For companies that are already using SharePoint and need the additional support for successful integration, Flynet Viewer will provide special features that aid in making access and implementation easier. Since 2010, our Flynet Viewer solution has been providing developers with a means of improving their use of Microsoft SharePoint, drawing more from the applications on their mainframes than other older solutions. Part of this involves making these systems easier for users to interact with, thanks to a more inclusive virtual environment.
SharePoint integration continues to be a key point of the Flynet product capability, and enterprises that want to make more use of SharePoint's possibilities will see multiple advantages in this software. Faster and more dynamic web processes enables businesses to make use of this program to share information across systems and interact with applications and relevant company data in one location.
Being prepared to optimize SharePoint use helps developers anticipate changes and updates in the face of newly-released official software. eWeek, among other sources, has reported on the hints of the new SharePoint 2016, which will be demonstrated this May at the Ignite conference in Chicago.
The source quotes Microsoft's general manager of Office Product Management, Julia White, who said that "in addition to delivering rich on-premises capabilities, we're focused on robust hybrid enablement in order to bring more of the Office 365 experiences to our on-premises customers." Once this event takes place, enterprises could gain a better idea of the future of SharePoint and what Microsoft intends to focus on. White also emphasized the importance of SharePoint in regards to implementing a cloud solution.
Whichever direction your business heads in, focusing on a portal integration tool with features that give users extensive emulation possibilities. Flynet Viewer helps broaden developer capabilities as it works to make system operations more efficient through a variety of options.