SharePoint 2010 vs SharePoint 2013?

by Richard Harbridge on February 8, 2013

When planning a SharePoint upgrade or investigating what the new version brings to the table it can be difficult determining what is different between the versions and what you are really getting when you upgrade. If you haven’t had a chance to read over the top business benefits and reasons for upgrading to 2013 I highly encourage a brief read before looking over any comparison charts. In this post I am announcing another comparison listing and a resource page that I will work to update that compares SharePoint 2013 vs SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2007.

I have begun creating a larger collection of comparison resources starting with a simple chart that compares functionality based on what is available in SharePoint 2013 and what is available in SharePoint online vs previous SharePoint versions. You can view the SharePoint 2010 vs SharePoint 2013 vs SharePoint Online page here.

If anyone has found other great resources please comment on the resource page, or on this blog posting so that I can begin aggregating more comparison material in one place. 🙂

Hope this helps,

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1 Sean O’Leary February 12, 2013 at 4:20 pm

Two key differences between versions are that SharePoint has improved mobile and social integration. People are working on the go, which makes the mobile version a necessity today.


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