EPC Group’s SharePoint 2010 Best  Practices Presentation Series “SharePoint 2010 - Weighing and Comparing   SharePoint 201...
About EPC Group
Presenter: Errin O’Connor
Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 Inside Out    Windows® SharePoint® Services 3.0 Inside OutDive in to Microsoft® Share...
Implementing a SharePoint Center of Excellence              (SharePoint COE)
The Business Collaboration Platform for the Enterprise and the Web
Sites         Communities           ContentSearch
Sites         Communities           ContentSearch
 SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise (Client Access License or CAL)    For organizations looking to expand their business ...
 SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise (Client Access License or CAL)    For organizations looking to expand their business ...
 SharePoint Server 2010 Standard (Client Access License or CAL)    For organizations looking to deploy a business collab...
Ribbon UI                                                     SharePoint Workspace                                        ...
 SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise (Client Access License or CAL)    For organizations looking to expand their business ...
Ribbon UI                                                     SharePoint Workspace                                        ...
Content Type              DatabaseHub                       • Term Store• Content Types             • Term                ...
Rich User  ExperienceAnywhere AccessSingle Platform
User-centricFlexibility and ComplianceManagement Efficiency
Managing Digital Assets
Managing Digital Assets
Managing Documents in SharePoint 2010
Document Sets
SharePoint Content
SharePoint Content
SharePoint ContentLocal copy saved for offline         access                               Synchronizing only updated   E...
SharePoint Search
SharePoint Search
SharePoint InsightsEnhanced business insight with PerformancePoint Services
SharePoint InsightsVisualize data and interact with it using Visio Services
SharePoint Insights (BI & Reporting)Effective data analysis and decision-making with Excel Services
SharePoint Composites (Any Version)Easily build solutions with SharePoint Designer 2010
SharePoint CompositesRobust process automation with InfoPath Forms
SharePoint CompositesEnhance out-of-box functionality with Visio & Visio Services
SharePoint CompositesGovernable self-service deployment with SandBoxed Solutions    What can be deployed?    •   Web Parts...
SharePoint CompositesPervasive external data with Business Connectivity Services                                          ...
Reduce down-time using proactive Health Monitoring
IT Pro investments
Developer investmentsUse existing knowledge and resources with VS 2010 integrationExtensibility for SharePointartifacts   ...
Improve customized solutions with the Developer
EPC Group’s Best Practices SharePoint Governance
EPC Group’s Best Practices SharePoint Governance
EPC Group’s Best Practices SharePoint Governance (cont..)
EPC Group’s Best Practices SharePoint Governance (cont..)
MySite Governance is Critical!
Adhoc   Structured
Example of EPC Group’s SharePoint                          Charge Back Model           SharePoint As A ServiceBasic       ...
Example of EPC Group’s SharePoint          Charge Back Model  SharePoint As A Service Gold     Silver PlatinumOffering Off...
Your Organization’s SharePoint Service Level Agreement
EPC Group - Comparing SharePoint 2010 Versions and Functionallity - SharePoint Consulting Services
EPC Group - Comparing SharePoint 2010 Versions and Functionallity - SharePoint Consulting Services
EPC Group - Comparing SharePoint 2010 Versions and Functionallity - SharePoint Consulting Services
EPC Group - Comparing SharePoint 2010 Versions and Functionallity - SharePoint Consulting Services
EPC Group - Comparing SharePoint 2010 Versions and Functionallity - SharePoint Consulting Services
EPC Group - Comparing SharePoint 2010 Versions and Functionallity - SharePoint Consulting Services
EPC Group - Comparing SharePoint 2010 Versions and Functionallity - SharePoint Consulting Services
EPC Group - Comparing SharePoint 2010 Versions and Functionallity - SharePoint Consulting Services
EPC Group - Comparing SharePoint 2010 Versions and Functionallity - SharePoint Consulting Services
EPC Group - Comparing SharePoint 2010 Versions and Functionallity - SharePoint Consulting Services
EPC Group - Comparing SharePoint 2010 Versions and Functionallity - SharePoint Consulting Services
EPC Group - Comparing SharePoint 2010 Versions and Functionallity - SharePoint Consulting Services
EPC Group - Comparing SharePoint 2010 Versions and Functionallity - SharePoint Consulting Services
EPC Group - Comparing SharePoint 2010 Versions and Functionallity - SharePoint Consulting Services
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  1. 1. EPC Group’s SharePoint 2010 Best Practices Presentation Series “SharePoint 2010 - Weighing and Comparing SharePoint 2010’s Version Functionality”
  2. 2. About EPC Group
  3. 3. Presenter: Errin O’Connor
  4. 4. Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 Inside Out Windows® SharePoint® Services 3.0 Inside OutDive in to Microsoft® SharePoint® Foundation 2010
  5. 5. Implementing a SharePoint Center of Excellence (SharePoint COE)
  6. 6. The Business Collaboration Platform for the Enterprise and the Web
  7. 7. Sites Communities ContentSearch
  8. 8. Sites Communities ContentSearch
  9. 9.  SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise (Client Access License or CAL)  For organizations looking to expand their business collaboration platform to enable advanced scenarios. Use the Enterprise capabilities of SharePoint to fully interoperate with external line-of-business applications, Web services, and Microsoft Office; make better decisions with rich data visualization, dashboards, and advanced analytics; and build robust forms and workflow-based solutions. SharePoint Server 2010 Standard (Client Access License or CAL)  For organizations looking to deploy a business collaboration platform across all types of content. Use the core capabilities of SharePoint to manage content and business processes, find and share information and expertise, and simplify how people work together across organizational boundaries. SharePoint Server 2010 for Internet Sites, Enterprise  For organizations looking to create customer-facing public internet sites and private extranets using the full enterprise capabilities of SharePoint. This provides full SharePoint Enterprise functionality and no other technical limits. SharePoint Server 2010 for Internet Sites, Standard  For small and mid-sized organizations looking to create public Internet sites or basic extranets using the Standard features of SharePoint Server 2010.
  10. 10.  SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise (Client Access License or CAL)  For organizations looking to expand their business collaboration platform to enable advanced scenarios. Use the Enterprise capabilities of SharePoint to fully interoperate with external line-of-business applications, Web services, and Microsoft Office; make better decisions with rich data visualization, dashboards, and advanced analytics; and build robust forms and workflow-based solutions. SharePoint Server 2010 Standard (Client Access License or CAL)  For organizations looking to deploy a business collaboration platform across all types of content. Use the core capabilities of SharePoint to manage content and business processes, find and share information and expertise, and simplify how people work together across organizational boundaries. SharePoint Server 2010 for Internet Sites, Enterprise  For organizations looking to create customer-facing public internet sites and private extranets using the full enterprise capabilities of SharePoint. This provides full SharePoint Enterprise functionality and no other technical limits. SharePoint Server 2010 for Internet Sites, Standard  For small and mid-sized organizations looking to create public Internet sites or basic extranets using the Standard features of SharePoint Server 2010.
  11. 11.  SharePoint Server 2010 Standard (Client Access License or CAL)  For organizations looking to deploy a business collaboration platform across all types of content. Use the core capabilities of SharePoint to manage content and business processes, find and share information and expertise, and simplify how people work together across organizational boundaries.
  12. 12. Ribbon UI SharePoint Workspace SharePoint MobileBusiness Connectivity Services Office Client and Office Web App IntegrationInfoPath Form Services Standards SupportExternal ListsWorkflowSharePoint DesignerVisual Studio Tagging, Tag Cloud, RatingsAPI Enhancements Social BookmarkingREST/ATOM/RSS Blogs and Wikis My Sites Activity Feeds Profiles and Expertise PerformancePoint Services Org Browser Excel Services Chart Web Part Visio Services Web Analytics SQL Server Integration Enterprise Content Types PowerPivot Metadata and Navigation Document Sets Multi-stage Disposition Social Relevance Audio and Video Content Types Phonetic Search Remote Blob Storage Navigation List Enhancements FAST Integration Enhanced Pipeline
  13. 13.  SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise (Client Access License or CAL)  For organizations looking to expand their business collaboration platform to enable advanced scenarios. Use the Enterprise capabilities of SharePoint to fully interoperate with external line-of-business applications, Web services, and Microsoft Office; make better decisions with rich data visualization, dashboards, and advanced analytics; and build robust forms and workflow-based solutions.
  14. 14. Ribbon UI SharePoint Workspace SharePoint MobileBusiness Connectivity Services Office Client and Office Web App IntegrationInfoPath Form Services Standards SupportExternal ListsWorkflowSharePoint DesignerVisual Studio Tagging, Tag Cloud, RatingsAPI Enhancements Social BookmarkingREST/ATOM/RSS Blogs and Wikis My Sites Activity Feeds Profiles and Expertise PerformancePoint Services Org Browser Excel Services Chart Web Part Visio Services Web Analytics SQL Server Integration Enterprise Content Types PowerPivot Metadata and Navigation Document Sets Multi-stage Disposition Social Relevance Audio and Video Content Types Phonetic Search Remote Blob Storage Navigation List Enhancements FAST Integration Enhanced Pipeline
  15. 15. Content Type DatabaseHub • Term Store• Content Types • Term • Term Sets • Term Groups MMSSA
  16. 16. Rich User ExperienceAnywhere AccessSingle Platform
  17. 17. User-centricFlexibility and ComplianceManagement Efficiency
  18. 18. Managing Digital Assets
  19. 19. Managing Digital Assets
  20. 20. Managing Documents in SharePoint 2010
  21. 21. Document Sets
  22. 22. SharePoint Content
  23. 23. SharePoint Content
  24. 24. SharePoint ContentLocal copy saved for offline access Synchronizing only updated Editing conflict resolved by sections (deltas) merge engine
  25. 25. SharePoint Search
  26. 26. SharePoint Search
  27. 27. SharePoint InsightsEnhanced business insight with PerformancePoint Services
  28. 28. SharePoint InsightsVisualize data and interact with it using Visio Services
  29. 29. SharePoint Insights (BI & Reporting)Effective data analysis and decision-making with Excel Services
  30. 30. SharePoint Composites (Any Version)Easily build solutions with SharePoint Designer 2010
  31. 31. SharePoint CompositesRobust process automation with InfoPath Forms
  32. 32. SharePoint CompositesEnhance out-of-box functionality with Visio & Visio Services
  33. 33. SharePoint CompositesGovernable self-service deployment with SandBoxed Solutions What can be deployed? • Web Parts • Event Receivers • Feature Activation Receivers • Workflow Actions • InfoPath Forms • Site and List Templates Restricted to Limited resources • Code CPU Time • SQL Execution Time • Number Exceptions Custom Code is Isolated • Separate Process/Server • Scale Out
  34. 34. SharePoint CompositesPervasive external data with Business Connectivity Services My Artists Artist Tracker > Artists Contracts Artist Name Address City State Artist Artist Name: Mandible Deathrattle Artists Concourse Jay Hamlin Trio Down on the Bayou Andrew Datars Quartet Agent: Concourse Stuck in the Mud Jay Hamlin Trio Tastes like chicken Down on the Bayou Mandible Concourse
  35. 35. Reduce down-time using proactive Health Monitoring
  36. 36. IT Pro investments
  37. 37. Developer investmentsUse existing knowledge and resources with VS 2010 integrationExtensibility for SharePointartifacts Support for SharePoint Import solutions from Sandboxed Solutions SharePoint Designer, including Workflow
  38. 38. Improve customized solutions with the Developer
  39. 39. EPC Group’s Best Practices SharePoint Governance
  40. 40. EPC Group’s Best Practices SharePoint Governance
  41. 41. EPC Group’s Best Practices SharePoint Governance (cont..)
  42. 42. EPC Group’s Best Practices SharePoint Governance (cont..)
  43. 43. MySite Governance is Critical!
  44. 44. Adhoc Structured
  45. 45. Example of EPC Group’s SharePoint Charge Back Model SharePoint As A ServiceBasic Advanced Premium• Low cost to Free • $ Charge Back • $$$ Charge back (low barrier) • Multi Tenant • Dedicated• Self Service (w/ meta data • Web App/App Pool • Virtual or Physical Separation capture or workflow) • No GAC access • Custom LOB Integration• Fixed Quotas • Custom Site Templates • Business Focused Dev• SharePoint Designer (optional) • Limited LOB Integration • Dev/Test environments• Out of box templates + Application Templates
  46. 46. Example of EPC Group’s SharePoint Charge Back Model SharePoint As A Service Gold Silver PlatinumOffering Offering Offering
  47. 47. Your Organization’s SharePoint Service Level Agreement

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