SharePoint CIP Collaboration, Interoperability, Platform
- Published: 14 December 2018
We’ve talked a lot about the ins and outs defining SharePoint!
To recap, SharePoint is a cloud-based server that drives on-premise capabilities managing content, striking communication and enabling remote conversations internally and externally within a business.
Implementing a SharePoint Solutions strategy enables businesses to optimise on managing content and collaboration. The CIP structure refers to collaboration, interoperability and platform with each level offering various functions and capabilities to enable a more efficient and secure online work environment.
- Collaboration – Bringing people together through different types of team-based work, such as enterprise content management, web content and more. SharePoint’s collaboration abilities and features are managed through applications that are easily built and customisable
- Interoperability – Enabling computer systems to exchange and make use of information. For example, through office and web-based document integration, capability to build and deploy custom solutions and integrating with wider web technologies are deployed through the cloud
- Platform – The above two levels are bought together through extensibility built upon developer tools, cloud integration (developing and deploying apps) and other forms of authentication.
- Enables groups to set up centralised, password-protected spaces for sharing documents and content
- Ability to store, download and edit documents before uploading them again for sharing
- Multiple features tailored to different workloads
A SharePoint strategy enables businesses to focus on increasing and achieving successful results without the frustration and hesitation of using multiple unstable and non-user friendly platforms.
As a leading SharePoint Solutions provider, we work with you to understand the unique aspects of your business processes to deliver solutions that are tailored to your requirements.