WCM & Public Facing Websites on SharePoint Online / Office 365

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  • About 1996 I learnt HTML – <blink> and <marquee> elements… anybody?
  • WCM & Public Facing Websites on SharePoint Online / Office 365

    1. 1. www.c5alliance.comBuilding your online presencewith SharePoint 2013 OnlineAonghus Fraser@gusfraserOffice 365 Business Briefing, London, 17th June 2013
    2. 2. Agenda Introductions A Brief Overview of Web Content Management Office 365 WCM Capabilities Demonstration Summary Q&A
    3. 3. Aonghus (Gus) Fraser SharePoint Evangelist & Lead Consultant @ C5 Developing Enterprise Solutions since SharePoint 2003 Twitter: @gusfraser Email: af@c5.je Bunch of MSFT certs e.g. MCPD, MCSD, MCITP etc. Ex web-designer (circa 1997-1999) Architected a WCMS still in use by 80k user company today C5 Alliance; ~75 IT consultants (18 SharePoint/CRM) Based in Jersey & Guernsey Probably the highest concentration of SharePoint consultants on the planet**unconfirmed
    4. 4. www.c5alliance.comJersey
    5. 5. www.c5alliance.comGuernsey
    6. 6. www.c5alliance.com
    7. 7. C5 Alliance 75+ highly skilled, qualifiedand experienced consultants ~14 SharePoint Consultants Jersey, Guernsey, London.
    8. 8. On Premises WCM
    9. 9. A Brief Overview of WCM
    10. 10. <html><body><h1>Still “just” HTML!</h1><h2>Not much has changed semantically</h2><h3>The tools have changeddramatically!</h3></body></html>
    11. 11. Popular Web Content Management OptionsPHP OpenSource•Wordpress•Silverstripe•Joomla•Drupal.NET OpenSource•Umbraco•Orchard.NETCommercial•Sitecore•EpiServer•DotNetNuke•SharePoint!Viable options butthink of cost, dilutedskills, usability
    12. 12. Microsoft (SharePoint)not in the topquadrant but it maybe “good enough” formost
    13. 13. Office 365 WCM Capabilities
    14. 14. Office 365 WCM Capabilities – Part 1PublishingEngine• Draft Pages• PublishingWorkflowImageRenditions• Upload anyfile size• Resize to fiton the flyMobile DeviceChannel• AlternateMaster Page
    15. 15. Office 365 WCM Capabilities – Part 2Search• OOTB is Great!• Customsearch-drivenpages• ManagedMetadataSEO• Friendly URLs• Meta tags• Light(er) pagesApps &Marketplace• Socialintegration• 3rd partywidgets
    16. 16. Office 365 WCM Capabilities – Part 3Re-usableContent• Header, Footercontent etc.Snippets• Paste in SP or.NET contentDesign Manager• Dreamweaver(!)• Master Pages &Page Layouts
    17. 17. Limitations Extensibility – Sandbox Solutions or Apps only Not necessarily a problem… Many options hidden from the UI Search, Content Types, Site Columns No multi-lingual option Sub sites Not confirmed as fully supported (although possible..)
    18. 18. DemonstrationHow The Daily Planet moved to Office 365
    19. 19. Summary
    20. 20. Why? Cost Usability & User Experience Web Publishing Features Mobile Device Channel Search Design Manager
    21. 21. Why Not? Multi-lingual requirements Complex site with deep structure (sub-sites) Back-end integration (e.g. e-Commerce) No Content Authoring farm
    22. 22. The End - Thank You!Any Questions?@gusfraseraf@c5.je

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