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Presentation delivered at the J.Boye 2013 annual conference for intranet and web professionals in Aarhus, Denmark. Exploring the journey SharePoint has taken and its future direction, and the impact ...

Presentation delivered at the J.Boye 2013 annual conference for intranet and web professionals in Aarhus, Denmark. Exploring the journey SharePoint has taken and its future direction, and the impact of emerging trends on project scopes and deployment decisions. This was a business-focused presentation and does not discuss individual technical details

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    • SHAREPOINT 2013 WHAT’S DIFFERENT? Directions for Intranets Sharon Richardson Joining Dots @joiningdots #JBoye13
    • ReadMe1st.txt This presentation was delivered at the J.Boye conference in Aarhus on 6th November 2013. It was a 45-minute session summarising what’s different in SharePoint 2013 to help guide evaluations, project scoping and deployment decisions. Formatting has been adjusted to fit Slideshare meaning no animations and some content from the original presentation has been altered or removed. Short notes have Notes look been added to highlight sound bites from the talk. like this… More details can be found in the related blog post: http://joiningdots.com/blog/2013/11/sharepoint-and-intranet-directions All product names, logos and trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Information is provided without warranty or guarantees etc. Use at your own risk And with the disclaimers out of the way…
    • Target Audience The presentation was intended for those responsible for managing internal content spanning intranets, web and social media channels, and traditional document management. It does not cover portal frameworks, process automation or application integration trends that are also very relevant to the direction SharePoint (and the market in general) is taking The presentation was delivered within the EU and is focused on European requirements for compliance and data protection …and did I mention it was only 45 minutes long, including time for questions?  This is looking at changes from a business value perspective – not a technical features discussion
    • SharePoint’s Journey SharePoint’s priorities have changed since it was first launched in 2001, as different market trends have emerged, grown and shrunk. The product will keep adapting…
    • The landscape has changed Many of the popular channels in use today didn’t exist 10 years ago Source: http://www.go-gulf.com/60seconds.jpg
    • Intranets are evolving Consistency Publishing Fulfillment Network Individual Conversation An effective intranet is no longer just about publishing web sites Flexibility Search
    • Intranets are evolving Consistency Publishing Fulfillment Network Individual Conversation Flexibility Search All requirements can be grouped in 4 archetypes with different needs and forms of interaction
    • Intranets are evolving Consistency Publishing Fulfillment Network Individual Conversation If ownership resides in one area, the project will struggle to be resourced effectively Flexibility Search
    • Intranets are evolving Consistency Publishing Fulfillment “I believe it is only a matter of time before enterprise software consists of only 4 types of application: publishing, search, fulfillment and Network conversation – JP Rangaswami , Chief Scientist at SalesforceIndividual Conversation Search The new reality. All enterprise software is heading in this Flexibility direction. Either the intranet and platforms like SharePoint will drive the change. Or they will be replaced by it.
    • What’s really different? Content Conversations Location @joiningdots Based on these key trends, Three focus areas #JBoye13
    • CONTENT
    • Web Design Shift WEB BROWSER DESKTOP MOBILE Same Content Clearer divide between in-browser Same professional adjustments andPage URLs Same Site Collection design/development tools Different layouts Design Manager Snippets SharePoint Designer
    • Web Design Shift DESKTOP WEB BROWSER MOBILE Same Content Clearer divide between in-browser Same professional adjustments andPage URLs Same Site Collection design/development tools Different layouts Design Removing the design view from SharePoint Designer was controversial but sent a clear signal. Non-experts should stick to configurations that Manager within Snippets The days of hacking solutions are over. SharePoint Designer are possible the browser. If you take web design seriously, involve professionals
    • Information Architecture Shift Metadatabased navigation Increasing automation to display navigation and published content through classification and search filters Content search web part Changes to managed metadata and the introduction of the Content Search web part enables far more automation in navigation and the generation of published content.
    • Content Editing Shift Simple improvements, such as datasheet editing and Office web apps working across most browsers. But do beware, not always full fidelity. And finally seeing the arrival of mobile apps for Office and SharePoint… Increasing cross-browser support for simple tasks and content updates + (slow) introduction of mobile apps
    • Document Management Shift File ‘Sync and Share’ market is growing faster than traditional Enterprise Content Management At a technology-agnostic level, there is a coming storm between the convenience of file sync/share and enterprise content management needs. SharePoint is straddling both worlds. This may present some challenges…
    • CONVERSATIONS
    • Communities Activity Overview Content Pivot Pivoting content around the conversation, adding context Improved features and new capabilities focused around webbased topics and discussions rather than documents, with options for including game dynamics to encourage participation. Facilitating faster collaborative outcomes Members and Reputations
    • Newsfeeds Follow relevant content and subject matter experts Ask colleagues for expertise Pivoting content and activities around the individual Preview The often unspoken benefit of enterprise social tools content – improving individual productivity. What does this inline mean for the Intranet home page? Hashtags tied to taxonomy
    • Social Search Connecting and filtering across broader content categories Preview Results Results Filters Bringing context to search results by including recent discussions helps make skills and expertise more visible (and re-usable) within the organisation
    • Yammer… “In my customer meetings over the last few months, people have often asked, "What should I use for social? Yammer or the SharePoint newsfeed?" My answer has been clear: Go Yammer!” - Jared Spataro, Microsoft (March 2013) …the big but. The acquisition of Yammer puts a question mark over SharePoint’s built-in social features. The decision is not always as clear as Microsoft would suggest. Yammer is online only and currently US focused. Doesn’t comply with any EU requirements for cloud computing and data protection. And is not yet as integrated with features like search
    • LOCATION
    • On-premise vs Online Product Line Architecture (PLA) Service Subscription Quarterly Updates Choosing to upgrade versus being told when it will happen Two paths to choose from. On-premise is targeting large deployments. Expert skills required to architect a SharePoint 2013 farm. The days of a server under the desk to grow adoption bottom-up are long gone. Smaller deployments are being pushed online… @joiningdots #JBoye13
    • Cloud vs Hybrid The decision may not be as straightforward as on-premise vs online but a combination of both @joiningdots #JBoye13
    • Native vs Bespoke …and may involve other platforms and custom development @joiningdots #JBoye13
    • On-premise vs Online “Users are going to be somewhere and datacenters are going to be somewhere else. And they’re all going to be distributed at multiple locations. It’s a fundamentally different architecture” @joiningdots Not just about SharePoint maturing, it’s becoming the new reality for many organisations #JBoye13
    • PLANNING
    • Vendor Priorities Consistency / Efficiency Formal Content Standard Processes Expertise / Innovation Team-based Activities Adaptable Managed @joiningdots Social Network Vendors will continue updating and adapting their solutions to meet changing market demands #JBoye13
    • Vendor Priorities …may not be aligned with your priorities. Focus on what Expertise needs Consistency / Efficiency the organisation / Innovation and desired pace of change Formal Content Managed Standard Processes Team-based Activities Social Network Adaptable The decision process is a lot more involved than before. Not just about deciding between technology platforms. Need to have a good understanding of what features and capabilities are right to deploy now versus wait for later @joiningdots #JBoye13
    • Emerging trends won’t be ignored “My staff will not be using email” tablets - Alan Sugar, 2011 Most CIOs, 1993 Never say never. The decision was sound in 1993, when fax and telex were still dominant. Different industries benefit from new trends at different stages of maturity @joiningdots #JBoye13
    • Emerging trends won’t be ignored “My staff will not be using email” tablets - Most CIOs, 2011 But. Mobile working and cloud computing offer fundamental shifts in productivity and decision making. Change is coming to every workplace @joiningdots #JBoye13
    • What’s really different? Content Enterprise Scale & Web Design Standards Conversations Enterprise Social & Individual Productivity Location On-premise vs Online Planning & Requirements @joiningdots #JBoye13
    • What’s really different? Content Maturing to an enterpriseEnterprise Scale & Web grade platform but… Design Standards Conversations Emerging capabilities being Enterprise Social & embraced by platforms Location @joiningdots Individual Productivity Disruptive vs Online On-premisechange in architecting solutions Planning & Requirements #JBoye13
    • Sharon Richardson sharonr@joiningdots.com @joiningdots www.joiningdots.com