Many companies do not plan well enough when they deploying Microsoft’s (News - Alert) SharePoint platform. Thus, these businesses are not able to enjoy the full array of benefits this offering powers.
In order to enable Sharepoint users to migrate much smother to the SharePoint environment, MetaVis Technologies, a Microsoft Gold certified ISV, has made its popular Office 365 and SharePoint 2013 Team Site Posters available to both SharePoint users and SharePoint user groups.
SharePoint 2013 Team Site Posters offer a serial approach for users to plan their SharePoint 2013 transition strategies with ease. These posters will help users to gain access to a visual representation of what is included in the default 2013 team site.
Peter Senescu, president and co-founder of MetaVis Technologies, said in a statement, “Being able to graphically see a SharePoint 2013 site architecture is extremely helpful in planning a migration strategy, over the years, SharePoint users have found these posters to be a valuable tool in helping design their SharePoint architecture. We are excited to make them available and work with local user groups to make this resource widely accessible to any SharePoint user.”
MetaVis Technologies is a provider of software to help organize SharePoint and Office 365 environments for improved search and governance functionality. MetaVis’s entire product line of SharePoint 2013 recently made its debut, enabling companies to begin laying out their SharePoint 2013 deployment strategy now. The company also offers a Migration Suite, Administration Suite, Office 365 Suite, Informant for SharePoint, and Information Manager Power User Edition. These products are agentless and are instead based on intuitive, graphical interfaces that are easy to use and can be installed in a short period of time.
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Edited by Jamie Epstein