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CDHC D H SharePoint For Internet Sites                          May 2012
CDH                    Quick FactsAbout Us           Approach          Partnerships• 22nd Year        • Vendor          • ...
CDH   Expertise
CDH    C/D/H Microsoft CompetenciesGold                   Silver• Communications       • Content Management• Messaging    ...
CDH         Get Social with C/D/H  C/D/H Talks Tech     C/D/H Tweets Tech
CDH         Why Are You Here…?      • You might need a new web site…      • You are comparing web content        managemen...
CDH   Magic Square
CDH        Web Content Management      •   Pixel-by-pixel design      •   In-line WYSIWYG content editing      •   Schedul...
CDH   Great Looking SharePoint Sites
CDH   Great Looking SharePoint Sites
CDH                 The Truth Is…      • There isn’t much new in WCM      • Most platforms provide similar WCM        func...
CDH   Common WCM Functionality
CDH      What Do You Mean byCDH      “Other Stuff?”
CDH     Don’t Need The “Other Stuff”      • Use SiteCore or Ektron or DotNet        Nuke
CDH                  The Other Stuff      • Document and Records Management      • Web Content Management          – Centr...
Magic Square
CDH              More “Other Stuff”      • Development platform        – .NET-based/Open APIs      • Strategic IT concerns...
CDH              Ecosystem “Stuff”      •   Vendors/partners      •   Third-party training      •   Third-party components...
CDH   Adding Style To Web Parts
CDH   Integration
CDH   Integration
SharePoint for Internet SitesCDH                 (FIS)      • Licensed by the server      • Volume pricing:        – Enter...
CDH          SharePoint Gotchas      • FIS will not be an out-of-the-box        deployment      • Some shops struggle with...
CDH            Ideal FIS Organization      • Wants WCM and a couple of these:        –   Enterprise grade software        ...
CDH               FIS Resources      • http://www.wssdemo.com/livepivot/
CDH                         Thank You Royal Oak                                  Grand Rapids 306 S. Washington Ave.      ...
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Why Consider SharePoint for Your Internet Site

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On May 16th, John Bissa presented on one of today's hottest SharePoint topics: Why to consider SharePoint for your Internet site.

View John’s SharePoint for Internet Sites slide deck to learn about web content management, why SharePoint makes sense for your website, why it might not, some common SharePoint gotchas, and some great looking SharePoint sites.

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

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  1. 1. CDHC D H SharePoint For Internet Sites May 2012
  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 • Cisco Registered Services Only • Novell Gold
  3. 3. CDH Expertise
  4. 4. CDH C/D/H Microsoft CompetenciesGold Silver• Communications • Content Management• Messaging • Desktop• Portals and • Digital Marketing Collaboration • Identity and Security• Systems Management • Midmarket Solutions • Search • Server Platform • Virtualization
  5. 5. CDH Get Social with C/D/H C/D/H Talks Tech C/D/H Tweets Tech
  6. 6. CDH Why Are You Here…? • You might need a new web site… • You are comparing web content management platforms… • Competing interests…
  7. 7. CDH Magic Square
  8. 8. CDH Web Content Management • Pixel-by-pixel design • In-line WYSIWYG content editing • Scheduled publishing • Approval workflows • Revision control
  9. 9. CDH Great Looking SharePoint Sites
  10. 10. CDH Great Looking SharePoint Sites
  11. 11. CDH The Truth Is… • There isn’t much new in WCM • Most platforms provide similar WCM functionality • Product distinction is found in the “other stuff.”
  12. 12. CDH Common WCM Functionality
  13. 13. CDH What Do You Mean byCDH “Other Stuff?”
  14. 14. CDH Don’t Need The “Other Stuff” • Use SiteCore or Ektron or DotNet Nuke
  15. 15. CDH The Other Stuff • Document and Records Management • Web Content Management – Centralized vs. Decentralized • Portals and Content Integration • Enterprise Search • Collaboration and Social Software • Digital & Media Asset Management • SharePoint Ecosystem
  16. 16. Magic Square
  17. 17. CDH More “Other Stuff” • Development platform – .NET-based/Open APIs • Strategic IT concerns – Enterprise-class supportability – Licensing • Common experience – Users – Training – Infrastructure
  18. 18. CDH Ecosystem “Stuff” • Vendors/partners • Third-party training • Third-party components • Online support • Books
  19. 19. CDH Adding Style To Web Parts
  20. 20. CDH Integration
  21. 21. CDH Integration
  22. 22. SharePoint for Internet SitesCDH (FIS) • Licensed by the server • Volume pricing: – Enterprise - $40,500 – Standard - $11,500 • Standard edition is limited to one domain and SharePoint CAL standard features • Also need SQL
  23. 23. CDH SharePoint Gotchas • FIS will not be an out-of-the-box deployment • Some shops struggle with developing for the SharePoint UI • The Microsoft experience
  24. 24. CDH Ideal FIS Organization • Wants WCM and a couple of these: – Enterprise grade software – Commonality in IT environment/experience – Decentralized content creation – Custom development/integration platform – Leans toward .NET • Is fairly sophisticated • Has licensing arrangement with Microsoft
  25. 25. CDH FIS Resources • http://www.wssdemo.com/livepivot/
  26. 26. 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 (248) 546-1800 (616) 776-1600 www.cdh.com (c) C/D/H 2007. All rights reserved
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