15 martie 2012 20:26the best features of SharePoint than in the Oracle's Content Management System
19 martie 2012 02:44Moderator
Hi Kumar G,
The two products each have advantages. I’m not familiar with Oracle production. SharePoint has these features as the following .
People and personalization
Business processes and forms
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19 martie 2012 07:11
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21 martie 2012 14:02First of all, thanks to Steven and Siva, appreciates your time.
After being done so much research on the "Comparison on Microsoft SharePoint Vs Oracle's Content Management":
Both the Applications are highly recommended for content management systems, it depends on their internal infrastructure if the infrastructure i.e other software(s) are on Microsoft then its better to go with SharePoint. Or If the company has other the software on Java and Oracle based then it is good to go with Oracle Content Management.
And also it is highly probable that long term product growth and enhancement will be more active in the SharePoint product line vs. Oracle CMS. Likely both products will advance in capabilities over time, but SharePoint seems to have the momentum. In addition, add on enhancement product selection looks to provide a wealth of focused vertical market solutions in the SharePoint environment. SharePoint looks to be more persistent in the marketplace than Oracle CMS.
Last but least: Oracle ECM is too expensive when compare with SharePoint.
More over most of the Federal Government Agencies are recommending SharePoint for their business processes since SharePoint makes e-Governance easier. Since Microsoft Office SharePoint Server is an integrated suite of server capabilities that can help improve organizational effectiveness by providing comprehensive content management and enterprise search, accelerating shared business processes, and facilitating information-sharing across boundaries for better business insight. Office SharePoint Server supports all intranet, extranet, and Web applications across an enterprise within one integrated platform, instead of relying on separate fragmented systems.
For example, as per my requirement my company has using the Microsoft Office 2010, MS CRM 2011, BizTalk 2010 and ASP.NET applications so I would highly suggest the Microsoft SharePoint 2010.
Hope this will help you.
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