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Benefits and Insights

Why use SharePoint Portal Server 2003?

Key differentiators & advantages of SharePoint Portal Server 2003

  • Scalability and Reliability
    SharePoint Portal Server 2003 provides tools that you can use to easily deploy and manage your portal solution. Administrators can use SharePoint Portal Server 2003 to connect to and manage content resources. Additionally, administrators can use the management interface in SharePoint Portal Server 2003 to manage, monitor, and deploy Windows SharePoint Services sites, so your organization can work quickly and effectively.

  • Putting Information to Work
    SharePoint Portal Server 2003 helps you put information to work. Most organizations have a wealth of information that is stored in multiple formats and locations including file shares, Web sites, databases, and line-of-business applications. Tying this scattered information together, making it easier to find, and integrating it into the life of the business is a critical challenge. SharePoint Portal Server 2003 provides a unified portal to your data and information wherever it is located, and it helps you use that information effectively and productively.

  • Connecting People and Workspaces
    SharePoint Portal Server 2003 helps individuals and teams connect by facilitating collaboration and communication across the organization. SharePoint Portal Server 2003 builds upon the foundation of Windows SharePoint Services by providing a Site Directory to aggregate, organize, and create SharePoint sites across your organization, enabling you to build a true collaborative portal solution for your organization. Teams are able to publish new content to the portal, helping to preserve knowledge and expertise for the future.

  • Targeting and Tailoring Information
    SharePoint Portal Server 2003 puts data, information, and knowledge into context, enabling the portal to deliver to users everything they need to do their work. With SharePoint Portal Server 2003, you can customize the portal to deliver appropriate information, news, and applications to users based on who they are and what they do.