Since a wrote an earlier version of this post in 2017, many things have changed, but Microsoft SharePoint endures. I'm still working with SharePoint capabilities in Office 365 and Dynamics 365. I have been working with SharePoint since it was Microsoft Tahoe Server in 2001, and I have a soft spot in my heart for this software. My company InfoStrat has been a Microsoft SharePoint Gold Partner, and we have implemented SharePoint at small companies, large federal agencies, and many clients in between. I even wrote a book on SharePoint a long time ago. SharePoint has risen in popularity over the years and may be more popular than ever today, even as its visibility as a standalone product is declining. Few products have endured as long as SharePoint, or had so many facets. SharePoint is so many things -- document management, records management, portal, intranet, collaboration, workflow, search engine, business forms processing, even private social network, business data cat
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