.: Dave Dan :.

Lo peor que puede hacerse es cruzar un precipicio en dos saltos.

'Fair', 'Good', 'Better' and 'Best' of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server

Buenas a todos.

Hace un par de días, Microsoft ha liberado la versión final del documento 'Microsoft Office Programs and SharePoint Products and Technologies Integration – Fair, Good, Better, Best en el que se pueden ver los diferentes niveles de integración de las aplicaciones de la Suite de Office con los portales Sharepoint y las diferencias entre ellos.

Para ir abriendo boca os dejo una breve entradilla del mismo:

“Fair” with Microsoft Office 2000

Microsoft Office 2000 provides simple file operations against and basic interactions with Windows SharePoint Services, allowing users to open and save documents on SharePoint sites from their Office 2000 applications and receive alerts in Outlook 2000.

“Good” with Microsoft Office XP

Microsoft Office XP provides a good level of data integration with Windows SharePoint Services, including interactive access to data stored on SharePoint sites, allowing users to export list data to Excel XP and view properties and metadata for files stored on SharePoint sites.

“Better” with the Microsoft Office 2003 Editions

Microsoft Office 2003 Editions provide a very good level of integration with Windows SharePoint Services, allowing users to create documents, organize team meetings and activities, access and analyze data from SharePoint sites, and use FrontPage 2003 to customize lists or Web Parts on SharePoint sites. Users can also use the data integration between the Office 2003 Editions and Windows SharePoint Services to move data to and from the SharePoint site and create databases linked to data stored on SharePoint sites.

“Best” with the 2007 Microsoft Office Suites

The 2007 Microsoft Office Suites provide the best level of rich, contextual integration with Windows SharePoint Services and Office SharePoint Server, allowing users to interact with SharePoint sites without leaving their Office programs and to have two-way synchronization with collaborative information and documents as well as business data stored on SharePoint sites.

Espero que os sirva de ayuda.

Un Saludo

Posted: 19/4/2007 11:56 por David Herraiz | con 1 comment(s)
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