e-SharePoint designs, builds, and supports Microsoft SharePoint solutions from the simplest out-of-the-box deployments through sophisticated multi-server, multi-location systems for medium to large sized businesses.
Let us assist you in planning, installing, configuring, and deploying Microsoft SharePoint. Our team of specialists supports on-premise server installations and online hosted solutions.
To design, deploy, and support world-class business solutions based on Microsoft SharePoint technologies.
At e-SharePoint, we have:
- Decades of corporate experience in implementing, troubleshooting, and debugging Microsoft enterprise technology
- Technically proficient professionals with years of hands-on experience and in-depth knowledge of business operations and end-user functionality
- Proven project management skills in deploying company-wide software applications within time and budget constraints
- Successful application adoption by promoting upper management commitment and early involvement of departmental end-users to foster teambuilding and personal commitment
11/03/2009. Microsoft reduces the cost of its Business Productivity Online Suite by 50%! New pricing for Microsoft Exchange Online Standard was reduced to just $5 per user/per month, SharePoint Online Standard is $5.25 per user/per month, and Business Productivity Online Suite was reduced to $10 per user/per month. If you are using a Microsoft Server for your business computing this price reduction makes it extremely cost effective to eliminate your in-house server and move to the cloud!
10/23/2009. Today, at Microsoft Corp.’s SharePoint conference, Microsoft Chief Executive Officer Steve Ballmer announced that the public beta of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 and Microsoft Office 2010 will become available in November, and revealed some of the new SharePoint Server 2010 capabilities for the first time.
8/7/2009. While Microsoft’s Windows sales fell for the first time in history this year, its SharePoint sales have gone up. Microsoft declines to break out the exact sales figures for the software, but said that SharePoint broke the $1 billion revenue mark last year and continued to rise past that total this year, making it the hottest selling server-side product ever for the company.