We asked business professionals to review the solutions they use. Here are some excerpts of what they said:
"This solution is great for inviting and sharing documents with other users."
"The implementation and configuring of the resolution are very easy in the online version."
"The most valuable feature is that it is very usable. I can navigate it, I can have a media call, I can have a call with my project team, so we can chat with every team kind of like WhatsApp. Any time there are projects or other things, we can chat in a secure way. It's automation-specific secure."
"Ability to collaborate with others in one location."
"Document management and records management features are the most valuable."
"The collaboration, the ability for multiple users to work on a single document."
"The most valuable feature is the "Alert Me", which provides the ability to set an alert when content is either added or changed and that the alerts can be either real-time or aggregated for the day or the week."
"It is a decent tool for collaboration, especially if you are already using other Office products."
"This solution has provided us with a collaborative workspace to allow everyone to work together and be on the same page."
"I had a very bitter experience with their mobile app."
"The solution needs to have more flexibility. The classic version had more flexibility, however, the modern version has many more limitations."
"The areas around security, such as protection, need to be included."
"The user interface needs improvement because there is a lot of stuff in there. I use five to eight navigation buttons. It should be more user-friendly. Frequently used menu items should be arranged in a proper way. That would be helpful."
"I would like to see more Agile techniques and seamless integration with other applications."
"I would like to see the integration with Teams reinforced."
"The product is behind in development and lacks some features."
"Workflows could be simplified."
"The ability to preview files in different formats should be expanded to include formats such as embedded postscript (EPS), AutoCAD, and Adobe Acrobat PDF."
"It's cheaper compared to similar products available"
"It can be expensive for on-premises deployments, especially when you have to support SQL Server as your backend database. That's where the cost comes into play. SQL Server has its own licensing, which Microsoft keeps on changing. Therefore, it can become costly. In the earlier versions of SharePoint, version 2007 or 2010, they had an express version where the SQL Server licensing was free. It wasn't like a full-blown SharePoint. It was only a slimmed-down version. It used to be whatever your hardware costs. You would install the free software and work with it, but you were very limited in what you could do in SharePoint. If you wanted the SharePoint Enterprise Server with all the bells and whistles, then you had to pay more to get the SQL Server license based on the number of users or servers. The subscription model is different for cloud deployments. Licensing is per user and per month. The cost also depends on the storage required. If you have a lot of sites or documents, then you need to expand it based on your needs."
"Pricing plans may be flexible depending on volume usage and your corporate relationship with Microsoft."
"There are some aggressive discounts offered by Microsoft for organizations that are not for profit, which we are, and it makes it quite attractive to consider."
Amazon WorkDocs is a fully managed, secure content creation, storage, and collaboration service. With Amazon WorkDocs, you can easily create, edit, and share content, and because it’s stored centrally on AWS, access it from anywhere on any device. Amazon WorkDocs makes it easy to collaborate with others, and lets you easily share content, provide rich feedback, and collaboratively edit documents. You can use Amazon WorkDocs to retire legacy file share infrastructure by moving file shares to the cloud. Amazon WorkDocs lets you integrate with your existing systems, and offers a rich API so that you can develop your own content-rich applications. Amazon WorkDocs is built on AWS, where your content is secured on the world's largest cloud infrastructure.
With Amazon WorkDocs, there are no upfront fees or commitments. You pay only for active user accounts, and the storage you use. Amazon WorkDocs provides a 30-day free trial with 1 TB of storage per user for up to 50 users.
Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) is a Microsoft software portal based on the ASP.NET framework. MOSS facilitates file sharing and collaboration, social networking, Web databases and Web publishing. It is hosted by Microsoft Windows Server and is accessible through Microsoft Office or the Web.
Amazon WorkDocs is ranked 10th in Content Collaboration Platforms with 1 review while Microsoft Office SharePoint Server is ranked 8th in Content Collaboration Platforms with 9 reviews. Amazon WorkDocs is rated 8.0, while Microsoft Office SharePoint Server is rated 8.8. The top reviewer of Amazon WorkDocs writes "A great collaboration service for small organizations". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server writes "Stable, integrates well with Teams, and has flexible and helpful support". Amazon WorkDocs is most compared with Office 365, G Suite Enterprise, Dropbox, Microsoft OneDrive and Quip, whereas Microsoft Office SharePoint Server is most compared with Datto Workplace, HighQ, CTERA Drive, SAP Jam and Hyland ShareBase.
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