In these days of connectivity, your smartphone is your workplace. While companies and employees readily embrace the concept of remote working, sharing sensitive office information remotely and securely is still a challenge.
EPC Group integrates Microsoft (News - Alert) SharePoint and Project Servers and helps users share content in a better way. The company was recently selected by a National Conservation Non-Profit Organization to deploy a Microsoft SharePoint 2010 environment. The deal comes with external and internal websites provided by the EPC Group.
“We are thrilled to work with such an incredible organization that provides an essential service to our country by helping to conserve the natural beauty around us,” said Miranda Salley, vice president of EPC Group. “It has been a pleasure working with them on the design phase and we look forward to the completion and launch of their new websites, which will help to increase their outreach to the public and also simplify collaboration within the organization.”
As the name suggests, Microsoft SharePoint makes it easier to store and share sensitive data. Users have the option to create sites based on usage patterns and topics, which makes the synchronization of data easier and quicker. Microsoft SharePoint also helps developers build attractive web sites by tapping into resources shared in the cloud.
EPC Group has been involved in many partnerships and initiatives when it comes to enhancing the usage of Microsoft SharePoint. In January 2011, the company joined hands with ARRAY Information Technology to help the federal government make better use of Microsoft SharePoint. Having installed some America’s largest SharePoint deployments in the last few years, EPC Group believes that the company has what it takes to carry out this project.
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