What is new with Enterprise Content Management in SharePoint 2013 from Atidan


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What is new with Enterprise Content Management in SharePoint 2013 from Atidan

  1. 1. What’s New with EnterpriseContent Management inSharePoint 2013
  2. 2. WWW
  3. 3. Enterprise Content Management Create Control Protect Create and organize Manage content policy, Reduce risk and manage content easily with the information architecture compliance with centralized help of relevant discovered and taxonomy eDiscovery tools information
  4. 4. Create
  5. 5. Control
  6. 6. Protect
  7. 7. 1 ECM has evolved, where content creation and organization is intuitive and simple through discovery and collaboration2 Ensure compliance is achieved through content policy, information architecture and taxonomy3 Centralized eDiscovery across the Office platform helps protect organizations by improving compliance without affecting user productivity
  8. 8. What’s New with ECM in SharePoint 2013Working with eDiscovery in SharePoint 2013Working with Site Mailboxes in SharePoint 2013
  9. 9. Sharepoint@Atidan.com
  10. 10. Ask colleagues forexpertise Follow relevant content and subject matter experts Hashtags tied to taxonomy Preview content inline
  11. 11. Recommendation engine based suggestionsSingle place to track docsimportant to me
  12. 12. Timeline view of tasks
  13. 13. Rollup of tasks,including workflowtasks
  14. 14. Organizational sites deemed relevant by the businessConsolidated view ofrelevant sites for me, that Iam following
  15. 15. SkyDrive Pro – cloud storage for users @ workSee which files areshared and with whom
  16. 16. Drag files directly intoSkyDrive Pro
  17. 17. Easily see who can view oredit the file
  18. 18. Invite others to collaborateon your document
  19. 19. Click ‘SYNC’ to synchronize document libraries for offline accessSpecify where synchronizeddocuments will go locally
  20. 20. Always stay in sync withSkyDrive Pro
  21. 21. Library with custommetadata columns backedby term store
  22. 22. Document set
  23. 23. OneNote andfolder supportin documentsets
  24. 24. Easily declarerecords
  25. 25. Send to record centerLock iconrepresentsrecord
  26. 26. Garth sees an email with an attachment relevant for the Investor Relations Handbook ProjectAnd drags it directly intothe document library forthe project site
  27. 27. Document gets uploadedto SharePoint
  28. 28. Here it is! 
  29. 29. Garth could also drag and drop the email into the Site Mailbox for everyone on the project to seeOR he could drag it into SPso that it can potentially bemanaged as a corporaterecord
  30. 30. Email can be managed inSP as a record
  31. 31. Column metadata backed byterms in term store
  32. 32. Edit metadata in bulk
  33. 33. Expertise search also returnsrelevant authored documents
  34. 34. Adding ‘research’ to queryyields smarter results Query rules expose ‘HCI’ results within Knowledge Center Portal
  35. 35. Create knowledge management portals with auto- generated contentTaxonomicnavigation bound toterm set inmetadata term store
  36. 36. Taxonomicnavigation
  37. 37. Legal teams can creatediscovery sets for in-placepreservation View in-place hold stats in real time
  38. 38. Add Exchange mailboxes,SharePoint sites and fileshare sources Preserve content in original location with high fidelity
  39. 39. Create queries to trimdown content required forreview or export
  40. 40. Powerful query languagesupports Boolean, proximityand prefix wildcards Quickly see what parts of the query contribute the most content
  41. 41. Exchange results includeemails and Lync instantmessages
  42. 42. SharePoint results includefeeds, web sites, blogs,documents
  43. 43. Export options to de-duplicate emails andinclude doc versions Export content to EDRM XML standard format
  44. 44. Exported .mht file showspreserved content inoriginal fidelity
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