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Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010

Get a collaboration platform for your organization and the web to provide easy access to curriculum resources, student records, and classroom materials and activities.

Academic organizations need powerful tools to support the collaborative, mobile, and virtual work styles that help educators and students work together and stay productive anywhere.* The Microsoft SharePoint 2010 family of products includes SharePoint Server, SharePoint Designer, and SharePoint Foundation. These products make up an education collaboration platform that helps empower people with ready-to-use functions and integrated features that can be deployed as intranet, extranet, or Internet solutions and that can work with existing applications, processes, and institutional data.

Connect and help make people more productive

​Educators and students can work in ways that are most effective for them whether they are offline or connected to the network by a PC, web browser, or mobile phone. These capabilities are enhanced by the seamless integration between SharePoint and Microsoft Office 2010 and help people be more productive with familiar products and tools. ​​

Help cut costs with a unified infrastructure

​With enterprise-scale manageability and availability, SharePoint 2010 can lower your academic organization’s total cost of ownership. Because the SharePoint collaboration platform can be deployed across all types of sites - as part of your intranet, an extranet, or the Internet - your information and communications technology (ICT) department can save money by using a single platform to address your organization's diverse range of requirements.

Streamline content creation and publishing

​SharePoint 2010 can support the full life cycle of content management - from creation to archive. Your staff can automate processes that quickly write, publish, and manage sites. And your team can even provide self-service features for internal use and for prospective students, parents, alumni, and others outside of the organization.