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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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if you work in a company, you will recognize how it feel to be unique, she starts a new project, looks for team members, holds meetings and emails start fly. Pretty soon, a few important documents emerge, and these documents get passed around and around, and with a couple of weeks, a few hundreds of emails, a couple dozens of phone calls, a few things become clear
First, people feel over want, everyone’s inbox is filled by sites versions of same documents and mu never sure she has a * version,
Second, it is impossible for her to see a complete net spot of the project, everything spread most across the computers, and one of the team has different information depending who they talk to
Third, even though the project impacts the other project, there’s no way to connect them, they are like islands, she spends valuable time trying to cooperate with other project’s leaders and state quarters , it’s better sending email but it’s not the only way
Tools like share point can take away some of * collaberating and easily do things that are difficult before, imaging this *, * starts a new project and needs forming team, this time she creates online * project by starting a new share point site, to help offer team , * needs to find potential people with special skills using search, within minutes, she finds two graphic design and contact them with new project. Once the team is formed, An and mu learn they have in common thanks to share point blocks, common interests and things like building bicycle build relationship secret * foundation, for this project ,there is very little worry about converging control, share point becomes the source of everything about the project, all documents leave in the share point where there is only one version, the same to the calendars. The team share calendars means no one has to guess about meeting times or du days. Mu soon realizes she also needs budget spreadsheet and president’s patience instead of having a win of will, she can search share point for documents from other projects that can help study quickly, the same is to existing bases and network of her company, share point helps enter these systems. Mu can * sales data, inventory numbers and contacts’ information right from the share point.
Now she can people documents, company date been island ocean
Share point creates a home, not only connects the islands but allow the company to see the big picture, mu remember those precious point days are still fresh, but now she looks for the next project even on she is taking a break on her own island get away
Learn more at sharepoint.microsoft.com
Homework

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

If you form a company ,your problem will recognize how it feels to be (monic).She starts new projects, look for team members,holds meetings and emails starts fly.Pretty soon,a few important documents emerge and those documents get passed aroud and aroud.Within a few couple of weeks,a few hundred emails and a couple of dozen phone calls,a few things become clear.
First,people feel overwhelmed.everyone's in the box feel the slighed different versions of the same documents. Mernic is never sure if he has the latest version.
Sceond,it's impossile for her to see a complete snapshot of the project.every thing is spread across the multiple computers,  everyone in team have different information depending on who they talk to.
Third,even though the project will impact other projects ,there is no way to connect them,they are like islands.she spends valuable time trying to coordinate with other project leagues and stake owners.it's better than sendig a snack mail but it's not the only way.
Tools like share-point can take a way some of the pain claberating and easily do things they were difficult before. imaging this scenario,monic starts new projects and needs to form a team.This time she creats online home for the project by studying a new share-point site.
To help fill up team ,monic identifies potential team members with special skills using search .Within minutes she finds two graphic designers in the company and contact about the project.
Once the team is formed,engia and engivety learn that they have more in common thanks to sharepoint blogs.common interests in things like  mountain-biking help building  realationship they created a solid team foundation.
For this project there is little worry about the attachment version control.share-point becomes the source for everything related to the project.all documents live in share-point where there is only one version.
The same is true for calenders.the team shares calender means no one has to guess about meeting times or due-dates.monic soon realize she also needs budget spreadsheets and presentations.Instead of having a reinvent of the real she can search share-point for documents from other projects and help her gets started quickly.
the same is true for excisting data bases and networks that for her company.share-point plugs into system .so monic and her team can acess sales data ,inventory numbers and content information right from share-point.
Now she can see the instead of people ,documents,company data being islands in an huge ocean,share-points creats a home.that not only connect seas and islands, but like her company to see the big picture.monic memories those pre sharepoint days are sill fresh.But now she is lookforward doing the next project ,even on she is 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'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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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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if you work in a company,you'll probably recognize how it feels to be m*.she starts a new project,looks for team members,holds meetings and the e-mails start fly.pretty soon,a few important  documents emerge.and the documents begin to pass around and around.within a couple of weeks,a few hundred e-mails and a couple of dezen phone calls,a few thing become clear.first people feel overwhelmed,everyone in box feel a slightly diffrent versions of the same documents. m* is never shared if she had the latest version.second it's impossible for her to see a complete snatch out of the project.everything's web across mutiple computers.and everyone in the team have different information,depending on whom they're talking to.third even though the project will impact other projects,there's no way to connect them.they are like islands.she's been spending valuable time  trying to cooperate with  other project leaders and stay in codes.it better than sending s* mail,but it's not the only way.tools like sharepoint can take away some of the pain of collaborating,and can easily do things that was difficult before.imagine in this area,Manish starts a new project and needs to form a team.this time she creats online home for the project by starting a new sharepoint site.to help fell up the team manish did find potential teammates with special skills using search.within minutes she finds two gratified designers in the company and contects them about the project.once the team form,aniniel and micheal learns they have more in commen thanks to the sharepoint blogs.commen intersts and things like moutain viking help building relations that creats s* foundations.for this project there is little worry about attachment 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 meeting time or due dates.manish soon realizes that she also needs budget spen* and presentations.and in stead of reinvent the wheel,she can search shrepoint for documents from other projects to help her study quickly.The same is ture for existing databases and networks for her company.sharepoint plugs entity systerm,so manish and her team connect sails data,inventory numbers and contact information right from sharepoint.now she can see that instead of people,documents and company data being island and huge ocean.sharepoint creats a home that not only connect the islands,but allow the company to see the big picture.manish's memory of those precious point days are still fresh,but now she looks forward to the next projects,eventhough she is taking her own island get away.learn more at sharepoint@microsoft.com
[Homework]
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
If you worked for a company, you’ll probable know how it feels to be Monic. He starts a new project, looking for team members, holds meetings, and the then emails start flying. Pretty soon, a few important documents emerge and those documents get passed around and around. Within a couple of weeks, a few hundred emails, a couple dozens phone calls, a few things become clear. First, people feel overwound. Everyone’s inbox is filled with slightly different versions of the same document. Monic is never sure if she has the latest version. Second, it’s impossible for her to see a complete netshow of the project, everything is better cross moteble computers and everyone in the team have 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 and state coders. It’s better to send snail mail, but it’s not the only way. Tools like sharepoint can take away some of the pain of colabrasing and easily do things that were difficult before. Imagine this scenary. Monic starts a new project and needs to form a team. This time she creats an online home for the project by starting a new sharepoint set. To help the team, Monic identifies team members with special skills using search. With in minutes she finds two graphars designers in the company and contacts them about the project. Once the team is formed, A and M know that they have more in common to sharepoint blogs. Common interests and things like help to build a solid team foundation. For this project, there’s little to worry about tatchments and version control. Sharepoint becomes the source for everything related to the project. All documents live in sharepoint while there’s only one version. The same is true for calenders. Team share a canlender means no one has to guess about meeting times or due days. Monic soon realizes she also needs buget spread sheets and presentations. Instead of having her to re  the will, she can search sharepoint for documents from other projects to help her get started quickly. The same is true for maintain databases and networks within her company. Sharepoint plat into systems, so Monic and her team can get sells data, And contact numbers right from sharepoint. Now she can see that instead of  people, documents, and company ends up being islands on a huge ocean, sharepoint creats a home. It not only connects these islands, but allows her company to see the big picture. Monic’s memory of pre-sharepoint days are still fresh, but now she looks forward to the next new projects even though she is 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

if you walk in to a company, you probably recognize how does it feel to be M?She starts a new project,looks for team members, holds meetings and the emails start fly.pretty soon, a few of important documents emerge,and these documents get passed around and around.within a couple of weeks,a few hundred of emails  a couple of dozen phone calls .a few things become clear.First, people feel overwhelmed. everyone in boxes feel slightly different versions about the same document.M is never sure if she has the latest version.second, it is impossible for her to see the complete snapshot of the project.Everything spreads across the multiple computers.everyone in the team have different information depending on who they talk to.Third,even though the project will impact other projects, there is no way to connect them.They are like islands. she spends valuable time trying to coordinate with with other project league and stake owners. It's better than sending emails,but it's not the only way.Tools like sharepoint can take away some pain of collaborating and easily do things that were difficult before.Imagine this scenario, M starts a new project and needs to form a team.this time,she creates a online home for the project by starting a new sharepoint site.to help fill up the team, M did find potential team members with special skills using search. within a minute, she finds two graphic designers in the company and  contact them about the project. once the team was formed,  and learned they have more in common  thanks to sharepoint blogs,common interests and things like mountain-biking help building relationship that create a solid team foundation.for this project,there is a little worry about attachment and version control.Sharepoint become the source for everything related to the project. all document live in sharepoint where there is only one version. the same is true for calendars.the team shares the calendar means no one has to guess about the meeting times or due days.M soon realize she also needs budget spreadsheet and presentations.and instead of having to reinvent the real,she can search the sharepoint for documents from other projects to help her to get  start quickly.the same is true for existing databases and networks whithin her company.sharepoint plugs into these systems,so M and her teams can access sales data,inventory numbers and contact information right from sharepoint.now she can see that instead of people, documents,company data being an island of a huge ocean. sharepoints creates a home, not only connect these islands,but allow his company to see the big picture.M memories of those pre-sharepoint  point days are still fresh.but now she looks forward the next project,even through she is taking a break on her own island get away.




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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 the 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'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 is spread across / multiple computers. And everyone of 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 other project leads and 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, 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 two 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 and things like mountain-biking help build relationships that create a solid team foundation. For this project, there is little worry about the 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. 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 get started quickly.

 

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

 

Now she can see that 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 to the next project, even though she’s taking a break on her own island get away.

 

Learn more at sharepoint.microsoft.com.




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

If you enter in the company, you will fell how it is to be a lick.It strat project,eamils, meetings and proflie.pretty soon, many documents will get emerged,and them they are pascled round and round.a couple of weeks, a great of documents and founcus are geting cleaned.First they fell very well, they are satisfied with what they have seen in the boxes.the lick is never sure that it is virtuing.Second, it is headseen to see the project, evrhthing is needed to spend many hours with computers, and they konw the computer have different mensions,for it depend on who are taliking to. Third,even they are inpaject or unpaject,there is no way to connected.they are liking line,they spend less time to collobrate others with link.it's bettering to send a mail,but it is not they only way.too much sharepoint take moer pain to  collaborate esay do things that is difficult before.the link are serious,many new projects are not linked.this time, she creat a new link by creat a new sharepoint website.Desipte the new link, we find many projects with special skills using the search.within mintues, he find two projects company contact to the program.what is the teenager looking for, the different comments are fond in the sharepoints website.many foundations are found .in this project, they have little worry about the reaching rejoin.the airpoint become the souce for everything contact the prject.the documents have less shareless,there has only way to resolve this.calendar means no one have gains to do this.
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[Homework]【整理】2011-02-20&02-26 企业团队协作平台——SharePoint

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         If you worked in a company, you probably recognise how it feels to Menic.
        
       She starts a new project, looks for team memebers,  holds meetings, and the emails start to fly. Pretty soon, a few important documents emerge. Those documents get passes around and around. Within a couple of weeks, a few hundred emails, and a couple of dozens phone calls, a few things become clear.

    First people feel overwhelmed. Everyone's in boxes * slightly versions of the same documents. Nick is never sure if she has the latest version.
   
     Second, it's impossible  for her to see a complites nature out of  the project. Everything is spread multipal computer and everyone in the team has different information depending who they talk to.

      Third, even though the projects are impacted other projects, there is no way to connect them. They are like islands. She spent valuable time trying to coordinate with other project leads and stay colders.

     It's better than sending a 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 scenerio, Manic starts a new project and needs to * . This time she creates an online home for the project by starting a new sharepoint site. To help fill up the team, Manic Dena finds potential team members with special skills using search. Within minutes, she finds two graphic designers in the company and connects them about the project.

   Once the team is formed, Andrew and Dimetri learned they have more in  common thanks to sharepoint blogs. Common interests and things like mountain climbing help build relationships that create a solid team foundation. For this project, there's a little worry about attachments in version control. Sharepoint becomes the source for everything related to the project. All documents are living in sharepoint, where there is only one version. It's same true for calendars, the team share calendar, means no one has to guess about meeting times or do dates.

   Menic soon realized she also needs budget * and presentations. * having to reinvent the well, she can search sharepoint for other projects that help her get started quickly. The same is true for existing databases and networks * her company. into the systems so Menic and her team can excess sales data , inventory numbers and contact information right from sharepoint.Now she can see that instead of people , documents ,company data being islands in a huge ocean. Sharepoint is a home and not only connects these islands but allows her company to see the big picture.  Menic's memories of those * days are still fresh, but now * do next projects, even she is taking her break alone , islands get away.

  Learn more, at Sharepoint@Microsoft.com.

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

If you work to a company,you probably recognize how it feels to be a **.She starts a new project,looks for team members,holds meetings.And emails starts**.Pretty sure,a few important documents emerge.And those doctuments get passed around and around.With a few weeks,a few hunder emails,and a couple of dozen phone calls,a few things become clearly.First people feel overwhelmed,every ones in boxes feel ***of the same documents.** is never sure if she has the latest virgin.Second, it's impossible for her to see a complete **of the project. Everything is** most computers.And everyone of the team hasdifferent imformation depending on whom they talk to.Third, even though the project will impact other projects,there is no way to connect them.They are like islands.She spends valuable time trying to coordinate with other project leaders and stay**.It's better than sending **mail,but it's not the only way.Tools like sharepoint can take away pain and ** and easily do things that were difficult before.**,**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 **the team,**did ** special team numbers with special skills using search.With thin minutes,she finds two graphic desigeners in the company and contact about the prohect.Once the team is formed,** and ** learn they have more in common thanks to sharepoint.Common interests and things like not ** help build relationship that create a ** foundation.For this project,there is a little worry about ** and ** control.Sharepoint becomes the source for everyting relate to the project.All documents live in  sharepoint where there is only one **.The thing is ture for calendar.The team sharing the calendar means no one has to guess about meeting times or do dates.**soon realizes she also needs a**.Instead of having to read and view,she can search sharepoint for documents from other projects that help her to start quickly.The thing is true for existing date base and **.Sharepoint plugs into the systems.So ** and her team can access **,** numbers and  contact information right from the sharepoint.Now she can see that instead of people,documents and company date being islands and huge ocean,sharepoint creates a home.They not only connect these islands,but allow her company to see a big picture.**'memory of those ** days are still fresh.But now she looks for do a next projects even long she is taking a break on her own.Islands get away.

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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 leads and 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 the project by starting a new SharePoint site. To help fill up a team, Manikidentifies 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 is formed, Andrea and Demitri 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 is little worry about the 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. Manik soon realizes she also needs budget spread sheets 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.
The same is true for existing databases and networks within her company. SharePoint plugs into these systems, so Manik and her team can access sales data, inventory numbers and contact information right from SharePoint.

Now she can see that instead of people, documents, company data being islands in a hugeocean, 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 to the next project, even though she’s taking a break on her own island get away.
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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 leads and 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 the project by starting a new SharePoint site. To help fill up a team, Manikidentifies 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 is formed, Andrea and Demitri 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 is little worry about the 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. Manik soon realizes she also needs budget spread sheets 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.
The same is true for existing databases and networks within her company. SharePoint plugs into these systems, so Manik and her team can access sales data, inventory numbers and contact information right from SharePoint.

Now she can see that instead of people, documents, company data being islands in a hugeocean, 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 to the next project, even though she’s taking a break on her own island get away.
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