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Specifically, these groups (and many more) could use SharePoint Team
Services:
A workgroup organizing an annual meeting for an insurance
company
An HR team charged with evaluating, discussing, selecting, and
administering a new benefits package
A software development group testing and discussing its newest
product
A group of trainers organizing a shared conference from separate
locations
A publishing team collaborating on a fast-track book
A recruiting firm creating a proposal for outplacement services on
behalf of a major corporation
An IT work team organizing system training materials for new hires
A small accounting firm preparing a tax summary package for
preferred clients
A financial planning and analysis group that needs to stay in touch
with ongoing training, new materials, industry news, and more
A legal team collecting data; organizing resources; and writing,
revising, and discussing a developing project
When users need a Web site they can create and contribute to immediately,
SharePoint Team Services is ready with an out-of-the-box answer. The easy-to-use
interface, integration with familiar Office applications, and simple list-management
features make it easy for collaborating information workers to create, organize,
and manage data and documents in a way that works best for them.
A First Look at SharePoint Portal Server
While SharePoint Team Services is the answer to individual workgroups
focusing on individual projects and events, SharePoint Portal Server sits on top of
Team Services, adding the extended functionality of an enterprise portal.
SharePoint Portal Server can be used in a single work area (similar to SharePoint
Team Services), but its real power extends company-wide, providing those with
the necessary permissions (employees, vendors, clients, and others) access to
powerful search features; indexing capabilities; sophisticated
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