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Share Point 2010: What's in the box?

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A first look into SharePoint 2010.

A first look into SharePoint 2010.

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  • 1.
  • 2. SharePoint 2010
  • 3. Las Vegas, USA
    7,500Attendees
    67 Countries
    12km Ethernet
    90,000 m2 320 Hours of Content
  • 4. Vision
    SharePoint 2010
    • Growth through advances in productivity and innovation
    • 5. IT has the opportunity to propel us forward
    • 6. Get better at helping people:
    • 7. Find, share, insights, action
    • 8. Natural interaction
    • 9. Consistent experience
    Sites
    Communities
    Composites
    Content
    Insights
    Search
    Images courtesy of Microsoft
  • 10. Get Ready
    Beta – November 2009
    5,000 registered companies
    100,000 registered users
    General Release
    1st half 2010
  • 11. For the End User –
    It gets easier
  • 12. User Highlights
    SharePoint 2010
    • Contextual Ribbon Interface in every application
  • User Highlights
    SharePoint 2010
    • SharePoint Workspace to work with sites “offline”
    • 13. Complimentary Mobile functionality
  • User Highlights
    SharePoint 2010
    • Documents can file themselves and reappear where appropriate
    • 14. Ability to add Ratings
    • 15. Self tagging – describe it your way
    • 16. Better interaction with Calendars
    • 17. Ability to use engaging media – images, video, streaming media
    • 18. Multiple interfaces – cross browser, phone, Blackberry
    • 19. No need to have the application on your computer
  • Looking Under the Hood –
    It’s Significantly Better
  • 20. Under the Hood
    SharePoint 2010
    • Services based architecture – scalability, better dev options
    • 21. Compliance to standards (CMIS, OpenXML, SOAP, W3C)
    • 22. Less limitations, increased design flexibility
    • 23. Better integration with Line of Business Systems – BCS
    • 24. Ability to upgrade versions independent of interface changes
    • 25. Main Office products are web enabled
    • 26. The price? RAM and processor intensive – 64 Bit Only
  • Content Management –
    Designed for Everyone
  • 27. ECM for the Masses
    SharePoint 2010
    • Significant document management enhancements
    • 28. Document folders and inheritance
    • 29. Central metadata
    • 30. Unique document ID’s
    • 31. Document relationships
    • 32. Granular security
    • 33. Far more scalable
    • 34. Better performance
  • ECM for the Masses
    SharePoint 2010
    • Social networking and enterprise strategies entwined
    Traditional Content Management
    Social Networkingand Collaboration
    Social Networking and Collaboration
    Search Delivers Engaging Information Experiences
    Traditional Content Management
  • 35. ECM for the Masses
    SharePoint 2010
    • Real metadata – search, navigation and compliance enhanced
    • 36. Co-Authoring within the same document
    • 37. Rich text editors and Wiki based pages everywhere
    • 38. Rich media management tools and video streaming
    2010 is a serious contender in ECM
  • 39. Find Stuff Fast
    – More than great search
  • 40. More than Text Results
    SharePoint 2010
    • Integration out of the box
    • 41. Configurable web parts
    • 42. Search as navigation
    • 43. Visual best bets
    • 44. Promote / demote Sites
    • 45. Keywords, synonyms, spell-check
    • 46. Auto extraction
    • 47. Thumbnail Previews
  • Fast Versions
    SharePoint 2010
  • 48. Get Compliant, Increase Control, Reduce Risk
  • 49. Compliance Features
    SharePoint 2010
    What’s new in 2010
    RM Feature Area
    In place records management*
    Metadata-driven, hierarchal file plan in the archive
    Recordisation
    e-Discovery
    and Hold
    e-Discovery searches over any SharePoint content
    Archive results or leave on an in place hold
    File Plan Report shows overview of content management policies
    Per item audit log reports
    Auditing
    and Reporting
    Retention
    and Expiration
    In place records management
    Metadata-driven, hierarchal file plan in the archive
  • 50. Control File Shares
    SharePoint 2010 &
    Server 2008 R2
    SharePoint
    File Shares
    Windows Server 2008 R2 treats file shares like SharePoint libraries
    SharePoint 2010 provides Enterprise Content Management
    Cross repository integration where it makes sense
  • 51. Key Takeaways
    SharePoint 2010
    • Built for a consistent end user experience
    • 52. Part of eCal license
    • 53. 64 Bit Architecture only, 8GB RAM, improved architecture
    • 54. Best with Office 2010, complimentary products required
    • 55. Document and Records Management serious contenders
    • 56. Search embedded in SharePoint is Enterprise strength
    • 57. Best of breed social networking platform
    • 58. Compliance to standards – including W3C
    • 59. Not Plug and Play
  • We’re Excited!
    And we are here to help you
  • 60. Why Velrada?
  • 61. Velrada: A differentiated brand
    Velrada is not a traditional consulting company
    We differentiate ourselves from the typical "fee for service" provider by having a focus on innovation, intellectual property, having a value-based solution rather than a time-based charging mechanism and a willingness to engage in risk/reward partnerships
  • 62. Why Velrada
    SharePoint 2010
    Our approach is based on understanding and combining:
    • The specific challenges and constraints of your environment
    • 63. Formalised change management knowledge and approaches together with industry and client specific technical knowledge
    • 64. An approach that encourages high consultation and collaboration from key stakeholders to deliver the desired outcomes
    • 65. Highly experienced and senior team
    • 66. An approach that maximises value from your IM strategy, business and technical architecture and your specific needs
    • 67. A holistic approach to managing Information Management as it relates to compliance, financial, political, reputational and environmental risk
  • Why Velrada
    SharePoint 2010
    • Portal design specialists
    • 68. Independent – We can articulate the feature / function “gaps” and how they apply to you
    • 69. Expertise in understanding the impact on current planning activities
    • 70. Our information is first hand, we are committed to 2010
    • 71. We are partnering early adopters
  • SharePoint 2010
    Sign Up – Velrada Deep Dive Workshops
  • 72. SharePoint 2010
    Velrada Deep Dive Workshops
    Date/Time
    Session
    Audience
    Enterprise Content Management
    19th November 8:30am
    Business Owners
    IT Solutions Designers
    Implementation and Governance – doing SharePoint right
    19th November 10:30am
    All SharePoint Business and IT Owners and Implementers
    Managing Social Networks within a Corporate environment
    25th November 8:30am
    Solution Owners and Designers
    Business Governance Owners
    SharePoint Development Features and Considerations
    25th November 10:30am
    SharePoint Developers
    IT Architects
  • 73. Velrada – Future Event
    SharePoint 2010
    Title: Recognising Information Assets on your balance sheet
    Date: 3rd December 2009
    Time: 08:45am – 09:30am
    Venue: Webinar
    • According to a recent Gartner report, by year-end 2012, information assets will appear on the balance sheets of 25% of Global 2000 companies
    • 74. How will your company break down the complexity associated with placing a value on information?
    • 75. What are the key parameters for valuing information assets?