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SharePoint 2013/2010 Benefits for Developers
Software developers can use the SharePoint 2013/2010 developer platform to build business collaboration applications
for the enterprise and the Web, all with familiar tools and a rich set of interoperable, out-of-box features.
SharePoint 2013/2010 includes extensible framework features and tools for building applications,
including Microsoft Silverlight Web Parts and Client APIs, LINQ to SharePoint, Business Connectivity Services (BCS),
Sandboxed Solutions, and new SharePoint List data relationships.
Developers can more efficiently build SharePoint solutions with Visual Studio 2013/ 2010,
Team Foundation Server 2013/2010, and the new SharePoint Designer 2013/2010.


SharePoint 2013/2010 Benefits for IT Professionals
For IT professionals, SharePoint 2013/2010 offers enhancements to drive productivity, a scalable unified infrastructure, and flexible deployment. Learn more about how to cut IT costs with SharePoint 2013/2010

Increased Productivity
SharePoint 2013/2010 can help to increase IT professionals' productivity by improving the administrative experience and giving administrators deeper operational insight. Features include a new streamlined Central Administration Web site, new capabilities to manage and monitor the SharePoint farm, and Windows PowerShell support.

Scalable Unified Infrastructure
SharePoint 2013/2010 provides a scalable unified infrastructure. It offers better control over server resources, which can improve processes such as performance and management of large lists and data management and protection using high availability. A scalable services architecture allows you to effectively manage and centralize services like Search, My Sites, and Taxonomy. These service applications can be managed through Central Administration and also can be managed and scripted by Windows PowerShell. Because the architecture is extensible, third-party companies can build and add services to platform.

Flexible Deployment
With a quick and simple installation and configuration process, SharePoint 2013/2010 provides a flexible deployment experience. The upgrade from SharePoint 2010/2007 is smooth and predictable. New functionality allows you to manage how others use SharePoint. For example, you can safely allow site administrators to upload custom user code with Sandboxed Solutions. You also have more governance controls: If you want to maintain a centralized SharePoint deployment instead of taking a more decentralized approach, you can block those deployments through Group Policy or track them with AD marker support.

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