SharePoint Server 2013, including the new SharePoint Online has new and improved features for enterprise mobility that are available to improve productivity and user experience. While many of these features are worthy of a deep dive, we’ve highlighted a few mobile capabilities for you to learn more in detail.
Mark Gilbert from Gartner Research said “Sharepoint wasn’t made for mobile and that Microsoft has a sluggish response to Sharepoint mobile development”; he certainly wasn’t talking about the new Sharepoint 2013.
SharePoint 2013 is the latest release from Microsoft, offering exciting new features for social networking, content management, collaboration, and a revised Sharepoint mobile development. The mobile development capabilities include an optimized browser experience for smartphones and tablets that provide a clean and easy experience. Apart from great browsing experience, Microsoft has also made it easy to access web forums, wikis, lists and document libraries.
Since the introduction of SharePoint, it has delivered valuable, out-of-the-box functionality to meet the specific needs, such as business processes, records management, compliance, and on the go mobile access.
The capabilities do not end here, as there are many more wonderful enhancements in SharePoint, which we will review in detail below.
Are you looking to save your important enterprise documents, want to stay in touch about the latest organization updates via mobile/tablet access to the important files, or to enable mobile friendly websites? It is possible through Sharepoint 2013. Our team will help you to implement the best practices of SharePoint 2013 to achieve your business goals.