SharePoint -- not necessarily the most suitable choice for public websites

June 2008
IM@T.Online;Jun2008, p11
Trade Publication
The article offers information on a report published by J. Boye firm regarding Microsoft Corp.'s SharePoint software for public websites. Analysts Janus Boye and Dorthe Jespersen concluded in their research that most organizations use SharePoint for their websites and the software has become an ideal web solution. However the report states, most organizations do not realize that SharePoint is not as safe as they believe and sometimes doesn't match their web requirements.


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