Andrew Thompson

Share your Points [and lines, and polygons...] with CartoDB on Microsoft SharePoint!

CartoDB + Sharepoint

To say SharePoint is a popular enterprise software platform is a bit of an understatement. Having evolved over 15 years, SharePoint is used by over three quarters of the Fortune 500 and over 100 million users in all. SharePoint is often described as a document-sharing, intranet, and business collaboration platform, but really its functions are as varied as the organizations that use it.

As CartoDB grows in popularity with companies as a fully-featured enterprise geospatial platform itself, it was only a matter of time before our users would want to combine their CartoDB maps with their Sharepoint sites. They work together splendidly, we’re pleased to say, and we have recently published a short 10 minute tutorial on how to share your visualizations through Sharepoint. Enjoy!

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Andrew Thompson

Born near Pittsburgh, raised in Massachusetts, living in Philadelphia and now working in New York at CARTO, Andrew has been a fan of cities, maps, and location for as long as he can remember. When he’s not wrangling geodata and building CARTO demos for customers, you’ll find him bicycling, reading, appreciating a good pizza or beer, or exploring all that Philly and NYC have to offer.

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