Microsoft SharePoint Server 2016 is designed for organizations that need more control over SharePoint’s behavior or design. SharePoint Server is installed on the IT infrastructure and has access to a wide set of features and customization capabilities, including the ability to share content, organize into teams, discover answers, build websites, and manage risk. It now offers more tools to build communities that can collaborate together more effectively.
Enhanced Search Features
Enhanced search features enable users to find content easily regardless of the physical location of data. SharePoint Server 2016 now supports uploading and downloading files larger than 2,047 MB. Learn about SharePoint implementation and customization services at DesignMind.
SharePoint Server 2016 is a powerful tool for many different purposes
This video shows how you can easily create a dashboard with Power View and share it with colleagues and management. Watch the video, and then if you’re ready to evaluate SharePoint Server 2016 yourself, you can download a trial version.
SharePoint provides a single infrastructure that can support all your business web sites.
Tools allow non-programmers to create valuable business applications.
Everyone in your organization can access information in databases, reports, and business applications.
Content Management is easy and includes support for many document types, retention policies, and managed metadata.
SharePoint Server 2016 has enhanced search capabilities, including FAST Search, for internal searches. Unlike public web search engines, FAST operates in private company networks, such as intranet and document libraries.
Security and Compliance
SharePoint Server includes new features designed to keep sensitive information safe and give the right information to the right people, at the right time. New features include document deletion and in-place hold policies.
Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) is the full version of a portal-based platform for collaboratively creating, managing and sharing documents and Web services. MOSS enables users to create “SharePoint Portals” that include shared workspaces, applications, blogs, wikis and other documents accessible through a Web browser.