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    • Bill Cook Pragmatic Works bcook@pragmaticworks.com 1
    • Session Objective(s)  ◦ A review of what SharePoint offers a 10,000 foot level ◦ Where to begin.. Prerequisites  ◦ Desire to learn new technology and solutions Some Ground Rules  ◦ Due to the length of the webinar, we will have limited time for questions, but any additional questions can be submitted via email at bcook@pragmaticworks.com. 2
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    • SharePoint Data Warehouses Content and Knowledge Managemen t Enterprise Group and Portals Personal Databases Spreadsheets Intranet 4
    • Empowerment Governance Employee Site & Information Self-Service Architecture Policy & Rights Role Delegation Management Intuitive Web Records + Office UI Management Pervasive Auditing Collaboration 5
    • Applications Collaboration Portal Search Content Mgmt Biz Processes BI Discussions MySites Indexing Authoring Rich/Web Forms Excel Services Calendars Targeting Relevance Approval LOB Actions Dashboards E-Mail Integration People Finding Metadata Web Publishing Single Sign-On KPIs Alerts Social Networking Customizable UX Policy & Auditing BizTalk Integration Report Center Project Mgmt “Lite” Privacy Rights Mgmt SQL RS/AS Integ. Offline Lists/Docs Profiles Retention Biz Data in Lists Site Directory Multi-Lingual Biz Data Catalog Staging Platform Services Storage Security Management Topology Site Model APIs Repository Rights/Roles Admin UX Config Mgmt Rendering Fields/Forms Metadata Pluggable Delegation Farm Services Templates OM and SOAP Versioning AuthN Provisioning Feature Policy Navigation Events Backup Per Item Monitoring Extranet Visual Deployment Rights Blueprint Trimming Operating System Services ASP.NET (Web Parts, Personalization, Master Pages, Provider Framework (Navigation, Security, etc.) Database Services Workflow Services Search Services 6
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    • SharePoint Tiering  8
    • Collaboration Platform Docs/tasks/calendars, blog Services s, wikis, e-mail Workspaces, Mgmt, Security, Storage, integration, project Topology, Site Model management “lite”, Outlook integration, offline docs/lists 9
    • Docs/tasks/calendars, blog Server-based Excel s, wikis, e-mail spreadsheets and data integration, project visualization, Report management “lite”, Outlook Center, BI Web integration, Parts, KPIs/Dashboards offline docs/lists Business Collaboration Intelligence Enterprise Portal template, Site Rich and Web Platform Directory, My forms based Services Business Sites, social front-ends, LOB Workspaces, Mgmt, Portal Forms networking, priv actions, enterpri Security, Storage, acy control se SSO Topology, Site Model Content Search Management Integrated document Enterprise scalability, management, records contextual management, and Web relevance, rich content management people and business with policies and data search 10 workflow
    • Core improvements  ◦ Tracking and project management ◦ Document library improvements ◦ Navigation improvements Anywhere access  ◦ Outlook and Groove integration, Access List Integration ◦ Keeping informed with alerts and RSS ◦ Mobility Community and communication  Wikis & blogs ◦ Email and discussions, Public Folder Replacement ◦ People and groups, directory integration ◦ Integration with Office Communication Server ◦ Fantastic “40” Application Templates!  12
    • Simplified open/check-out experience  Check-out documents locally  Outlook can act as a smart client to site content  ◦ Read/Write access to SharePoint datatypes  Calendar, tasks, contacts, discussions, and documents ◦ Synchronization for offline support ◦ Users can edit documents when offline. ◦ Aggregate views of calendars and tasks across sites Improved calendar  ◦ SharePoint’s calendar module with richer calendar views, recurrence support, all-day events, and more 13
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    • Portal Site  ◦ Integration with Windows SharePoint Services ◦ Intranet Portal Template – Topics, Site Directory People and Expertise Search  ◦ People specific search “tab” ◦ Social network support Targeting and personalization  ◦ Easier targeting – Distribution lists and Security Groups Profile store improvements  ◦ Scalability, flexible schema, LDAP synchronization 15
    • My Site  ◦ Improved Public Page, Personal homepage ◦ Privacy control ◦ RESOURCE: Role-based My Sites – 7 free samples! Administrative Assistant  Controller-Financial Analyst  Customer Service Mgr  HR Manager  IT Manager  Marketing Manager  Sales Account Manager  16
    • People Other Custom My Site Search Sites Solutions User Profile Object Model Windows Sync SharePoint User Profiles Store Membership info Services Sites Import Active LDAP Business Data Directory Server Catalog 17
    • Team Site  ◦ Most commonly used template ◦ Facilitates collaboration within teams Blank Site  ◦ Exactly that. It is a blank slate to build on Document Workspace  ◦ Allows teams to collaborate on a single document ◦ Contains a document library, task list, and links Wiki Site  ◦ Collaboration site to discuss concepts and ideas Blog  ◦ Post ideas and receive feedback regarding the topic 19
    • Basic Meeting Workspace  ◦ Contains the most commonly used tools for meeting organization ◦ Contains attendees list, objectives, a document library, and agenda Blank Meeting Site  ◦ Components same as other sites, but made for customization Decision Meeting Place  ◦ Used when meetings are held to come to a conclusion ◦ Record and manage those decisions ◦ Includes decision task list, Tasks task list, and an Objectives List Social Meeting Workspace  ◦ Used to manage meetings concerning social events Multipage Meeting Workspace  ◦ Contains pages to manage information and decisions ◦ This site has two additional pages versus the other sites 20
    • Document Center  ◦ Designed to manage large volume of documents ◦ Includes required checkout and versioning enabled Records Center  ◦ Manages the retention of documents ◦ Can be controlled based on a status value ◦ Can be routed and rerouted by using workflows Personalization  ◦ Create targeted experience for users ◦ Contains specialized web parts for filtering lists and libraries to display relevant information to them. ◦ Integrated into My Site Site Directory  ◦ Index for sites contained within your site collection 21
    • Report Center  ◦ Leverages key performance indicators and dashboards ◦ Allows for creation of reports and other analytics. (Excel Services) ◦ Only available in the Enterprise License Search Center  ◦ Includes search page and results page Search Center with tabs  ◦ Similar to Search Center ◦ Also Display scopes in tab format 22
    • Publishing  ◦ Used for informational purposes when needing to control content ◦ Contains a page library with content types that allows the users to make changes to the site ◦ Changes need to be published Publishing with workflow  ◦ Required approval via workflow before they are published and visible News  ◦ Used for sharing articles ◦ Central location for news to be shared and stored 23
    • Communications  ◦ Announcements ◦ Contacts ◦ Discussion Boards Tracking  Links ◦ Calendar ◦ Tasks ◦ Project Tasks ◦ Issue Tracking ◦ Agenda ◦ Survey ◦ 24
    • Custom Lists  Decision ◦ Objectives ◦ Text Box ◦ Things to Bring ◦ Custom List (Blank) ◦ Customer List in Datasheet View ◦ Import Spreadsheet ◦ Language and Translators (MOSS Standard) ◦ Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) - (MOSS Enterprise) ◦ 25
    • Document Library Templates  Document Library ◦ Form Library ◦ Picture Library ◦ Wiki Page Library ◦ Translation Management Library ◦ Report Library ◦ Data Connection Library ◦ Slide Library ◦ 26
    • Demo  27
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    • Document Management  Workflow  Policies & Compliance  Records Management  Web Content Management  29
    • Document management  ◦ Scalable document libraries and repositories ◦ Security and tracking Workflow and approval  ◦ Out of box multi-stage serial and parallel document workflows, document digital signature ◦ Integrated with email and 2007 Office system desktop applications ◦ SharePoint Designer authoring and VS 2008 Development ◦ InfoPath forms for workflow association, initialization, tasks 30
    • Records Management  ◦ Policy and Auditing  Content Types  Information Management Policies  Rights Management Services integration ◦ Records Repository Records Vault behavior  Record routing  Litigation holds interface  Record collection interface  Extensibility  Information Management Policy mapping  ◦ Search & Process 31
    • Web content management  Designed for Internet and published sites incl. Extranet ◦ New Web and Word authoring capabilities ◦ New content deployment and publishing tools ◦ Workflows built-in for approval and routing ◦ Support for multilingual content ◦ 32
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    • Reach more users with better forms  ◦ Browser enabled InfoPath forms ◦ Offline data connections, New controls, Better printing ◦ Intranet, Extranet, Internet Automate form-driven business processes  ◦ Forms in Outlook, including Property Promotion ◦ Workflow, Archiving, Information Rights Management ◦ Integration with Workflow Tasks Rapidly develop and deploy form solutions  in the enterprise ◦ Common development platform (OM, data connectivity) ◦ ActiveX, Windows Form and ASPX control ◦ Importer/Exporter Framework 34
    • Demo  35
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    • Features and applications Business User Custom SharePoint Search Data Profile Solutions Lists WebParts Importer Business Data Catalog Metadata Database Web Service ADO.Net Proxy Web Data Database Service Source 37
    • DELIVERY SharePoint Server Reports Dashboards Excel Analytic Workbooks Views Scorecards Plans END USER TOOLS & PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT APPS Excel PerformancePoint Server BI PLATFORM SQL Server SQL Server Reporting Services Analysis Services SQL Server DBMS SQL Server Integration Services 38
    • Excel Services  ◦ Share spreadsheets via zero-footprint browser experience ◦ Live, interactive Excel 2007 spreadsheets in SharePoint sites ◦ Only publish what you want, control versions ◦ Use Excel models in custom applications programmatically ◦ Data Connection Libraries to simplify deployment for both Excel Services and InfoPath Form Services Dashboards & Web components  ◦ Common filtering (“slicing”) across web parts ◦ KPIs, Excel workbooks, and SQL 2005 Reporting Services reports Report Center Websites  ◦ Out of the box website optimized for report access and management ◦ Consistent management of reports, spreadsheets, and data connection ◦ Integrated with SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services Data Connection Libraries & Business Data Catalog  ◦ Centralize storage of important data connections 40
    • Dundas Controls For SharePoint 41
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    • Review Business Needs  Carve out about 4 to 5 requirements to begin  What does your current Portal look like? ◦ Where is the best ROI? ◦ What departments can benefit? ◦ What current processes can be easily migrated ◦ Build on those  45