You are here: Home → SharePointSharePoint 2010 is a web-based application that supports collaboration by allowing users to share and work with content online. Users can create web pages, manage projects, communicate through online forums, and share and access documents from anywhere. IT services provides SharePoint sites to departments and registered student organizations at no charge.
Some highlights of SharePoint include:
- Calendar, email, and task management through SharePoint or Exchange
- Email and calendar sharing
- Permission settings to allow groups or individuals varying levels of access to specific content
- Data collection from web forms or suveys
- Document, picture, and multimedia library creation, including streaming video
- Project management with business logic and workflow
- Document versioning to track changes made by multiple users
- Approval process workflow to provide site owners with control over what is published
- Wiki sites, blogs, and social contact pages
Some examples of uses for SharePoint include:
- Project and reflection sites for travel abroad, service learning, internships, or independent study experiences
- Repository and archiving sites for paperless management of proposals, presentations, or documents
- Research and collaboration sites for national or international projects
- Interactive graphical sites for displaying data and multimedia at conferences or as course presentations
- Organizational sites for committee collaborations or management of complex projects
SharePoint integrates seamlessly with Exchange, InfoPath, OneNote, Word, Access, and Excel.
The SharePoint server is backed up by a centralized recovery system, allowing for reliable and consistent service.
For an in-depth SharePoint trial or to request a site for your department, use the SharePoint Request form.
Faculty and staff can submit a UARK Profile Photo. The photo is displayed in SharePoint, Outlook, Outlook Web App, and Microsoft Lync.