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This article is part of the February 2009 issue of Who is allowed to customize SharePoint?
Thinking of finally making the move from Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007? If you're serious about SharePoint, then migrating to MOSS 2007 makes sense because your organization can get a lot more out of Microsoft SharePoint Server. There has been a lot of confusion regarding the differences between the Enterprise and the Standard Client Access License (CAL) suites for SharePoint. If you're struggling with which one to choose, consider that there isn't one right answer. However, the compelling reason to spend more for the Enterprise CAL comes down to a few key services: Excel Services, Forms Server and unlimited search indexing. In addition, Microsoft just recently granted Enterprise customers a license to use their Business Intelligence tool PerformancePoint for SharePoint. This effectively makes SharePoint a very compelling BI platform in addition to a content management tool. Once the decision is made to move forward with the broader SharePoint offering, companies are left trying to determine what the best approach... Access >>>
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