Compare Microsoft Office SharePoint Server vs. Slack

Microsoft Office SharePoint Server is ranked 13th in Enterprise Social Software with 6 reviews while Slack is ranked 4th in Enterprise Social Software with 8 reviews. Microsoft Office SharePoint Server is rated 6.4, while Slack is rated 8.8. The top reviewer of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server writes "A solution that doesn't require coding, is easy to scale, and easy to set up". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Slack writes "Real-time collaboration and simultaneous document editing increases team productivity". Microsoft Office SharePoint Server is most compared with SAP Jam, Micro Focus Vibe and Oracle WebCenter, whereas Slack is most compared with Symphony, SharePoint and Workplace by Facebook. See our Microsoft Office SharePoint Server vs. Slack report.
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Pros
The solution's most valuable aspects are its collaboration capabilities, its communications site and the innovation within the product itself.The forms aspect of the solution, for example, the creation of surveys, is its most valuable aspect.The solution is pretty easy to use for the most part.The most valuable aspect of the solution is the fact that it doesn't require coding. You just need to configure it. You don't need to code before getting something running. It makes it very fast.The solution is scalable. You can do both horizontal and vertical scaling.The most valuable feature of this solution is the Communication Site.

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Slack is a powerpack bundle of features that help small or large organizations to handle teams and their tasks.Its intuitive design makes it easy to use and understand, hence we do not have a need to spend much on educating our teams.Overall, it is a good idea as it works better than most solutions out there.It has definitively made an improvement on our productivity. Information does not got lost in hundreds of less important messages.Its integration with different apps is a great feature.

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Cons
The permission management features need improvement.The search feature needs improvement. I can never find the information I need when I use it.Sharepoint doesn't integrate well with Oracle, and we use a lot of Oracle products at our company. Therefore, it makes more sense for us to go to Oracle instead of continuing to use Sharepoint.Technical support could be improved. They are not fast enough, especially when we'll go deeper in the product itself. More complex issues make it very tough to find someone that can help you.The solution needs to be more collaborative. I believe they are just coming up with the themes for this right now.Many of our customers would like to see an OCR feature, so it would be very good to have this in a future release.

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I would like to see the social sharing of blogs, announcements, or other news directly from the message corner.The only area of concern that I have is with the inability to preview received documents without having to download them first.The mobile app needs improvement. It consistently misses notifications.Notifications are not as good as they could be (especially for mobile).Slack could add additional and better integrations.

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Overview

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.

Slack is where work happens. It’s a digital workspace that powers your organization — all the pieces and the people — so you can get things done.

Slack brings all your communication together in one place. It's real-time messaging, archiving and search for modern teams.

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Sample Customers
Del 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 EnergyStrava, The New York Times, Spotify, Blue Bottle Coffee Company, Eventbrite, Box, Circa, Stripe
Top Industries
REVIEWERS
Retailer29%
Government14%
Comms Service Provider14%
Software R&D Company14%
REVIEWERS
Marketing Services Firm36%
Financial Services Firm14%
Software R&D Company7%
Energy/Utilities Company7%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Comms Service Provider16%
Software R&D Company14%
Financial Services Firm10%
Healthcare Company10%
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