Nintex Conference Amsterdam 2014 - The evolution of a business collaboration platform

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SharePoint has been around since 2003 but gained a large interest and popularity by businesses all over the globe after the 2007 release. Starting out as mainly a document management and team site solution, after the 2010 release a lot has changed. SharePoint gained a stronger Search engine, improved Social features, Business Intelligence capabilities and was even extendable with Line of Business Systems. Unfortunately time didn't stand still and the technology sector underwent heavy changes with the rise of smart phones and tablets. Customers' expectations weren't always met with SharePoint 2007 and 2010. SharePoint was waiting for a necessary evolution. This resulted in SharePoint 2013. During this session, we take a look at the evolution of SharePoint with a focus at apps and mobile, Social and the Cloud.

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Nintex Conference Amsterdam 2014 - The evolution of a business collaboration platform

  1. 1. Presented by: The evolution of a business collaboration platform Jasper Oosterveld
  2. 2. Introduction
  3. 3. Introduction
  4. 4. Get in touch
  5. 5. Whoopee!
  6. 6. My goal? Happy people!
  7. 7. Avoid…
  8. 8. Questions? Please!
  9. 9. I apologize in advance
  10. 10. Focus of this session
  11. 11. The evolution of Social and SharePoint
  12. 12. Social in SharePoint 2007
  13. 13. Social explosion!
  14. 14. Professional profile
  15. 15. Company profiles
  16. 16. Company groups
  17. 17. Communicate with customers
  18. 18. What were companies looking for?
  19. 19. Did SharePoint 2010 deliver the goods?
  20. 20. Revamped My Site
  21. 21. Newsfeed
  22. 22. Interactive organizational chart
  23. 23. Noteboard
  24. 24. Tags and Notes
  25. 25. A lot of changes but was it enough?
  26. 26. The present of SharePoint and Social
  27. 27. Finally microblogging features
  28. 28. Follow colleagues
  29. 29. Integration with Search
  30. 30. Building an interactive community
  31. 31. Important moment in time “Today, we are pleased to announce that all closing conditions for Microsoft’s acquisition of Yammer have been met, and the deal is completed.”
  32. 32. Wait! What?
  33. 33. Now what?
  34. 34. SPC14 announcements “While we’re committed to another on-premises release of SharePoint Server—and we’ll maintain its social capabilities—we don’t plan on adding new social features.” by Jared Spataro, on March 3, 2014 “We shipped basic social features with SharePoint Server 2013, and over the last year and a half I’ve had many people ask me whether they should implement SharePoint social or Yammer. My guidance has been clear and consistent: Go Yammer! ”
  35. 35. No discussion about it….bye native SharePoint Social features!
  36. 36. Demo time!
  37. 37. Social offers new business opportunities
  38. 38. Taking a look at the future
  39. 39. Office Graph
  40. 40. Flipboard for Microsoft
  41. 41. Flipboard for Microsoft
  42. 42. Flipboard for Microsoft
  43. 43. Mobile & Apps
  44. 44. SharePoint 2007 mobile view
  45. 45. Apps and SharePoint Server 2007
  46. 46. Mobile revolution!
  47. 47. A piece of fruit changed everything
  48. 48. Didn’t stop with an Apple
  49. 49. What a minute! A tablet?
  50. 50. SharePoint 2010 Mobile view
  51. 51. 3rd party apps
  52. 52. Did SharePoint 2010 satisfy?
  53. 53. SharePoint 2013 to the rescue
  54. 54. Demo time!
  55. 55. Mobile and Apps offer new business opportunities
  56. 56. Taking a look at the future
  57. 57. Support for all platforms
  58. 58. SharePoint & the Cloud
  59. 59. SharePoint’s first baby steps in the Cloud
  60. 60. BPOS
  61. 61. Mind the gap!
  62. 62. Office 365 was a huge step forward
  63. 63. Goodbye BPOS! Hello Office 365 
  64. 64. Unfortunately still some gaps
  65. 65. SharePoint Online is finally grown up
  66. 66. Office 365 2.0
  67. 67. Cloud challenges
  68. 68. Taking a look at the future
  69. 69. Resources Yammer - Release schedule Yammer Plans & Pricing Yammer and Office 365 Office 365 Yammer support Yammer success center Yammer articles Install and manage apps for SharePoint 2013 Use the App Catalog to make custom business apps available for your SharePoint Online environment
  70. 70. Resources Plan for mobile views in SharePoint Server 2013 Mobile device browsers supported in SharePoint 2013 Configure a SharePoint site for mobile devices Office 365: Work anywhere, anytime on any device Top 5 benefits of mobile working
  71. 71. Thank you 
  72. 72. www.nintex.com

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