The benefits of building SharePoint websites
In the last post I showed a recent School website which has been built within SharePoint. The same school has also commissioned a separate website for their Sixth Form which can be seen below:
Why create your website in SharePoint?
In the last post I covered the changes in attitude as people are increasingly realising that SharePoint is an effective platform for delivering websites. There are a number of other key reasons why building a website in SharePoint makes sense.
- The site navigation and structure can easily be changed by a SharePoint admin as new areas need to be created. At Twynham this happens all the time when new A-level courses are added and new events take place.
- The content within a SharePoint website can be easily and instantly changed by a non-technical administrator so that it is always up to date and does not waste the time of technical staff.
- Building a SharePoint website on top of your Learning Gateway reduces the cost of hosting websites on different platforms or paying for organisations to host your website.