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3 Reasons to Use Microsoft SharePoint

Favoured by a large number of businesses, from web development agencies to large-scale enterprises, Microsoft SharePoint offers a way to store data, collaborate, manage files, and access data from any device. This cloud-based tool is especially useful in the software industry, thanks to its ability to build apps collaboratively and securely. It can be used in various other industries as well, offering a way to manage data on the cloud from any location and device. 

Why Use Microsoft SharePoint?

Microsoft SharePoint offers many advantages. Some of the biggest benefits of this tool include the following:

1. Security

Data security is more important than ever before. In the cloud, it is even more important. With state-of-the-art security, SharePoint ensures data integrity and protects authorised access proactively. Up to date, integrated security features include permission management, clear transparency in revisions, and multiple security layers at document and app level.

2. Flexibility

This tool offers a large amount of flexibility, acting as an intranet for sharing data, scheduling tasks, storing contacts, and performing many other functions within an organisation. Permission levels can be set on a user level. Additional features over and beyond document management and storage include social networking, company information and many other things that help businesses run more smoothly.

3. Integration

Like all of Microsoft’s cloud-based tools, SharePoint is designed to easily integrate within your current systems. It works especially well with Microsoft 365 and its related tools, along with any other tools you may be using within your business. This ensures a seamless experience when migrating to SharePoint, reducing challenges and simplifying the migration significantly. 

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