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Share point 2010 100 level overview
Share point 2010 100 level overview
Share point 2010 100 level overview
Share point 2010 100 level overview
Share point 2010 100 level overview
Share point 2010 100 level overview
Share point 2010 100 level overview
Share point 2010 100 level overview
Share point 2010 100 level overview
Share point 2010 100 level overview
Share point 2010 100 level overview
Share point 2010 100 level overview
Share point 2010 100 level overview
Share point 2010 100 level overview
Share point 2010 100 level overview
Share point 2010 100 level overview
Share point 2010 100 level overview
Share point 2010 100 level overview
Share point 2010 100 level overview
Share point 2010 100 level overview
Share point 2010 100 level overview
Share point 2010 100 level overview
Share point 2010 100 level overview
Share point 2010 100 level overview
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Share point 2010 100 level overview

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  • 1. Leveraging Microsoft SharePoint 2010 as a BusinessCollaboration Platform Apimuk Siripitupum, Senior MCT , MCPD , MCTS , MCP SharePoint Product Engineer At Igenius Business Solutions
  • 2. Meet changing Manage IT costs business needs and complexityDrive insight from complexity Integrate line-of-business systemsWork with customers and partners Provide scale agilityEmbrace Millennial work styles Enable innovationComply with regulations Protect intellectual property
  • 3. Business Collaboration Platform
  • 4. Familiar Office Experience Anywhere AccessRapid Results
  • 5. Engage your audience…yourself!
  • 6. Make your work more relevant!
  • 7. Use content in more effectively
  • 8. Interact anywhere with people and content
  • 9. Enable productivity in offline scenarios
  • 10. PlatformConsolidation Deployment ChoiceIT Productivity
  • 11. Consolidate Collaboration Solutions
  • 12. Optimize your deployment across scenarios
  • 13. Manage the impact of your deployment
  • 14. Be proactive in managing your platform
  • 15. DeveloperProductivity DataConnectivityCompositeSolutions
  • 16. Business-collaboration solutions Hiring Processes Sales Reporting Pricing Analysis Citizen Portals Project Tracking Personal Profile Sites Exec Dashboards Conference Planning IT Service PortalsDivisional Portals Compliance Review Sites Expertise FindersPayroll Management Delivery Scheduling Developer Productivity Composite Data Solutions Connectivity
  • 17. Optimize development knowledge and resources Extensibility for Support for SharePointSharePoint artifacts debugging
  • 18. Leverage your existing LOB data
  • 19. Easily build solutions with an enhanced toolset
  • 20. Drive adoption of your solutions DOM 1.0 Unicode HTML, HTTP, HTTPS URI/URN MathML W3C XML Schema ODBC WCAG 2.0 ODF (IS26300) WebDAV Open XML (IS29500) WSDL OpenSearch WSRP OpenType XHTML PDF 1.7 XML PDF/A XML Web Services RTF XMLDsig RSS, ATOM XPATH SOAP XPS SVG XSLT REST UDDI
  • 21. Business Collaboration Platform
  • 22. ©2009 Microsoft, Microsoft Dynamics, the Office logo, and Your potential. Our passion. are trademarks of the Microsoft group of companies. The information herein is for informational purposes only andrepresents 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 onthe 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 ORSTATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.

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