SharePoint Server 2016 is designed to drive your decisions faster and ensure smoother collaboration. User's ability to access information while on the go is now a workplace necessity. SharePoint Server 2016 will provide:
» Improved mobile access to content, people and applications along with touch-based experiences across devices and screen sizes.
» It will make file storage and document collaboration more people-centric.
» It will enable improved user experiences and capabilities derived from innovations in Office 365, available either as part of your on-premises deployment or through a hybrid implementation of SharePoint Server 2016 and Office 365. For example, users will be able to quickly discover contextually relevant information and data that is stored across both on-premises and cloud environments powered by Office Graph and Delve.
SharePoint 2016 is the first on-premises server release that:
» Improves performance, reliability and scale
» Enables true hybrid scenarios that can enrich your existing on-premises investments.
» Improved, simplified user experience and integration with products such as the next release of Windows Server, the next generation of SQL Server, and Exchange Server 2016.
» SharePoint Server 2016 will simplify end-user training and support for IT.
Compliance and reporting
Data Loss Prevention (DLP) is non-negotiable, and overexposure to information can have legal and compliance implications. SharePoint Server 2016 will provide:
» Broad array of features and capabilities designed to make certain that sensitive information remains protected with investments in DLP
» New scenarios to enable data encryption.
» Compliance tools that span on-premises servers and Office 365 while providing a balance between enabling user self-service and ensuring content usage adheres to corporate policy.