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ESPC2013 - SharePoint under the spotlight european market report 2013


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SharePoint Under the Spotlight European Market Report 2013

SharePoint Under the Spotlight European Market Report 2013

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  • The preliminary results contained the responses of 428 respondents. The survey is still open. The final report will probably be online by the end of March.
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  • Interactwithaudience per slide!
  • Typical about IT, always more men than womenTalk about prominent female member in the SP Community:Mirjam van Olst (keynote)MVP’s as Laura Rogers and Jennifer Mason
  • Relative young community with majority of the members under 45.
  • Internationally North America is number oneEurope it’s the NetherlandsSwitzerland ends the top 10 with 3.5%
  • IT Communities are boundtobepopulatedbymostlyIT specialists. This can be seen in the results. The majority works for IT focused industries. This is changing with the arrival of more business/end users perspective conferences, blogs and articles.
  • The majorityworksforrelatively small organizationswith no more then 500 employees.
  • As seen in the previouschapter the majority of the members has a IT focussed SharePoint role.
  • SharePoint became a booming business since the release of SharePoint 2007. Thisreflects in theannualsalariesbetween 20 and 80 k a year.
  • We compared the salaris within Europe and the Northernand Western part paytheir SharePoint experts a higersalariescomparedtootherparts of Europe.
  • ASK AUDIENCEThe overwhelmingmajority of the members receivedan adequate training. This is a greatresultsitsalways important to focus at the peoplethatdon’tagree. Likemyself I never received a proper training and had toteachmyself. Organizationsshouldreally focus at the training aspect. You are supposedto support customers whoexpectyou have proper knowledge of the platform.
  • ASK AUDIENCEVerypositivetoseethat SharePoint 2010 is usedwithin 81.1% of the organizations in Europe. This is 2.5 yearsafter the release. The 14.6% SharePoint 2007 is worryingbecause mainstream support stopped per 10 september 2012. The percentage for 2013 is low but that’slogicalbecause the product onlyreceived RTM in November.
  • Microsoft fully committed to the cloud with Office 365 and SharePoint Online 2013. What is the current situation in Europe? The overwhelming majority is on premise with only 7.5% using Office 365. Is this going to change?
  • ASK AUDIENCEThere is a lot of work to be done for Microsoft to convince customers to move to the cloud. The majority sees no change. I think this is because of the late release of office 365 with SPO2010. This still had limitations for a lot of customers. SPO2013 is closing that gap and can be able to raise the percentages.
  • Positive sign is that within a year more then 50% of the organizations in Europe are going to upgrade. Although a quarter is undecided. Here lies an opportunity for Microsoft and its partners to show the power of SharePoint 2013.
  • Although costs is at number 2 its going to be important. SP2013 only supports database attach as upgrade method. You need to acquire extra hardware to install SP2013 and then attach the SP2010 databases.
  • SharePoint is and always has been very popular for Intranet Content Portal deployments. I have seen this for most of our customers. Microsoft aimes to change this with investments in WCM, Social and Search features.
  • Social network is high on the demand lists for future deployments. SP2013 is perfect for this with the new Social feature. We are going to see these in action soon! Public websites only received 40 votes. This can change when more companies start using SP2013 as Internet Facing Site or speakers show the power of WCM and convince companies to use SP2013 as Internet site.
  • Microsoft made major improvements in these three features. Let’s start by looking at Social.
  • Not one definition but a collection of termsOnline -> platform -> Web based -> profile -> connect -> background
  • Ondanks de enorme verbeteringen bleven wij achter met een aantal beperkingen:Microblogging: Newsfeed is erg statisch, geen reactie mogelijkheid. Geen @ en # opties.Navigatie: De My Siteis erg geïsoleerd van de overige sites, onduidelijk voor eindgebruikers wanneer ze andere My Sites bezoeken en terug te gaan naar de eigen My Site.Community: Geen mogelijkheid voor het bouwen van een interne community. Volgen: Omslachtig ommedewerkers, sites en content te volgen.
  • Wat is er nu verbeterd in SharePoint 2013?Microblogging features zoals like, reply, @ en #Navigatieverbetert en overzichtelijkerTakenuit Outlook, Project Server en SharePoint centraalweergegevenVolgen van personen en content en delenenormverbeterdSkyDrive Pro voordelen van documentenCommunity site template
  • Wat is er nu verbeterd in SharePoint 2013?Microblogging features zoals like, reply, @ en #Navigatieverbetert en overzichtelijkerTakenuit Outlook, Project Server en SharePoint centraalweergegevenVolgen van personen en content en delenenormverbeterdSkyDrive Pro voordelen van documentenCommunity site template
  • Show:Friendly URLTerm store navigationPortals and content search web part with blogs, employees and jobs
  • The overwhelming majority doesn’t think SharePoint is used to its full potential. We don’t know the exact reasons Ask audienceCould be management of expectations with usersNo proper governance or user adoption?IT PRO AND BUSINESS USERS DON’T AGREE
  • SharePoint can be extended with many 3rd party applications. The members are divided in the use of full potential of the apps
  • Also divided if they think future investments will be made. Here lies a task for those companies. Don’t just do sales talks but show users with real world examples how their tool can help you. Let employees blog more in the community. MENTION SHOOT OUT
  • Automated proces forexampleleaverequest and no needfor paper trailWORKFLOW, INTRANET, DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT
  • Difficult to measure if you did not set an amount at the start of SharePoint as a portal and measure it after a certain period. How do you measure this?
  • For example a sp site as public facing portal. Get more customers
  • The most Powerful statement that needs to justify the use of SharePoint Within the business
  • Transcript

    • 1. Preliminary ResultsSharePoint Under the Spotlight: European Market Report 2013 Jasper Oosterveld SharePoint Consultant for Wortell
    • 2. Agenda
    • 3. Introduction
    • 4. Objective
    • 5. About the survey“The objective of the survey was to establish a baseline for measuringtrends, attitudes and opinions of those working with SharePoint and to better understand the evolving use of the product.”
    • 6. Demographics
    • 7. Gender
    • 8. Age
    • 9. Location
    • 10. Industry
    • 11. Size of the organization
    • 12. Role, education and training
    • 13. SharePoint role
    • 14. Annual salary
    • 15. European annual salaries
    • 16. Training
    • 17. Infrastructure
    • 18. SharePoint version
    • 19. SharePoint deployment
    • 20. SharePoint deployment change
    • 21. Upgrade to SharePoint 2013
    • 22. Upgrade to SharePoint 2013 factors
    • 23. Usage
    • 24. SharePoint current use
    • 25. SharePoint future use
    • 26. SharePoint 2013
    • 27. What is Social?
    • 28. Why use social in the Enterprise?
    • 29. Social in SharePoint 2010
    • 30. Note board
    • 31. Organizational chart
    • 32. Tags and notes
    • 33. Activity feed
    • 34. But….
    • 35. Social in SharePoint 2013
    • 36. Demo
    • 37. Search in SharePoint 2013
    • 38. Demo
    • 39. WCM
    • 40. Full potential
    • 41. 3rd party applications full potential
    • 42. 3rd party applications future investments
    • 43. Business impact
    • 44. SharePoint increased productivity
    • 45. SharePoint cut costs
    • 46. SharePoint more competitive
    • 47. SharePoint positive strategic investment
    • 48. Call to action!
    • 49. Questions?