What are the differences between SharePoint, SharePoint, and SharePoint?

What are the differences between SharePoint, SharePoint, and SharePoint?

Posted by richard | December 24, 2007 | SharePoint

Now the Team Foundation Server 2008 supports WSS 3.0 as well as MOSS, I’m even more interested in what the differences are – more than just “one is free, and one is not”.

I found a couple of good resources. The first one is a page that discusses “which SharePoint technology is right for you?” and the second one, is a condensed Excel download of the comparisons.

So, pop quiz time …

Q. Which SharePoint supports Mobile Devices (simplified text-only format)? (choose all that apply)

A. Windows SharePoint Services 3.0
B. SharePoint Server 2007 for Search
C. Forms Server 2007
D. SharePoint Server 2007 (Standard)
E. SharePoint Server 2007 (Enterprise)

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