SharePoint version comparison to enhance workability and productivity

Every time we imagine a real estate solution regarding its documentation and workability, we are assailed by the question of which version of SharePoint will be necessary to implement it. On the one hand, we have the version that we usually call “free” (before WSS3.0 or now the Foundation), but which is really paid for, included in the server license and the CALs of client users, and a SQL Server will also be necessary. 

The truth is that there are a lot of good things that can be done with this basic platform, but as soon as we begin to stretch it to scale functionally and within the different uses in an organization, it will be necessary to go up to the portal version (the standard and the enterprise).

A suggestion from a SharePoint consulting firm

As a Microsoft consulting firm, We usually explain that the Foundation (previously WSS … Read More