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David Gorgone's presentation from the KnowledgeLake Irvine Event at QuickStart

David Gorgone's presentation from the KnowledgeLake Irvine Event at QuickStart


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  • Obvious question here will be around SKUs. What can we safely talk about?Current POR: The basics of ECT store and BDC runtime will be baked into the WSS platform. TBD on specifics beyond that.
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    • 1. SharePoint
      Enterprise Content Management
      David Gorgone
      Technology Solution Professional - SharePoint
      Microsoft Corporation
    • 2. Agenda
      SharePoint 2007 Momentum in ECM
      Introduction to SharePoint 2010
      Top New Features Around ECM
      Q&A
    • 3. What The Analysts Are Saying
      Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 – An ECM Platform
      “ECM was the primary reason for 22% of respondents in rolling out SharePoint 2007, the survey showed.…… Of those deploying SharePoint 2007 for ECM, 52% said it would replace an existing ECM system, while 32% said they would deploy it to staff not currently using ECM, and 16% said they would deploy SharePoint 2007 along side current ECM installations.”
      — Forrester survey by Kyle McNabb as reported in Network World’s SharePoint altering ECM Landscape, survey says, John Fontana, April 2, 2008
      “Forrester recently surveyed 233 IT decision-makers who have plans to implement or upgrade to at least some part of SharePoint 2007 and asked: "Which of the following best describes your organization's time line for implementing or upgrading to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server?". The results? 21% will upgrade immediately and 41% will do so within 6 months.“
      — SharePoint for the Enterprise, by Craig LeClair, Forrester Information Management blog, March 24, 2008
      “The Forrester survey, which was self-funded and involved 259 IT pros, shows that 24% are implementing or upgrading to SharePoint 2007 now while another 41% plan to do so in the next six months. Another 12% of users plan to roll SharePoint 2007 out in the next 12 months. “
      — Forrester survey by Kyle McNabb as reported in Network World’s SharePoint altering ECM Landscape, survey says, John Fontana, April 2, 2008
      “At the 2008 SharePoint Conference Bill Gates said that the SharePoint business has now surpassed $1B in sales and 100M licenses sold. While I believe those numbers are overstated , my own ongoing conversations with our clients confirms great interest in SharePoint, even among those who are already dedicated to other platforms. ”
      — SharePoint Excitement Mirrors Collaboration Dissatisfaction, by Craig Roth, Collaboration and Content Strategies blog, March 19, 2008
    • 4. Local Case Study:Advantage Sales and Marketing
      Advantage Sales and Marketing, LLC, based in Irvine, California, is one of the leading sales and marketing agencies specializing in outsourced sales, merchandising, category management, and marketing.
      Increased productivity 17% with SharePoint-based workflow document solution
      Invoices are processed 40 percent faster
      “With the KnowledgeLake solution and SharePoint Portal Server, we got rid of the faxing, the sending of e-mail, the clogging of the system.”
      - Lewie Wake, Chief Technical Officer, Advantage Sales and Marketing
    • 5. SharePoint ApplicationsLeveraging a rich set of building blocks across a broad set of scenarios
      Employee payroll portal
      Offline order entry
      Personal profile site
      Executive dashboard
      Job candidate applications
      .com site
      Conference planning
      Pricing analysis
      Insurance process
      Delivery scheduling
      Product catalog
      Compliance reviews
      Contract generation
      Expertise finder
      Sales reports
      IT service portal
      Request for proposals
      Human workflow
      LOBintegration
      Reportingand Analysis
      Documentprocessing
      SharePoint
      Portal Wikis Doc Sets BCS Forms Workflows KPIs People search Visio Services
      Web part framework Blogs Tags Doc ID SharePoint Designer Reporting Dashboards Access Services Enterprise search
      List relationships Web edit Managed taxonomy External lists
      Navigators Folksonomies Expertise Silverlight integration
      Excel Services Offline Tag cloud Metadata
      InfoPath web part Org chart browser BI slicers Conditional formatting
      Work areas
      Web sites
    • 6. SharePoint in the EnterpriseIntegrating with LOB Systems
      SharePoint Workspace with InfoPath Forms
      Outlook Forms andTask panes
      SharePoint lists
      Search
      Office Word
    • 7. Microsoft SharePoint 2010The Business Collaboration Platform for the Enterprise and the Web
      Sites
      Connect and Empower People
      Communities
      Composites
      Cut Costs with a Unified Infrastructure
      Content
      Insights
      Rapidly Respond to Business Needs
      Search
    • 8. Document Sets
      Enable employees to deliver value fast with Document Sets
      Different types of content items
      Manage multiple documents as a single entity
      Different types of content items
    • 9. Master Metadata Management
      Make it easy for users to enter metadata and use it
      Hierarchical taxonomy structure
      Metadata-driven
      navigation
      Capture metadata in Office
      Pre-Beta screenshots, subject to change
    • 10. Audit TrailNot just for workflow anymore
      Document Events Include:
      List, Library and Sites Events Include:
      Audit Trail reporting uses Excel Services
    • 11. Document IDsUnique identifiers for documents
      Document ID
      Service
      Custom Document ID Service
      SharePoint
      Document Library
    • 12. SharePoint Content
      Rich authoring and publishing for web and multi-media content
      Microsoft Confidential, Prototype Only
      Streaming video on web pages
      Ribbon menu for media content
      Digital-Asset Management
      Pre-Beta screenshots, subject to change
    • 13. SharePoint Content
      Expand reach of records management across the enterprise
      Location-based policies
      Declare a record in a team site
      Recording on a collaboration site
    • 14. SharePoint Content
      WCM – Build Rich, Dynamic Web Experiences
      Digital Asset Management
      Streaming Video on Web Pages
      Rich Authoring with the Office Ribbon
    • 15. Office Web ApplicationsEnable your people to work from anywhere with their PC, phone and browser
      Host on premises with SharePoint
      Lightweight editing
      Hi-Fidelity Viewing
      Content & formatting maintained
    • 16. Faster Search
      Get better answers faster that understands conversational input
      Scrolling Previews
      Visual “Best Bets”
      Multi-Level Sorting on Any Property
    • 17. Amplified Impact of Knowledge and ExpertiseBuild on a platform for social computing, collaboration, ECM, and business intelligence
      Recently authored content
      Phonetic and nickname matching
      Sorting by focus, expertise, name, relevance, or social distance
      Expertise Identification
    • 18. Enhanced SearchExtreme scale, relevance control and search applications… Simplified
      Easy user context, “Best Bets”, and promotion/demotion administration
      Control property extraction and use in refinement, sorting, and ranking
      Simplified Search Administration
      Empower users to personalize search results with sorting
    • 19. Business Connectivity Services
      Extend Office and SharePoint‘s UX and capabilities to External Data and Processes
      Bring external data from back-end systems into SharePoint and Office, interact with it, reuse it, and empower end users to gain insight into the underlying data in a reusable way.
      Interact and search external sources securely
      Easily create and customize code-less and code-based solutions.
    • 20. Business Connectivity Services
      Enhance SharePoint platform capabilities with out-of-box features, services and tools that streamline the creation of SharePoint Solutions with deep integration of External Data and Services.
      Office Apps
      BCS Client Runtime
      SharePoint
      Design Tools
      SharePoint Designer
      Enterprise
      Search
      Dev
      Platform
      Business Intelligence
      Enterprise Content Mgmt
      Collaboration Social
      External Lists
      Visual Studio
      External Content Types
      Business Data Connectivity
      Web 2.0
      DB
      WCF
      Web Service
      LOB
    • 21. Remote BLOB Storage
      Customers can choose BLOB store providers
      SharePoint Object Model
      SQL Server
      Relational Access
      SQL RBS Client Library
      RBS Maintainer
      Provider API
      Provider Library X
      Provider Library Y
      Provider Library Z
      Provider Library
      Content
      Database
      Config
      Database
      BLOB Store X
      BLOB Store Y
      BLOB Store Z
    • 22. Q & A
      © 2010 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries.
      The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.

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