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Topic # 229096 7-Feb-2018 15:32
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Hi . Im after some opinions
Cloud storage for documents , so people can access & edit when out of office

 

There may be more than 1 person editing the doc at the same time , MS Sharepoint or Onedrive allow
Word Doc Collaboration .
Basically have all Docs in the 'cloud' , but must allow for the fact their may be more than 1 person editing some docs.

 

How well does MS Doc Collaboration  work in the real world ?

 

 

 

 


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  Reply # 1953045 7-Feb-2018 15:43
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OneDrive for Business, Microsoft Teams, etc, Office Online, and even Office 2016, all let you do this now.  


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  Reply # 1953076 7-Feb-2018 16:04
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Pretty well. If you have Office 365 and share the document from the OneDrive then multiple people will be able to edit at the same time.





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  Reply # 1953117 7-Feb-2018 16:25
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I worked at an organisation that used MS Sharepoint.  Found it very good, in particular the document version control and ability to book editing access to a document.

 

Disclaimer: That's a user perspective not a system admin perspective.  I left that place in 2013 and haven't used it since.





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