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  • Microsoft SharePoint Server is a Microsoft proprietary software product built on the ASP.NET framework. SharePoint Server works with Microsoft IISweb server to produce sites intended for collaboration, file sharing, web databases, social networking and web publishing. SharePoint server farms can host web sites, portals, intranets, extranets, Internets, web content management systems, search engine, wikis, blogs, social networking, business intelligence, workflow as well as providing a framework for web application development.SharePoint only runs on Microsoft Windows Server and requires the ASP.NET framework be installed. Current SharePoint 2010 was developed on ASP.NET 3.5 and is not compatible with ASP.NET 4. SharePoint also requires a database. SharePoint only works with Microsoft SQL Server or Microsoft SQL Server Express database. SharePoint works with other LDAP providers other than Active Directory and provides an API that can be consumed by non-Microsoft platforms like Java and PHP.
  • In 2007 Microsoft released Microsoft Office SharePoint Server or MOSS. This product was licensed in both a standard and enterprise version. The 2007 release also included a more limited free version called Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 or WSS 3.0. MOSS 2007 was the first point that joined Web Content Management to SharePoint. Before that Microsoft had a WCM product called Microsoft Content Management Server which had its last release in 2002.
  • Sites – Everything is a site on SP: Basis for Collaboration and Team SitesCommunities – Facebook for the EnterpriseContent – Documents & Records ManagementSearchStandard Search Engine ImprovedDocument Metadata searchingFAST search addedInsights – Business Intelligence – Performance Point ServicesComposites – Composite apps without code using Business Connection Services integrate Line of Business AppsInfopathSharepoint DesignerVisioSocial networking - In SPS 2010, just about every element such as sites, documents, videos, blog posts are taggable. There is out-of-the-box support for navigating the tag clouds and lists. Users will be able to rate artifacts and recommend it to others. Co-workers can keep up with the latest by tracking the activity data available as a new feed. Individual users will be able to setup profiles, write to a common or personal board, indicate their presence/location and be able to take advantage of micro-blogging capabilities.
  • Sites – Everything is a site on SP: Basis for Collaboration and Team SitesCommunities – Facebook for the EnterpriseContent – Documents & Records ManagementSearchStandard Search Engine ImprovedDocument Metadata searchingFAST search addedInsights – Business Intelligence – Performance Point ServicesComposites – Composite apps without code using Business Connection Services integrate Line of Business AppsInfopathSharepoint DesignerVisioSocial networking - In SPS 2010, just about every element such as sites, documents, videos, blog posts are taggable. There is out-of-the-box support for navigating the tag clouds and lists. Users will be able to rate artifacts and recommend it to others. Co-workers can keep up with the latest by tracking the activity data available as a new feed. Individual users will be able to setup profiles, write to a common or personal board, indicate their presence/location and be able to take advantage of micro-blogging capabilities.
  • Sites – Everything is a site on SP: Basis for Collaboration and Team SitesCommunities – Facebook for the EnterpriseContent – Documents & Records ManagementSearchStandard Search Engine ImprovedDocument Metadata searchingFAST search addedInsights – Business Intelligence – Performance Point ServicesComposites – Composite apps without code using Business Connection Services integrate Line of Business AppsInfopathSharepoint DesignerVisioSocial networking - In SPS 2010, just about every element such as sites, documents, videos, blog posts are taggable. There is out-of-the-box support for navigating the tag clouds and lists. Users will be able to rate artifacts and recommend it to others. Co-workers can keep up with the latest by tracking the activity data available as a new feed. Individual users will be able to setup profiles, write to a common or personal board, indicate their presence/location and be able to take advantage of micro-blogging capabilities.
  • Social networking - In SPS 2010, just about every element such as sites, documents, videos, blog posts are taggable. There is out-of-the-box support for navigating the tag clouds and lists. Users will be able to rate artifacts and recommend it to others. Co-workers can keep up with the latest by tracking the activity data available as a new feed. Individual users will be able to setup profiles, write to a common or personal board, indicate their presence/location and be able to take advantage of micro-blogging capabilities.
  • Workflows,using external data connectors to pull information into SP, Integration with SSRS.
  • - To ensure the best possible experience across multiple browsers we’re focusing our SharePoint 2010 engineering efforts on targeting standards based browsers (XHTML 1.0 compliant) including Internet Explorer 7, Internet Explorer 8 and Firefox 3.x. running on Windows Operating Systems. In addition we’re planning on an increased level of compatibility with Firefox 3.x and Safari 3.x on non-Windows Operating Systems. Due to this focus Internet Explorer 6 will not be a supported browser for SharePoint Server 2010.
  • Insights = New BI
  • NewsAnnouncementsBBC education New – RSSLaunch to other resources – MenuCentral Document LibrarySaerching - Metadata Search of Document Library & Site ContentKPIS – Productivity Drivers on Home Page
  • KPI Scorecard Oracle Database SSIS “ETL” SQL Server Staging Tables Performance Point Services Excel Services
  • What else can you do with SharepointProject Server -SLC - PPD FORM - Plan - View - Report
  • Example of KPI dashboard for Project Server 2010
  • TOP: Gauges – give overall ‘health’ levelMiddle: Priority against Cost and Budget vs SpendBottom: Work done driven from task level in Projects
  • TOP: Gauges – give overall ‘health’ levelMiddle: Priority against Cost and Budget vs SpendBottom: Work done driven from task level in Projects
  • What else can you do with SharepointProject Server -SLC - PPD FORM - Plan - View - Report
  • 1)niall.quinn:Pa$$w0rdSelf Service Screen (Customised MySite) Self Service Sick – InfoPath submitting to BizTalkBrigade screen KPI Summary – “Loss Avoided” & “Budget” Resource Matching List Highlight JO deficiency – Need to Make “OT” or “Pump off Run” decision. Click link to Deficiency (see why JO is deficient) Click to Spare Brigade Visio Resource Summary Diagram (Visualises Data) Key Zoom in2)alan.pardew:Pa$$w0rdStation 42Make 2 BA SickMake 1 EF SickMove 2 BA from Spare3)niall.quinn:Pa$$w0rd Station: 44 Request Move (Michael Turner) Brigade Screen - Refresh
  • Social networking - In SPS 2010, just about every element such as sites, documents, videos, blog posts are taggable. There is out-of-the-box support for navigating the tag clouds and lists. Users will be able to rate artifacts and recommend it to others. Co-workers can keep up with the latest by tracking the activity data available as a new feed. Individual users will be able to setup profiles, write to a common or personal board, indicate their presence/location and be able to take advantage of micro-blogging capabilities.
  • 1)niall.quinn:Pa$$w0rdSelf Service Screen (Customised MySite) Self Service Sick – InfoPath submitting to BizTalkBrigade screen KPI Summary – “Loss Avoided” & “Budget” Resource Matching List Highlight JO deficiency – Need to Make “OT” or “Pump off Run” decision. Click link to Deficiency (see why JO is deficient) Click to Spare Brigade Visio Resource Summary Diagram (Visualises Data) Key Zoom in2)alan.pardew:Pa$$w0rdStation 42Make 2 BA SickMake 1 EF SickMove 2 BA from Spare3)niall.quinn:Pa$$w0rd Station: 44 Request Move (Michael Turner) Brigade Screen - Refresh
  • Improves operating efficiency – F&R example of Phone arroundImproved communication– Txt message & Email NotificationsImproved collaboration– Teams sites for Shift swapping etc. More effective visibility, use and deployment of resources. Assists in optimising and achieving resource and team completion aims. Full traceability and trail of activities. Clear view of post needs and resource skills, qualifications and/or certifications. Performance metrics via Management reporting functions and KPIs.
  • The Microsoft Software + Services strategy was developed in respond to customer requests and growing trends in the marketplace. In the messaging and collaboration space, we have found that collaboration applications are increasing becoming mission critical components of a company’s daily operations. Even though many of these companies understand the need to increase the “speed to value” of equipping employee with the latest collaboration tools, their IT department struggles to keep the software up to date. CIOs are faced with the difficult choices of deciding where to spend their limited IT resources: keeping up existing infrastructure, investing in software upgrades, or focused on other LOB applications. In addition, today’s business environment demands that IT generate a high return on investment based on a predictable cost model and avoid high project-based capital expenditures while having the flexibility to react quickly to business growth. That’s quite a challenge…
  • Microsoft cloud services mean freedom for businesses. The freedom to access the technology you want, where and when you want it. The freedom to take advantage of the latest technology as a capital expense, or anoperational one. The freedom to focus on running your business—not running IT systems. Microsoft cloud services are Microsoft by extension: Giving you the ability to make full use of the same Microsoft technologies you already know and trust, on a subscription model. For a single department or an entire global organization. On-premises, off premises,or a combination of both, depending on your business needs. Microsoft cloud services are Microsoft as a utility, but itis more than plugging into a utility. It’s the applications you know, the platforms you know, and a data center infrastructure—all working together in a cohesive whole. It’s Microsoft when you need it. Microsoft on your terms._________________________________________________Freedom - The freedom to access the technology you want, where and when you want it. The freedom to take advantage of the latest technology—either as a capital expense, or an operational one. The freedom to focus on running your business—not running IT systems. Microsoft by extension - giving you the ability to make full use of the same Microsoft technologies you already know and trust, on a pay-as-you-go model. For a single department or an entire global organization. As a hybrid: a component part of your existing IT infrastructure or as a replacement. Utility - It’s the applications you know, the platforms you know, and a data center infrastructure—all integrated into a cohesive whole. It’s Microsoft when you need it. Microsoft on your terms.
  • Top quote comes from Staser Consulting Group (“…control capital costs and my operating budget…”): http://www.microsoft.com/casestudies/casestudy.aspx?casestudyid=4000002894Startup cost savings number: CRGT saved 35% on startup cost for messaging: http://www.microsoft.com/casestudies/casestudy.aspx?casestudyid=4000003040Middle quote comes from Recycled Energy Development (“…flexibility to grow with our organization”): http://www.microsoft.com/casestudies/casestudy.aspx?casestudyid=4000002897Bottom quote (150 people) comes from Staser Consulting Group: http://www.microsoft.com/casestudies/casestudy.aspx?casestudyid=4000002894
  • Bottom line, Microsoft will provide 24x7 IT Pro support and their service availability is backed by a 99.9% uptime SLA (with financial penalties if they fail to meet the SLA.)
  • Consider what it costs to implement the right IT processes around your infrastructure, from initial roll-out of the software to the ongoing maintenance and high availability. Initial roll-outSetting up the server and installing the software are just the beginning. You also have to put a great deal of time and energy into planning the deployment: determining the correct configuration for your environment, acquiring software and hardware, and implementing security measuresOngoing maintenance:Consider what it costs to not only ensure patches get installed in a timely fashion, but also to monitor and maintain the health of the servers. There is so much involved in maintenance and operations, that the IT industry has developed extensive frameworks to document best practices for maximizing efficiency, such as ITIL and MOF. Even with these tools, it can take a great deal of time and effort to employ these best practices.AvailabilityConsider not only the downtime – both for IT and for the end user – when an outage occurs, but also the impact to your business’ reputation when those outages are seen externally. If you can’t send or receive e-mail to and from your business partners or customers, what will that do to their confidence in you? Quotes from: http://www.microsoft.com/casestudies/casestudy.aspx?casestudyid=4000002896
  • Presenter ScriptOur software-plus-services strategy is the key to how we will deliver on our vision across the PC, Web, and phone. This is an area that I think is pivotal to our Dynamic IT strategy. At Microsoft, we believe that your preference for how you deploy and use software and manage your IT environment will be as unique as your business. Our software-plus-services approach is about giving you the power of choice: enabling you to provide a seamless experience for users while choosing the level of control and flexibility that is right for your organization, through on-premises software deployment, cloud-based services, or an integrated hybrid of the two.On-premises, or customer-hosted, deployment has been the traditional licensing and deployment model for decades. We believe that for some specific applications, for some specific pieces of data, and for some specific users, most companies (though not all) will want to control certain elements. Our on-premises platform gives you complete control of your IT environment, provides the maximum security for your sensitive data, and enables custom application development to meet your unique business needs. Cloud-based services, providing rapid scalability and advanced manageability, enable you to subscribe to enterprise-class software hosted by Microsoft and solutions from our broad ecosystem of partners. Subscribing to online services can help you reduce costs, overcome IT skill shortages, and ensure that your organization always benefits from the latest technology. The online services model helps reduce costs and minimize total cost of ownership (TCO) in two key ways:Reducing capital expenditure, by removing hardware and datacenter costs and simplifying the planning and deployment effortMinimizing ongoing operating expenses, by reducing the administrative and management burdenIn addition, we recognize the reality that most of our customers are managing a heterogeneous environment and want to reduce the cost of running a mixed IT environment. At Microsoft, we are committed to achieving greater interoperability and making it easier to integrate Microsoft software into your existing environment—through innovative products, community engagement, technology access, and support for technology standards.Our focus is on giving customers flexibility and choice in deployment, and given the breadth of our offerings, we are one of a very few companies in the world that can execute across such a broad array of services and experiences. Our investments on the services side are designed to extend the Microsoft experience from the desktop to new devices and across the Web and provide customers with choice. And be assured that as our services offerings evolve, we will continue to innovate around our licensing model to ensure that the licensing process is as easy and streamlined as possible. We believe that the industry shift to software-plus-services is one of the most significant shifts in technology that we'll see, and our strategy of offering deployment choice and flexibility is central to our goal of helping customers realize a Dynamic IT infrastructure to reduce costs and accelerate agility.But that choice is a relatively new one, and you may be wondering how to make it. What are the key criteria you should consider? What are the benefits of taking some or all of your users to an online deployment? Today I want to share some ways you can look at that choice – to help you determine whether online is the right strategy for some or all of your business.
  • Irw Generic Power Point

    1. 1.
    2. 2. IRW - Company Background<br /><ul><li>Integrated, Real-time & Windows Systems
    3. 3. Originally formed 1987
    4. 4. 30 members of staff, majority on delivery and technical teams
    5. 5. Glasgow (HQ) and London Locations, UK wide cover and client base
    6. 6. Extensive references and case studies
    7. 7. Client base includes NHS trusts, FE and HE sectors, Police, Fire & Rescue; government , Housing Associations and many private sector blue chips and SMEs
    8. 8. Award-winning SharePoint and BI solutions, over 50 implementations
    9. 9. Microsoft Gold Certified Partner with Information Worker and Custom Development and Digital Marketing Competencies</li></li></ul><li>Organisational Overview<br />Integrated Services and Solutions<br />
    10. 10. Some of our SharePoint Clients<br /><ul><li>NHS
    11. 11. EDUCATION
    12. 12. PUBLIC SECTOR
    13. 13. PRIVATE SECTOR</li></ul>UCLAN<br />University of<br />Central<br />Lancashire<br />International <br />Accounting <br />Standards<br />Bureau<br />Anchor Trust<br />
    14. 14. “Any size company that has a Microsoft technology stack should consider Microsoft Dynamics CRM for automating sales force automation and customer service and support processes”.<br />Gartner - April 2011 <br />
    15. 15. What is CRM?Overview<br />
    16. 16. THE POWER OF PRODUCTIVITY<br />FAMILIAR<br />CONNECTED<br />INTELLIGENT<br />natural &<br />personal<br />collaborative &<br />integrated<br />insightful &<br />actionable<br />SOURCE: GARTNER (June and July 2009)<br />
    17. 17. THE POWER OF PRODUCTIVITY<br />FAMILIAR<br />CONNECTED<br />INTELLIGENT<br />Office Fluent UI experience<br />Next-gen Outlook client<br />RoleTailored forms & views<br />Advanced Personalization<br />SOURCE: GARTNER (June and July 2009)<br />
    18. 18.
    19. 19. Familiar Benefits:<br /><ul><li>User experience reduces clicks to increase productivity
    20. 20. Streamlined experience for users to reduce training costs and user adoption
    21. 21. Compliance requirements can be met
    22. 22. Powerful tools to allow users manipulate data in tools they are familiar with</li></li></ul><li>THE POWER OF PRODUCTIVITY<br />FAMILIAR<br />CONNECTED<br />INTELLIGENT<br />Office Fluent UI experience<br />Next-gen Outlook client<br />RoleTailored forms & views<br />Advanced Personalization<br />Real-time Dashboards<br />Guided Process<br />Visual Analysis & Navigation<br />Flexible Goal Management<br />SOURCE: GARTNER (June and July 2009)<br />
    23. 23. Intelligent:<br />
    24. 24. IntelligentBenefits:<br /><ul><li>Powerful visualisations to ensure decisions can made instantaneously
    25. 25. Simple tools to reduce reliance on IT staff
    26. 26. Improve employee productivity
    27. 27. Guided processes allow complex data entry to be simplified ensuring data accuracy and completeness</li></li></ul><li>THE POWER OF PRODUCTIVITY<br />FAMILIAR<br />CONNECTED<br />INTELLIGENT<br />Office Fluent UI experience<br />Next-gen Outlook client<br />RoleTailored forms & views<br />Advanced Personalization<br />Real-time Dashboards<br />Guided Process<br />Visual Analysis & Navigation<br />Flexible Goal Management<br />Business Connections<br />Contextual SharePoint<br />Cloud solutions & extensions<br />Dynamics Marketplace<br />SOURCE: GARTNER (June and July 2009)<br />
    28. 28. Connected:<br />
    29. 29.
    30. 30. ConnectedBenefits:<br /><ul><li>Simple integration with other Microsoft technologies ensure investments are maximised
    31. 31. Track all connections to ensure 360 degree view of customers
    32. 32. One view of all Dynamics CRM solutions</li></li></ul><li>DYNAMICS MARKETPLACE<br /><ul><li>Solutions focus
    33. 33. Digital downloads
    34. 34. CfMDCertification
    35. 35. Click & Try Experience</li></li></ul><li>SharePoint 2010<br />An Introduction<br />
    36. 36. Microsoft SharePoint Server (MSS 2010)<br />There are two main variants, and several deployment options.<br />MSF – Microsoft SharePoint Foundation <br />Is the base edition of SharePoint product and comes free of cost (you will only need to pay for windows and database server). This is the equivalent of WSS in 2007.<br />MSS – Microsoft SharePoint Server<br />Developed on top SharePoint Foundation 2010 and it’s a licensed product. SharePoint Server 2010 includes all the features that SharePoint Foundation has along with many additional features.<br /> <br />
    37. 37. Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (M0SS 2007)<br />There are two main variants, and several deployment options.<br />WSS – Windows SharePoint Services<br />(included with Windows Server and SBS) – base but comprehensive system, lacks various features of MOSS.<br /> <br />MOSS – Microsoft Office SharePoint Server<br />(obtained as a Server product plus additional modules, such as SharePoint External Connector, CALS etc.<br />
    38. 38. SharePoint Server (SPS 2001 - 2003)<br />SPS 2003 and WSS 2.0<br />In 2003 Microsoft released SharePoint Server 2003 or SPS 2003 and the free WSS 2.0.<br />SPS 2001<br />In 2001 Microsoft had released SharePoint Server 2001 which was the first commercial release of the version. Before that the project had been code name Tahoe.<br />
    39. 39. Positioning SharePoint - the new operating system?<br /><ul><li>Massive, and increasing use across all sectors, for a wide variety of purposes and reasons.
    40. 40. A defacto standard?
    41. 41. A Productivity ‘ToolKit?
    42. 42. Provides :
    43. 43. A solid, richly functional and extensible base
    44. 44. Tight, easy to use integration with Office and other Microsoft apps
    45. 45. Contains powerful Business Intelligence / Insights capabilities
    46. 46. Multipurpose, license variants for size / capability
    47. 47. Options for deployment, on premise, hosted, cloud....
    48. 48. An Ideal platform to deploy, grow, then build on and integrate with, to create highly effective business /organisation wide solutions.</li></li></ul><li>Our Background in SharePoint<br /><ul><li>We have worked with all versions of SharePoint since its origins in 2002
    49. 49. From Content Management Server 2002 to SharePoint 2010.....
    50. 50. 2003 - First UK integration of Microsoft CMS Intranet and public facing Web in education sector (Times Educational Supplement)
    51. 51. Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (MOSS) and Windows SharePoint Server (WSS) - over 50 deployments UK wide
    52. 52. Experienced in both Intranet and Internet solutions
    53. 53. Deployment and Use of Project Server on a SharePoint platform (2007 and 2010)
    54. 54. 2010 – SharePoint with Dynamics CRM to form organisation wide solutions;
    55. 55. 2011 SharePoint with Biztalk to integrate between existing main and/or critical systems;
    56. 56. Migration of several MOSS 2007 sites to SharePoint 2010</li></li></ul><li>Six Pillars of Sharepoint 2010<br />
    57. 57. Six Pillars of Sharepoint 2010<br /><ul><li>Sites - Basis of Collaboration and Team Sites
    58. 58. Intranet / Extranet or Internet
    59. 59. Personalization – MySites
    60. 60. Communities – “Facebook for the Enterprise”
    61. 61. Tagging
    62. 62. Blogs
    63. 63. Wikis
    64. 64. Discussions
    65. 65. Content –
    66. 66. Web Pages
    67. 67. Documents
    68. 68. Records Management</li></li></ul><li>Six Pillars of Sharepoint 2010<br /><ul><li>Search - find relevant content
    69. 69. Document Libraries (Metadata)
    70. 70. Site Content (pages, discussions, blogs)
    71. 71. People / Skills
    72. 72. External
    73. 73. File Shares (existing network file shares)
    74. 74. Line of Business Apps
    75. 75. Insights – new “Business Intelligence”
    76. 76. Charts/ Scorecards
    77. 77. Access/Excel Services
    78. 78. Visio services
    79. 79. Performance Point Services
    80. 80. Composites – build composite apps without code…
    81. 81. Business Connection Services
    82. 82. InfoPath
    83. 83. Sharepoint Designer
    84. 84. Visio</li></li></ul><li>Some of the new SharePoint 2010 features<br /><ul><li>Better support for Internet facing sites
    85. 85. More security features & flexibility in managing permissions
    86. 86. Improved Access and Visio Services Support
    87. 87. In-Place Records Management
    88. 88. Social Networking Capabilities
    89. 89. Native support for Mozilla Firefox 3.0 and Opera
    90. 90. Easy migration from SPS2003 and MOSS 2007
    91. 91. New Silverlight and Media content capability</li></li></ul><li>Re-Designed User Interaction<br />Ribbon:<br />Gives Microsoft Office look and feel to SharePoint environment<br />
    92. 92. Re-Designed User Interaction<br />New Editing functionality - Edit directly on the page<br />
    93. 93. Benefits of using SharePoint Server<br /><ul><li>Improving Business Procedures
    94. 94. Streamline and Integrate disparate business applications
    95. 95. Tight integration with Microsoft Office
    96. 96. Central delivery of BI and MI
    97. 97. Control of electronic assets
    98. 98. Content control and approval
    99. 99. Versioning of documents
    100. 100. Audit trails
    101. 101. Enables collaborative working
    102. 102. Minimal user training thanks to Office UI Design
    103. 103. Strong search capability</li></li></ul><li>Following Areas of Improvement in SharePoint 2010From End Users Prospective<br />Multiple Browser support - Now Supports Fire-Fox, with increased compatibility for Safari. (IE6 not supported)<br />Business Connectivity Services (BCS) as the evolution of BDC. These services can now be consumed from Office client apps also<br />SharePoint Workspace (formerly called Groove): a smart client for SharePoint. Supports online, offline and Synchronization of data.<br />
    104. 104. Business Connectivity Services (BCS)<br /><ul><li>SharePoint 2010 which is replaced the functionality of BDC(Business Data Catalog) in SharePoint 2007
    105. 105. The External content type which is in SharePoint Designer 2010 can easily connect to SQL databases.
    106. 106. Available in base version of SharePoint 2010 (previously an enterprise feature)
    107. 107. Ability to update, delete and edit external data from SharePoint</li></li></ul><li>Managing Site Users and Permissions<br />Information in Windows SharePoint Services is secured at one of four levels.<br /><ul><li>Site level
    108. 108. List or document library level
    109. 109. Folder level
    110. 110. List item level</li></ul> We can authenticate user permissions according to Site, List, Item.<br />
    111. 111. DEVELOPMENT TOOLS IMPROVEMENTS<br /><ul><li>As an application platform, Microsoft provides multiple tools, to configure and customize SharePoint 2010.
    112. 112. These tools provide an array of capabilities for a variety of user roles, based on the complexity of the application being created and include a
    113. 113. Browser,
    114. 114. InfoPath 2010,
    115. 115. SharePoint Designer 2010
    116. 116. Visual Studio 2010.
    117. 117. Combined, they provide the ability to quickly create powerful enterprise applications which leverage the capabilities of the SharePoint platform.</li></li></ul><li>SharePoint 2010<br />Insights (Business Intelligence)<br />
    118. 118. Today's BI Reality for Most Organisations<br />DifficultTo Use<br />“Foreign” tools inhibit adoption and use<br />Functionality split across multiple tools<br />Fragmented<br />Rigid and unable to change with the business<br />Inflexible<br />Narrowly deployed without a complete view<br />Departmental<br />Too costly for broad deployment<br />Costly<br />
    119. 119. Performance Point Services - Intuitive Design<br />
    120. 120. Microsoft Business Intelligence Offering<br />BUSINESS USER EXPERIENCE<br />Data Infrastructure & BI Platform<br />Analysis Services<br />Reporting Services<br />Integration Services<br />Data Mining<br />Data Warehousing<br /> BUSINESS PRODUCTIVITY INFRASTRUCTURE<br /> DATA INFRASTRUCTURE & BI PLATFORM<br />
    121. 121. Analysis Services Cubes<br />£6,745<br />“For Groceries, show me the Margin in February”<br />Time<br />Products<br />January<br />Clothing<br />Appliances<br />February<br />Groceries<br />March<br />April<br />May<br />Margin<br />Units<br />Sales<br />Cost<br />
    122. 122. Sharepoint 2010 - Toolkit<br />Chart Web Part<br />Can connect to Lists and SQL Tables<br />Can connect to Lists and SQL Tables<br />Status List<br />Powerful Client side BI tool<br />Excel<br />Connect Graphics to Live data<br />Visio<br />Drill into data via your browser<br />Performance Point<br />Further Develop Custom Reports<br />Reporting Services<br />
    123. 123. NHS Lanarkshire Intranet – SharePoint Portal Server<br /><ul><li>Improve information sharing and retrieval
    124. 124. Managing documents and meetings
    125. 125. Simple navigation and useful tools (e.g. staff search)
    126. 126. Custom ‘look & feel’, web parts, site definitions and templates
    127. 127. Devolution of responsibility to those closest to the information</li></li></ul><li>NHS Grampian – SharePoint 2007<br /><ul><li>Scalable and configurable intranet platform
    128. 128. Rapid and collaborative design development and deployment – cost effective approach
    129. 129. Skills transfer to staff allows in-house intranet configuration and maintenance;
    130. 130. SharePoint platform provides a range of flexible collaboration and communication tools cross-Trust.</li></li></ul><li>Central Scotland Police <br /><ul><li>Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007
    131. 131. Custom Intranet Site
    132. 132. Custom ‘look & feel’, web parts, site definitions and templates
    133. 133. RSS newsfeed and CustomLogWebpart</li></li></ul><li>Cumbria Constabulary<br /><ul><li> Microsoft SharePoint Server 2007 (Intranet)
    134. 134. Currently upgrading to SharePoint 2010
    135. 135. Customised Intranet Site
    136. 136. Replaced exchange Public folders with SharePoint Lists
    137. 137. Search Functionality
    138. 138. Individual Sites for all Departments
    139. 139. Additional new projects ongoing </li></li></ul><li>Adam Smith College – SharePoint Portal Server 2007 to 2010<br /><ul><li>Increased Functionality, upgraded to 2010
    140. 140. Web front end Servers, scalable layout
    141. 141. Business Web Application, also ties into Dynamics CRM solution deployment for improved and effective operations</li></li></ul><li>Lakes College: Intranet Home Page<br />
    142. 142. Lakes College: KPIs<br />
    143. 143. SharePoint 2010<br />-as a Platform<br />
    144. 144. Project Server<br />
    145. 145. SharePoint 2010: Project Server 2010<br />
    146. 146. SharePoint 2010: Project Server 2010<br />
    147. 147. SharePoint 2010: Project Server 2010<br />
    148. 148. SharePoint 2010<br />-as a Platform – Part II<br />
    149. 149. iCERP – Critical Emergency Resource Planning<br />
    150. 150. Common Problems Encountered<br /><ul><li>Disparate systems - holding different pieces of information on each staff member or resource.
    151. 151. Interrogation - Time consuming process for interrogating each system to plan resources allocation
    152. 152. Overview - No simple “one page” view of resource availability.
    153. 153. Resolution - When deficiencies are identified, further work is required to investigate additional background info required to support the decision making process.
    154. 154. Client Software Install required – usually on only a few PCs</li></li></ul><li>iCERP Solution<br />iCERP provides a configurable and integrated view of:<br /><ul><li> your site locations.
    155. 155. resources / teams per location, with:
    156. 156. status, active and non-active resources
    157. 157. gaps and shortfalls of resource
    158. 158. spare or free resources
    159. 159. skills /qualifications per post and resource </li></li></ul><li>iCERP Solution (cont)<br /><ul><li> Allows for planning, advising/requesting and implementing resource moves/transfers to resolve shortfalls or gaps.
    160. 160. Provides a detailed log of all events, allocations and transactions.
    161. 161. Dashboard view of key resources, issues and locations.
    162. 162. Integrates to existing systems, to seamlessly transact and communicate the allocations/reallocations.
    163. 163. Both a graphical summary of the whole area and a set of list to categorise sites with a certain state together, e.g. staff deficiencies.</li></li></ul><li>iCERP Technical<br /> iCERP is built on a foundation of<br /><ul><li> Microsoft Sharepoint
    164. 164. SQL Server
    165. 165. Integration Services
    166. 166. Microsoft BizTalk</li></li></ul><li>iCERP Demo: Tyne & Wear Fire and Rescue<br />
    167. 167. iCERP Benefits<br />iCERP can provide a number of important and valuable benefits to your service..<br /><ul><li> Improves operating efficiency and speed of response by giving real-time visualisation of resources.
    168. 168. Improved communication and collaboration.
    169. 169. More effective visibility, use and deployment of resources.
    170. 170. Assists in optimising and achieving resource and team completion aims.
    171. 171. Full traceability and trail of activities.
    172. 172. Clear view of post needs and resource skills, qualifications and/or certifications.
    173. 173. Performance metrics via Management reporting functions and KPIs.</li></li></ul><li>iCERP Applications<br /><ul><li> Fire & Rescue teams
    174. 174. NHS/ Nursing teams
    175. 175. Ambulance and paramedic teams
    176. 176. Police resources
    177. 177. Coastguard resources</li></li></ul><li>Microsoft Online Services<br />
    178. 178. Customers tell us…<br /><ul><li>We want the features of the latest platform but don’t want to upgrade or we don’t have the skills…
    179. 179. We can’t keep good IT people to run the platform and we need to free up our best people to work on strategic projects…
    180. 180. We want more predictable IT costs even if it doesn’t save a lot of money…
    181. 181. We can’t spend enough to ensure security and reliability…
    182. 182. We want to provide capabilities to employees who don’t have those today but don’t want to spend time…</li></li></ul><li>Cloud Computing: The Microsoft View<br />EXTENDour enterprise software that runs core functions for business today to the cloud at internet scale<br />DEVELOPinnovative new services that expand the way end users, developers, and consumers can access and utilize the information they need, when they need it.<br />FREEDOMfor businesses<br />Solutions you know and trust delivered by SUBSCRIPTION<br />Applications, platforms, and data center infrastructure as a UTILITY<br />
    183. 183. Office 365 brings together cloud versions of our most trusted communications and collaboration products with the latest version of our desktop suite for businesses of all sizes.  <br />
    184. 184. TEAM SITES<br />Keep teams in sync and manage important projects<br />MY SITES<br />Manage and share personal documents and information<br />INTRANET SITES<br />Keep up to date with company news and information<br />
    185. 185. Moveon-premises workloads to the cloud at your pace<br />Keep some users on premises and some users online<br />Sign a single agreement that gives you the flexibility to run SharePoint online and on premises<br />
    186. 186. Finance Benefits <br />“As a businessman, I have to control capital costs and my operating budget. Microsoft Online Services is a fraction of the cost and a quantum leap forward in capability”<br /><ul><li> Jeff Staser, Founder, Staser Consulting Group</li></ul>“SharePoint Online was very attractive…It allows flexibility to grow with our organization.”<br />- Aaron Walters, CFO, Recycled Energy Development<br />“If we need to support 150 people, we can get 150 people up and running in a matter of days.” <br />- Jennifer Boyd, Administrative Manager, Staser Consulting Group<br />
    187. 187. Technology Benefits<br />
    188. 188. Security and Reliability<br />Guaranteed Uptime<br /><ul><li>99.9% uptime with financially backed service level agreements
    189. 189. SLA tiers
    190. 190. Uptime between 99% and 99.9%  25% payout
    191. 191. Uptime between 95% and 99%  50% payout
    192. 192. Uptime less than 95%  100% payout
    193. 193. Data centres are Cyber Trust and SAS70 certified. Additionally, they are ISO 27001 certified which is an internationally recognized standard proving a framework within which the range of threats relevant to information security are identified and effectively managed. Lastly, they adhere to the EU Safe Harbour framework.</li></li></ul><li>Process Benefits<br />What would it cost you to achieve…<br />“What if it breaks when I need it? I haven’t received e-mail all day—is something down? There’s an emotional component that I can’t put a price or a time value on, but it’s something that I’m very pleased to relinquish.”<br />- JW Keller, President, Datatune<br />“Ongoing maintenance…is anywhere from 15 minutes to several hours a month just to keep things running.”<br />- JW Keller, President, Datatune<br />“We’ve never deployed Exchange Server for less than $5K.”<br />- JW Keller, President, Datatune<br />
    194. 194. Deployment Choice<br />ON-PREMISES<br />CLOUD SERVICES<br />Interoperable by Design<br />Seamless User Experience<br />
    195. 195. 74<br />Office 365 Pricing Synopsis<br />E Family Plans<br />Workload<br />Standalone Plans<br />Key Features<br />Exchange Online (Plan 1)<br />£3.25<br />Email, Calendar, Contacts, Personal Archive, e-Discovery, AV/AS<br />Plan E4<br />£17.75/m<br />Exchange Online (Plan 2)<br />£6.50<br />Voicemail & advanced archive capabilities<br />Voice<br />SharePoint Online (Plan 1)<br />£3.50<br />Collaboration with Sites, AV<br />Office Pro Plus<br />Plan E3<br />£15.75/m<br />SharePoint Online (Plan 2)<br />£6.75<br />Forms, data visualization, Access/Excel/Visio services<br />V.mail & Advanced Archive Capabilities<br />Lync Online (Plan 1)<br />£1.30<br />Instant Messaging & Presence, AV<br />Forms, Access<br />Excel, & Visio Services<br />Lync Online (Plan 2)<br />£4.25<br />Virtual Meetings<br />Plan E2<br />£10.50/m<br />Office Web Apps<br />Office Professional Plus<br />£8.00<br />Client productivity applications & web apps<br />(Outlook, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Communicator, Access, InfoPath, Publisher, OneNote)<br />Email, calendar, AV/AS, Personal Archive<br />Plan E1<br />£6.50/m<br />Office Web Apps <br />(with SPO Plan 1) £7.25<br />Web App includes SharePoint Online Plan 1*<br />Collaboration Portal<br />Office Web Apps <br />(with SPO Plan 2) £10.50<br />Web App includes SharePoint Online Plan 2*<br />Conferencing<br />* Office Web Apps include SharePoint Online <br />IM & presence<br />K Family Plans<br />Office Web Apps<br />Plan K2<br />£6.50/m<br />SharePoint Online <br />Kiosk<br />Plan K1<br />£2.60/m<br />Exchange Online<br />Kiosk<br />
    196. 196. Hawkeye – Current Global Locations<br />
    197. 197. Hawkeye – Individual Daily Routes and Stops<br />
    198. 198. Hawkeye – Key Requirements<br /><ul><li>Precise location and tracking of human assets;
    199. 199. Operability in areas of poor mobile phone GPRS reception
    200. 200. (eg rural/hill/mountain/valley areas);
    201. 201. Employee safety;
    202. 202. Link to business systems;
    203. 203. Mobile workforce affectivity tools;
    204. 204. Use in a mixed mobile phone environment;
    205. 205. Phones with no on-board GPS;</li></li></ul><li>Hawkeye – Technical Base<br />Currently we run this on phones and smartphones using the Windows Mobile operating system. The system is based on Microsoft .Net and SQL Server . It can cater for user volumes from 1 to several thousand.<br /> <br />IRW can provide both a web based and PC based solution, depending on your needs.<br />
    206. 206. Hawkeye – Product Development <br />We are now commencing additional development on this to address other topical markets and mobile phone operating systems , for example Symbian and the Blackberry platform. <br /> <br />Further, we are aware that the market is also seeking more hybrid tracking systems where we can include other devices in our solution, for example non-powered plant items, such as trailers to articulated trucks. We are therefore able to source and integrate suitable GPS/GPRS/GSM devices into our solution.<br />
    207. 207. IRW Value Statement We provide and assist clients with, SharePoint Solution Realisation, via: <br /><ul><li>A Proven 4D Approach -
    208. 208. Discovery - Requirements definition /Clarification of business needs
    209. 209. Design - of the best fit system, components, configuration and functions
    210. 210. Develop – the application to fit your aims and requirements
    211. 211. Deploy – the overall solution, to fit your aims, budgets and timescales, plus post implementation support as needed
    212. 212. Our operating modes rage from complete application provision, to joint working and knowledge transfer with clients
    213. 213. IRW – big enough to cope, small enough to care.</li></li></ul><li>Questions:<br />Kenny Cochrane/Greig Duncanson<br />Business Development Team<br />Enquiries@irw.co.uk or natasha.lawless@irw.co.uk<br />0141 840 6868 (Scotland/North)<br />0207 873 2268 (London/South)<br />www.irw.co.uk<br />"IRW's expertise and practical approach allowed us to progress promptly to a solid IT Strategy, implementation plan and effective deliverables . We view them to be among the best for customer service in the industry."<br />

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