So do team communicate thru SharePoint from this concept? And how is that done? like Wall/Twitter/MSN/email/document?
Anyway, sounds like you need a large enough company to use this.
It's can be similar to Facebooks wall, but with alot more detail and information.
Here's an example of a site built on
Sharepoint. And here are some more
SharePoint's main function is to create a dashboard like interface for end-users which is determined by their accounts, administrators, implementers, and developers.
It's Business Intelligence and more. This was like skydrive before skydrive, and facebook wall before facebook. Only it's oriented for business. There have even been attempts to create Learning Content Management systems using SharePoint as a platform.
Here's the real bit with SharePoint, if you have an organization that needs secure file sharing, document management,discussions, task management, calendaring, office, and office communicator integration all in a web portal, it's a heck of a lot quicker,
easier, and cheaper to roll out SharePoint than to hire a web developer to roll it out from scratch. After deployment, if you need something like an online data report showing up in a graph, it's easier to snag a developer to build a component that can be
used throughout the business than to have them focus on the website itself.
Kettch, are you going with a full MOSS or a SharePoint foundation roll out?