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January 25, 2010<br />1<br />Presented by Portal Solutions:<br />Daniel Cohen-Dumani, CEO<br />
Agenda<br />Introduction to Portal Solutions<br />What’s new in 2010<br />Q&A<br />2<br />
Portal Solutions – Business Profile<br />SharePoint Services<br />Advisory<br /><ul><li>Roadmap
Planning</li></ul>Managed<br /><ul><li>Support
Maintenance
Training
Monitoring</li></ul>Implementation<br /><ul><li>Full Life Cycle solution development
QuickStart
Migration
Proof of Concept
System Integration</li></ul>Founded in 2002, Serving Mid-Atlantic<br />30+ full time staff<br />7 years of continuous prof...
Web Content Management (WCM)
Web Based and Project Collaboration
Enterprise Reporting and Dashboard
Enterprise Mashup
Application Development
Workflow and business process automation
Integration with back-end systems</li></ul>Technology<br /><ul><li>SharePoint WSS, MOSS
PerformancePoint Services
SQL Reporting Services
.NET Development
SilverLight
Integration of 3rd party solutions</li></ul>Market recognition<br />3<br />
SharePoint Momentum<br />17K+ Customers, 100M Licenses<br />“SharePoint is the fastest-growing product in Microsoft’s hist...
Why Upgrade to SharePoint 2010?<br />Connect and empower people<br />User Interface<br />Office integration<br />Anywhere ...
Microsoft SharePoint 2010<br />Connect and Empower People<br />Cut Costs with a Unified Infrastructure<br />Respond Rapidl...
User Interface<br /><ul><li>The Office Ribbon user interface (UI) now in SharePoint
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  • Connect and Empower PeopleMaking people more productive is a direct result of enabling them to access resources and knowledge regardless of where they are and what device they use, through a user experience optimized for usability and adoption.User InterfaceTo allow people to interact with SharePoint’s rich set of integrated capabilities in an easy and intuitive way, the Office Ribbon UI has been implemented in SharePoint, providing users with a familiar and contextual experience that drives their productivity even further. This user experience is enhanced by additional technologies that boost usability and by the ability of all users to easily edit and publish SharePoint sites.Office Integration Microsoft Office is, by far, the most commonly used business productivity software in the world. Office has always been about automating tasks and providing people with choices in how they get things done. Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 provide users with a seamless integration of capabilities that span across Client and Server, often without users even realizing that both are involved.​Anywhere Access Mobile work isn’t just for the sales force anymore. Today, most businesses support telecommuting, and they expect employees to be “always on, always connected,” even when they are away from the office. SharePoint 2010 offers a diverse set of capabilities that extends people’s access to resources and allows them to be productive regardless of the tools or devices they have available.Cut costs with a Unified InfrastructureDriving cost efficiencies and accomplishing more with the same resources is possible through the consolidation of all the key business collaboration solutions into SharePoint 2010 and using this common platform to deploy solutions for your intranet, extranet, or for your Internet web presence. Platform ConsolidationThe rich set of integrated capabilities for business collaboration provided by SharePoint 2010, in addition to its enterprise-scale manageability, will enable more customers to retire niche solutions and focus new solutions on SharePoint. This will accelerate their ability to drive efficiencies, allowing IT departments to achieve more impact with the same resources.Deployment ChoiceNowadays, IT is required to support scale agility, allowing its business collaboration platform to be scaled up and out quickly, based on changing business needs. SharePoint 2010 provides IT with the flexibility of choosing whether to deploy on-premises or in the cloud, thus enhancing its ability to support any given scenario while optimizing resources and remaining relevant and efficient.IT ProductivityWith business collaboration and productivity becoming instrumental to success, IT departments are required to do more with no additional resources. With SharePoint 2010, robust management tools enable IT to multiply its impact and achieve a higher degree of effectiveness with the same resources.Rapidly Respond to Business NeedsWhen time-to-market is key, SharePoint 2010 enables people to customize the out-of-box platform and deploy solutions that enable them to address specific business requirements quickly and in a secure manner. Developer Productivity In alignment with SharePoint’s approach of doing more with no additional resources, investments like integration with Visual Studio 2010 will enable customers to rely on existing programming expertise to enrich the SharePoint platform and increase the quality and ROI on their investments.Data Connectivity A major advancement in SharePoint is allowing users, regardless of their technical expertise, to interact with line-of-business data, surface it in their SharePoint sites, analyze it, and make updates to be reflected in the external data source itself, such as ERP and CRM systems.Composite SolutionsEnabling users to address specific business and collaboration needs, while relieving IT from the need to be involved all changes to the platform, is made possible through a rich set of tools and features that allow users to create no-code solutions and to deploy those solutions in an easy and secure manner.
  • ** This is the most important slide in this deck! Make sure you take the time to learn how to deliver it. **Context:This is the main slide to communicate the SharePoint 2010 all-up positioning and messagingThis slide should not be changed, altered or modified in any way and should be presented as is it in this deck!Together with this deck you should find a guidance document that includes a detailed explanation of the rationale behind this slide, the changes made to the SharePoint positioning and a suggested script for presenting this slide, which you should adjust to your specific circumstanceThis slide should be used to start the conversation about SharePoint 2010, what is it, the value it created to customers, etc.Why should customers care:The SharePoint all-up positioning summarizes what the platform is about, why should they consider it for their enterprise and what does it include, at a very high levelPresenter NotesSharePoint 2010 builds on the excellence of SharePoint 2007 in the areas of: CollaborationPortalsSearchContent ManagementBusiness ProcessesBusiness IntelligenceSharePoint 2010 focuses more directly on the work that is happening in your business:SitesCommunitiesContentSearchInsightsComposites
  • Key MessageThere are two enterprise scenarios supported in a SharePoint 2010 upgrade. It is not just a repetition of the upgrade from SPS 2003 to MOSS 2007Presenter NotesSharePoint now only supports the following upgrade scenarios:In-PlaceDatabase AttachIt is assumed that the majority of people will doing the database attached upgrade, because a large number will be migrating from 32-bit to 64-bit hardware.There is also the option for those who have run single click installations with the Windows Internal Database. There is an additional process here that will switch the implementation to an external BLOb store; in this case SQL Express 2008.No longer support are:Non SP2 MOSS implementationsSPS 2003 upgrades direct to SharePoint 2010Side-by-side installationsGradual upgradesThe side-by-side and gradual upgrades has traditionally presented issues. There are also issues regarding different hardware (32-bit and 64-bit) platforms in side-by-side upgrades. Certain services would not work on the same hardware. There had also been issues regarding customization and backward compatibility on the same system
  • Key MessageLet’s review the upgrade cycle.Presenter NotesThere is a cycle that you should follow when you are planning your upgrade:LearnPrepareTestImplementValidateYou have to plan for an upgrade.
  • Key MessageThere are two enterprise scenarios supported in a SharePoint 2010 upgrade. It is not just a repetition of the upgrade from SPS 2003 to MOSS 2007Presenter NotesSharePoint now only supports the following upgrade scenarios:In-PlaceDatabase AttachIt is assumed that the majority of people will doing the database attached upgrade, because a large number will be migrating from 32-bit to 64-bit hardware.There is also the option for those who have run single click installations with the Windows Internal Database. There is an additional process here that will switch the implementation to an external BLOb store; in this case SQL Express 2008.No longer support are:Non SP2 MOSS implementationsSPS 2003 upgrades direct to SharePoint 2010Side-by-side installationsGradual upgradesThe side-by-side and gradual upgrades has traditionally presented issues. There are also issues regarding different hardware (32-bit and 64-bit) platforms in side-by-side upgrades. Certain services would not work on the same hardware. There had also been issues regarding customization and backward compatibility on the same system
  • As you consider a SharePoint 2010 solution, we ask that you consider partnering with us on the above CTAs to help your business optimize SharePoint. We have helped over 60 clients in the Mid-Atlantic drive productivy gains, save operational costs, and increase organizational specific goals, like building on-line community of members, collaborating with customers, prospects, suppliers, employees, business partners, and members on-line. We are more than happy to set-aside time with you to understand your specific situation and challenge and recommend an approach to resolve and overcome these challenges!
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    1. 1. January 25, 2010<br />1<br />Presented by Portal Solutions:<br />Daniel Cohen-Dumani, CEO<br />
    2. 2. Agenda<br />Introduction to Portal Solutions<br />What’s new in 2010<br />Q&A<br />2<br />
    3. 3. Portal Solutions – Business Profile<br />SharePoint Services<br />Advisory<br /><ul><li>Roadmap
    4. 4. Planning</li></ul>Managed<br /><ul><li>Support
    5. 5. Maintenance
    6. 6. Training
    7. 7. Monitoring</li></ul>Implementation<br /><ul><li>Full Life Cycle solution development
    8. 8. QuickStart
    9. 9. Migration
    10. 10. Proof of Concept
    11. 11. System Integration</li></ul>Founded in 2002, Serving Mid-Atlantic<br />30+ full time staff<br />7 years of continuous profitability<br />Microsoft Gold Certified Partner in Information Worker Competency. Microsoft “Managed” Partner and Go To Partner for SharePoint<br />Member of SharePoint Technology Adoption Program “TAP” 2007 and 2010<br />Sample Clients<br />Core Competencies<br />Focus<br /><ul><li>Intranet and Extranet Portal
    12. 12. Web Content Management (WCM)
    13. 13. Web Based and Project Collaboration
    14. 14. Enterprise Reporting and Dashboard
    15. 15. Enterprise Mashup
    16. 16. Application Development
    17. 17. Workflow and business process automation
    18. 18. Integration with back-end systems</li></ul>Technology<br /><ul><li>SharePoint WSS, MOSS
    19. 19. PerformancePoint Services
    20. 20. SQL Reporting Services
    21. 21. .NET Development
    22. 22. SilverLight
    23. 23. Integration of 3rd party solutions</li></ul>Market recognition<br />3<br />
    24. 24. SharePoint Momentum<br />17K+ Customers, 100M Licenses<br />“SharePoint is the fastest-growing product in Microsoft’s history... And this is just the beginning: SharePoint continues to grow as customers are just beginning to apply it to a wide array of business issues and processes.”<br />- AMR Research, April 22, 2008<br />Leader in Gartner® Magic Quadrants, Forrester WaveTM<br />Continued Platform and Application Innovation<br />4,000+ Partners Today across Collaboration, Content Management and Search<br />
    25. 25. Why Upgrade to SharePoint 2010?<br />Connect and empower people<br />User Interface<br />Office integration<br />Anywhere access<br />Cut costs with a Unified Infrastructure<br />Platform consolidation<br />Deployment choice<br />IT Productivity<br />Rapidly Respond to Business Needs<br />Developer productivity<br />Data connectivity<br />Composite solutions<br />
    26. 26. Microsoft SharePoint 2010<br />Connect and Empower People<br />Cut Costs with a Unified Infrastructure<br />Respond Rapidly to Business Needs<br />The business collaboration platform for the enterprise and the Web.<br />Sites<br />Communities<br />Composites<br />Content<br />Insights<br />Search<br />
    27. 27. User Interface<br /><ul><li>The Office Ribbon user interface (UI) now in SharePoint
    28. 28. Interactive user interface with Microsoft SilverlightTMand AJAX
    29. 29. Intuitive site editing, the ming, and publishing
    30. 30. Easy use of content and data across client and server
    31. 31. In-context collaboration through the Microsoft Office Backstage
    32. 32. Enhanced offline experience with SharePoint Workspace</li></ul>Office Integration<br />AnywhereAccess<br /><ul><li>Cross-browser support with accessibility compliance
    33. 33. Mobile-based interaction across SharePoint and Microsoft Office
    34. 34. Microsoft Office Web Apps for browser-based coauthoring</li></ul>Here’s how you can connect and empower people:<br />
    35. 35. Engage your audience. Not your IT help desk. <br />Easily adopt and design appealing SharePoint sites. <br />The Office Ribbon UI in SharePoint!<br />Theming<br />AJAX-basedusability<br />Cross-browserWeb access<br />Embedding rich media<br />Pre-Beta screenshots, subject to change<br />
    36. 36. Put great content to use.<br />Access information quickly from both SharePoint and Microsoft Office.<br />Easy discovery of content in SharePoint<br />Metadata-driven navigation in Microsoft Office<br />Pre-Beta screenshots, subject to change<br />
    37. 37. Make your work more relevant.<br />Collaborate in context through the new Office Backstage.<br />Metadata capturing<br />Save to SharePoint<br />Share and collaborate<br />Authoring context and presence<br />Related content<br />Pre-Beta screenshots, subject to change<br />
    38. 38. People offline? They can still be productive.<br />Read and write with SharePoint and LOB data using SharePoint Workspace.<br />Synchronizes changes, not entire files<br />Office Ribbon UI and Office Backstage<br />Entire sites and LOB data<br />Microsoft Office InfoPath® integration<br />Pre-Beta screenshots, subject to change<br />
    39. 39. Interact with people and content—anywhere.<br />Read and write across devices with SharePoint and Microsoft Office.<br />Editing<br />Viewing<br />Mobile Access<br />Web Access<br />Office Apps<br />SharePoint Libraries<br />People Search<br />Pre-Beta screenshots, subject to change<br />
    40. 40. Unify your infrastructure and cut costs<br /><ul><li>Rich and integrated platform to replace niche systems
    41. 41. Solutions across intranet, extranet, and Internet
    42. 42. One-time training and cost-effective maintenance</li></ul>Platform Consolidation<br />Deployment Choice<br /><ul><li>More flexibility through on-premise and hosted services
    43. 43. Multitenancy with SharePoint Online Standard
    44. 44. Dedicated hosting for more control and customization
    45. 45. Robust installation and predictable migration process
    46. 46. Reduced upgrade time with better patch management
    47. 47. Higher availability through proactive monitoring</li></ul>IT Productivity<br />
    48. 48. It’s your deployment. Do it your way.<br />SharePoint Online features on-premise and hosted solutions.<br />On Premise<br />Hosted Service<br />Unified Communications And Collaboration<br />Business Intelligence<br />Enterprise Content Management<br /> Control and ownership<br />Rapid scalability<br />Customers<br />Partners<br />Employees<br />Website and Security Framework<br />Business Data Catalog<br />Open XML File Formats<br />Extensible UI<br />Workflow<br />Search<br />Secured, Well-Managed Infrastructure<br />
    49. 49. It’s your deployment. Manage its impact.<br />Introduce a predictable migration process with visual upgrade.<br />Preview new UI<br />Switch on new UI across site collections in a controlled manner<br />Upgrade servers without changing the user interface<br />Pre-Beta screenshots, subject to change<br />
    50. 50. Manage your platform as though you could see the future.<br />Use health monitoring to prevent problems and minimize downtime.<br />Service-level data<br />Problem identification<br />Links to guidance and resources<br />Pre-Beta screenshots, subject to change<br />
    51. 51. Respond to business needs<br />Developer Productivity<br /><ul><li>SharePoint development with Microsoft Visual Studio®2010
    52. 52. Application Lifecycle Management and Team Development
    53. 53. Higher solution quality with new debugging tools</li></ul>Data Connectivity<br /><ul><li>Read-write LOB data with Business Connectivity Services
    54. 54. Client and REST application programming interfaces (APIs) for access to Microsoft Office data
    55. 55. SharePoint data exposed through Web services and APIs </li></ul>Composite Solutions<br /><ul><li>No-code solutions with SharePoint Designer 2010
    56. 56. Process automation and visualization─InfoPath and Visio
    57. 57. Standards support for development and publishing</li></li></ul><li>Power up your development team. <br />Deploy a rich SharePoint development platform with Visual Studio 2010 integration.<br />Extensibility for SharePoint artifacts<br />Support for SharePoint debugging<br />Visual Studio 2010<br />Developer dashboard<br />Pre-Beta screenshots, subject to change<br />
    58. 58. That LOB data you have? Use it. <br />Business Connectivity Services lets you read and write with external data.<br />Outlook forms and task panes<br />SharePoint lists<br />Order<br /> OrderID<br /> CustomerID<br /> EmployeeID<br /> OrderDate<br />SQL WS LOB<br />Pre-Beta screenshots, subject to change<br />
    59. 59. Upgrade Methods<br />Supported Scenarios<br />Unsupported Scenarios<br />In-Place Upgrade<br />Database Attach Upgrade:<br />Content Database<br />Profile Service Database<br />Project Service Database<br />Single Click Install - SQL Migration<br />Windows Internal Database (WID) -> SQL Express 2008 + File Stream RBS<br />Upgrade from earlier than WSS v3 SP2/MOSS 2007 SP2<br />Direct upgrade from WSS v2/SPS 2003 or earlier<br />Side by side installation<br />Gradual upgrade<br />
    60. 60. Upgrade Cycle: Overview<br />
    61. 61. Upgrade – Best Practices<br />Consider a gradual upgrade using new hardware<br />Migrate content as needed using 3rd party tools<br />Rethink your portal taxonomy and navigation<br />Leverage new features <br />Meta-data store, document management improvements<br />Tagging and rating<br />BCS<br />
    62. 62. The 2010 LineupSpanning Intranet, Internet, and Extranet scenarios, with specialty servers for Enterprise Search <br />Intranet<br />Internet/Extranet<br />Enterprise Client Access License (CAL)Standard Client Access License (CAL)<br />New<br />High-End Search<br />New<br />New<br />New<br />Enabling Technologies<br />
    63. 63. SharePoint OnlineBringing SharePoint Server 2010’s business collaboration platform capabilities to the cloud<br />Intranet<br />Internet/Extranet<br />Enterprise User Subscription License (USL)<br />Standard User Subscription License (USL)<br />Deskless User Subscription License (USL)<br /> Internet Sites Offer<br /> Partner Access Offer<br />New<br />New<br />New<br />Moving towards parity between on-premises and online<br />Parity in features and scenarios enabled<br />Introducing: Enterprise USL, Internet Sites, and Partner Access offers<br />Beta invitations to registered SPC attendees when available<br />
    64. 64. Demonstration<br />New Look and Feel – Ribbon everywhere, AJAX and dialogs<br />Wikis everywhere<br />Document Management enhancements<br />Search<br />Business Intelligence and data integration<br />Off Line integration<br />25<br />
    65. 65. Call To Action to optimize Microsoft SharePoint 2010<br />Complimentary Offerings:<br /><ul><li>Discovery Call
    66. 66. Architectural Design Session
    67. 67. Solution Workshop</li></li></ul><li>Conclusion<br />A properly implemented SharePoint 2010 environment can provides a unified, enterprise-ready solution that boosts organizational effectiveness by:<br />Connecting and empowering users<br />Collaboration<br />Building business communities and project groups<br />Managing total cost of ownership<br />Infrastructure<br />Management<br />Training<br />Responding to business needs<br />Change<br />New opportunities<br />
    68. 68. Conclusion<br />A properly implemented SharePoint 2010 environment can provides a unified, enterprise-ready solution that boosts organizational effectiveness by:<br />Connecting and empowering users<br />Collaboration<br />Building business communities and project groups<br />Managing total cost of ownership<br />Infrastructure<br />Management<br />Training<br />Responding to business needs<br />Change<br />New opportunities<br />
    69. 69. Thank You!<br />Q&A<br />Daniel Cohen-Dumani<br />(240) 450-2694<br />daniel@portalsolutions.net<br />
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