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SharePoint 2010 FireStarter Keynote

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  • Key message: SharePoint Online is a cloud based service for businesses of all sizes. It helps businesses create sites to share documents and insights with colleagues, partners and customers.Talking Points: SharePoint Online provides sites to: manage and share important documents - My Siteskeep teams in sync and manage important projects - Team Sitesstay up to date with company information and news - Intranet Sitesmarket your business using a simple public-facing websiteDifferentiation: SharePoint Online is designed to work with familiar Office applications. It’s easy to create office documents and save directly to SharePoint Online or co-author documents with Office Web Apps. Information workers can access important documents offline or from familiar mobile devices and set document-level permissions to protect sensitive content. With one click it’s possible to communicate in real-time with colleagues, customers and partners from within SharePoint sites.
  • Sets up the rest of the event to go into much deeper level. Discuss how you can develop for SharePoint, Integrate with SharePoint and Leverage SharePoint. Discuss how solutions can span multiple platforms to create very sophisticated business applications.

SharePoint FireStarter - Session 1 - Keynote - Eric Swift SharePoint FireStarter - Session 1 - Keynote - Eric Swift Presentation Transcript

  • SharePoint Development Everywhere
    Eric Swift General Manager
    SharePoint
  • $1.3B+ Business for SharePoint
    300+ ISVs building SharePoint 2010 solutions today
    8,000+ partners trained through Ignite
    “Ask business people what the best and most useful product made by Microsoft is, and you may be surprised to hear many skip past the more obvious choices – such as Windows and Office – and go right to SharePoint.”
    “We will save more than $1 million over several years by combining our portal, document management, and collaboration systems into SharePoint Server 2010.”
    Services opportunity for partners and developers is $5.6B
    130,000 sites at Microsoft running SharePoint 2010
    SharePoint 2010 Momentum
  • Sometimes you can believe everything you read
    “Need a corporate portal? SharePoint. Want a collaboration system? SharePoint. A document management system? Web publishing system? For those and many other tasks, companies have leveraged the SharePoint platform.”
    “SharePoint 2010 also offers improved developer and administration capabilities, which will likely speed application creation while easing server management.”
    “If you need team collaboration and company-wide document management, then SharePoint 2010 certainly fits the bill – especially when you add in its social search features and integrated workflow.”
    “SharePoint 2010 is much more attractive for developers than SharePoint 2007 ever was. I wouldn't be surprised to see many ASP.Net developers adopt SharePoint 2010 for their larger customized sites.”
  • Business Collaboration Platform for the Enterprise and the Internet
    SharePoint 2010
    Sites
    Extensible .NET Platform
    Communities
    Composites
    Configure or Extend with Code
    Extend to the Cloud
    Content
    Insights
    Search
  • SharePoint is a Solution Platform
    • Custom Templates
    • Line-of Business Integration
    • Code Based Workflows
    • Custom Web Parts
    • UI Customization
    • No-Code Workflows
    • Data View Web Parts
    • Branding
    • Page Layouts
    • InfoPath forms
    • Create Sites to Collaborate
    • Build Lists
    • Manage Documents
    Out of the Box
    Configuration
    Extend with Code
  • Enable Business Solutions
    Empower people to locate, create, and act on data and content from multiple sources
    SEARCH-DRIVENAPPLICATIONS
    FORMS &WORKFLOWS
    BUSINESSINTELLIGENCE
    INTERNETSITES
    LOBCONNECTIVITY
  • SharePoint Online
    Create sites to share documents and information
    with colleagues and customers
    MY SITES
    Manage and share personal documents and insights
    INTRANET SITES
    Keep up to date with company information and news
    TEAM SITES
    Keep teams in sync and manage important projects
    WEBSITES
    Market your business using a simple public-facing website
  • DemoSharePoint Online
    Mark KashmanSr. Technical Product Manager
    SharePoint
  • SharePoint Development Everywhere
    Develop for SharePoint
    Integrate with SharePoint
    Leverage SharePoint
  • Take Your Next Step …
    Learn from this event
    Download IW VHD
    Broaden your use of SharePoint for business solutions
    Unify
    yourinfrastructure
    Connect
    people and teams
    Enable
    businesssolutions
  • 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.