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SharePoint vs Things System Properties Comparison

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SystemsSharePoint  Xexclude from comparisonThings  Xexclude from comparison
DescriptionSharePoint is a web application framework and collaboration platform.Things is a personal task management application for OS X and iOS.
CategoryProject CollaborationProject Planning
Project Management Zone Rankinginfomeasures the popularity of Project Management SystemsScore 4,047.08
Rank #1
Score 6.37
Rank #88
DeveloperMicrosoftCultured Code
Websiteproducts.office.com/­en-us/­sharepointculturedcode.com
Technical documentationdocs.microsoft.com/­en-us/­sharepoint/­devsupport.culturedcode.com
Social network pages
Facebook95,859likes
LinkedIn61,038followers
Twitter206,231followers
Facebook4,220likes
LinkedIn348followers
Twitter46,810followers
Initial release20012009
LicenseCommercial
Web-based service (SaaS)infoSoftware-as-a-Service modelinfoSharePoint Online
Commercial
Web-based architectureyesyesinfoSync via Things Cloud
Programming languageC#
Operating systemsWindowsOS X
Mobile appsAndroidinfonumerous 3rd-party apps
iOSinfonumerous 3rd-party apps
Windows Phoneinfonumerous 3rd-party apps
iOS
APIinfoApplication Programming Interfaceyesinfoseveral sets of APIs, including object models and REST web service.no
Multi-useryesno
Authentication mechanismPassword
Active Directory
Passwordinfoon Things Cloud
NotificationsEmail
Mobile push
RSS feeds
Desktop push
Email
Mobile push
Project Planning Properties
Hierarchical tasksinfoSupport for parent-child relationships of tasksnoinfotasks can be grouped
Recurring tasksinfoSupport for definition of tasks that occur repeatedlyyes
Milestone trackinginfoMilestones indicate the completion of major deliverables, normally by completing a set of tasksno
Task dependenciesinfoDependencies between tasks are logical relationships that restrict the sequence of task executions, e.g. one task must be completed before another task can startno
Critical path managementinfoThe critical path method calculates the set of tasks that cannot be delayed without increasing the project's duration, taking into account task dependenciesno
Critical chain managementinfoThe critical chain method expands the critical path method by additionally taking resource constraints into accountno
Gantt chartsinfoBar chart to visualize a project's tasks and milestones scheduleno
PERT chartsinfoNetwork diagrams according to Program Evaluation Review Techniqueno
BaselinesinfoSupport for creating and using snapshots of a project's plan in terms of cost, scope and schedule no
Resource managementinfoSupport for managing a project's human and/or non-human resourcesno
Resource levelinginfoSupport for optimizing the allocation of a project's resourcesno
Time trackinginfoSupport for estimating and monitoring the time spent on a project's tasksno
Cost trackinginfoSupport for monitoring a project's expensesno
Earned value managementinfoSupport for tracking a project's performance and progress via earned value measurementsno
Risk managementinfoSupport for identifying and keeping track of project risks and risk-related activitiesno
Scrum supportinfoSupport for typical Scrum techniques such as sprints, backlogs and burn-down chartsno
Kanban supportinfoSupport for typical Kanban techniques such as visualization of tasks on boards using cardsno
Project portfolio management infoSupport for collectively managing a set of current or proposed projects, e.g. by evaluation and prioritization of projectsno
Project Collaboration Properties
Project wikiyesinfoSharePoint pages
Discussion forumyes
Online chatyes
Audio conferencingnoinfoavailable via Microsoft Lync and other products
Video conferencingnoinfoavailable via Microsoft Lync and other products
Screen sharingyes
Calendar sharingyes
Contact sharingyes
Document sharingyes
File versioningyes

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