sponsored by Colligo Networks Inc.
Posted:  18 May 2011
Published:  18 May 2011
Format:  PDF
Length:  8  Page(s)
Type:  White Paper
Language:  English

SharePoint is quickly becoming the centerpiece of collaboration for business processes in many top corporations. However, since it can only be accessed through a browser and requires a constant connection to the server, SharePoint only works when users are “online."

Users working on a plane or at a client site can't utilize the business process management capabilities of SharePoint until they're able to connect. It also means that the user experience is limited by the browser paradigm, which significantly restricts the performance and usability of the application.

This white paper examines the typical requirements for offline access in a number of scenarios and SharePoint site configurations. It also offers a checklist to consider when evaluating competitive solutions. These considerations include:

  • One or two-way synchronization
  • User configured site/content selection
  • Intuitive user interface
  • Easy to deploy and configure
  • And more

Business Intelligence | Business Process Management | Business Process Management Software | Content Management | Content Management Services | Content Management Software | SharePoint

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