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  • 2003 – Visionary + Leader
  • Collaboration = CommunitiesPortal = SitesSearch = SearchContent Management = ContentBusiness Forms = CompositesBusiness Intelligence = InsightsCommunitiesBlogsWikisWorkspacesSurveyDiscussion BoardsTasksStatus UpdatesTags“Like” itSitesMore WebpartsOffice 2010 IntegrationBrowser support, mobile devicesOffline accessMy SitesList throttlingSilverlight supportSearchThumbnails, previewResult sortingPeople searchResult ranking based on clicksIntegration with Windows 7 Desktop SearchContentDocument sets group related documentsDocument IDs and ID lookupAutomatic content classification based on content typeIn-place records managementShard content types (between farms/site collections)Support for permalinksCompositesSandboxesOut of the box workflowsSharePoint Designer improvementsAccess servicesVisio servicesForms servicesBCS, offline, two wayInsightsSimplified consolePowershellChartingStructured + unstructured content typesImproved visualizations
  • DemoNew look and feelRibbonRich ajax interface
  • Talk about what powershell is for a second.PowerShell is a new scripting language designed for the administrator. PowerShell is being continously integrated into the Microsoft product line with increasing support for Exchange, SQL Server, System Center Operations Manager, System Center Data Protection Manager and Windows Server 2008. PowerShell gives administrators the power to write command line scripts that allow them to more easily control systems through a powerful API. Additionally PowerShell can tap into existing libraries such as the .Net Framework or custom libraries allowing you to be very productive and efficient.
  • Ok, scary… lets move on to some quick examples.
  • Other ExamplesBulk set metadataReconfigure librariesSet security
  • DemoShow my siteShow like itShow notes
  • For legal:“I Like It”High value documentGood way to track reusable documentsTaggingAllows for user driven “Folksonomy”News FeedsLearn what other people are working onPotentially a tool for Conflicts or eDiscovery
  • General added value that also includes legal
  • No demo
  • DemoSharePoint workspace
  • DemoDeclare item as recordShow inline records with other documents
  • DemoAdd site to SharePoint sitesSave to SharePointOffice web apps (Edit word document)
  • DemoMetadata navigatorEdit document show managed metadata: keywords, practice area, department
  • DemoSearchRefinementsPeople Search
  • InfoPath Integration is not working as of Beta 2Workflow integration only supports site level workflows, not item level for BCS items
  • Allows you to connect to external data and manipulate that data in SharePoint.What were talking about:HR can log into SharePoint open the “Employees” list modify a record. Update someones last name and that update is immediately synchronized in source of record. (Employee database) Additionally that employee record is available inside of Outlook as a contact and can be fully read/edit in outlook as well.
  • Document management being viable for law firms
  • SharePoint 2010 - What's New?

    1. 1. SharePoint 2010 – What’s New?<br />Cory Peters, Solutions Architect<br />Eastridge Technology, Inc.<br />MCTS, MCPD<br />blog: corypeters.net<br />email: cpeters@eastridge.net<br />
    2. 2. Agenda<br />How We Got Here<br />SharePoint 2010 Overview<br />Top 10 New Features in 2010<br />Upgrading to 2010<br />Questions<br />
    3. 3. How We Got Here<br />
    4. 4. SharePoint Server 2010<br />Communities<br />Insights<br />Sites<br />Composites<br />Search<br />Content<br />
    5. 5. Brief Demo<br />New Look and Feel<br />Ribbon<br />RIA (Rich Internet Application) Interface<br />Less refreshes<br />Dialogs<br />
    6. 6. Top 10 New Features in 2010<br />
    7. 7. PowerShell Administration<br />10<br />
    8. 8. What’s PowerShell?<br />PowerShell is a new scripting language designed for the administrator. PowerShell is being continously integrated into the Microsoft product line with increasing support for Exchange, SQL Server, System Center Operations Manager, System Center Data Protection Manager and Windows Server 2008. PowerShell gives administrators the power to write command line scripts that allow them to more easily control systems through a powerful API. Additionally PowerShell can tap into existing libraries such as the .Net Framework or custom libraries allowing you to be very productive and efficient.<br />
    9. 9. New Features<br />Replacing STSADM<br />Over 530 Commands (At current beta)<br />Very powerful tool for administrators and developers<br />Huge performance boost <br />Some users reporting 12 hours to 30 minutes for some long running processes previously scripted in STSADM<br />PowerShell<br />
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    11. 11. Taking Inventory<br />Get-SPSite | Select Url, ContentDatabase<br />UrlContentDatabase<br />--- ---------------<br />http://sharepoint SPContentDatabase Name=WSS_Content<br />http://sharepoint/my SPContentDatabase Name=WSS_Content<br />http://sharepoint/my/personal/administrator SPContentDatabase Name=WSS_Content<br />http://sharepoint/my/personal/eastridge SPContentDatabase Name=WSS_Content<br />PowerShell<br />
    12. 12. Managing Content<br />$web = Get-SPWeb http://sharepoint/teamsite<br />$library = $web.Lists['Shared Documents']<br />foreach ($item in $library.Items)<br />{<br /> if ($item.File.CheckOutStatus -eq 'None')<br /> {<br /> $item.File.CheckOut()<br /> }<br />}<br />PowerShell<br />
    13. 13. Social<br />9<br />
    14. 14. New Features<br />Status<br />Recent Activities<br />News Feeds<br />I Like It<br />Tags<br />Note Board<br />Ratings<br />Social<br />
    15. 15. Added Value<br />Findability<br />Surfaces documents, sites, pages via user feeds<br />Authority<br />More likely to follow a link if it’s been submitted by a respected colleague or someone with similar interests<br />Adoption<br />Users are now “rewarded” for their contributions to SharePoint<br />Other users are more likely to follow links recommended by friends<br />Social<br />
    16. 16. Applications for Legal<br />“I Like It”<br />High value document<br />Good way to track reusable documents<br />Tagging<br />Allows for user driven “Folksonomy”<br />News Feeds<br />Learn what other people are working on<br />Potentially a tool for Conflicts or eDiscovery<br />Social<br />
    17. 17. Insights<br />8<br />
    18. 18. New Features<br />Web Analytics<br />Traffic<br />Inventory<br />Improved Excel Services<br />Chart Web Part<br />Improved Performance Point Integration<br />Packaged with SharePoint OOTB<br />Insights<br />
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    21. 21. Added Value<br />Track key metrics<br />Storage<br />Visitor Count<br />Most Visited Pages<br />Focus on maintaining the most used content<br />Rich charting functionality with data from SharePoint, Databases or Excel – All OOTB<br />Insights<br />
    22. 22. Offline Support<br />7<br />
    23. 23. New Features<br />SharePoint Workplace<br />Libraries, Lists, External Content<br />Searching Workplace Content Offline<br />Improved Outlook Offline<br />Office Upload Center<br />Offline Support<br />
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    27. 27. Added Value<br />Take your documents with you to the mountain house!<br />Allow users to work in a rich desktop environment rather than always working within SharePoint<br />Take more than just documents with you<br />Lists – Announcements, Links, Tasks, Discussions<br />External Data – Matter management system<br />Offline Support<br />
    28. 28. Client Object Model<br />6<br />
    29. 29. New Features<br />Three new object model interfaces<br />.Net CLR (Windows forms, Console apps, etc)<br />Silverlight<br />Javascript<br />Client Object Model<br />
    30. 30. 14ISAPI<br />Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.dll<br />Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.Runtime.dll<br />
    31. 31. 14TEMPLATELAYOUTSClientBin<br />Microsoft.SharePoint.Silverlight.dll<br />Microsoft.SharePoint.Sliverlight.Runtime.dll<br />
    32. 32. 14TEMPLATELAYOUTS<br />SP.js<br />
    33. 33. Added Value<br />Build less custom web services on top of SharePoint<br />Richer, quicker to develop desktop / office integrated tools for working with SharePoint<br />Rapid development<br />Developers may not need SharePoint installed locally for specific kinds of development<br />Client Object Model<br />
    34. 34. Records Management<br />5<br />
    35. 35. New Features<br />“In Place” Records Management<br />Declare as Record<br />Single or Bulk<br />Multi Stage Retention Policies<br />Holds and Hold Exemption<br />eDiscovery<br />Records Management<br />
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    39. 39. Added Value<br />Easier for users to declare records<br />Records can expire in-place to simplify storage requirements<br />Better support for complex retention policies<br />Incremental expiration<br />Ex: After 1 year delete previous versions, after 7 years delete record<br />Records Management<br />
    40. 40. Office Integration<br />4<br />
    41. 41. New Features<br />Save To SharePoint<br />SharePoint Sites<br />Workspace Integration<br />Backstage<br />Office Web Apps<br />Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote<br />Across the Board Ribbon Interface<br />SharePoint Workspace<br />Calendar Overlays<br />Office Integration<br />
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    47. 47. Added Value<br />Reduces pain point of getting documents into SharePoint from Office applications<br />Office web apps<br />Extranets? (Depends on licensing)<br />Thin clients<br />External access (From home, on the road, at the mountain house)<br />Office Integration<br />
    48. 48. Metadata<br />3<br />
    49. 49. New Features<br />Better global content type support<br />Global Taxonomy and Folksonomy management<br />Navigate large libraries of documents<br />Huge pain point previously where you would be forced to configure views or simply page through thousands of documents<br />New types of metadata<br />Ratings, “I Like it”, Notes<br />Cascading dropdowns<br />Validation<br />Metadata<br />
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    55. 55. Added Value<br />Practical support for larger lists/libraries<br />Bottom up taxonomy approach<br />Richer interaction with content<br />Ratings<br />Social interaction with content<br />I Like it<br />Notes<br />Metadata<br />
    56. 56. Search<br />2<br />
    57. 57. New Features<br />Search<br />Personalization<br />Single Box Approach <br />Bing/Google-Like Interface<br />Refinements (Facets)<br />Automated list of refinements based on results<br />View Document Result in Browser<br />Improved Advanced Search, Query Suggestions<br />People Search Improvements<br />FAST Search<br />Document Previews<br />“Entity Extractors” – Pull data from external systems<br />
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    62. 62. Added Value<br />Metadata more important with refinements<br />People Search<br />Easier to find experts within the Organization<br />Easier to ensure that you get found<br />FAST<br />Entity extraction allows for metadata to be pulled from the document or from systems outside of SharePoint<br />Refinements are extensible<br />Search<br />
    63. 63. Business Connectivity Service<br />1<br />
    64. 64. New Features<br />Create Connections with SharePoint Designer<br />Full Read / Write / Update / Delete Support<br />Full SharePoint List Support<br />InfoPath Integration<br />Offline Support<br />Workflow Integration<br />Business Connectivity Service<br />
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    68. 68. Added Value<br />SharePoint truly becomes the “Portal” to your company provided views into every other systems data<br />Applications include surfacing information from<br />Matter Management System<br />Accounting System<br />Employee Database<br />CRM System<br />etc<br />Business Connectivity Service<br />
    69. 69. Document Management<br />1<br />
    70. 70. New Features<br />Improved Bulk Upload<br />Office Web Apps<br />Global Content Type Management<br />Improved Metadata Management<br />New Storage Limits<br />Offline Support<br />Improved Office Integration<br />Microsoft Office Upload Center<br />Bulk Check Out / Check In<br />Document Management<br />
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    75. 75. Added Value<br />Easier to get documents into SharePoint<br />Better metadata support (and management)<br />Offline support means the ability to take your documents anywhere<br />Office Web Apps means the ability to edit/view documents from home or any PC that may not have Microsoft Office<br /> Richer, more responsive UI when working with documents<br />Document Management<br />
    76. 76. Upgrading to SharePoint 2010<br />
    77. 77. Server Side Requirements<br />SharePoint Servers (WFE, Index, Query, etc)<br />Windows Server 2008 R2 x64<br />Windows Server 2008 SP2 x64<br />Database Servers<br />SQL Server 2005 SP3 x64<br />SQL Server 2008 SP1 CU2 x64<br />Development Environments<br />Supports Windows 7<br />
    78. 78. Client Side Requirements<br />Authoring<br />IE7+, Firefox 3+<br />Better Safari support<br />Office 2008 SP2 for Mac brings <br />Internet Explorer 6 (Read Only)<br />
    79. 79. Preparing to Upgrade<br />Windows Server 2003<br />SQL 2000<br />Browser chaos<br />
    80. 80. Pre-upgrade Check<br />Preupgradecheck<br />Server info<br />Farm info<br />Upgrade types supported<br />Site templates, features, language packs, aamurls<br />OS<br />Database schema<br />Orphans<br />Invalid settings / missing files<br />
    81. 81. Questions<br />
    82. 82. Thanks for coming!<br />Our Partners<br />Software Services for Customer Success<br />Stay Connected<br />http://www.eastridge.net<br />http://facebook.com/#!/EastridgeTechnology<br />http://twitter.com/eastridgetech<br />

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