Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Figure 3-3 The SharePoint Team Services Web sites are list-based,
offering users a variety of simple ways to add, modify, view, and organize
What Can You Do with SharePoint Team Services?
SharePoint Team Services in Office 2003 is built on Windows .NET Server
and SQL Server, which among other things enables it to take advantage of the
full standards-based XML support built into the infrastructure of Office 2003.
This means that you can upload and download lists seamlessly to and from
SharePoint Team Services sites, outputting them as XML data that can be used
in many different ways. This is just one small part of what SharePoint Team
Services offers in this release. The following list gives you a fuller picture of
what you can do with SharePoint Team Services, whether you’re an end user
creating a simple group site or a developer extending the functionality of
Work collaboratively—sharing documents, assigning tasks, and
managing processes—with other members of a team or workgroup.