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#SPSBEND Keynote  - What You Need to Know about SharePoint 2013
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My keynote from SharePoint Saturday Bend, October 6th 2012, in which I walked through some of the new themes and features of SharePoint 2013.

My keynote from SharePoint Saturday Bend, October 6th 2012, in which I walked through some of the new themes and features of SharePoint 2013.



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  • Dynamic publishing via the Design Manager. Allows you to create your images and artifacts in one place, pull them from a library to build composed looks. Image renditions allow you to customize images based on how they are consumed (multi-device channels) via device-specific master pages
  • SEO optimization, analytics processing, runs different analytics jobs to analyze content in the search index and user actions that were performed on a site to identify items that users perceive as more relevant than others.
  • In addition to expanded functionality in MySites, Microsoft has added the social communities capability to help teams interact with all of the social community tools they expect on any public platform, such as share documents, leave notes, have threaded discussions, blog, collaborate via wiki, track tasks via a project site, and so forth.
  • Deeper collaboration with SharePoint is coming, but right now you can push content from SharePoint to Yammer, and MySites have leveraged some of what Yammer has done around MySites. More to come this fall, I’m sure.
  • Office Web Apps, with Drag and Drop, tighter integration with Exchange, and task management
  • Improved SPDesigner, a new class of workflows (Windows Azure workflow), more Powershell commandlets that help you manage workflow, and the ability to make workflows available as solutions in your app store for additional automation of your environment.
  • Around since 2007, it replaces Workspace (Groove) for online/offline syncing. Provides drag and drop upload, sync with SharePoint. Inside SharePoint, it’s like having a doc library built for one person, but it’s also a desktop app that connects and syncs with Windows Explorer.From Joel’s blog:Create documents natively in Office Web Applications Online Work online with multiple people on files Save directly to SkyDrive Pro from Office (you don't have to open your browser) Drag and Drop from many different browsers (Doesn't require IE) Document Preview with simple Mouseover (requires Office Web Apps) Share with your team or an individual and manage it easily Version history, recycle bin, recovery, Follow documents, sites and people from any site Centralized document sharing and following dashboard Centralized task management Sync files locally for offline access Mobile access (still much to be announced here!) Share to the newsfeed Newsfeed management Office 2013 native integration in Save Dialogs With SkyDrive Pro your company controls storage requirements, fault tolerance and encryption levels Rich Search integration Recent Document panel integration in Office 2013
  • SharePoint marketplace, Private marketplaces"The new app model embraces web standards: You can develop the user experience with HTML and JavaScript, and leverage SharePoint and other REST services right from the client using JavaScript and JSON. You can even create your own REST services and provide a web hosting platform of your choice to handle complex logic and integration of data and services. The new cloud app model also takes advantage of OAuth to allow for secure communication between SharePoint and remote hosted apps and services." Familiar tools – App Model
  • Shredded storage will remove file duplicates and reduce the amount of content sent across the wire.

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