Excerpt from the Microsoft: evaluation:

"SharePoint has historically struggled to align with industry standards for publishing and deployment. In SP 2013, Microsoft has addressed a few of the issues. First and foremost, site managers can now produce search engine-friendly URLs. This feature comes in the form of ..."

(P. 474 in the Web Content & Experience Management Report. )

Dynamics 365 Customer Insights

Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Marketing

Microsoft Planner

Microsoft PowerApps

Microsoft Stream

Microsoft Forms

Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Intelligent Search

Microsoft Flow

Dynamics 365


Office 365 Groups

OneDrive for Business

SharePoint Online

Workplace Analytics


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