Presentation Unified Communications Virtual User Group on Monday, September 20thMicrosoft LiveMeeting recording can be viewed at: http://ucvug.nl
SharePoint as a platform for collaboration, web content management, search.Linking pin to OCS is Presence capability, directing end users to chat and telecom
Basic mechanism using presence as linking pin stays the same.SharePoint 2010 addsMySite activity information to the Lync client, delivering a very close interface between your Communicator and social SharePoint.Same applies to Outlook, another client that brings you the activity stream from SharePoint to the client of your choice.
Lower left hand: basic presence in a SharePoint 2010 team site: link content to peopleUpper left hand: Organisation Browser (Silverlight) in SharePoint 2010, based on AD information, is the same as the contact card used in Lync in the upper right hand corner. Mind the nice UC people pane in Outlook (group view)Lower right hand: example of the new Lync Communicator client
SharePoint 2010 MySite: Micro blogging (like Twitter) is being pushed to the Lync client
Organisation Browser with dynamic Silverlight flow
Click on a picture and navigate to his/her MySite, discovering more about your colleagues. What are they working at, memberships, their colleagues, documents, comments, interests, will answer questions about, etc.
Basic presence displays a new contact card with tabs to present properties. You can open new contact cards on your journey through the organisation…
1 click navigation to a MySite!
2 sides to be discovered in each organisation: structures, processes, predictability and organic flow of social networks, creativity, unique solutions to unique problems
e-office calls thisyellowand blue
traditional, you can link document management, compliance, basic profile properties, web content management to the blue zone and chat, presence, (micro) blogging to the yellow zone
My opinion: combine the UC (unified communications) capabilities to the C (collaboration) capabilities in order to get the most of both platforms
basic implementation could start with presence, opening up the Calendar discipline. From there on choose for either the Collaboration route (link documents to people) or the telecom route (create effective and cost efficient ways to establish contact)
Then it becomes more tricky: introducing social capabilities from SharePoint (and even Lync Communicator) requires a very different strategy: use pilot groups to grow and learn.
1. a social UC?<br />SharePoint 2010 and Linc 2010<br />
2. meet Bas Krikke<br />solutions consultant<br />new world of work<br />
3. where is sharepoint<br />from UC point of view…<br />