Top Reasons to Upgrade to Microsoft SharePoint 2010
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Productivity in any size corporation relies on easy, secure collaboration between end-users. Access to shared data and content and the ability to work with it together moves projects along faster. Of course, collaboration facilities only improve productivity if they are constantly available to all users, reliable, and perform at the speed of business. The platform that allows seamless collaboration across companies is often provided by Microsoft SharePoint. With the release of Microsoft SharePoint 2010, IT administrators have greater control over the collaboration environment, which includes Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2, and increased ability to protect, scale, manage, and, when needed, restore services. Dell and Intel® provide hardware solutions that work in conjunction with SharePoint and SQL Server feature sets to ensure reliability and high performance of business-critical collaboration environments.

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