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The 2010 and 2007 Editions of Microsoft SharePoint

This article explains the differences between Microsoft SharePoint editions 2010 and 2007. In the 2010 edition they made huge changes and massive improvements. Microsoft has made the integration of the Microsoft office suite seamless, enhanced development features and they have deployed the new ribbon feature throughout the solution.

Some of 2010’s advantages and improvements over 2007:

  1. Access Services
  2. Ask Me About feature
  3. Audience Targeting
  4. Business Connectivity Services
  5. Calculated KPIs
  6. Chart Web Parts
  7. Content Organizer
  8. Contextual Ribbon
  9. Document Sets
  10. Enhanced Navigation
  11. Enterprise Wikis
  12. Flexible Records Management
  13. Improved Accessibility and Compliance
  14. Improved Validation for Lists and Libraries
  15. Improved Visualizations
  16. Input Validation
  17. Keyword Suggestions
  18. KPI Details
  19. Microsoft Silverlight
  20. Mobile Connectivity – Full-Fidelity Viewing and Editing to Mobile
  21. Multilingual
  22. My Network
  23. New Templates
  24. Note Board
  25. Office Web Applications
  26. Office Web Services
  27. Organization Browser
  28. PowerShell Scripting
  29. Previews, Thumbnails, and View In Browser
  30. Ratings
  31. Recent Activities
  32. Rich Media Management
  33. Sandboxed Solutions
  34. Search In Context
  35. Share Content Types And Managed Metadata Service
  36. Social Behaviour Improves Relevance
  37. Social Bookmarks
  38. Support For Analytical Services Formatting
  39. Tag Clouds
  40. Tag Profiles
  41. Tagging
  42. Visio Services
  43. Word Automation Services

The upgrade from 2007 to 2010 can be done by skilled staff and would give your organisation huge advantages over 2007.

Here at Evoke IT we have been developing on 2010 since its beta release. We can support 2007 and also perform upgrades where required but our advice is to use the 2010 or 2013 platform due to the large changes and improvements that Microsoft have made.

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