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On 12 Jan, 2014 Cloud-Computing By : admin With : 1 Comment

public-facing-SharePoint-sites-356x200Google is becoming more and more aggressive in its attempts to conquer the Social Media market. Google+ is now part of every Gmail account. Of course we have the option to not accept. But how many of us actually looked and did say no. So before you know it, millions of Google+ accounts have been created without us even knowing.
Microsoft, on the other hand are subtly trying to capture the website, blogging and content management market. WordPress still captures nearly 20% of the top 10 million best websites in the world. Being a free application, anyone and everyone uses WordPress. www.protocolit.com.au is also built on WordPress.
Microsoft is pulling its share through Office 365. When buying into an Office 365 subscription you can include domain registration as well. The further simplify things, a Godaddy service has been built into the subscription.
Apart from the setup of your email and Lync messaging, there is also an Office 365 SharePoint public facing website that can be activated as part of the service. There is no hosting cost as you would be using the available space you have within SharePoint.
There are not many of them out there at the moment using this. With the simplicity of WordPress, most designers are still not ready to offer SharePoint as part of their website building service.
In the long term there is no doubt that small businesses will be using public facing SharePoint sites. But for the moment, due to the lack of good plugins and SEO tools, and insufficient web designers offering to build on SharePoint, it could be another 5 years before more businesses used the public facing SharePoint sites.
Google is becoming more and more aggressive in its attempts to conquer the Social Media market. Google+ is now part of every Gmail account. Of course we have the option to not accept. But how many of us actually looked and did say no. So before you know it, millions of Google+ accounts have been created without us even knowing.

Microsoft, on the other hand are subtly trying to capture the website, blogging and content management market. WordPress still captures nearly 20% of the top 10 million best websites in the world. Being a free application, anyone and everyone uses WordPress. www.protocolit.com.au is also built on wordpress.

Microsoft is pulling its share through Office 365. When buying into an Office 365 subscription you can include domain registration as well. The further simplify things, a Godaddy service has been built into the subscription.

Apart from the setup of your email and Lync messaging, there is also an office 365 SharePoint public facing website that can be activated as part of the service. There is no hosting cost as you would be using the available space you have within SharePoint.

There are not many of them out there at the moment using this. With the simplicity of WordPress, most designers are still not ready to offer SharePoint as part of their website building service.

In the long term there is no doubt that small businesses will be using public facing SharePoint sites. But for the moment, due to the lack of good plugins and SEO tools, and insufficient web designers offering to build on SharePoint, it could be another 5 years before more businesses used the public facing SharePoint sites.

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