SharePoint is being widely adopted by many organizations in the past five years. With its launch, SharePoint 2010 introduced some notable changes (in comparison with MOSS2007) and SharePoint 2013 carries the baton forward by bringing some ultra modern features for the management of web content, search, big data and workflow.
If one is thinking of upgrading their intranet from a previous version of SharePoint, or looking for migration from a similar product, they should look at the new features that it has to offer. Also one should consider SharePoint 2013 training, as it has many brilliant features that one needs to learn in order to use it to the fullest potential. These features are not only newly introduced but they also require proper knowledge and basic training.
One of the best features of the latest update is that the Office Web Apps are free for both external and internal users. But the only exception is that for the internal users Office 2013 license is required in order to edit the documents.
SharePoint 2013 has an additional feature known as “Workflow Manager” which can be downloaded and installed separately. One needs basic structural knowledge in order to use the workforce manager efficiently. There are many such courseswhich offer SharePoint 2013 training, which can help you adopt the new features easily.
Hence I would suggest to go ahead with the upgrade, but before using it, one should focus on learning all its aspects, in order to make the most out of it