SharePoint

SharePoint

Plataforma de colaboración y gestión de contenidos

4.2/5 (2785 opiniones)

Información general sobre SharePoint

¿Qué es SharePoint?

SharePoint es una plataforma de aplicaciones web que ofrece un conjunto de herramientas que proporcionan portales de intranet, gestión de documentos y archivos, colaboración y redes sociales. Como portal de información empresarial, SharePoint permite a los usuarios crear un espacio centralizado y protegido con contraseña para compartir documentos.

Las organizaciones usan SharePoint para crear sitios web. Permite almacenar, organizar, compartir y acceder a la información desde casi cualquier dispositivo con solo un navegador web. Microsoft SharePoint, que antes era un producto interno de gestión de contenido, cuenta ahora con capacidades de gestión de contenidos web para administrar el contenido externo del sitio web. Diseñado para mejorar la productividad del usuario, SharePoint ofrece funciones como notificaciones, aprobaciones, listas y bibliotecas.

Su completa integración con Office permite a los usuarios comenzar a crear un documento en un dispositivo y finalizarlo en otro, mediante coautoría. Los usuarios pueden seleccionar distintas herramientas para anotar, resaltar y hacer comentarios en los documentos. Encuentra cualquier archivo rápidamente con sus potentes herramientas de búsqueda y descubrimiento. Además, proporciona información inteligente sobre el documento, como cuántas personas lo han visto o compartido.

SharePoint impulsa el intercambio y la colaboración en la intranet. Los usuarios pueden transmitir su mensaje e impulsar las comunicaciones o compartir recursos y noticias con sus equipos y organizaciones. También es posible crear sitios y portales para que los usuarios participen y compartan experiencia, contenidos, información práctica y conocimientos colectivos. Impulsa la eficiencia organizativa compartiendo aplicaciones que agilizan los procesos y crea comunidades de intereses o prácticas.

Información general sobre SharePoint

Precio

A partir de
5,00 US$/mes

Opciones de precios

Prueba gratis
Suscripción
Relación calidad-precio

Funciones de SharePoint

Dispositivos
Tamaño de la empresa
P M G
Disponible en los países siguientes
Asia, Australia, Brasil, Canadá, China y otros 5, Europa, Alemania, India, Japón, Latinoamérica
Idiomas admitidos
Árabe, Chino (simplificado), Chino (tradicional), Checo, Danés y otros 22, Neerlandés, Inglés, Finés, Francés, Alemán, Hebreo, Húngaro, Indonesio, Irlandés, Italiano, Japonés, Coreano, Noruego, Polaco, Portugués, Ruso, Español, Sueco, Taiwanés, Tailandés, Turco, Ucraniano

Capturas de pantalla

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Opiniones de SharePoint

Opiniones de SharePoint

Calificación general
4.2
/
5
Excelente
1178

Muy bien
1110

Normal
400

Pobre
75

Malo
22

Relación calidad-precio
4.1
Funciones
4.1
Facilidad de uso
3.9
Asistencia al cliente
4
82% Un ha recomendado esta aplicación
Harsha V.

The Future Software Point of Sharing a Perfect Collaborative Tool to make an Awesome...


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David Y.

SharePoint and File Storage

My overall experience with SharePoint has been positive across the many years I've used it. One of the best features I learned about in recent years was the ability to map SharePoint to a drive on your computer. This has really helped in terms of uploading and downloading multiple files simultaneously. If you plan to use SharePoint, I highly recommend looking into this feature as it will save you a ton of time and enable you faster access to your files versus accessing them from a browser window. Mapping is extremely easy and, in my experience, invaluable. You will also find that you can post graphics on your SharePoint pages. We frequently post "work anniversary" or "birthday wishes" for our team. Lastly, the calendar is extremely helpful as you can block out vacations, conferences, and other events, and know, at a glance, what's happening each day without having to search through Outlook or other resources.


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Chirag S.

Great for document management, scary as a platform

SharePoint existed in all organizations I worked for. Although IT was responsible for SharePoint, IT would rather not want to do anything with it. SharePoint just induced indiscipline from users. Strict governance was the only way, we found, that SharePoint would stay maintainable.

SharePoint is touted as a platform for development. We built help desk, order management system and several other projects. The cost of creating them was low but the cost of maintaining them was very high, and frustrating. Eventually, we moved all mission critical items off of SharePoint and never looked back.

Workflows are powerful. They can be useful when they work and painful when they break. Some workflows worked without a problem throughout their lifetime and some broke frequently with hard-to-debug error messages. Workflows weren't easily to build, maintain and version control. Microsoft Flow appears to be a decent solution. It may be best to pay for a dedicated automation-user account and build Flow with that user.

APIs are powerful. If you are used to Stripe, Twitter and Google APIs, you will not be happy with SharePoint APIs. But, you could make APIs work to your benefit. It's really hard to find great examples of API usage in different programming languages.

The best use cases we found for SharePoint were document management that was not connected to core systems, calendaring for pot luck and other such events that aren't mission critical.


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Irina F.

Great for big teams

- I am using sharepoint for creating databases that need constant data entries. Each entry needs to respect the same format so using sharepoint helps a lot in having a dynamic database for a lot of users but which also keeps a certain format that can be changed only by admins.


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Peter D.

Sharepoint as a secure file sync and share platform

I have personally had mix results. We ultimately made the decision because of the blended Office 365 costs, reducing our FSS-specific contract with a 3rd party vendor, who happened to be a leader in the space and had a far richer UX.


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Harsha V.
Sector: Seguros
Tamaño de la empresa: 501-1000 empleados
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The Future Software Point of Sharing a Perfect Collaborative Tool to make an Awesome Organization!

Software usado A diario durante Más de dos años
Revisado el 4/4/2018
Fuente de la reseña: Capterra

Puntos a favor

+ Creating a new SharePoint site/app/directory is very easy and manageable. Users need to request the access before using the website or owner can manage how and whom to give what permission level of access on each site.
+ We could inherit permissions from top level site or we can manage permissions separately to each individual sub sites.
+ Permissions on each document level! Jaw Dropping feature of genius.
+ It has a plenty amount of features to choose from and you can customize each app to fit your business needs.
+ You can also add sandbox solution based or script based jssor/jsom apps to each SharePoint site.
+ Very easy to share files and information across our organization.
+ Perfect for document management and storage system for employees of many locations.
Syncing the SharePoint content is a nice feature.
+ Uploading/Checking in thousands of documents at one click with the help of explorer is definitely something special.
+ Connecting SharePoint calendars to your Outlook calendar will make your work life easy.
+ SharePoint Designer, Info path, Nintex, K2 all are bonus to have for OOTB Workflow configurations.
+ Content management Checkin, Checkout, Publish, Approve/Reject features are nice features to have on each document.
+ Not only Search, You can even do Filters among search results.
+ Not only Filters, You can do Best Bets on search results.
+ What is more, All search results are very fast across the whole website.

Puntos en contra

A humble advice to Microsoft SharePoint team! since we can't host External websites on cloud, It will be good if they come up with Team Communication sites, Forms apps within On Premises.
Comments from Anonymous users on our SharePoint Blogs: If we have the ability to get comments/likes from anonymous users outside our organization it would be helpful for organizations which are depending on SharePoint On Premises version because of PPI (Personal Protected Information) data.
In Overall, There isn't anything to dislike about it, to be honest it is everything we've expected it to be.

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David Y.
Sector: Edición
Tamaño de la empresa: 2-10 empleados
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SharePoint and File Storage

Software usado A diario durante Más de dos años
Revisado el 29/8/2019
Fuente de la reseña: Capterra

My overall experience with SharePoint has been positive across the many years I've used it. One of the best features I learned about in recent years was the ability to map SharePoint to a drive on your computer. This has really helped in terms of uploading and downloading multiple files simultaneously. If you plan to use SharePoint, I highly recommend looking into this feature as it will save you a ton of time and enable you faster access to your files versus accessing them from a browser window. Mapping is extremely easy and, in my experience, invaluable. You will also find that you can post graphics on your SharePoint pages. We frequently post "work anniversary" or "birthday wishes" for our team. Lastly, the calendar is extremely helpful as you can block out vacations, conferences, and other events, and know, at a glance, what's happening each day without having to search through Outlook or other resources.

Puntos a favor

I've used SharePoint for over a decade. Long before "the cloud" was the tech buzz word, SharePoint was providing users with web-based storage access, and it still does. There are many things to like about SharePoint. First and foremost, it functions much like a web site. Users can easily navigate to their SharePoint home page and set up additional pages, upload and download files, add calendars and calendar events, and much more. SharePoint also creates archives of all files, so if you revise a file and then later need to see an earlier version of that file, you can use SharePoint's versioning functionality to do this. It's a great utility for storing files of all sorts that others on your team need to use. Uploading and downloading files couldn't be easier. We created different landing pages based on our company's needs. For example, we have a Marketing page to store our collateral, a Content page for manuscripts and legal documents, and an HR page for human resources-related materials.

Puntos en contra

It can take users a bit of time to understand the unique functionality of SharePoint. However, if you navigate around the toolbars you should find what you are looking for. In terms of design, SharePoint is relatively basic, so users looking for something with a bit more visual flash might be disappointed. Though if you are mainly looking for a reliable place to manage countless files, SharePoint is probably right for you.

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Probabilidad de recomendación: 8.0/10

Chirag S.
Sector: Seguros
Tamaño de la empresa: 51-200 empleados
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Great for document management, scary as a platform

Software usado A diario durante Más de dos años
Revisado el 18/2/2020
Fuente de la reseña: Capterra

SharePoint existed in all organizations I worked for. Although IT was responsible for SharePoint, IT would rather not want to do anything with it. SharePoint just induced indiscipline from users. Strict governance was the only way, we found, that SharePoint would stay maintainable.

SharePoint is touted as a platform for development. We built help desk, order management system and several other projects. The cost of creating them was low but the cost of maintaining them was very high, and frustrating. Eventually, we moved all mission critical items off of SharePoint and never looked back.

Workflows are powerful. They can be useful when they work and painful when they break. Some workflows worked without a problem throughout their lifetime and some broke frequently with hard-to-debug error messages. Workflows weren't easily to build, maintain and version control. Microsoft Flow appears to be a decent solution. It may be best to pay for a dedicated automation-user account and build Flow with that user.

APIs are powerful. If you are used to Stripe, Twitter and Google APIs, you will not be happy with SharePoint APIs. But, you could make APIs work to your benefit. It's really hard to find great examples of API usage in different programming languages.

The best use cases we found for SharePoint were document management that was not connected to core systems, calendaring for pot luck and other such events that aren't mission critical.

Puntos a favor

SharePoint's document management and version control is really nice. Creating documentation in the form of Site Pages or Web Pages is so easy. It can help an organization create a document management system. Workflows and alerts surrounding document libraries is very convenient also. SharePoint integrates with other software in the Microsoft ecosystem very well, making it easy to adopt.

Puntos en contra

SharePoint becomes an absolute mess and a nightmare at some point in time. It is easy to start with. So, users in an ungoverned, unmonitored SharePoint ecosystem will create objects all over the place, create permissions/groups willy-nilly, create lists and document libraries with individual permissions etc. One way or the other, it ends up being an absolute disaster. In order to have a great SharePoint ecosystem, it has to be very well-governed, well-organized and permissions should be sanely managed. It's just a lot of work.

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Probabilidad de recomendación: 5.0/10

Irina F.
Sector: Automoción
Tamaño de la empresa: 1001-5000 empleados
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Great for big teams

Software usado A diario durante Más de un año
Revisado el 18/1/2020
Fuente de la reseña: Capterra

- I am using sharepoint for creating databases that need constant data entries. Each entry needs to respect the same format so using sharepoint helps a lot in having a dynamic database for a lot of users but which also keeps a certain format that can be changed only by admins.

Puntos a favor

- It offers a variety of apps depending on the need of your project: lists, tasks. It is interactive, easy to use, does not crash if there are multiple users or enormous information stored;
- I have worked the most with the list feature and with it you can basically create your own interactive database in which you can set whatever validation you want, you can add how many users you want and they can all work on the same type of format. You can set reminders, alerts or notifications for your e-mail so it is a very useful tool when you have to work with multiple entries and tasks that need immediate follow-up;
- Ultimately, you can export a clean database that is formated, omogenous and does not contain errors. You can easily create reports and show automated statistics using the information stored in the sharepoint;
- For storing a lot of information for big teams, it is a very useful tool.

Puntos en contra

- If you want to work on a list, using filters is not that easy. Usually using filters creates a small lag.
- The interface is a bit static. Even though the features are dynamic, the user interface does not create a flowing experience.

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Facilidad de uso

Probabilidad de recomendación: 10.0/10

Peter D.
Sector: Productos químicos
Tamaño de la empresa: 1001-5000 empleados
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Sharepoint as a secure file sync and share platform

Software usado A diario durante Más de un año
Revisado el 9/10/2019
Fuente de la reseña: Capterra

I have personally had mix results. We ultimately made the decision because of the blended Office 365 costs, reducing our FSS-specific contract with a 3rd party vendor, who happened to be a leader in the space and had a far richer UX.

Puntos a favor

I like the integration with the microsoft cloud and the ability to share and concurrently edit from shared, sharepoint websites we use to share with internal and external stakeholders.

Puntos en contra

It seems like security is a big concern and user experience is not up to par with other FSS solutions like Box/Dropbox.

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Facilidad de uso

Probabilidad de recomendación: 6.0/10

Recomendación de usuario
7.8/10
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Precios de SharePoint

Precios de SharePoint

A partir de
5,00 US$/mes
Prueba gratis
Suscripción
Relación calidad-precio
Relación calidad-precio
4.1/5
Basado en 2785 valoraciones de usuarios
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Funciones de SharePoint

Funciones de SharePoint

API
Almacenamiento de documentos
Chat
Comentarios
Control de acceso
Creación de marca personalizable
Espacio de trabajo colaborativo
Funcionalidad de búsqueda
Gestión de archivos
Gestión de documentos
Gestión de flujos de trabajo
Gestión de permisos
Herramientas de colaboración
Integración de terceros
Interfaz para arrastrar y soltar
Notificaciones automáticas
Panel de actividades
Proyecciones
Seguimiento de actividades
Seguridad SSL
Funciones
4.1/5
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Categorías

Vídeos y tutoriales

Vídeos y tutoriales

Preguntas frecuentes sobre SharePoint

Preguntas frecuentes sobre SharePoint

He aquí algunas preguntas frecuentes sobre SharePoint.

P. ¿Qué tipo de planes de precios ofrece SharePoint?

SharePoint ofrece los siguientes planes de precios:

A partir de: 5,00 US$/mes

Modelo de precios: Suscripción

Prueba gratis: Disponible

P. ¿Cuáles son las características principales de SharePoint?

No tenemos información sobre las características de SharePoint

P. ¿Quiénes son los usuarios habituales de SharePoint?

Los clientes habituales de SharePoint son:

Trabajadores autónomos, Empresas Grandes, Empresas medianas, Sin ánimo de lucro, Administraciones públicas, Empresas pequeñas

P. ¿Qué idiomas admite SharePoint?

SharePoint admite los siguientes idiomas:

Árabe, Chino (simplificado), Chino (tradicional), Checo, Danés, Neerlandés, Inglés, Finés, Francés, Alemán, Hebreo, Húngaro, Indonesio, Irlandés, Italiano, Japonés, Coreano, Noruego, Polaco, Portugués, Ruso, Español, Sueco, Taiwanés, Tailandés, Turco, Ucraniano

P. ¿Qué tipo de planes de precios ofrece SharePoint?

SharePoint cuenta con los siguientes planes de precios:

Suscripción

P. ¿SharePoint es compatible con dispositivos móviles?

SharePoint admite los siguientes dispositivos:

Android, iPhone, iPad

P. ¿Con qué otras aplicaciones se integra SharePoint?

SharePoint se integra con las siguientes aplicaciones:

Actionspace, Atlassian Confluence, FileHold, Genius Project, M-Files, Moxie Concierge, Mule ESB, Pipeliner CRM, Tenrox PSA Solution, Tenrox PWM

P. ¿Qué tipo de asistencia ofrece SharePoint?

SharePoint ofrece las siguientes opciones de asistencia:

Preguntas frecuentes, Foro, Base de conocimientos, Asistencia en línea, Asistencia telefónica, Tutoriales en vídeo