Driving End User Adoption in SharePoint 2013 & 2010 - EPC Group


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Driving End User Adoption in SharePoint 2013 & 2010 - EPC Group

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Driving End User Adoption in SharePoint 2013 & 2010 - EPC Group

  1. 1. What is SharePoint? Ribbon UIBusiness Connectivity Services SharePoint WorkspaceInfoPath® Form Services SharePoint MobileAccess Services Office Client and Office Web App IntegrationExternal Lists Standards SupportWorkflowSharePoint DesignerVisual StudioAPI Enhancements Composites Tagging, Tag Cloud, RatingsREST/ATOM/RSS/AJAX/Silverlight Social Bookmarking Blogs and Wikis My Sites Activity FeedsPerformancePoint™ Services Profiles and ExpertiseMicrosoft Excel® Services Org BrowserChart Web PartMicrosoft Visio® ServicesWeb AnalyticsMicrosoft SQL Server® Enterprise Content TypesIntegration Metadata and NavigationPowerPivot Document Sets Multi-stage Disposition Social Relevance Audio and Video Content Types Phonetic Search Remote Blob Storage Navigation List Enhancements FAST Integration Enhanced Pipeline
  2. 2. SharePoint Evolution (From 2010) End User CompositesApplication & RADOn Premise Cloud Intranet Internet Oriented Facing
  3. 3. SharePoint in the Real World Many customers still using SharePoint as a glorified file share SharePoint has become more complex for end users and IT alike as we’ve added more features Business groups driving IT to move faster & only deliver what they need (e.g. “I just want social”) Customers often already own multiple competing technologies & need to understand how/when to integrate and consolidate E.g. ECM, WCM, Search, BI, OCS, Java Also need to think of how SharePoint fits in at an organizational level – such as enterprise records management & eDiscovery Organizations don’t always view SharePoint as an enterprise service or application That perception is changing & SharePoint is becoming “too big to fail” in some organizations and mission critical like Exchange Customers often have multiple SharePoint farms & site collections People are afraid of SharePoint sprawl like Lotus Notes & Access Many companies still on older versions of other products such as Windows XP, IE 6, Office 2007 Tide appears to be turning with Windows 7 & Office 2010, especially for people that decided to skip Windows Vista & Office 2007
  4. 4. Enterprise Search
  5. 5. 5. Crawl, Walk, Run With SharePoint
  6. 6. CrawlGo after the low hanging fruit
  7. 7. WalkLOB Applications & Project 10+ Internally – SharePoint portal & “surround” strategy Enterprise search – other content stores, federation Records Management SharePoint Composite Applications, Custom Workflows & BI 2007 – SharePoint Designer, Forms Services, Excel Services, Business Data Catalog 2010 – Word Services, Access Services, Visio Services, PerformancePoint Services, Business Connectivity Services User solutions, process automation/standardization, going green, human workflow Extranet Collaboration Sites – Customers, Partners, Boards, Mergers, Acquisitions Web Content Management – Internal Sites
  8. 8. RunEnterprise Applications Web Content Management – Internet Sites External commerce site integration (e.g. .NET apps, FAST, Commerce Server, etc.) Custom SharePoint .NET & Open XML applications Advanced system integration (BizTalk, Web Services, REST, etc.) to further connect to external systems (e.g. ERP, CRM, etc.)