SharePoint Pros and Cons
The metadata services, the WCF service integration and the Voxel feature are three most valuable elements of this solution.
Tech support tops off as excellent.View full review »
It's stable. It's very widely used by companies. Also, the knowledge of the product has improved over the years, and by other companies that support it or are Microsoft SharePoint partners. So if there are problems, there's always a user or company that knows the information or can help you; even with very uncommon problems.View full review »
For any organization with more than one person in it, if they are trying to organize things to let people in the company know what others are doing, then this solution is good for them.View full review »
The workflow feature is valuable because it enables us to cascade responsibilities.View full review »
The online editing capabilities, file sharing, auditing, information security, ease of solution management, and the easy user adaptation to the platform are the most valuable features.View full review »
This solution has helped us with the categorization, organization, management, discovery, and delivery of program and project related information.View full review »
It has helped us with storing all the documents, which means that people are not going to intervene. There is a way of extracting knowledge within documentation and tracking it. There are knowledge assets for where documentation is stored, indexed and searchable through SharePoint.View full review »
Information is now available instantly to managers on all devices.
The ability to take Excel files and make them dynamic SharePoint lists with instant reporting capabilities has been a major benefit.
OneDrive and SharePoint provide a secure, fully auditable way of storing information.View full review »
It allows for simultaneous users to be on it.
Information is much more readily available.
SharePoint has made things easier with the increased functionality for building the portals, microsites, and total integration with Microsoft categories.View full review »
It is very stable.View full review »
The initial setup was very complex.View full review »
The integration with Outlook could be improved.View full review »
I would like a simpler, more cost-effective solution for connecting data sources with workflows and BI tools, or data mining tools.View full review »
Workflow is something that can become more intelligent.View full review »
The way to change the version of the files in SharePoint should be improved. The method of synchronizing files from local to cloud can also use improvement.View full review »
This solution would benefit from the implementation of enhanced online forms and template development capabilities.View full review »
Search can be improved a lot because we are always trying to compare it with Google Search. Beyond that, it would be helpful to tag the documents.View full review »
Annoyingly, many new Office 365 apps always end up being only US locale for the first year of their life. Microsoft needs to realise that most of their customers are not in the USA.
You still need a bit of expertise to add branding.
The company also needs to make sure that their policies are dictating how information is stored and used, instead of letting SharePoint take control.View full review »
It should have more user-friendly customization, as it still requires developers to get engaged and build sites.
I would like it to be more compliant with global regulations. There are certain features which could be included that currently are not there, such as compliance and record management capabilities.View full review »
I understand that some functions are lost when you store the information in a file system, so maybe that's a way SharePoint can improve.View full review »