Like SharePoint 2007, SharePoint 2010 comes in three different versions. However, the version names have changed and what is available in each version is different. So if you’re moving from the SharePoint 2007 world to the SharePoint 2010 world, it can be a bit confusing (it has been for me). The versions are:
Below is an attempt to summarize the different functions that are available in each of the three different versions of SharePoint 2010. This is based on pulling data together from across the web and may not be complete or totally accurate. If you have suggested changes to make, please feel free to do so. I’ll try to keep this table up based on feedback (or, ideally, on something official that Microsoft may decide to publish on the topic).
UPDATE: Microsoft has published a slick SharePoint 2010 Edition Comparison page that has the latest and complete information on this topic.
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