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Session a European SharePoint conference in Copenhagen, February 5th 2013
SharePoint 2013 has brought some huge improvements in social computing. Real-time collaboration, news feeds, following people and artefacts, groups and communities – it all helps businesses to push knowledge dispersion, collaboration and the feeling of togetherness to a new level. But it doesn’t have to stop there – this session will show how to further customize and improve the aspects of social computing within SharePoint 2013. Compliance is a key issue: this session will show how to tailor SharePoint social features to fit the specific business needs, how to tweak it to be your vehicle in corporate social computing, compliant with your internal procedures and regulatory requirements.
In this demo-packed session, we will explore SharePoint 2013 Social API, client and server, and we will see how to get most of the news feeds and social data. We will integrate public social networks with SharePoint social features, create that way a powerful social and knowledge computing platform for businesses. SharePoint is not just a product packet with social features – it can be a platform for social computing within your company. This session will show how.