3 Ways to Collaborate with SharePoint

SharePoint is a tool part of the Office 365 suite of products – Office 365 offers highly available, secure office solutions designed to simplify IT management while reducing overhead costs. Office 365 includes Office, Exchange, SharePoint and Lync, offered through a web-based subscription service.

Here are a few ways to utilize SharePoint to enhance project collaboration in your workplace (pulled from the Microsoft Office 365 community blog):

    1. Dealing with a large project? Using SharePoint Online to create Project Sites can help organize different tasks and complex structures – Project Sites can hold task lists, document libraries, team member contact information, calendars and more.


    1. Any project member (even those outside of your organization) can access a secure Project Site through SharePoint. Because Office 365 is cloud-based, all the data (documents and other information sources) stored on SharePoint Online can be viewed in a browser, without the need to download the documents first.


    1. Synchronize planning – no more need for spreadsheets or random documentation. With SharePoint, online task lists can be viewed by all project members, and can be updated as members complete tasks.

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