In recent weeks, we’ve heard a ton of news about Microsoft’s SharePoint 2010.
Most corporations use SharePoint for collaboration on a single platform through extranets and the Internet. Revising the toolset, as Microsoft does with the new SharePoint 2010, means major changes in how people work together.
That’s why we got in touch with AvePoint, an international infrastructure management company based in Jersey City, N.J., to talk to us about SharePoint.
AvePoint is one of the leading vendors making SharePoint tools for users spread around the world.
Chris Foreman, vice president of Enterprise Sales, talks to us in this building43 video about what his firm is doing to prepare its more than 5,000 customers for SharePoint 2010.
One aspect of the updated SharePoint that will have at least an indirect effect on everyone, he says, is that its 64-bit architecture gives another push to moving the computer world to that software standard.