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Share point 2010 what's new for it professionals
Share point 2010 what's new for it professionals
Share point 2010 what's new for it professionals
Share point 2010 what's new for it professionals
Share point 2010 what's new for it professionals
Share point 2010 what's new for it professionals
Share point 2010 what's new for it professionals
Share point 2010 what's new for it professionals
Share point 2010 what's new for it professionals
Share point 2010 what's new for it professionals
Share point 2010 what's new for it professionals
Share point 2010 what's new for it professionals
Share point 2010 what's new for it professionals
Share point 2010 what's new for it professionals
Share point 2010 what's new for it professionals
Share point 2010 what's new for it professionals
Share point 2010 what's new for it professionals
Share point 2010 what's new for it professionals
Share point 2010 what's new for it professionals
Share point 2010 what's new for it professionals
Share point 2010 what's new for it professionals
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This presentation will introduce you to new features in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. This session will cover the new and improved product features as applicable to IT Professionals and how to …

This presentation will introduce you to new features in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010. This session will cover the new and improved product features as applicable to IT Professionals and how to install, deploy, manage, and administer SharePoint Server 2010. It also provides information on how to integrate SharePoint Server 2010 with key applications and how to maintain and troubleshoot SharePoint Server 2010.

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  • 1. WHAT&apos;S NEW IN MICROSOFT SHAREPOINT SERVER 2010<br />
  • 2. SharePoint and Microsoft Office 2010: A history of innovation.<br />SharePoint <br />and Microsoft Office2010<br />Beta<br />SharePoint and Microsoft Office 2007 SP2<br />Developmentand Validation<br />Microsoft Exchange Server<br />Beta<br />Exchange <br />Server 2010 <br />CustomerFeedbackand Research<br />Microsoft®SharePoint®Online<br />SharePoint and Office 2010 <br />SharePoint <br />and Office2010<br />Tech Preview<br />Microsoft Office Communications Server 2007 R2<br />FAST Search Server 2010<br />Key InnovationAreas Locked<br />SharePoint Online<br />H2<br />2007<br />H1 <br />2008<br />H2 <br />2008<br />H1<br />2009<br />H2 <br />2009<br />H1 <br />2010<br /><ul><li>Additional products being launched: Microsoft Project 2010 and Microsoft Visio® 2010
  • 3. ~$1B annual R&amp;D investment across Microsoft Office, SharePoint, and related products</li></li></ul><li>Productivity: It’s no simple thing.<br />Meet changing business needs<br />Manage IT costs and complexity<br /><ul><li>Drive insight from complexity
  • 4. Work with customers and partners
  • 5. Embrace millennial work styles
  • 6. Comply with regulations
  • 7. Integrate line-of-business (LOB) systems
  • 8. Provide scale agility
  • 9. Enable innovation
  • 10. Protect intellectual property</li></li></ul><li>Microsoft SharePoint 2010<br />The business collaboration platform for the enterprise and the Web.<br />Sites<br />Connect and Empower People<br />Communities<br />Composites<br />Cut Costs with a Unified Infrastructure<br />Respond Rapidly to Business Needs<br />Content<br />Insights<br />Search<br />
  • 11. Here’s how you can connect and empower people:<br />User Interface<br /><ul><li>The Office Ribbon user interface (UI) now in SharePoint
  • 12. Interactive user interface with Microsoft SilverlightTMand AJAX
  • 13. Intuitive site editing, the ming, and publishing
  • 14. Easy use of content and data across client and server
  • 15. In-context collaboration through the Microsoft Office Backstage
  • 16. Enhanced offline experience with SharePoint Workspace</li></ul>Office Integration<br />AnywhereAccess<br /><ul><li>Cross-browser support with accessibility compliance
  • 17. Mobile-based interaction across SharePoint and Microsoft Office
  • 18. Microsoft Office Web Apps for browser-based coauthoring</li></li></ul><li>Engage your audience. Not your IT help desk. <br />The Office Ribbon UI in SharePoint!<br />Theming<br />AJAX-basedusability<br />Embedding rich media<br />Easily adopt and design appealing SharePoint sites. <br />Cross-browserWeb access<br />
  • 19. Put great content to use.<br />Access information quickly from both SharePoint and Microsoft Office.<br />Easy discovery of content in SharePoint<br />Metadata-driven navigation in Microsoft Office<br />
  • 20. Make your work more relevant.<br />Collaborate in context through the new Office Backstage.<br />Metadata capturing<br />Save to SharePoint<br />Share and collaborate<br />Authoring context and presence<br />Related content<br />
  • 21. People offline? They can still be productive.<br />Synchronizes changes, not entire files<br />Office Ribbon UI and Office Backstage<br />Entire sites and LOB data<br />Microsoft Office InfoPath® integration<br />
  • 22. Interact with people and content—anywhere.<br />Editing<br />Viewing<br />Mobile Access<br />Web Access<br />Office Apps<br />SharePoint Libraries<br />People Search<br />Read and write across devices with SharePoint and Microsoft Office.<br />
  • 23. Here’s how you can unify your infrastructure and cut costs:<br /><ul><li>Rich and integrated platform to replace niche systems
  • 24. Solutions across intranet, extranet, and Internet
  • 25. One-time training and cost-effective maintenance</li></ul>Platform Consolidation<br />Deployment Choice<br /><ul><li>More flexibility through on-premise and hosted services
  • 26. Multi-tenancy with SharePoint Online Standard
  • 27. Dedicated hosting for more control and customization
  • 28. Robust installation and predictable migration process
  • 29. Reduced upgrade time with better patch management
  • 30. Higher availability through proactive monitoring</li></ul>IT Productivity<br />
  • 31. Make your collaboration solutions collaborate.<br />DashboardAccelerator<br />BPEL ProcessManager<br />BusinessForms Server<br />CollaborationSuite<br />SharePoint<br />InternetSites<br />Social Computing<br />Unified Communications And Collaboration<br />Business Intelligence<br />Enterprise Content Management<br />Portal SearchUltra Search<br />OmniFind<br />Business Intelligence<br />LotusConnections<br />WebCenterSuite<br />LotusQuickr<br />Beehive<br />WebSpherePortal<br />WebLogicAS<br />Enterprise Search<br />Website and Security Framework<br />Business Data Catalog<br />Open XML File Formats<br />Enterprise Content Management<br />Extensible UI<br />Workflow<br />Search<br />Secured, Well-Managed Infrastructure<br />Integrated Capabilities<br />Reduced Maintenance<br />Cost-Effective Training<br />Cross-Farm<br />Management<br />
  • 32. It’s your deployment. Do it your way.<br />On Premise<br />Hosted Service<br />Unified Communications And Collaboration<br />Business Intelligence<br />Enterprise Content Management<br /> Control and ownership<br />Rapid scalability<br />Customers<br />Partners<br />Employees<br />Website and Security Framework<br />Business Data Catalog<br />Open XML File Formats<br />Extensible UI<br />Workflow<br />Search<br />Secured, Well-Managed Infrastructure<br />SharePoint Online features on-premise and hosted solutions.<br />
  • 33. It’s your deployment. Manage its impact.<br />Upgrade servers without changing the user interface<br />Introduce a predictable migration process with visual upgrade.<br />Preview new UI<br />Switch on new UI across site collections in a controlled manner<br />
  • 34. Manage your platform as though you could see the future.<br />Use health monitoring to prevent problems and minimize downtime.<br />Service-level data<br />Problem identification<br />Links to guidance and resources<br />
  • 35. Here’s how you can rapidly respond to business needs:<br />Developer Productivity<br /><ul><li>SharePoint development with Microsoft Visual Studio®2010
  • 36. Application Lifecycle Management and Team Development
  • 37. Higher solution quality with new debugging tools</li></ul>Data Connectivity<br /><ul><li>Read-write LOB data with Business Connectivity Services
  • 38. Client and REST application programming interfaces (APIs) for access to Microsoft Office data
  • 39. SharePoint data exposed through Web services and APIs </li></ul>Composite Solutions<br /><ul><li>No-code solutions with SharePoint Designer 2010
  • 40. Process automation and visualization─InfoPathand Visio
  • 41. Standards support for development and publishing</li></li></ul><li>Business need? Collaboration solution. <br />Pricing Analysis<br />Sales Reporting<br />Hiring Processes<br />Project Tracking<br />Personal Profile Sites<br />Citizen Portals<br />Executive Dashboards<br />IT Service Portals<br />Conference Planning<br />Divisional Portals<br />Expertise Finders<br />Compliance Review Sites<br />Delivery Scheduling<br />Payroll Management<br />IntegratedDeveloper Tools<br />EnhancedExtensibility<br />Broad Supportfor Standards<br />Work more effectively. Respond more quickly.<br />
  • 42. Power up your development team. <br />Extensibility for SharePoint artifacts<br />Support for SharePoint debugging<br />Visual Studio 2010<br />Developer dashboard<br />Deploy a rich SharePoint development platform with Visual Studio 2010 integration.<br />
  • 43. That LOB data you have? Use it. <br />Business Connectivity Services lets you read and write with external data.<br />Outlook forms and task panes<br />SharePoint lists<br />Order<br />OrderID<br />CustomerID<br />EmployeeID<br />OrderDate<br />SQL WS LOB<br />
  • 44. No code? No problem.<br />Build solutions easily with the enhanced toolset in SharePoint Designer 2010.<br />Ribbon UI<br />Page editor<br />Workflow designer<br />External data <br />
  • 45. Solution development is only half the equation.<br /><ul><li>DOM 1.0
  • 46. HTML, HTTP, HTTPS
  • 47. MathML
  • 48. ODBC
  • 49. ODF (IS26300)
  • 50. Open XML (IS29500) OpenSearch
  • 51. OpenType
  • 52. PDF 1.7
  • 53. PDF/A
  • 54. RTF
  • 55. RSS, ATOM
  • 56. SOAP
  • 57. SVG
  • 58. REST
  • 59. UDDI
  • 60. Unicode
  • 61. URI/URN
  • 62. W3C XML Schema
  • 63. WCAG 2.0
  • 64. WebDAV
  • 65. WSDL
  • 66. WSRP
  • 67. XHTML
  • 68. XML
  • 69. XML Web Services
  • 70. XMLDsig
  • 71. XPATH
  • 72. XPS
  • 73. XSLT </li></ul>Drive adoption with fast integration, out-of-the-box accessibility, and worldwide standards.<br />Open documentation and APIs<br />Publishing<br />Developing<br />
  • 74. Microsoft SharePoint 2010<br />Connect and Empower People<br />Cut Costs with a Unified Infrastructure<br />Respond Rapidly to Business Needs<br />The business collaboration platform for the enterprise and the Web.<br />Sites<br />Communities<br />Composites<br />Content<br />Insights<br />Search<br />
  • 75. Thank You for Coming!<br />

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