Benefits of Web Platform Consolidation (white paper)

SharePoint 2013

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Applies to: SharePoint Server 2013

Topic Last Modified: 2016-12-16

Summary:  Using SharePoint Products as an example, this paper discusses the benefits of web platform consolidation for organizations of varying sizes.

It would be wonderful if an organization could just appear out of the dark ages (before the Internet) and adopt the latest technology. If such a scenario were to occur, the newly awakened organization could avail itself of the latest standards. The result would be a tightly integrated ecosystem of computer technology all working together in harmony. Unfortunately, such a scenario almost never happens. This white paper explores the benefits of consolidating disparate and incompatible web platforms into a single environment.

The white paper can be downloaded from the Microsoft Download Center, here: Benefits of Web Platform Consolidation (