Bee Document management
Document management controls the life cycle of documents in your organization — how they are created, reviewed, and published, and how they are ultimately disposed of or retained. Although the term “management” implies that information is controlled from the top of the organization, an effective document management system should reflect the culture of the organization that uses it. The tools that you use for document management should be flexible enough to enable you to tightly control a document’s life cycle if that fits your enterprise’s culture and goals, but also to let you implement a more loosely structured system if that better suits your enterprise.
Document Management Features
SharePoint plays a dominant role in some of the world’s largest businesses, which means many workers use it as their intranet and document sharing experience
Since so many SharePoint users are MS Office customers, the platform can grow to handle multiple business requirements
SharePoint has been compatible with Microsoft mobile devices through Office 365 for a few years, but it now has a mobile app for iOS, with Android and Windows
Very consumer-friendly technology
It has improved the search function to deliver results faster, and there are new ways to create sites and site collections more quickly