Take advantage of the highly available gBlock™ Cloud to host enterprise SharePoint deployments backed by expert technician support, available 24/7/365.
SharePoint is a web-based application from Microsoft that helps organizations work more effectively by letting users share and collaborate on documents, data, and information.
With Hosted SharePoint from Green House Data, your SharePoint instance is hosted in secure off-site data centers and backed by expert technician support, available 24/7/365.
SharePoint’s rich feature set enables companies to build customized intranet or extranet portals or public websites. SharePoint integrates with Microsoft’s server, web, and database technologies. It is one of the most widely used document sharing and collaboration platforms. Stop e-mailing documents back and forth and get every department on the same page with coordinated content and calendars.
SharePoint 2013 provides a single point of access for:
Easily create, publish, and manage content for intranet, extranet, or public websites:
Quickly locate and exchange information across your business:
|Hosted SharePoint||SharePoint on Cloud Servers|
|SharePoint Edition||Foundation||Foundation, Standard, or Enterprise|
|SharePoint Version||2010||2010 or 2013|
|Configuration Packages||Choose based on storage requirements, no user limit||Choose per user or per server license based on application use|
|Administration and Control||SharePoint level||Full control over servers, databases, SharePoint Platform|
Hosting SharePoint in the gBlock Cloud delivers:
Businesses use intranet portals to communicate key internal information, supporting team and cross-functional collaboration. One example is a service-based business who tracks requests and orders via a customer relationship management (CRM) application. The business uses SharePoint to build dashboards and scorecards, facilitating real-time access to service requests and customer order data stored in a SQL Server. This helps the business quickly update customer priorities and allocate resources.
Extranet portals allow collaboration to extend beyond the on-premise networks, including relationships with customers, partners, and suppliers. An extranet portal makes business information easy to find for external stakeholders. One example is a manufacturer who enables resellers to view product information and determine if certain parts are in stock, then use updated pricing to complete an online order by integrating SharePoint with their enterprise resource planning (ERP) application.
Websites continue to be the primary storefront and lead generation tool for any company’s products and services,
as well as a tool to build brand awareness and visibility. One example of using SharePoint for public websites would be a construction equipment rental business that enables non-technical staff to add and update web page content about equipment, rental procedures, policies, as well as videos showing how the equipment works. This helps customers get relevant information faster, and it puts them on a direct path to placing orders.