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  • 1.
  • 2. Mobile SharePoint:  Driving More Productivity & Collaboration with Windows® phone
    Sean Pirtle
    Mobility Solution Specialist
    Microsoft Corporation
    Chip Vollers
    Senior Product Manager
    Microsoft Corporation
  • 3. Agenda
    Mobile Trends Today
    Microsoft Mobility Vision
    Windows phone for Business
    SharePoint Access Options Today
    Customer Examples
    SharePoint Mobile Partners
    SharePoint and Mobile Office Futures
    Wrap Up and Event CTAs
  • 4. 4
    Mobile Update “Consumerization”
    Companies must prepare for employees bringing technology into the business
    Worldwide Business Use Converged Mobile Device
    Shipments by User Type (in millions)
    Source: IDC, Worldwide Business Use Converged Mobile Device 2009-2013 Forecast and Analysis, Doc # 218524, June 2009
  • 5. Evolving Mobile LandscapeRapid shift to Converged Devices
    1,394
    Windows Mobile Compatible
    1400
    30122%
    Converged Device hardware at Feature Phone prices
    Customers demanding rich new experiences
    Experiences require software + services
    21% CAGR
    1,091
    1200
    17216%
    88764%
    77271%
    1000
    800
    600
    400
    374
    14713%
    277
    20614%
    200
    Converged Device
    Feature Phone
    CY09
    CY12
    PC
    Basic Phone
    1IDC, March 2009
  • 6. Experiences that combine the magic ofsoftwarewith the power of Internet services across a world of devices
    Internet
    PC
    Devices
    Server
    Microsoft® Vision
  • 7. Windows® phone
    The Windows phone for business provides a rich, flexible, cost-effective platform for increased productivity and improved mobile solutions.
    • Be more efficient with improved user experience
    • 8. Get the information you need with optimized mobile Web access
    • 9. Do morewith enhanced productivity tools
  • New User Experience
    Lock Screen slide, upcoming appointments
    Today Screen scrolling, gesturing, Active Icons
    Start Screen personalize, scroll, Widgets
    Internet Explorer 6 Mobile touch-friendly, search directly from address bar
  • 10. Stay More Connected
    Nickname cache
    Outlook shortcuts
    Create groups
    Unified messaging
    Conversation view
    Reply/forward indicator
    Free/busy in calendar
  • 11. Give 'em Apps
    Facebook, LinkedIn, MySpace, Netflix
    .NET CF and Visual Studio
    Large ISV community
    Widgets, Widgets, Widgets! Deliver Web content without the browser
    Adobe Flash Lite plug-in
    Games: SimCity, Spore Trial, Sudoku and more
  • 12. SharePoint & Mobile Office Access Today
  • 13. So Why Mobile SharePoint
    Application Stores & Marketplaces are Everywhere (oh my)…
    “I Get Personal Productivity at Home”…
    But Nothing at Work!
    People Want the “Mobile Experience”
    SharePoint Will Be One of the Early Requests
    Everyone in the Room Needs to Start Thinking About a SharePoint Mobile Strategy!
  • 14. So What Happens Without a Strategy
    You Have a Device Strategy, Not a “Mobile Strategy”
  • 15. Three Levels of SharePoint Mobile Integration
    Office Outlook 2007 and RSS feeds and extranet access.
    Microsoft® Exchange Server and Windows phone integration with SharePoint sites
    Big IT
    Optimize SharePoint sitefor mobile access
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    Small Business
    Medium Business
    Enterprise Business
    Some IT
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    No IT
    Individuals
    Small Business
    Medium Business
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    Individuals
    Small Business
  • 16. Optimizing SharePoint Sites for Use with Windows phones
    No IT
    The “/m” Solution
    A good Start
    http://www.wssdemo.com/m
    Design a SharePoint Site to Accommodate Windows Mobile Users
    Design Guidelines
    Best Practices
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    Individuals
    Small Business
  • 17. Windows® High Performance Computing (HPC) Server 2008
  • 18. Windows® High Performance Computing (HPC) Server 2008
  • 19. Exchange Linking to a Document
    Doesn’t Require the Document as Outlook Attachment (Save Size on In-Box)
    Gives User the Latest Version of Document
    Best Practices
    Some IT
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    Individuals
    Small Business
    Medium Business
  • 20. Taking Advantage of Exchange Server 2007 and Windows Phone with SharePoint Sites
  • 21. SharePoint RSS
    Mobile RSS
    Changes in Workflow
    Search String Changes
    Etc…
    Pushed to Outlook Client on PC
    Prevents Clutter in the In-Box
    Synchronize Outlook with Outlook Mobile
    Big IT
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    Small Business
    Medium Business
    Enterprise Business
  • 22. Using Office Outlook 2007 and RSS Feeds to Access SharePoint Sites
  • 23. —Customer Example
    Fingerhut Uses RSS Feeds to Alert Users on SharePoint Workflow Changes
    Users Sync the RSS Feeds via Mobile Devices and OWA on an SSL Portal
    RSS Feeds Reduce Clutter in the Outlook In Box
    RSS Views Provide the Same Detail as the Outlook Alert
  • 24. Mobile Extranet Access
    Rich Access to SharePoint
    Great for Mobile & Partner Access
    Security Best Practices
    Architecture Best Practices
    Big IT
    3
    Small Business
    Medium Business
    Enterprise Business
  • 25. The Geek Squad Armory
    Geek Squad utilizes SharePoint 2007 as a technical knowledge management system, code named The Armory, to share information between their ~20,000 Agents. Since many of the Agents travel to client locations, The Armory is enabled outside the corporate network via an ISA authentication barrier. These Agents carry a company provided Windows phone which they can use to connect to the Armory.
    The site uses the SharePoint BlackBand master page with very little customization.
    View an article
    Authentication
    Home page navigation
  • 26. SharePoint Online Access
    • SharePoint Capabilities
    • 27. Collaboration
    • 28. Portal
    • 29. Enterprise Content Management
    • 30. Search
    • 31. Business Process Forms
    • 32. Business Intelligence
    • 33. Platform & Extensibility
    • 34. Security and Availability
    • 35. Data Center
    • 36. Access Control & Anti-virus
    • 37. Multi-layer Data protection
    • 38. Data Backup
    • 39. Support & Service Level Agreement
    • 40. Flexible Deployment
    • 41. Standard and Dedicated
    • 42. User Segmentation
    • 43. Simplified Management
    • 44. Single Sign On
    • 45. Always up to date software
    • 46. Recycle Bin
  • SharePoint Online Capabilities Summary
    • RSS Content Syndication
    • 47. Privacy & security
    • 48. Audience Targeting
    • 49. Site and document aggregation
    • 50. Site Manager
    • 51. ActiveSync based Mobile Device Support
    • 52. SharePoint sites and Documents Roll up web parts
    • 53. Client integration
    • 54. Integration with SharePoint designer (except site backup and restore)
    • 55. Portal Site Templates
    • 56. My Site Personal Site
    • 57. Site Directory
    • 58. Colleagues and memberships web parts
    • 59. User Profiles import
    • 60. Extranet Access
    • 61. Standard Site templates
    • 62. Wikis, Blogs, Team Site, Document Workspace, Blank
    • 63. Basic meeting workspace
    • 64. People and groups lists
    • 65. Calendars
    • 66. Email Integration
    • 67. Task Coordination
    • 68. Surveys
    • 69. Document Collaboration
    • 70. Issue Tracking
    • 71. Templates (fantastic forty)
    • 72. Social Networking Web part
    • 73. Real time presence and communication
    • 74. Standard Meeting Site Templates
    • 75. Blank, Decision
    • 76. Social, Multipage Meeting Workspace
    • 77. Document Information Panel
    • 78. Document Action Bar
    • 79. Retention and Auditing policies
    • 80. Navigation controls
    • 81. Content authoring and publishing
    • 82. Page Layouts
    • 83. Slide Libraries
    • 84. Document Management Site Templates
    • 85. Document Management Site Templates
    • 86. Content staging and deployment
    • 87. Standard Enterprise and Publishing Site templates
    • 88. Policies, auditing and compliance
    • 89. Records Repository
    • 90. People search
    • 91. Enterprise content sources
    • 92. Cross site-collection search
    • 93. Admin & Management
    • 94. Indexing Controls
    • 95. People search
    • 96. Enterprise content sources
    • 97. Cross site-collection search
    • 98. Admin & Management
    • 99. Indexing Controls
    • 100. Forms libraries
    • 101. Custom non-code workflows
    • 102. Business Document Workflow Support (Approval, Collect Feedback, Collect Signatures, Disposition Approval, Group Approval, Translation Management Workflow)
    • 103. Custom code workflows
    • 104. Browser based forms
    • 105. Centralized forms management and control
    • 106. Design once development model
    • 107. Form import wizard
    • 108. Integrated deployment model for no-code forms
    • 109. Compatibility Checker
    • 110. Integrated business intelligence dashboards
    • 111. Key performance indicators
    • 112. Filter web parts
    • 113. Integrated flexible spreadsheet publishing
    • 114. Share manage and control spreadsheets
    • 115. Web-based business intelligence using excel services
    • 116. Data connection libraries
    • 117. Business Data Catalog
    • 118. Business data web parts
    • 119. Business data actions
    • 120. Report center
    • 121. Multiple Site Collections per customer
    • 122. Manage Site Collection Features and quota
    • 123. Authenticated access only
    • 124. Off-boarding of customer data
    • 125. Vanity domains
    • 126. tenant admin across site collections
    • 127. Business Data Search
    • 128. Email content as records
    • 129. legal holds
    • 130. Integration with Microsoft information rights management (IRM)
    • 131. Site variations
    • 132. Anonymous Access
    • 133. Mail enabled lists
    On-Premises Only
    Online & On-Premises
  • 134. SharePoint Mobile Partners
    Booth #408
  • 135. is…
    SharePoint access from your SmartPhone!
    Mobile browser-based access to SharePoint data and LOB applications
    An extension to SharePoint’s architecture facilitating the development of mobile-enabled SharePoint Features through the Mobile Entrée API
    Installed as a SharePoint Solution and scalable across your farm
    Download the trial today at www.mobileentree.com
  • 136. Mobile Entrée
    Screenshot
    Demo
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  • 144. Pyxis Mobile delivers an innovative wireless application platform that drives value for corporations and their customers.
    • The best-in-class mobile application platform
    • 145. Immediate value and ROI – fastest-to-mobility
    • 146. A collection of award-winning line-of-business and enterprise-wide wireless applications
    Trusted by over 2,000 leading firms
    • Deployed across the Fortune 500
    • 147. Security standards met on Wall Street
    • 148. 99% customer retention
    Pyxis Mobile Confidential © 2009
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  • 150. Formotus
    Fast Path to Mobile Business Productivity
    Create rich mobile workforce business applications without writing a single line of code
    Deploy applications securely over the air to one or hundreds of mobile phone users
    Connect employees in the field with live business information and company workflows
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    Copyright 2009 Formotus, Inc.
  • 151. Formotus
    Demo
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  • 182. Mobile Navigation & Data Exchange
    TeleNav is the #1 Location Based Services provider in the World
    Leader in mobility solutions
    Serving 22 countries, 12 carriers, 1B subscribers, and 10,000 enterprises
    TeleNav focuses on
    Field Service: Mobilize dispatch and back-office systems
    Sales/CRM: Improve sales efficiency; geo-spatial view of sales data
    Executive: Reduce fuel and operating costs; improve worker efficiency
    Sharepoint: Use mobile devices to exchange information and provide navigation to applications
    Forms data
    Work dispatch/task assignment
    Messages/communications/alerts
  • 183. SharePoint Conduit for Mobile Workers
    FIREWALL
    TeleNav MobileApplications
    Microsoft SharePointApplications
    Internet
    SharePoint Servers: Content, Config
    TeleNav Mobility Servers
    TeleNav Enterprise Server or Custom
  • 193. SharePoint & Mobile Office Future Direction
  • 194. SharePoint Workspace Mobile 2010
    View, Browse, and Sync content to and from SharePoint on to your phone with SPWM
    • View Document Libraries & Lists – Quickly connect to your SharePoint server and access content right from anywhere
    • 195. Access Documents Over the Air – Open documents using Office Mobile directly from SharePoint; edit them and save back to the server easily
    • 196. Access Offline and Sync Changes – You can sync a document to your phone to access it later – when you do, any changes get saved back to SharePoint automatically
    • 197. Stay Up to Date – Keep a document synced locally so when team members change it, you’ll always be up to date
    PowerPoint Mobile
    Word Mobile
    Excel Mobile
    OneNoteMobile
    SharePoint
    Workspace Mobile
    Access multiple sites and libraries
    View and sync libraries easily
    Access your content offline
  • 198. SharePoint & Office Mobile Access Future
    Demo
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  • 238. Summary…
    Start Thinking about Mobile SharePoint
    Stop By Booth #408
    Please, Fill Out the Survey
    Session SPC392
    …Now for Some Giveaways 
  • 239. Question #1
    What is the code name of Geek Squad’s Knowledge Management Solution?
  • 240. Question #2
    Which Partner Can Render InfoPath Forms on a Device?
  • 241. Question #3
    How Many “Screens” are Included in Microsoft’s Vision?
  • 242. Question #4
    What Month did Windows Mobile 6.5 launch?
  • 243. © 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.
    The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.