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Which Sharepoint Version is best for my client

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 31, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
Hi all, A bit of advice really.  My client would like to use sharepoint as a tool to open communications with the office staff.  I have advised on using Sharepoint but am not 100% what the difference between the 2008 version that comes with server 2008 or the sharepoint server, which is additional costs. What my client needs to achieve is:   Gantt chats Access to files when outside the office (upload and download) To allow access to 3rd party organisations to access a created 'site' for the client.   So really, my question is, can this be achieved with the Sharepoint Version that is standard to 2008 or would they have to purchase the full version? Also, what is the difference between both versions? If there is a link I can be pointed too, more than happy to read.....just need this quite urgent   Thanks for any help   Drew   

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