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CDH                    Quick FactsAbout Us           Approach          Partnerships• 22nd Year        • Vendor          • ...
CDH              Microsoft Gold PartnerCompetencies       Successes               Pinpoint• Four Gold        • Customer Ex...
CDH   Expertise
CDH         Get Social with C/D/H  C/D/H Talks Tech     C/D/H Tweets Tech
CDH             About me Julie Boudro Consultant MCITP, MCTS, MCT julieb@cdh.com 248.554.3176
CDH                Today’s Agenda      •   A sneak peek at the new version      •   Whats new? Whats different?      •   B...
CDH       What’s new? What’s different?      • Heavy focus on sharing information      • New ways to collaborate      • In...
CDH     SharePoint              Organize Discover      Share   Build    Manage
CDH              Drill down scenario Share Highlights      •   Newsfeed      •   SkyDrive Pro      •   Document collaborat...
CDH             Share  Share ideas
CDH   Put social to work
CDH   Share content
CDH   Streamline common tasks                            14
CDH   Store, sync and share                              15
CDH   Share the vision
CDH   Create dynamic sites                             17
CDH   Organize
CDH           Drill down scenario  Organize Highlights     • New Site     • Team Site Design     • Team Mailbox     • OneN...
CDH   Discover
CDH           Drill down scenario  Discover Highlights     • People search     • General search     • Community search    ...
CDH   Uncover knowledge
CDH     SharePoint              Organize Discover      Share   Build    Manage
CDH       Web Designers in SharePoint 2010                            Custom                              Nav             ...
Web Designer & DeveloperCDH               Enablement in SP2013                                           SharePoint       ...
CDH                  Build Sites  Build Highlights      •   Design Manager      •   Device Channels      •   Managed Navig...
CDH    To upgrade or not to upgrade?      • Same hardware and software        requirements      • Already using claims    ...
CDH             Planning for 2013      • Office web applications is a separate        server      • Windows NTLM deprecate...
CDH   Questions
CDH                         Thank You Royal Oak                                    Grand Rapids 306 S. Washington Ave.    ...
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There's a lot of talk and excitement surrounding SharePoint 2013 -- and rightfully so! But now that it's in public beta, you may be hearing about a lot of changes and additions to social, search, web content management, and more.

A lot of our clients are asking us this question, "How do I find out more about SharePoint 2013, and is it right for me?"

View the slide deck and let us help you find YOUR answer, with:

• A sneak peek of the new version
• What's new? What's different?
• Benefits of SharePoint 2013
• Who should upgrade immediately. Who can wait.
• How to prepare to move to SharePoint 2013

Don't miss this great content!

And for more information on this or other SharePoint topics, visit our blog at www.cdhtalkstech.com.

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  • Under these broad service headings are an infinite number of options because the needs of each client are unique. Therefore, we don’t pull “cookie cutter” solutions off the shelf. We rely on our experience and expertise in these areas to serve as the foundation for developing solutions that are right for each client and their unique circumstances. AIM –Our first area of expertise is in Access & Identity Management, which we call “AIM”. AIM is broader than just IT security, but it certainly includes IT security.“With the new laws about financial and operating controls, companies are forced, often by the government, to establish, maintain and report on proper information access. They have to know the right people, who have the right roles, and have authority to the right information. SOX, GLBA, HIPAA, PCI, DSS, and FISMA are all recent regulations forcing companies to deploy security and identity management systems to control access to their networks. C/D/H’s certified security experts can develop and deploy solutions that ensure your systems are in compliance with Federal, State, and local laws as well as any industry regulations.For clients who progressively use technology , AIM allows them to streamline and automate business processes, to bring value to end-users via single sign-on, to quickly add or remove users from dozens of systems and applications, and to enable secure remote access for remote or mobile employees.[DON’T READ THIS SECTION] Security and identity defined: cross directory identity integration, security, access control, authentication, role based security, authorization and management, provisioning, firewall configuration. COLLABORATION –“Collaboration is the new business buzz-word, but it has been around for many years. Only the tools are changing. People must share knowledge with each other inside and outside the organization. Companies, trying to reduce costs, realize the wasted effort when people act upon poor or wrong information - often when the correct information is available from the person in the cubicle next to them! And when that person next to them is not in the cube, but working from home, in another state, or in another country, it is more difficult to get the right information. So collaborative systems like email, portals, document management systems, telephony, instant messaging, video conferencing and other technologies are fast gaining popularity because they make it EASIER to communicate and collaborate with others. So people become more productive, getting things done faster, and at a higher quality.”[DON’T READ THIS SECTION] Collaboration defined: messaging systems (e-mail, IM, Video), portal systems, telephony, Web 2.0 enabled systemsINFRASTRUCTURE – “Infrastructure is our heritage, it is where C/D/H began. Infrastructure is defined many ways. We define it as the plumbing and wiring that keeps your “network machine” working! You can’t collaborate if your email system is unavailable! You can’t add a new ERP system unless your infrastructure can handle the traffic! You cannot provide remote access without the proper Internet bandwidth and software! For most of us, if the Internet is unavailable, it’s like trying to work without a phone, and if the entire network is down, business comes to a grinding halt! The network and its’ integrated systems of servers, storage, applications, computing devices is perhaps one of your most important assets. Keeping those assets running at peak efficiency with the correct tools, solid processes, and best practices is how we serve our clients.” Our experts in virtualization, operating systems, network design, and data center management have always been in high demand because of their depth of experience and vendor independence.”[DON’T READ THIS SECTION] Infrastructure defined: directory services, networking technologies, network operating systems, virtualization, server-based services, desktop engineering, system management, data center management, and storage managementPROJECT MANAGEMENT- “We’ve been in this business for nearly 20 years and we concur with Gartner’s research which states that somewhere between 50 and 75% of all IT projects “fail”. “Fail” means the project falls short in one of the 3 areas of the project triangle. 1) It comes in over budget, or 2) it comes in late, or 3) it is deployed and doesn’t fully solve the problem or provide the value that it was originally designed to address. From our experience, a project will succeed or fail, most often not because of the technology, but because of the quality of project management. The proper project management methodology employed by a highly trained and certified project manager is a key to ensuring your project is part of the successful 25% and avoid the common pitfalls of IT project failures.[DON’T READ THIS SECTION] Project management defined: program management, PMO processes, project management services, tool identification, analysis, and recommendations[DON’T READ THIS SECTION] Consulting services defined: planning, design, architecture, engineering, testing, implementation, documentation, knowledge transfer, audits, and assessments.  
  • Security is focused on Sharing of contentTeam
  • SharePoint is the place to share ideas, content and the vision of your company. It’s scalable enough to organize and manage all your information assets but it’s also designed to organize and store documents to enable personal productivity, keep teams’ in sync, and projects on track. It’s where you go to discover experts, share knowledge and uncover connections to information and people. It’s a hub for developers to build and deploy modern apps and for designers to build eye-catching websites. And because its built in the cloud IT Pros can manage cost, and meet the demands of compliance to manage risk. Finally, SharePoint 2013 has been built to handle almost anything our customers can throw at it so IT Pros can spend more time managing information, delivering innovation and manage their time effectively.
  • As organizations look at becoming more social it’s crucial to think beyond a set of features, and start to understand how social can help them achieve some of their key business needs; such as keeping employees up-to-date, breaking down silos, increasing reuse of information, documenting tacit knowledge, finding who knows what, making collaborative decisions and putting social to work.
  • We’re introducing an array of new social features let you share what you’re working on, ask questions and keep track of what your colleagues are doingwith contextual updates delivered to your activity feed.The heart of the social experience in SharePoint 2013 is the newsfeed – it’s a summary of all your social interactions from your microblogs and community conversations, to the sites, content, and people you follow.The newsfeed gives people the ability to post, to reply to others comments, to like. If you’re following a hashtag, or someone posts a comment on a community of site all of this activity will appear on your newsfeed. The newsfeed can also be filtered to show information targeted directly at you, including @mentions, to help you quickly get involved in the conversation.There are multiple feeds as part of the social experience, your personal newsfeed, a company feed that is used to share information with everyone and individual site feeds. Following in SharePoint 2013 includes not only people, but documents, sites and tags and you can even show trending tags based on social analytics designed to help everyone in the organization keep a close eye on what’s happening across your organization and stay connected from virtually anywhere.
  • With the next release of SharePoint we’ve focused on creating a brand new and simplified user experience so that common tasks like document sharing, editing lists inline and create sites in a few simple clicks are easier than ever but still keeping you firmly in control of your content.
  • We’ve really focused on making sharing simple in this release. You can drag and drop content directly into your document libraries and by hovering over a document you can see live document preview and at a glance see who you’re sharing with and when the document was last edited. Without leaving the library you can edit your documents using Office Web Apps, and in one click share it with a colleague. We’re taking document sharing and storage one step further with the introduction of SkyDrive Pro.
  • SkyDrive Pro is a service that we’re introducing with the next release of SharePoint that allows organizations to provision and manage personal cloud storage for their employees. You can now sync your content in SharePoint to your desktop with SkyDrive Pro, so if you’re working remotely or about to jump on a plane your docs are just a mouse click away.
  • SharePoint gives you a central place to share your organization’s vision and update employees on important news and information.
  • With SharePoint you can embed PowerPoint presentations and videos into your team or intranet sites to help communicate business priorities and initiatives. SharePoint blogs allow you to provide regular updates to your team or the entire organization and get rapid feedback. We’ve made a number of improvements to inline site editing so updating sites andcommunicate changes to critical business processes can be done quickly to keep everyone up-to-date.
  • With every SharePoint release pushed to redefine the boundaries of collaboration. A big part of this is comes from helping teams organize their content so that they can work together effectively but what makes SharePoint truly unique is that it’s scalable enough to organize and manage all your information assets so you can access everything you need from one place.With the latest version of SharePoint and Project you can organize everything from personal tasks, lightweight group or team projects, or organization wide change projects.
  • When it comes to staying connected, you need more than just isolated social features based on consumer technologies. You still need to author documents, go to meetings, run projects, and respond to email. SharePoint’s core capabilities like social, search and business intelligence provide a fabric that binds these experiences so people can discover experts, answers, and connections to people and information.You can discover people across the organization who can answer questions and provide instant feedback on documents or project tasks you’re working on. The improvements we’ve made to search go beyond getting more relevant results, but also uncovering knowledge and then sharing your insights. Social and Search are the cornerstone of helping people discover answers, and when you combine that with the power of rich BI tools such as Excel and Power View you can move beyond insights and get answers.In SharePoint 2013 we’re introducing an entirely new feature called “community sites” You can think about it like a discussion forum, where you can discover connections,ask questions and discover new content and identify people across the organization who can provide instant feedback on documents or project tasks you’re working on.
  • I mentioned the importance of video earlier. We’ve created an entirely new search experience with SharePoint 2013 to surface information that otherwise might be difficult to find. We’ve enabled a video slicer for your search results and displayed them in a grid with custom refiners and hover card to make it easy to find and view internal training videos or uncover knowledge on a particular subject that may not have been accessible in the past.
  • SharePoint is the place to share ideas, content and the vision of your company. It’s scalable enough to organize and manage all your information assets but it’s also designed to organize and store documents to enable personal productivity, keep teams’ in sync, and projects on track. It’s where you go to discover experts, share knowledge and uncover connections to information and people. It’s a hub for developers to build and deploy modern apps and for designers to build eye-catching websites. And because its built in the cloud IT Pros can manage cost, and meet the demands of compliance to manage risk. Finally, SharePoint 2013 has been built to handle almost anything our customers can throw at it so IT Pros can spend more time managing information, delivering innovation and manage their time effectively.
  • Transcript of "Sneak Peek: SharePoint 2013"

    1. 1. CDHC D H Sneak Peek: SharePoint 2013
    2. 2. CDH Quick FactsAbout Us Approach Partnerships• 22nd Year • Vendor • Microsoft Gold• Grand Rapids & Independent • VMware Enterprise Royal Oak • Non-reseller • Citrix Silver• 30 Staff • Professional • Novell Gold Services Only • Cisco Premier
    3. 3. CDH Microsoft Gold PartnerCompetencies Successes Pinpoint• Four Gold • Customer Excellence • Microsoft’s official• Eight Silver Award partner directory • Virtual Technical • 5-star rating Specialist (VTSP) • Managed Partner • Numerous Partner Awards
    4. 4. CDH Expertise
    5. 5. CDH Get Social with C/D/H C/D/H Talks Tech C/D/H Tweets Tech
    6. 6. CDH About me Julie Boudro Consultant MCITP, MCTS, MCT julieb@cdh.com 248.554.3176
    7. 7. CDH Today’s Agenda • A sneak peek at the new version • Whats new? Whats different? • Benefits of the new version • Who should upgrade now. Who can wait. • How to prepare your move to SharePoint 2013
    8. 8. CDH What’s new? What’s different? • Heavy focus on sharing information • New ways to collaborate • Increased mobile support • Efficiencies in working with sites, lists and libraries • Web content management • E-discovery and holds
    9. 9. CDH SharePoint Organize Discover Share Build Manage
    10. 10. CDH Drill down scenario Share Highlights • Newsfeed • SkyDrive Pro • Document collaboration • Simple Sharing • SharePoint for touch
    11. 11. CDH Share Share ideas
    12. 12. CDH Put social to work
    13. 13. CDH Share content
    14. 14. CDH Streamline common tasks 14
    15. 15. CDH Store, sync and share 15
    16. 16. CDH Share the vision
    17. 17. CDH Create dynamic sites 17
    18. 18. CDH Organize
    19. 19. CDH Drill down scenario Organize Highlights • New Site • Team Site Design • Team Mailbox • OneNote notebook • Tasks and Timeline • Personal Tasks • Community Sites
    20. 20. CDH Discover
    21. 21. CDH Drill down scenario Discover Highlights • People search • General search • Community search • Document library search
    22. 22. CDH Uncover knowledge
    23. 23. CDH SharePoint Organize Discover Share Build Manage
    24. 24. CDH Web Designers in SharePoint 2010 Custom Nav provider HTML Sketches CSS Dreamwea ver SharePoint Designer
    25. 25. Web Designer & DeveloperCDH Enablement in SP2013 SharePoint HTML Auto Snippet Channel Sketches Upload Convert Gallery settings CSS Dreamweaver
    26. 26. CDH Build Sites Build Highlights • Design Manager • Device Channels • Managed Navigation • Image Renditions
    27. 27. CDH To upgrade or not to upgrade? • Same hardware and software requirements • Already using claims • Desire to leverage new WCM features • Low amount of customizations
    28. 28. CDH Planning for 2013 • Office web applications is a separate server • Windows NTLM deprecated • 2007 > 2010 > 2013 • Never should do an in-place upgrade
    29. 29. CDH Questions
    30. 30. CDH Thank You Royal Oak Grand Rapids 306 S. Washington Ave. 15 Ionia SW Suite 212 Suite 270 Royal Oak, MI 48067 Grand Rapids, MI 49503 p: (248) 546-1800 p: (616) 776-1600 www.cdh.com (c) C/D/H 2007.  All rights reserved
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