Microsoft's popular collaboration platform gets a significant revamp with SharePoint 2013. Here's what you gain.
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Words like "social" and "sharing" might be more popular among marketers and users alike these days, but SharePoint is as much about publishing as collaboration. That's true not just for internal sites but public-facing content as well. SharePoint continues to build out the available tools for Web content management (WCM), including new authoring and publishing capabilities, such as cross-site publishing for managing multiple sites. New design and branding features -- such as the mobile interfaces mentioned in a previous slide -- give designers more options without requiring SharePoint-specific development expertise.
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