Compare Micro Focus Vibe vs. Microsoft Office SharePoint Server

Micro Focus Vibe is ranked 18th in Enterprise Social Software with 1 review while Microsoft Office SharePoint Server is ranked 6th in Enterprise Social Software with 13 reviews. Micro Focus Vibe is rated 3.0, while Microsoft Office SharePoint Server is rated 7.2. The top reviewer of Micro Focus Vibe writes "The speed of opening files and folders is too slow and can be very frustrating". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server writes "Helpful alerts, historic file version audit capability, and full integration with Office ". Micro Focus Vibe is most compared with SharePoint and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server, whereas Microsoft Office SharePoint Server is most compared with Micro Focus Vibe, SAP Jam and Oracle WebCenter.
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It's relatively easy to create folders or workspaces.

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This solution has provided us with a collaborative workspace to allow everyone to work together and be on the same page.The software is friendly to use for mixing data and analyzing it.It's a very robust product.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.The solution's most valuable features is its document management. It allows sharing with external users and integrates well with Office apps and Microsoft Flow.The most valuable features for us are their document management list and hybrid forms. and We also use third party ad-dons to achieve workflows and other recent apps.The level of stability is good.The solution's most valuable aspects are its collaboration capabilities, its communications site and the innovation within the product itself.

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The speed of opening files is too slow and should be increased.

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I would like to see more Agile techniques and seamless integration with other applications.This solution is not very stable. It is useful to arrange data but it's not the best for big data. Sometimes we have issues with our reports as a result.The product could be improved by accommodating different technologies, particularly integration.The ability to preview files in different formats should be expanded to include formats such as embedded postscript (EPS), AutoCAD, and Adobe Acrobat PDF.The solution needs to enable better sharing capabilities between users and external users. Several users also have problems with linking their emails to their Microsoft account.I think these tools do a pretty good job. There is only one area of improvement. Maybe Microsoft can invest a little bit more into the ease at which integration can be done with other third party applications.The solution is like a CRM, so the initial setup is complex. It takes a few days to deploy the solution and the length of time depends on how large the company's topology is and what the client's demands are.The permission management features need improvement.

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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.One of the reasons why we don't recommend the cloud version of SharePoint is the cost. With the on premise version, you pay for the license once. For the cloud version, there is a recurring fee. It is very expensive. They expect everyone to pay $20 or $30 per user per month.

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Overview
An app that pulls information about your email contacts' interests, experience, etc. from their social media accounts.

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.

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Ludwig-Maximilians-Universit_t MªnchenDel Monte Foods, Unicredit Leasing, Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council, Nokia Czech Republic, Perkins Eastman, JLL, ICA, óxito Software, Dorset Software, PKP Cargo, Arcapita Bank B.S.C., AVE CZ, Chesapeake Energy
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