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Speaker: Michael Noel;
At first glance, the most significant changes in Microsoft’s newest version of SharePoint appear to be visual ones, as Microsoft revamped the overall User Interface and updated it to be more easily usable on tablet based devices. Under the surface, however, Microsoft has also made some significant changes to the back-end infrastructure capabilities of the platform, improving tools and adding new capabilities. This session focuses on those back-end infrastructure and administrative changes that are inherent in SharePoint 2013, and concentrates on how IT Pros can prepare for the addition of SharePoint 2013 into their environments. Improvements such as a revamped User Profile Sync offering, integrated FAST Search capabilities, advanced authentication options, changes to Service Applications, and new data tier high availability and business intelligence options are discussed.