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An IT Pro presentation I deliver that explains the differences in SharePoint 2013 and approaches organizations use to upgrade.

An IT Pro presentation I deliver that explains the differences in SharePoint 2013 and approaches organizations use to upgrade.

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  • Land this point: This is how it all comes together. We've brought together SharePoint and Exchange (which has the same embedded Search engine). In addition to OOB search verticals such as video search, we have made it very easy to build custom solutions on top of our platform. Microsoft’s robust partner ecosystem further adds to the richness of our offerings. Here are the talking points for eDiscovery. Overview: Compliance demands are increasing as content grows explosively while regulations become stricter. In Office 15, we are easing the burden of compliance with joint investments across SharePoint and Exchange. Office 15 includes new capabilities that reduce the costs and complexity of eDiscovery by providing a single interface to manage discovery across SharePoint, Exchange, Lync, and file shares.  Talking Points· Microsoft eDiscovery focuses on the early stages of the electronic discovery reference model (EDRM). Our research shows that most organizations prefer to perform the early stage functions of EDRM in-house including identifying, preserving, collecting, and processing discovery content. The later stages of discovery (review, analysis, and production) are typically outsourced to a third-party firm. · Unified discovery and export: A single interface is available to perform complex discovery searches across Exchange, SharePoint, Lync, and file shares in real time using a state-of-the-art search platform that supports the use of Boolean, wildcard, and proximity syntax. Search queries can be exported to download content for further review by a third party.· In place preservation: SharePoint sites and Exchange mailboxes can be preserved in their entirety or based on a query to protect content in their original store without impacting the end user’s ability to edit and delete content. This also eliminates the need to set up a separate environment to store the content that needs to be protected.
  • Upgradeable Service Applications include: Business Data Connectivity, Managed Metadata, Performance Point, Secure Store, Search, User Profile
  • Cool Powershell:stsadm –o enumallwebs (with includefeatures and includewebparts parameters)Spdiag for custom solutionsTest-spcontentdatabase

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  • ©2012 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Content based on SharePoint Server 2013 Preview and published July 2012.
  • ©2012 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Content based on SharePoint Server 2013 Preview and published July 2012.
  • ©2012 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Content based on SharePoint Server 2013 Preview and published July 2012.3Office Web Apps Distributed CacheSeparate server fromSharePoint. Can integratewith all Microsoft Officeserver products. Trustestablished by New-SPWOPIBindingAdditional Cache similar toBlob Cache – but lightningfast. Built on WindowsServer Appfabric.Workflow 1.0SharePoint now leveragesWindows Azure WorkflowServer. Can be installedon a SharePoint Box.
  • ©2012 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Content based on SharePoint Server 2013 Preview and published July 2012.
  • ©2012 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Content based on SharePoint Server 2013 Preview and published July 2012.5ExchangeSharePointCustom solutionPublic API
  • ©2012 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Content based on SharePoint Server 2013 Preview and published July 2012.6mssearch.exe noderunner.exe noderunner.exe noderunner.exePublic APIUnit of scale/role boundarynoderunner.exe
  • ©2012 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Content based on SharePoint Server 2013 Preview and published July 2012.
  • ©2012 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Content based on SharePoint Server 2013 Preview and published July 2012.•••••••
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  • ©2012 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Content based on SharePoint Server 2013 Preview and published July 2012.
  • ©2012 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Content based on SharePoint Server 2013 Preview and published July 2012.claims migration document