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nForm's Better Intranets Conference on June 12, 2014. Presenter Michal Pisarek from Dynamic Owl Consulting shares insight on SharePoint 2013.

nForm's Better Intranets Conference on June 12, 2014. Presenter Michal Pisarek from Dynamic Owl Consulting shares insight on SharePoint 2013.

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nForm Better Intranets | SharePoint 2013 Best Practices Presentation Transcript

  • 1. SharePoint 2013 For Intranets 1
  • 2. Who Am I 2 Poland Adelaide Vancouver SydneyPerth
  • 3. Founder of Dynamic Owl Consulting 4XMicrosoft SharePoint MVP Organizer of the Vancouver SharePoint Users Group Blog: SharePointAnalyst HQ Twitter: @michalpisarek International SharePoint Speaker Introduction: Michal Pisarek 3
  • 4. Dynamic Owl 4 •  SharePoint consulting services •  Microsoft Gold Partner •  Bonzai SharePoint Intranet •  End to End SharePoint Implementations
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  • 8. Should I upgrade to SharePoint 2013? How does Office 365 impact our Intranet (and what is it)? What should I do with all these new social features? 8
  • 9. “Should I upgrade to SharePoint 2013” 9
  • 10. Probably
  • 11. Thank you for your time! Michal Pisarek E: Michal@dynamicowl.com T: @michalpisarek W: www.dynamicowl.com P: 778-668-0278
  • 12. Content Authoring: Copying from Word 12 •  Option for clean paste that respects the styles defined on your Intranet •  No more crazy styles being injected in and ruining your Intranet •  Fantastic for content authors
  • 13. Image Renditions 13 •  Crop and control image dimensions •  Pre-define rendition sizes •  Great for mobile content
  • 14. Embedding Content 14 •  Embed content directly within pages •  Control accessible domains •  Great way to make use of external content
  • 15. SharePoint 2010 -> 2013 15 •  Upgrade  your  infrastructure  to  SP2013   •  Keep  everything  running  in  SP2010  mode  Infrastructure  Only   •  Upgrade  your  infrastructure  to  SP2013   •  Upgrade  individual  services  or  workloads  Service  or  Workload   •  Upgrade  Site  CollecDon  by  Site  CollecDon   •  Allow  end  users  to  specify  when  they  want  to  upgrade  Self  Service   •  Connect  to  Office  365  for  certain  workloads   •  Migrate  directly  into  Office  365  or  Azure  Hybrid  and  Cloud  
  • 16. SharePoint 2007 -> 2013 16 • No  real  value  in  doing  this   • Look  at  migraDon  tools  and  planning  Migrate  to  2010   first   • Many  new  capabiliDes  in  SP2013  to  leverage   • There  is  significant  changes  in  the  plaQorm  –   its  not  a  like-­‐for-­‐like  migraDon   Significant   planning  required   • You  can  but  you  will  need  to  upgrade  to   SP2010  first   • Leverage  out  of  the  box  SP2013  features  first   Can  I  reuse   custom  code  
  • 17. Upgrade Decision Points 17 • SP2013:  Significant  social  tools  and  features   • SP2010:  Look  for  third  party  products  to  address  gaps  Social   • SP2013:  FAST  Search  part  of  product,  new  features   • SP2010:  Powerful,  FAST  can  be  cumbersome  Search   • SP2013:  Mobile  capabiliDes  baked  in   • SP2010:  Significant  investment  required  Mobility   • SP2013:  Support  for  browsers  outside  of  IE   • SP2010:  Issues  with  non-­‐IE  Browsers  CompaDbility  
  • 18. “How does Office 365 impact our Intranet?” 18
  • 19. What is Office 365? •  Pay-as-you-go, per-user licensing •  Complete Office experience with services integration •  Always the latest version of Office and Office Web Apps •  Familiar Office user experience •  My Sites to manage and share documents •  Access documents offline •  Document-level permissions •  Share documents securely with Extranet Sites •  50Gb mailbox with voicemail & unified messaging •  Integrated personal archiving •  Retention policies and legal hold •  Free/busy coexistence •  IM & Presence across firewalls •  GAL/Skill search in SharePoint •  Online meeting with desktop sharing •  Windows Live federation
  • 20. On-Prem vs Office 365 20
  • 21. SharePoint Online Impact 21 Data  sovereignty  huge  cause  for  concern     CreaDng  Intranets  on  Office  365  can  be  challenging   Microso]’s  investment  is  more  focused  on  the  cloud   Technical  and  organizaDonal  challenges  
  • 22. Use cases for SharePoint Online 22 Instant   Extranet   CollaboraDon   Sites   Evergreen   Service   Large  Scale   Data  Storage   Many  More  
  • 23. “What should we do with this ‘social’ stuff?” 23
  • 24. Social Tools in SharePoint 2013 24 •  Significant social capabilities •  All data stored on your SharePoint environment •  No more investment by Microsoft in SharePoint social •  Tagging, following and sharing content •  Mobile apps exist •  In the cloud only (there will NEVER be an on-prem version •  Future of social in all Microsoft products •  More capabilities that SharePoint social •  Multiple mobile and desktop apps exist
  • 25. Social tools on SharePoint Intranets 25 •  Newsfeed front and center on homepage •  Allowing for commenting, likes and ratings across the intranet •  Leveraging SharePoint Social or Yammer as a way to facilitate engagement and connection
  • 26. Future of social? 26
  • 27. Thank you for your time! Michal Pisarek E: Michal@dynamicowl.com T: @michalpisarek W: www.dynamicowl.com P: 778-668-0278