Sp2010 Office 2010 Web SeminarPresentation Transcript
SharePoint Server and Microsoft Office 2010: A Hands-On Demonstration Presented By: Mark Weinstein
- The Required Beta Disclaimer -
SharePoint Server 2010 is in the Beta phase and is subject to (and probably will) change!
Some features that you may see during this webinar might actually be different by the time the product is released in Q2 2010.
Product Name Change
Windows SharePoint Services is now going to be known as SharePoint Foundation 2010.
Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 is losing the Microsoft Office preface and will be known simply as SharePoint Server 2010.
New Product Requirements
All versions of SharePoint 2010, including SharePoint Foundation will be 64-bit ONLY!
Requires x64 version of Windows Server 2008 running on a 4-core 2.5GHz server w/8GB RAM!
Requires x64 version of SQL Server
Overview of What’s New
New Look and Feel Interface – Hello Ribbon!
New Central Administration Console
New Access Services
New Visio Services
New Digital Asset Management
New PerformancePoint Services
New Health Monitoring
New Sandboxed Solutions
New PowerShell Support
New Office Web Apps
Overview of What’s Improved
Improved Excel Services
Improved BDC – Now called Business Connectivity Services
Improved Enterprise Search – Includes FAST
Improved Records Management
Improved Social Computing Services
Improved Workflow Foundation – Portability!
Improved SharePoint Designer
Improved Developer Tools and APIs
Overview of Upgrade Options
In-place Upgrade is Available
Database Attach Upgrade
Hybrid Upgrade Options
Visual Upgrade - allows the server administrator or site owner to determine when and if the new look for SharePoint Server 2010 is used for a particular site collection. Server administrators can choose to adopt the new look and feel for all sites during upgrade, let site owners make the choice after upgrade, or keep the old look and feel for all sites.