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  • What is share point

    1. 1. WHAT IS SHAREPOINTMORE IMPORTANTLY, HOW WILL IT HELP MYBUSINESS?
    2. 2. SHAREPOINT IS A PLATFORMLearning SharePoint is similar to learning Office in thatOffice contains targeted tools such as • Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook etc.SharePoint is similar conceptually to office in that it contains targeted purpose built functions • To understand it, you will need to pick the options that are meaningful to you • SharePoint isn’t installed on desktops but rather on servers allowing users to connect to it • However SharePoint designer and workspace are installed on the desktop providing feature specific functions
    3. 3. SHAREPOINT AT A GLANCEUse office programs to interact with SharePoint e.g.word, excelSharePoint is generally categorized as: • Sites • Communities • Content • Search • Insights • Composites
    4. 4. SITES “SharePoint is a place to build sites”Use SharePoint to build your Public, Internal and Extranetsites • Don’t need to be a programmer • Don’t need special programs • Create sites based on templates for: • Your team • Your company • Public sites
    5. 5. COMMUNITIES “SharePoint is a place to work with people”SharePoint sites not only present information, they provideusers with the ability to publish content without the need ofa developerYou can work on Word documents at the same timeShared calendars, tasks, announcements, blogs, wikisCollaboration is the focus of communities
    6. 6. CONTENT “SharePoint is a place to put your content”SharePoint is the place where you will save your materialrather than folders • Documents, images, data, video, spreadsheetsInstead of emailing back and forth and loosing track ofversions e.g. v1, v2, v3 etc documents are centrally storedand centrally accessedContent can be audited having file plans for documentretention policies
    7. 7. SEARCH“SharePoint provides the ability to search and findsites, communities, content and people”SharePoint has a complex search engine to find contentincluding sites and documents and people based on criteriain the same querySearch performance indicatorsSearch higher relevance eqution, faceted
    8. 8. INSIGHTS“SharePoint helps you bring information together to betterunderstand it”Brings all the information together to organize and presentinformationSharePoint presents aggregate view of Spreadsheets, BIdata in a way that makes senseBuilding dashboard, scorecards and visio diagrams
    9. 9. COMPOSITES“SharePoint helps you to build and extend upon theprogram”Extendable and customizableSharePoint designer and visioHelps you create workflowsCan read and access your legacy data
    10. 10. SHAREPOINT BEST PRACTICE#1 out of box focusPilot projectRequirements gathering and prioritizationInformation ArchitectureSite structureSolution ArchitectureChange Management (communication/training)Governance (provisioning and helpdesk)

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