. Everything is sp* cross mutiple computers. And everyone in the team has different information depending on who they talked to.
Third, even though the project will impact other projects, there's no way to connect them. They are like islands. She spends valuable time trying to coordinate with project leagues and in stay cordes. It's better than sending snail, but not the only way.
Tool like Sharepoint can take way some of pains of collaborating and easily do thing that were diffcult before.
Imagine this scenario, Munich starts a new project and need to form a team. This time, she creates an online home for project by starting a new SharePoint site. To help full up team, Munich identify potentail team munbers with special skills using search.
Within minutes, she finds two graphic designers in the company and contacts them about the project.  Once the team has formed, Andrea and Demitri learned they have more in common thanks to SharePoint blocs. Common interest in things like mountain biking help built relationship that create a solid team foundation.
For this project, there is a little wrong about the attachments and version control. SharePoint becomes the source for everything relate to project. All documents live in SharePoint where there is only one version. The same is ture for calendars.  The team share calendar means no one has to guess about meeting time or due days. Munich soon realizes she also needs to budget spreadsheets and presentations. Instead of having to re-invent the wheel, she can research SharePoint for documents from other projects that help her get started quickly.
The same is ture for existing databases and networks for her company. SharePoint plugs entity systems. So Munich and her team can access sale data, inventory numbers and contact information right from SharePoint.
Now she can see instead of people, documents, company data being islands of hugh ocean. SharePoint creats home. Not only connects these islands but allows her company to see the big picture. Munich's memory of those pre-SharePoint days are still fresh. But now she looks forward to next project even though she's talking a break on her own. Island get away.
Learn more at SharePoint.microsoft.com

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本帖最后由 gloria518 于 2011-2-21 14:04 编辑

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If you work in a company, you probably recognize how it feels to be Manik? She starts a new project, looks for team members, holds meetings and emails start fly. Pretty soon a few important documents are merged. And those documents get passed around and around. Within a couple of weeks, a few hundred emails and a couple of phone calls, a few things become clear.
First, people feel overwhelmed. Everyone inbox is filled with slightly different versions of the same document. Manik is never sure if she has the latest version. Second, its impossible for her to see a complete snapshot of the project. Everything spreads across the multiple computers. Everyone in the team has different information depending on who they talk to. Third, even though the project will impact other projects, theres no way to connect them. They’re like islands. She spends valuable time trying to coordinate with project leagues and stake owners. Its better than sending snail mail but its not the only way.
Tools
like SharePoint can take away some of the pain of collaborating and easily do things that were difficult before. Imaging this scenario, Manik starts a new project and needs to form a team. This time, she creates an online home for the project by starting a new SharePoint site. To help fill up a team, Manik identifies potential team members with special skills using Search. Within minutes, she finds 2 graphic designers in the company and contacts them about the project. Once the team is formed, Andrea and Demitri learn that they have more in common thanks to SharePoint blogs. Common interests in things like mountain-biking help build relationship that create a solid team foundation. For this project, there is little worry about the attachments and version control. SharePoint become the source for everything related to project. All documents live in SharePoint where there is only one version.
The same is true for calendars. The team share calendar means no one has to guess about meeting times or due days. Manik soon realizes she also needs budget spreadsheets and presentations. Instead of having to reinvent the real, she can search SharePoint for documents from other projects that help her to study quickly.
The same is true for existing data bases and networks in her company. SharePoint plugs into these systems, so Manik and her team can access sales data and inventory numbers and contact information right from SharePoint.
Now she can see instead of people, documents, company data being islands in a huge ocean. SharePoint creates a home that not only connects these islands, but allows her company to see the big picture. Manik’s memories of those pre-SharePoint days are still fresh. But now she looks forward the next project even though shes taking a break on her own island get away.
Learn more at SharePoint.microsoft.com
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on gloria518 ^_^

If you ? a company, you probably recognize how it feels to be Manik. She starts a new project, looks for team members, holds meetings and emails start fly. Pretty soon a few important documents are merged. And those documents get passed around and around. Within a couple of weeks, a few hundred emails and a couple of phone calls, a few things become clear.

First, people feel overwhelmed. Everyone's inbox is filled with slightly different versions of the same document. Manik is never sure if she has the latest version. Second, it’s impossible for her to see a complete snapshot of the project. Everything spreads across the multiple computers. Everyone in the team has different information depending on who they talk to. Third, even though the project will impact other projects, there’s no way to connect them. They’re like islands. She spends valuable time trying to coordinate with project leagues and stake holders. It’s better than sending snail mail but it’s not the only way.

Tools like SharePoint can take away some of the pain of collaborating and easily do things that were difficult before. Imaging this scenario, Manik starts a new project and needs to form a team. This time, she creates an online home for the project by starting a new SharePoint site. To help fill up a team, Manik identifies potential team members with special skills using Search. Within minutes, she finds 2 graphic designers in the company and contacts them about the project. Once the team is formed, Andrea and Demitri learn that they have more in common thanks to SharePoint blogs. Common interests in things like mountain-biking help build relationship that create a solid team foundation. For this project, there is little worry about the attachments and version control. SharePoint become the source for everything related to the project. All documents live in SharePoint where there is only one version.

The same is true for calendars. The team share calendar means no one has to guess about meeting times or due dates. Manik soon realizes she also needs budget spreadsheets and presentations. Instead of having to reinvent the wheel, she can search SharePoint for documents from other projects that help her to study quickly.

The same is true for existing data bases and networks in her company. SharePoint plugs into these systems, so Manik and her team can access sales data and inventory numbers and contact information right from SharePoint.

Now she can see instead of people, documents, company data being islands in a huge ocean. SharePoint creates a home that not only connects these islands, but allows her company to see the big picture. Manik’s memories of those pre-SharePoint days are still fresh. But now she looks forward the next project even though she’s taking a break on her own island get away.

Learn more at SharePoint.microsoft.com
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homework

If you open a company, you probably recongize how it feels to be M. she starts a new project, looks for team numbers, holds meetings and emails start fly.Pretty soon, a few important documents emerge and those documents get passed around and around.
Within a couple of weeks(a couple of weeks(几周)), a few hundred emails and a couple of dozen phone calls, a few things become clear.
First, people feel overwhelmed. Everyone Inbox feel slightly different version of the same documents. M is never sure if she has the latest version.
Second, it's impossible for her to see a complete snapshot of the project. Everything is speed cross mutiple computers. And everyone in the team has different information depending on who they talked to.
Third, even though the project will impact other projects, there's no way to connect them. They are like islands. She spends valuable time trying to coordinate with project leagues and in stay cordes. It's better than sending snail mail, but not the only way.
Tools like Sharepoint can take way some of pains of collaborating and easily do thing that were difficult before.
Imagine this scenario, M starts a new project and need to form a team. This time, she creates an online home for project by starting a new SharePoint site. To help full up team, M identify potential team members with special skills using search.
Within minutes, she finds two graphic designers in the company and contacts them about the project.  Once the team has formed, Andrea and Demitri learned they have more in common thanks to SharePoint blogs. Common interest in things like mountain biking help built relationship that create a solid team foundation.
For this project, there is a little worry about the attachments and version control. SharePoint becomes the source for everything relate to project. All documents live in SharePoint where there is only one version. The same is ture for calendars.  The team share calendar means no one has to guess about meeting time or due days. M soon realizes she also needs to budget spreadsheets and presentations. Instead of having to reinvent the wheel, she can research SharePoint for documents from other projects that help her get started quickly.
The same is ture for existing databases and networks for her company. SharePoint plugs entity systems. So M and her team can access sale data, inventory numbers and contact information right from SharePoint.
Now she can see instead of people, documents, company data being islands of hugh ocean. SharePoint creats home. Not only connects these islands but allows her company to see the big picture. M memory of those pre-SharePoint days are still fresh. But now she looks forward to next project even though she's talking a break on her own. Island(isolate) get away.
Learn more at SharePoint.microsoft.com
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If you work in a company, you’ll probably recognize how it feels to be Manic. She starts a new project, looks for team members, holds meetings and e-mails start fly. Pretty soon a few important documents emerge. And those documents get passed around and around. Within a couple of weeks, a few hundred e-mails, and a couple of dozens phone calls, a few things become clear. First, people feel overwhelmed, everyone inbox is filled with slightly different versions of the same document, Manic is never sure if she has the latest version. Second, it’s impossible for her to see a complete snapshot of the project, everything is spread across the multiple computers.  Everyone on the team has different information depending on who they talk to. Third, even though the project will impact other projects, there’s no way to connect them. They are like islands. She spends valuble time trying to coordinate with other project leagues and stake owners. It’s better than sending snail mail, but it’s not the only way.
Tools like Sharepoint can take away some of pain of the collaborating, and easily do things that were difficult before. Imagine this scenario, Manic starts a new projects and needs to form a team, this time she creates an online home for the project by starting a new sharepoint site. To help fill up the team, Manic identifies the potential team members with special skills using search.  Within minutes, she finds 2 graphic designers in the company and contacts them about the project. Once the team is formed, Andreas and Demitri, then they have more in common thanks to sharepoint blogs. Common interests and things like mountain biking help build relationships that create solid team foundation. For this project, there’s little worry about the attachments and version control. Sharepoint becomes the source for everything related to the project. All documents leave in the sharepoint where there’s only one version. The same is true for calendars. The team shared calendars mean no one has to guess about meeting times or due days. Manic soon realizes that she also needs bugets spreadsheet and presentations. Instead of having to reinvent the wheel, she can search SharePoint for documents from other projects that help her get started quickly.  The same is true for exiting databases and networks within her company, SharePoint plugs into these systems, so Manic and her team can access sales data, inventory number and contact information right from sharepoint. Now she can see that instead of people, documents, company data being islands of a huge ocean. Sharepoint creates a home that not only connects these islands but allows the company to see the big picture. Manic's memory of those pre-SharePoint days are still fresh, but now she looks forward to the next project even though she’s taking a break on her own island get away.
Learn more at Sharepoint.microsoft.com.
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[Homework]2011-02-20&02-26 企业团队协作平台——SharePoint

本帖最后由 jessiyear 于 2011-2-26 21:45 编辑 on Gloria 518
If you worked in a company, you probably recognize how it feels to be Manik? She starts a new project, looks for team members, holds meetings and emails start fly. Pretty soona few important documents emerge. And those documents get passed around and around. Within a couple of weeks, a few hundred emails and a couple of dozens of phone calls, a few things become clear.
First, people feel overwhelmed. Everyone's inbox is filled with slightly different versions of the same document. Manik is never sure if she has the latest version. Second, its impossible for her to see a complete snapshot of the project. Everything spreads across the multiple computers. Everyone in the team has different information depending on who they talk to. Third, even though the project will impact other projects, theres no way to connect them. They’re like islands. She spends valuable time trying to coordinate with project leagues and stake owners. Its better than sending snail mail but its not the only way
.
Tools
like SharePoint can take away some of the pain of collaborating and easily do things that were difficult before. Imaging this scenario, Manik starts a new project and needs to form a team. This time, she creates an online home for the project by starting a new SharePoint site. To help fill up a team, Manik identifies potential team members with special skills using Search. Within minutes, she finds 2 graphic designers in the company and contacts them about the project. Once the team is formed, Andrea and Demitri learn that they have more in common thanks to SharePoint blogs. Common interests in things like mountain-biking help build relationship that create a solid team foundation. For this project, there is little worry about the attachments and version control. SharePoint become the source for everything related to project. All documents live in SharePoint where there is only one version
.
The same is true for calendars. The team share calendar means no one has to guess about meeting times or due days. Manik soon realizes she also needs budget spreadsheets and presentations. Instead of having to reinvent the real, she can search SharePoint for documents from other projects that help her to get started quickly
.
The same is true for existing data bases and networks in her company. SharePoint plugs into these systems, so Manik and her team can access sales data and inventory numbers and contact information right from SharePoint
.
Now she can see instead of people, documents, company data being islands in a huge ocean. SharePoint creates a home that not only connects these islands, but allows her company to see the big picture. Manik’s memories of those pre-SharePoint days are still fresh. But now she looks forward doingthe next project even though shes taking a break on her own island get away
.
Learn more at SharePoint.microsoft.com

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[Homework]2011-02-20&02-26 企业团队协作平台——SharePoint

本帖最后由 summermemories 于 2011-2-23 00:18 编辑

If you worked in a company, you will probabaly recognize how it feels to be Manic. She starts a new project, looks for team members, holds meetings and the e-mails start flying. Pretty soon, a few important dcuments emerge. And those documents get passed around and around. Within a couple of weeks, a few hundred e-mails and a couple of dozen phone calls, a few things become clear. First, people fell overwhelmed. Everyone's inbox has filled the slightly different versions of the same document. Manic is never sure if she has the latest versiono. Second, it's impossible for her to see a complete snap* of the project. Everything * cross multiple computers. Everyone among the team has different information depending on who they talk to. Third, even though the project will impact other projects, there's no way to connect them. They are like islands. She spends valuable time trying to coordinate with other project leads in stakeholders. It's better than sending snail mail, but it's not the only way. Tools like Sharepoint can take away some of the pain of collaborating and easily do things that were difficult before.
Imagine this scenario. Manic starts a new project and needs to form a team. This time, she creates an online home for the project by starting a new sharepoint site. To help fill up the team, Manic * team members with special skills using search. Within minutes, she finds two graphic designers in the company and contacts them about the project. Once the team is formed, Andria and Demitry learn that they have more in common thanks to Sharepoint blogs. Common interests and things like mountain biking help build relationships that create a solid team foundation. For this project, there's little worry about attachments and version control. Sharepoint becomes the source for everything related to the project. All documents live in Sharepoint where there is only one version. The same is true for calendars. The team-shared-calendar means no one has to guess about meeting times or due dates. Manic soon realizes that she also needs budget spread sheets and presentations. Instead of having to reinvent the wheel, she can search Sharepoint for ducuments from other projects that help her get started quickly. The same is true for existing data bases and networks within her company. Sharepoint plugs into these systems, so Manic and her team can access sales data, inventory numbers, and contact information right from Sharepoint. Now she can see that instead of people, documents and company data being islands and a huge ocean, Sharepoint creates a home that not only connects these islands but allows her company to see the big picture. Manic's memories of those pre-Sharepoint days are still fresh. Now she looks forward to next projects, even now she is taking a break on her own island getaway.
Learn more at sharepoint.microsoft.com.

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[Homework]2011-02-20&02-26 企业团队协作平台——SharePoint

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[Homework]2011-02-20&02-26 企业团队协作平台——SharePoint

[Homework]
If you open a company, you probably recognized how it feels to be ?. She starts a new project, looks for team members, holds meetings and emails start fine.
Pretty soon, a few of important documents emerge, and those documents get past round and round. With a couple of weeks, a few hundred of emails and couples of dozen phone calls , a few things become clear.
First, people feel overwhelmed. Everyone in the box feel the slighest different version of the same documents. Munish is never sure if she has the latest version.
Second, it's impossible for her to see the complete snapshot of the project. Everything is expect more computers. Everyone in the team has different information depending on who they talk to.
Third, even though the project were impact other projects, there is no way to connect them. They are like islands. She spend avaible time try to call the name of other project leaders and stay ?. It's better to send a snail mail, but it's not the only way.
Tools like sharepoint can take a way some of the pains of collaborating and easily do things that were difficult before. Imaging these scenario, Munish is starting a new project and needs to form a team. This time, she creates an online home for the project by starting a new sharepoint site. To help fill up the team, Munish identify the team members with special skills using search. Within minutes, she find two graphic designer in the company and context of the project. Once the team was formed, Andrea and Metry learn that they have more in common thanks to the sharepoint blogs. Common interests in things like ? help building relationship that creat a solidity foundation. For this project, there is a little worry about the ? of version control. Sharepoint become the source for everything related to the project. All documents live in sharepoint with their only one version. The same is true for calendars. The team share the calendar means no one has to guess about meeting times or due days.
Munish soon realize she also needs budget spreadsheets and presentations. Instead of having reinvent the real, she can search sharepoint for documents from other projects to help her to study quickly. The same is true for existing databases and networks for her company. Sharepoint plug into these system, so Munish and her team can access sales data and inventory numbers and contact information right from sharepoint. Now she can see instead of people, documents, company data island being a huge ocean. Sharepoint creates the home that not only connect these islands but allow the company to see a big picture.
Munish's memory of those pre-sharepoint days are still fresh. Now she can afford for next projects even though she is taking a break on her own island.
Learn more at Sharepoint.microsoft.com.
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If you open a company, you'll probably recognize how it feels to be meet She starts a new project, looks for team members, holds meetings and emails start fly.Pretty soon, a few important documents emerge and those documents get passed around and around.Within a couple of weeks, a few hundred emails and a couple of dozen phone calls, a few things become clear.
First, people feel overwhelmed. Everyone in box feel slightly different version of the same document. meniis never sure if she has the latest version.Second, it's impossible for her to see a complete snapshot of the project. Everything is  * multiple computers. And everyone in the team has different information depending on who they talk to. Third, even though the project will impact other projects, there's no way to connect them. They are like islands. She spends valuable time trying to coordinate with project leagues and stay callder. It's better than sending snail mail but it's not the only way.
Tool like SharePoint can take away some of the pains of collaborating and easily do things that were difficult before. Imaging this scenario, * starts a new project and need to form a team. This time she creates an online home for the project by starting a new SharePoint site. To help folopine up a team, Munich identify potential team members with special skills using search.   
Within minutes, she finds two graphic designers in the company and contacts them about the project.  Once the team has formed, * and * learn that they have more in common thanks to SharePoint blocs. Common interest in things like mountain biking help build relationship that create a solid team foundation.
For this project, there is little worry about the attachments and version control. SharePoint becomes the source for every thing related to project.  All documents live in SharePoint where there is only one version. The same is true for calenders. The team share the calender means no one has to guess about meeting times or due day. * soon realizes she also needs budget spreadsheets and presentations. Instead of having to reinvent the wheel, she can search SharePoint for documents from other projects that help her get started quickly.  The same is true for existing databases and networks for her company.  SharePoint plugs entity systems. So Munich and her team can access sale data, inventory numbers and contact information right from SharePoint.
Now she can see instead of people, documents, company data being islands of huge ocean. SharePoint creates a home. Not only connects these islands but allows her company to see the big picture. * memory of those pre-SharePoint days are still fresh. But now she looks forward to next projects even though she's taking a break on her own. Island get away
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  If you open a company, you probably recongize how it feels to be M. she starts a new project, looks for team numbers, holds meetings and emails start fly.Pretty soon, a few important documents emerge and those documents get passed around and around.
Within a couple of weeks(a couple of weeks(几周)), a few hundred emails and a couple of dozen phone calls, a few things become clear.
  First, people feel overwhelmed. Everyone Inbox feel slightly different version of the same documents. M is never sure if she has the latest version.
Second, it's impossible for her to see a complete snapshot of the project. Everything is speed cross mutiple computers. And everyone in the team has different information depending on who they talked to.
  Third, even though the project will impact other projects, there's no way to connect them. They are like islands. She spends valuable time trying to coordinate with project leagues and in stay cordes. It's better than sending snail mail, but not the only way.
Tools like Sharepoint can take way some of pains of collaborating and easily do thing that were difficult before.
  Imagine this scenario, M starts a new project and need to form a team. This time, she creates an online home for project by starting a new SharePoint site. To help full up team, M identify potential team members with special skills using search.
  Within minutes, she finds two graphic designers in the company and contacts them about the project.  Once the team has formed, Andrea and Demitri learned they have more in common thanks to SharePoint blogs. Common interest in things like mountain biking help built relationship that create a solid team foundation.
  For this project, there is a little worry about the attachments and version control. SharePoint becomes the source for everything relate to project. All documents live in SharePoint where there is only one version. The same is ture for calendars.  The team share calendar means no one has to guess about meeting time or due days. M soon realizes she also needs to budget spreadsheets and presentations. Instead of having to reinvent the wheel, she can research SharePoint for documents from other projects that help her get started quickly.
  The same is ture for existing databases and networks for her company. SharePoint plugs entity systems. So M and her team can access sale data, inventory numbers and contact information right from SharePoint.
  Now she can see instead of people, documents, company data being islands of hugh ocean. SharePoint creats home. Not only connects these islands but allows her company to see the big picture. M memory of those pre-SharePoint days are still fresh. But now she looks forward to next project even though she's talking a break on her own. Island(isolate) get away.
Learn more at SharePoint.microsoft.com
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