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SharePoint Server 2010 for Internet Sites
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Make Authoring Easier
Create a Compelling Online Experience
Build Rich Web Applications
Manage a Unified Infrastructure
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Deliver core content management capabilities in a single, extensible platform. Provide a consistent approach to managing traditional content (documents, spreadsheets, presentations), social content (blogs, wikis), Web content, and digital assets.
Define the structure, navigation, and appearance of Web sites. Maintain control over how sites are authored, approved, and published.
Use workflow templates to make it easier to collect feedback, approve content, and publish information.
Provide a flexible platform that helps authenticated users share ideas and expertise with one another.
Deliver an out-of-the-box search experience connected to Microsoft SharePoint 2010.
Use powerful search delivered through Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. This highly visual and contextual search experience uses advanced content and query processing.
Use this feature for multiple domains. A domain is a combination of a top-level domain (such as .com, .net, .org, .co.uk) with a subdomain. Examples of valid domains are example.com, example.co.uk, and example.net.
Take advantage of Excel Services and PerformancePoint Services connected to SharePoint Server 2010. Provide browser-based rendering of Microsoft Excel workbooks and easy-to-use tools for building dashboards, scorecards, and key performance indicators (KPI
Publish Microsoft InfoPath forms in SharePoint Server 2010. InfoPath forms can be rendered to users who haven’t installed the program to gather InfoPath information.
View and manage Microsoft Access databases through an Internet browser or linked HTML page.
Refresh and update data-connected Microsoft Visio 2010 diagrams from a variety of sources.
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