Why SharePoint 2016? Faster Performance and Easier Maintenance, That’s Why!

Microsoft made history in March when they launched SharePoint 2016, the latest game-changer in businesses of all sizes worldwide. Those who have migrated to SharePoint 2016 simply don’t know how they functioned beforehand. With a plethora of new features and improvements, once-difficult business operations become a snap.

Perhaps the best parts about SharePoint 2016 are its incredible performance and simple maintenance procedures. SharePoint 2016 has reduced feature activation overheads and uses the copy operation at the content database level to improve the site collection creation performance. Once you apply the “Create From Site Master” parameter and template to the PowerShell CmdLet, you can use this awesome new capability. You can also take advantage of the faster upload times, increased list view thresholds, and enhanced security compliance.

System updates can be frustrating, to say the least, especially if you need to take it offline for a while. With SharePoint 2016, you won’t need to go offline during an upgrade or patch. Larger file patches are broken into smaller files using a dependency model with specific order. This is something that you can’t experience in the earlier versions of SharePoint!

If this isn’t enough to sell you on migrating to SharePoint 2016, consider its improved mobile capabilities. If you ever need to access SharePoint via mobile, you can in a much easier, more intuitive manner than in previous versions. Additionally, you can switch from mobile to PC view, which is also touch-enabled.

Now that you’re ready to migrate to SharePoint 2016, it’s time to trust the experts in SharePoint – Fpweb.net. We make migrating easier than ever when we move your SharePoint environment and secure it, no matter where it lives. Get your free migration to SharePoint 2016 at www.fpweb.net/sharepoint/free-migration, or call us toll-free at 866-780-4678 to get started today!

2016-05-20T11:18:23+00:00 May 20th, 2016|

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