Before I drill down further - I do think it is important to take a moment to reflect on how we got here. As many of you may recall, our first release of SharePoint back in 2001 – really had 2 different architectures – one delivered by SharePoint Team Services and then SharePoint Portal Server 2001. In the second release we came a long way in unifying these architectures and building SPS 2003 on top of Windows SharePoint Services and ASP.Net. This was really a bet on our part of making team collaboration part of the infrastructure and a bet on XML and Web Services. But, we still had the separate product for Web Content Management.
2 minutesMain Points:What does a lack of content management really mean in today’s world?Wasted time.Inability to meet external requirements.Lost revenue.Note: Turkish bank example relates to workflow
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Moss 2007 overview microsoft
An overview of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007<br />
Portal<br />Portal Site <br />Communicative to employees - corporate news and events, prayers times, results<br />Help users navigate among internal processes<br />Strengthen the corporate brand<br />Tackle Information overload<br />Target information<br />Personalized view of web pages<br />Social networking <br />Personal homepage (MySite) where employees can share information with each other and have a summarized view if their personal information<br />
Search– Facts and Figures<br />Industry analysts estimate that Information Workers spend up to 30% of their working day looking for information they need*<br />As much as 10% of a company’s salary costs are wasted on ineffective searches**<br /> * New World of Work – Microsoft whitepaper <br />** Butler Group<br />
Increase employee productivity by helping them find organizational information<br />Documents<br />Activities/Tasks<br />Blogs<br />People<br />Information in other business applications<br />Keep them up to date using alerts and subscriptions<br />Search <br />
Microsoft Enterprise Search<br />Search is not a one-size fits all solution<br />Enterprise search tightly integrated with a business productivity infrastructure<br />Best-in-class enterprise search for the most demanding applications<br />Enterprise search available as a free download<br />
Unlock hidden information And change the way people interact with information<br />Find the information available in your enterprise <br />Connect withpeople and expertise<br />Find the information you need, no matter where it is located<br />to create relationships that can drive business results<br />
Best in classEnterprise search for the most demanding <br />Drive revenue<br />by increasing customer conversion and monetizing existing assets<br />Improve business decisions<br />by making people smarter—connecting them with latent information they need to make informed choices<br />Increase productivity<br />by making better use of what an organization already knows<br />
Microsoft is in the Leaders Quadrant<br />Gartner Magic Quadrant for Information Access Technology, 2008<br />The Magic Quadrant is copyrighted September 2008 by Gartner, Inc. and is reused with permission. The Magic Quadrant is a graphical representation of a marketplace at and for a specific time period. It depicts Gartner's analysis of how certain vendors measure against criteria for that marketplace, as defined by Gartner. Gartner does not endorse any vendor, product or service depicted in the Magic Quadrant, and does not advise technology users to select only those vendors placed in the "Leaders" quadrant. The Magic Quadrant is intended solely as a research tool, and is not meant to be a specific guide to action. Gartner disclaims all warranties, express or implied, with respect to this research, including any warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose. This Magic Quadrant graphic was published by Gartner, Inc. as part of a larger research note and should be evaluated in the context of the entire report. The Gartner report is available upon request from Microsoft.<br />SOURCE: Gartner, Inc., “Magic Quadrant for Information Access Technology” by Whit Andrews & Rita Knox, September 30, 2008<br />
Customizable Document Information panel based on InfoPath technology<br />Define required metadata in content type definition<br />Capture meta data as part of authoring process<br />Extends document management to the desktop<br />
Simplify content updates<br />Editing and updating is handled by the business users<br />Built in workflow to secure correct content<br />Schedule when content goes live<br />Version controls to allow collaboration<br />Expand your reach<br />Mobile access<br />RSS feeds<br />Create compelling web sites<br />Library of web parts that can be reused<br />Silverlight technology to support animations and videos<br />Web Content Management <br />
Browse available content assets<br /> Simple web authoring <br />
Multi-language Support<br />“I need this available in German and French”<br />1. Create<br />2. Workflow<br />3. Go live!<br />English<br />…/en/casestudies/<br />After Approval<br />German<br />…/de/fallstudien/<br />Workflow<br />French<br />…/fr/etudesdecas/<br />Workflow<br />
Business Intelligence<br />Visualize important numbers and key performance indicators (KPIs) by creating dashboards<br />Enables business users to effectively share information stored in Excel spreadsheets<br />Create dashboards with multiple graphs and tables using built in filters<br />
Knowledge Discovery and Insight Using SharePoint KPI lists and Excel Services<br />
Summary<br />Better coordination of tasks<br />Better overview of team activities<br />Better team work <br />Improved corporate communication<br />Personalized information<br />Increased knowledge sharing<br />Business insight using Excel Dashboards and KPI lists<br />Visualizes business data <br />Increased productivity<br />Increased information reuse<br />Automation of manual processes<br />Simplified information gathering<br />Increased quality control with document management<br />Enhanced services with web content management<br />
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