October 27, 2010
SharePoint developers’ wonder where SharePoint 2013 will exist in the year 2013,
how would it look & function or will it be a better product than its competitors have launched.
Better integration with external platforms. SharePoint 2010 allows pulling in data from the external systems, utilizing a variety of
practices, while SP2013 has to get a lead from social networking sites like Linkedin, Facebook
and Twitter as well as helps it talk to additional platforms. Twitter, leading the way in this
direction, and gets incorporated into a range of apps & sites. Facebook, on the other hand,
has been making a lot of efforts and succeeding considerably, with a view to making itself
the defacto authentication way on the web.
Drop box style document management. SharePoint 2010, being central strength of the product, is a very excellent document manage-
ment system. Having docs into SharePoint plays an essential role to help it succeed as a DMS.
Mapped drives simplify it; however it always remains a big deal to shake-up. Better Integration of emails. SharePoint is touted to be the centre of digital working and SharePoint 2013 has to do
something like Outlook and Exchange. A degree of integration is already available here;
however it doesn’t go too far. Why should a version of Outlook webmail be built directly into
SharePoint 2013? Let me manage and deal with my email as though it were an extension of
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