What SharePoint 2013 Means for the Data Center

Migrating from SharePoint 2010 is doable, but that's not true, unfortunately, from the 2007 version.

By Jonathan Hassell
Mon, December 24, 2012

Computerworld

Microsoft SharePoint
Microsoft held its most recent SharePoint Conference in November. The predominant buzz among the 10,000-plus attendees was around SharePoint 2013, the new release of the software giant's server productivity platform.

It is huge, and a massive upgrade. I spoke informally with many conference attendees and, while most are impressed with the set of features and capabilities in SharePoint 2013, it seems they're having a hard time getting their heads around the release.

With millions of installations of both the free and paid enterprise SharePoint editions, chances are good that your organization has already deployed some version of SharePoint and the new version is on your roadmap. But before you rush into anything, here are some facts that are important for understanding exactly what SharePoint 2013 is and what it means for your organization's deployment plans.

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