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  • 1. Mobile SharePoint Dachis GroupWednesday, 22 August 12
  • 2. INDEX 1. Why mobile for SharePoint 2. Mobile SharePoint options 3. Dachis Group 4. Contacts and further linksWednesday, 22 August 12
  • 3. WHY MOBILE FOR SHAREPOINTWednesday, 22 August 12
  • 4. MOBILE IS UBIQUITOUS 40% mobile annual growth 4.6B mobile phone users 85M tablets estimated sold in 2012 3x more smartphones use in 2011 12% of all handsets are smartphonesWednesday, 22 August 12
  • 5. “The number of mobile devices will exceed the world’s population by 2012.” Cisco VNI Mobile, 2012 5Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 6. Mobile infiltrated the workplace The workforce is not tied to its desktop to access and share business intelligence 6Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 7. BENEFITS OF WORKFORCE MOBILITY Information Mobility attracts Improved Cost savings available Improved Improved process best-in-class new personal (less paper, travel whenever and customer service efficiencies hires productivity efficient) wherever needed 7Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 8. SO WHY ISN’T EVERYONE DOING THIS? 8Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 9. Three main barriers to use SharePoint on mobile devices 9Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 10. 1. EXPERIENCE Core SP functionality is not supported on mobile devices out of the box: no document upload nor edit; touch experience not optimal for quick information retrieval. 10Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 11. 2. SECURITY Issues on secure remote access into the company, different devices, data encryption. No enterprise-wide solution means that users create their own, leading to more problems. 11Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 12. 3. CONNECTIVITY Connections are still subject to wavy accessibility in some situations. IT departments would need to supply increased bandwidth to cope with increased usage. 12Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 13. ? WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO EXPOSE SHAREPOINT ON MOBILE? 13Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 14. MOBILE SHAREPOINT OPTIONSWednesday, 22 August 12
  • 15. DO NOTHING ACCESS SP ON YOUR MOBILE AS A STANDARD WEB SITE 15Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 16. DO SOMETHING YOU HAVE 5 OPTIONS 16Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 17. Out of the Box 3rd Party Framework Mobile Web Apps Native Apps Responsive DesignWednesday, 22 August 12
  • 18. Out of the BoxWednesday, 22 August 12
  • 19. Out of the Box Mobile Views. It’s the most basic available solution. Allows you to navigate sites, lists, documents libraries and perform searches. PROs CONs - Pilot for “Real need” - No customisation option - Cheap - Poor user experience - Completely out of the box - Limited functionality - Poor scalability 19Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 20. 20Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 21. 3rd Party FrameworkWednesday, 22 August 12
  • 22. 3rd Party Framework. Provides a 3rd party API to code against, usually templates that allow a good extent of functionality and front end customisation. PROs CONs - Fully customisable - Not guaranteed at upgrade - Fully extensible - Potentially expensive - Expensive to maintain - Requires new resource for maintenance 22Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 23. 23Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 24. Mobile Web AppsWednesday, 22 August 12
  • 25. Mobile Web Apps. Ideal for specific requirements targeted at mobile users. Cross-device compatibility. PROs CONs - Mobile specific user - Expensive execution experience - Ongoing support and maintenance - Compatibility at upgrade - Device specific - Spot solution 25Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 26. SharePlus Harmon.ie 26Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 27. Native AppsWednesday, 22 August 12
  • 28. Native Apps. Device specific application, using a specific programming language (i.e. Java or Objective C). Allows you to exploit features of the device (e.g. build the ability to use the camera into your business processes etc). PROs CONs - Highly tailored user - Most expensive option experience - Additional in-house - Branded resources needed - Ongoing support and maintenance - Device specific - No upgrade path 28Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 29. 29Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 30. Responsive DesignWednesday, 22 August 12
  • 31. Responsive Design. Using HTML5, the page scales and adapts to the device resolution and screen size. It is ideal for delivering content to users maintaining the same look and feel of your SP implementation. PROs CONs - Cross-device - User experience not mobile - Cross-platform specific - Future proof - Single user experience regardless of device - Also provides good experience on wide screens & notebooks 31Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 32. WIDESCREEN 32Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 33. WIDESCREEN 33Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 34. TABLET LAND SCAPE 34Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 35. TABLET PORTRAIT 35Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 36. MOBILE 36Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 37. USER MAINTAINANCE EFFORT EXPERIENCE ONGOING COST BUILDING COST UX M E Out of the Box UX M E 3rd Party Framework UX M E Mobile Web Apps UX M E Native Apps UX M E Responsive DesignWednesday, 22 August 12
  • 38. DACHIS GROUPWednesday, 22 August 12
  • 39. LONDON LINCOLN PORTLAND PHILADELPHIA ST. LOUIS NEW YORK AUSTIN SINGAPORE RIO DE JANEIRO SYDNEY THE WORLD’S LEADING SOCIAL CONSULTANCY FIRM We are the leading global, integrated, end-to-end social business consultancy. Working with 50% of the Fortune 500. Multi-year engagements. The largest group of Facebook Preferred Developers in the world. 500+ Facebook sites, mobile and gamification projects.Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 40. THE FOUR DIMENSIONS OF SOCIAL BUSINESS SERVICES STRATEGY EMPLOYEES CUSTOMERS INSIDE OUTSIDE SOFTWARE PLATFORM 40Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 41. THE BUSINESS DISCONNECTIONS LACK OF SOCIAL VISION LACK OF LACK OF EMPLOYEE CUSTOMER ENGAGEMENT ENGAGEMENT ONE WAY COMMUNICATIONS LACK OF DATA PLATFORMS 41Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 42. OUR SOCIAL BUSINESS OFFERING BESPOKE SERVICES Vision, Strategy & Planning Measure Social Performance Employee Advocacy MANAGED SERVICES Consumer Advocacy Partner Advocacy Community Management PACKAGED SERVICES SaaS 42Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 43. SOME OF OUR CLIENTS 43Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 44. Visual Design System Architecture UX & Interaction Design Back/Front Development Information Architecture System Integration Research & Workshops Launch & Adoption Vision & Strategy Community Management ITERATIVE & USER CENTERED DESIGN & DEVELOPMENT PROCESS 44Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 45. Strategy Research Design Development CONTINUOUS AGILE Our phases aren’t strict, but blend and overlap naturally one in the other with a cross-disciplinary project team and iteratively improving the final result. 45Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 46. CONTACTS & FURTHER LINKSWednesday, 22 August 12
  • 47. MORE CASE STUDIES www.dachisgroup.com/case-studies OUR BLOG www.dachisgroup.com/blog 47Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 48. CONTACTS Cerys Hearsey SENIOR CONSULTANT cerys.hearsey@dachisgroup.com Davide Casali HEAD OF DESIGN davide.casali@dachisgroup.com 48Wednesday, 22 August 12
  • 49. Thank you. 49Wednesday, 22 August 12