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Office, share point, exchange 2013 and sql 2012 better together
 

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Describes the features you will get when using the latest version of MS Office, SharePoint, Exchange 2013 and SQL Server 2012 together. ...

Describes the features you will get when using the latest version of MS Office, SharePoint, Exchange 2013 and SQL Server 2012 together.
The features that will not work are also provided. This is not a definitive list but a good starting point

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  • Site mailboxes are a key part of your ECM Social Interaction
  • Sharepoint 2013 supportseDiscovery by allowing the legal team to go to the eDiscovery console to add, manage and export discovery sets of data fromSharePoint,Exchange and LyncThere, they manageDiscovery SetsQueriesIn-Place Holds SP & ExchangeFile share items too (identified, but not “held”)Exports
  • Business challengeIt is challenging for information workers to get a comprehensive view of their tasks or to have a central point for managing their work. Tasks are stored across applications and systems, and even in the case where all tasks are stored within a single system, information can still be scattered. Work management Service applications provides functionality to aggregate tasks to central placeUsers can go to view and track their work and to-dosTasks are accessible from each users personal siteTechnical background and configurationService application doesn’t have any configuration options in Central AdministrationAccessed and used directly programmatically by out of the box functionalitiesOut of the box task aggregation with Microsoft SharePoint Products, Microsoft Exchange Server, and Microsoft Project ServerFor example, users can edit tasks from Exchange Server on a mobile phone, and the Work Management Service aggregates tasks to the My Tasks page in personal siteImplementation is based on provider model, so that additional systems maybe integrated to same architecture in future
  • New FeaturesData exploration improvements with additional commandsBetter integration with SQL Server Analyses Services data or PowerPivot modelsField list and field well support added to excel services for easier PivotChart and PivotTable controlCalculated measures and members supported in web renderingEnhanced timeline controls for renderingApplication BI Servers supportBusiness Intelligence Center updateTouch and Device SupportExcel Services in SharePoint allows users to directly save their workbooks and publish their reports to a SharePoint site, which will render the workbooks in the browser. This feature now supports a higher level of parity between the browser and the Excel client with features like the field well and quick explore, as well as utilizing the full features of SharePoint such as collaborative editing.Excel has traditionally offered a number of basic data cleansing capabilities, but with Excel 2013 we have added some clever tools to enhance this experience. With the new Flash Fill feature, Excel will intelligently find the patterns of my data and suggest to fill the remaining cells. The Quick Analysis feature allows users to preview different conditional formatting, or instantly identify duplicate or unique values, as well as add recommended charts according to my data.Pivot Tables and Charts are now de-coupled, so it is possible to create separate charts without having to create a table beforehand. There is also a new slicer called the Timeline, which automatically detects the time dimension in your data, and helps filter the data accordingly. It is now easy to use pure drill down and drill through capabilities with the Quick Explore feature. It grants the ability to quickly create trend charts to display data over time.Power View Native feature in ExcelPerform interactive data explorationShare reports with your colleaguesSurface KPIs on dashboardsBrowser basedData exploration, visualization, and presentation experience Aimed at users of all levelsAnother major addition to Microsoft’s Self-Service BI platform is Power View in Excel and SharePoint. Power View is a highly interactive, browser-based data exploration, visualization, and presentation experience for users of all levels—from business executives to information workers. First introduced with SQL Server 2012, Power View now empowers anyone to visually explore data, easily create interactive visualizations, and effortlessly present and share reports—all within the familiarity of Excel and SharePoint. Self-Service BI needs to go beyond individual insight. It should empower users to work together to share insights and develop them collectively. With SharePoint, all of these powerful Self-Service BI capabilities are seamlessly extended into a collaborative BI platform for sharing of insights and working together to develop insights even further. SharePoint enables collaborative browser-based data exploration, visualization, and presentation experiences. For example, executives and business users can monitor and discuss information through collaborative BI Dashboards, enabling them to make better decisions using scorecards and social features. Power View as standalone version in SharePoint was an exciting introduction to the world of visualizations, but now that is has been embedded as a native feature in Excel, the opportunities are limitless. This feature allows users to create interactive reports with intuitive charts, grids and filters to help define insights and share with others.PowerPivotNative Modeling in ExcelSelf-Service BIAnalyze large data setsObserve trendsThe popularPowerPivot feature is now thedata modeling engine native in Excel, so it is no longer necessary to download the separate the add-in, as it can now be simply activated in the add-in menu. Excel continues to enhance its support for connecting to various data sources. Userscan connect to traditional data sources such as various databases on premise as well as in the cloud, as well as various data feeds and flat files. PowerPivot pioneered the self-service BI concept, by allowing Excel to hold more than millions of rows of data in a compressed analytical format for high performance calculations within memory. It is now being used to create complex relationships and hierarchies to design your data model according to your business. For example, userscan create custom measures using DAX formulas directly in Excel as well as add custom aggregations as well as KPIs to the data model. There was always the ability to define KPIs in the server for global use, but we’ve added the ability to add user based KPIs in the reports as well.
  • How It Works in SharePoint 2013:We break the file into pieces and store that in SQLOn update we only touch the shredded blobs that correspond to the updated bitsNo more round tripping entire files to the WFE and back

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  • P R O V O K E S O L U T I O N S L I M I T E D A U C K L A N D M A N I L A S E A T T L E S I N G A P O R E W E L L I N G T O N T h e l a t e s t p r o d u c t s wo r d b e t t e r t o g e t h e r 01 Office, SharePoint, SQL and Exchange
  • P R O V O K E S O L U T I O N S L I M I T E D A U C K L A N D M A N I L A S E A T T L E S I N G A P O R E W E L L I N G T O N The latest Microsoft Product Stack
  • P R O V O K E S O L U T I O N S L I M I T E D A U C K L A N D M A N I L A S E A T T L E S I N G A P O R E W E L L I N G T O N Site mailboxes – Exchange 2013 and SharePoint 2013 • Site mailboxes can receive emails and have their own email address • Easy access from both Outlook and SharePoint (same view!) • Emails stored in Exchange • Documents stored in SharePoint • Unified compliance policy applies to both SharedStorage Management Site Mailbox Membership Owners Members Exchange Site Mailbox SharePointSite Provisioning Lifecycle Exchange 2013 SharePoint Farm IW Views Outlook SharePoint
  • P R O V O K E S O L U T I O N S L I M I T E D A U C K L A N D M A N I L A S E A T T L E S I N G A P O R E W E L L I N G T O N eDiscovery Architecture
  • P R O V O K E S O L U T I O N S L I M I T E D A U C K L A N D M A N I L A S E A T T L E S I N G A P O R E W E L L I N G T O N Work Management Service – Task Aggregation My Tasks
  • P R O V O K E S O L U T I O N S L I M I T E D A U C K L A N D M A N I L A S E A T T L E S I N G A P O R E W E L L I N G T O N Excel Services • Web-based interactive reporting and sharing – Power View is built-in • Powerful analytics with the built in PowerPivot – SQL Server 2012 required • A platform for building business applications • Key Features – FlashFill – Flexible Charts & Pivot Tables – Auto-Chart Suggestions – Chart Previews – TimeLine – DashBoards 6
  • P R O V O K E S O L U T I O N S L I M I T E D A U C K L A N D M A N I L A S E A T T L E S I N G A P O R E W E L L I N G T O N Web Part Web Service API Authenticated JSOM/REST/APIs Windows-auth based External Data Edit documents New documents Co-authoring View Un-Authenticated JSOM/REST User Defined Functions Connection string Unattended account External data* Embedding Excel Services vs. Office Web Apps Server Office Web Applications SharePoint 2013
  • P R O V O K E S O L U T I O N S L I M I T E D A U C K L A N D M A N I L A S E A T T L E S I N G A P O R E W E L L I N G T O N SkyDrive Pro • Provides quick and easy access to Document Libraries in the familiar Windows Explorer experience – Works for any SharePoint 2013 Document Libraries. • Makes your documents accessible online, offline or in-between and your changes are automatically synced – Syncs libraries across multiple devices • Fully integrated with Office Document Center: every file that gets uploaded through SkyDrive Pro is shredded • Replace SharePoint Workspaces • Personal Sites have a single document library that can be user for private document as well as documents shared with others • It is “the” document library of your personal site and a set of views that give access to content people want to be connected with.
  • P R O V O K E S O L U T I O N S L I M I T E D A U C K L A N D M A N I L A S E A T T L E S I N G A P O R E W E L L I N G T O N Shredded Storage
  • P R O V O K E S O L U T I O N S L I M I T E D A U C K L A N D M A N I L A S E A T T L E S I N G A P O R E W E L L I N G T O N Access Web Apps • Collaborative web applications on SharePoint & SQL Server – Access App is a SharePoint hosted SP App (own site) – Database is a single SQL Server database • Access is an abstraction layer over SQL Server – Simplified designers – Lowers barriers to entry • Provide capability for creating data tracking applications easily as business users – Developer-level experience not required – Most robust SP App designer for SharePoint 2013 • Entirely Run in the Browser – Forms are HTML & JavaScript – No server side rendering or processing 1. Choose table 2. Choose view 3. Search and filter 4. Edit items 5. Add and save items
  • P R O V O K E S O L U T I O N S L I M I T E D A U C K L A N D M A N I L A S E A T T L E S I N G A P O R E W E L L I N G T O N APPS for Office 2013
  • P R O V O K E S O L U T I O N S L I M I T E D A U C K L A N D M A N I L A S E A T T L E S I N G A P O R E W E L L I N G T O N Save to SharePoint • SharePoint Sites default file location • Remembers recent SharePoint sites • SkyDrive included • Saving to local computer last option • Add a place integrated with Office
  • P R O V O K E S O L U T I O N S L I M I T E D A U C K L A N D M A N I L A S E A T T L E S I N G A P O R E W E L L I N G T O N Feature comparison using SharePoint 2013 Feature Office 2010 Office 2013 Office 2013, Exchange 2013 Office 2013, Exchange 2013, SQL 2013 Email Integration Send email to SharePoint using Incoming email feature Send email to SharePoint using Incoming email feature Use site mailbox and drag and drop email in Outlook Use site mailbox and drag and drop email in Outlook Offline file sync Using SharePoint Workspace (deprecated). Document Libraries Sync in Outlook (deprecated) Can download SkyDrive Pro add-in Uses the Skydrive Pro feature and Sync site option Uses the Skydrive Pro feature and Sync site option Uses the Skydrive Pro feature and Sync site option Task Management Can have individual task lists sync with Outlook Can have individual task lists sync with Outlook Single view of all tasks in My Site Single view of all tasks in My Site Saving to SharePoint Need to connect sites to Office and browse explorer Links provided in File backstage to your SharePoint sites and SkyDrive Pro
  • P R O V O K E S O L U T I O N S L I M I T E D A U C K L A N D M A N I L A S E A T T L E S I N G A P O R E W E L L I N G T O N Feature comparison using SharePoint 2013 Feature Office 2010 Office 2013 Office 2013, Exchange 2013 Office 2013, Exchange 2013, SQL 2013 Forms Publishing Not supported Publishing from InfoPath Publishing from InfoPath Publishing from InfoPath Publish spreadsheets using Excel Services Not supported Publishing from Excel Publishing from Excel no PowerPivot or PowerViewer Publishing from Excel with PowerPivot and PowerViewer Drag and Drop upload Requires IE 10 Functions with IE 8+ Functions with IE 8+ Functions with IE 8+ Shredded Storage Between Office and SharePoint only Between Office and SharePoint only Between Office and SharePoint only Shredded in SQL server from client through SharePoint E-Discovery Limited to SharePoint Content Limited to SharePoint Content SharePoint Content, email designated mailboxes and Lync conversations SharePoint Content and email designated mailboxes Custom Integration Office Add-Ins or Visual Studio created documents APPS for Office stored in SharePoint APPS for Office stored in SharePoint APPS for Office stored in SharePoint Rapid Application Development (Access) Not Supported Web Databases content in SharePoint Web Databases content in SharePoint Web Databases content in dedicated SQL database
  • P R O V O K E S O L U T I O N S L I M I T E D A U C K L A N D M A N I L A S E A T T L E S I N G A P O R E W E L L I N G T O N Office 2010 and SharePoint 2013 deprecated features • Meeting Workspaces • Option available in 2010 but does not work • SharePoint Workspace • Replaced with downloadable SkyDrive Pro • Document Libraries Sync in Outlook • Replaced with downloadable SkyDrive Pro
  • P R O V O K E S O L U T I O N S L I M I T E D A U C K L A N D M A N I L A S E A T T L E S I N G A P O R E W E L L I N G T O N The End