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SharePoint 2010 Foundation Vs Standard Vs Enterprise June 27, 2012

Posted by juanpablo1manrique in SharePoint.
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Esta es una información que esta disponible en Microsoft pero que yo por mi parte no quiero olvidar, así que aqui se las comparto Forever.

Foundation Standard Enterprise
Accessibility Ask Me About Access Services
Blogs Audience Targeting Advanced Content Processing
Browser-based Customizations Basic Sorting Advanced Sorting
Business Connectivity Services Best Bets Business Data Integration with the Office Client
Business Data Connectivity Service Business Connectivity Services Profile Page Business Data Web Parts
Claims-Based Authentication Click Through Relevancy Business Intelligence Center
Client Object Model (OM) Colleague Suggestions Calculated KPIs
Configuration Wizards Colleagues Network Chart Web Parts
Connections to Microsoft Office Clients Compliance Everywhere Contextual Search
Connections to Office Communication Server and Exchange Content Organizer Dashboards
Cross-Browser Support Document Sets Data Connection Library
Developer Dashboard Duplicate Detection Decomposition Tree
Discussions Enterprise Scale Search Deep Refinement
Event Receivers Enterprise Wikis Excel Services
External Data Column Federated Search Excel Services and PowerPivot for SharePoint
External Lists Improved Governance Extensible Search Platform
High-Availability Architecture Keyword Suggestions Extreme Scale Search
Improved Backup and Restore Managed Metadata Service InfoPath Forms Services
Improved Setup and Configuration Memberships PerformancePoint Services
Language Integrated Query (LINQ) for SharePoint Metadata-driven Navigation Rich Web Indexing
Large List Scalability and Management Metadata-driven Refinement Similar Results
Managed Accounts Mobile Search Experience Thumbnails and Previews
Mobile Connectivity Multistage Disposition Tunable Relevance with Multiple Rank Profiles
Multilingual User Interface My Content Visio Services
Multi-Tenancy My Newsfeed Visual Best Bets
Out-of-the-Box Web Parts My Profile
Patch Management Note Board Includes Foundation and Standard Features
Permissions Management Organization Browser
Photos and Presence People and Expertise Search
Quota Templates Phonetic and Nickname Search
Read-Only Database Support Query Suggestions, “Did You Mean?”, and Related Queries
Remote Blob Storage (SQL Feature) Ratings
REST and ATOM Data Feeds Recent Activities
Ribbon and Dialog Framework Recently Authored Content
Sandboxed Solutions Relevancy Tuning
SharePoint Designer Rich Media Management
SharePoint Health Analyzer Search Scopes
SharePoint Lists Secure Store Service
SharePoint Ribbon Shared Content Types
SharePoint Service Architecture SharePoint 2010 Search Connector Framework
SharePoint Timer Jobs Status Updates
SharePoint Workspace Tag Clouds
Silverlight Web Part Tag Profiles
Site Search Tags
Solution Packages Tags and Notes Tool
Streamlined Central Administration Unique Document IDs
Support for Office Web Apps Web Analytics
Unattached Content Database Recovery Windows 7 Search
Usage Reporting and Logging Word Automation Services
Visual Studio 2010 SharePoint Developer Tools Workflow Templates
Visual Upgrade
Web Parts Includes Foundation Features
Wikis
Windows 7 Support
Windows PowerShell Support
Workflow
Workflow Models

Esta información esta disponible en http://sharepoint.microsoft.com/en-us/buy/pages/editions-comparison.aspx

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