SharePoint Review – Frequently Asked Questions
You might be asking yourself some of these questions below. However, if we have not answered all of your questions or if there is anything else you are unsure of please contact us using the form on this page.
What is the typical Microsoft SharePoint pricing?
The price of the SharePoint Online is included in many different license plans. You can find full details by visiting Microsoft’s SharePoint Pricing.
How to get started after reading this SharePoint Review?
You can read all about SharePoint Online as a product directly on the Microsoft website by visiting SharePoint Online. However, if you require any assistance getting starting with SharePoint online, get in touch with us today via a form on this page.
What are the main SharePoint competitor products?
Often our clients come to us because they are already using competitor products such as DropBox, WeTransfer, box, Confluence, Huddle, or Google G Suite and are looking to migrate into SharePoint Online.
Each competitor above will have their own pros and cons just like with SharePoint Online.
However, for typically the competitors that are listed above are used by much smaller businesses. Once a business starts to scale these products are no longer fit for purpose.
Who uses SharePoint?
Businesses and charitable organisations of all shapes and sectors use SharePoint for different purposes.
Often in medium, large or enterprise sized organisations different departments will have ownership for separate areas of the Modern SharePoint Intranet.
The Marketing department may wish to have an approved image library that allows colleagues to collect branded materials.
A Finance department may wish to provide the organisation a site to access key documents such as the latest expense request form.
How can I get SharePoint Support?
If your organisation is getting started with SharePoint or potentially already using it but struggling, Valto are here to help.
We can provide support to you directly from our support desk or provide training to your existing team to upskill them allowing them to support themselves.