Microsoft® SharePoint™ Portal Server 2001 extends the capabilities of Microsoft Windows and Microsoft Office by offering knowledge workers a powerful new way to organize, find and share information. For system architects and developers, SharePoint Portal Server is a solution that delivers dramatic new value by combining the ability to easily create corporate Web portals with document management, enterprise content indexing, and team collaboration features.
This release of SharePoint Portal Server is the first opportunity to learn about the extensive capabilities of the product. The most frequently asked question is likely to be “How can I effectively use SharePoint Portal Server in my organization?” The goal of this white paper is to help you understand how SharePoint Portal Server can help you solve the content management needs of your organization.
What is SharePoint Portal Server?
As an organization creates and collects information, people spend increasing amounts of time searching, organizing, and managing that information. SharePoint Portal Server combines the ability to quickly create corporate Web portals with search functions, document management features, and collaboration options. SharePoint Portal Server is tightly integrated with the tools you use every day – Microsoft Windows Explorer, Microsoft Office applications, and browsers – to help you create, manage and share content throughout your organization
For Windows and Office users, SharePoint Portal Server is a rich server for knowledge workers to easily find, share and publish information. SharePoint Portal Server delivers dramatic new value as a single solution for corporate dashboard sites, document management, content searching and team collaboration.
Visit the SharePoint Portal Server web site http://www.microsoft.com/servers/sharepoint for more information.