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Sharepoint 2013 Overview


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  • SharePoint Portal Server 2007 (Intranet/Internet)Windows SharePoint Services 3.0Office SharePoint Server 2007 for Search Office Forms Server 2007 Office SharePoint Server 2007 Standard CAL Office SharePoint Server 2007 Enterprise CAL or for Internet SiteEnhancement CollaborationReal-Time Presence and CommunicationSocial Networking Web partStandard Site TemplatesWikisBlogsPeople and Groups ListsCalendarsEmail IntegrationTask CoordinationSurveyDocument CollaborationIssue TrackingPortalIntegration with SharePoint DesignerIntegration with OfficePortal Site TemplatesSharePoint Sites and Documents Roll-up Web PartsMobile Device SupportSite ManagerAudience TargetingUser Profiles and the Profile Store (Windows/Forms Authentication)RSSMy siteSearchUser Interface Search Results Enterprise Content SourcesRelevanceIndexing ControlsSecurityPeople SearchBusiness Data SearchEnterprise Content ManagementBusiness Document Workflow SupportDocument Management Site TemplatesIntegration with Microsoft Information Rights Management (IRM)Document Information PanelDocument Action BarRetention and Auditing PoliciesRecords RepositoryE-Mail Content as RecordsLegal HoldsHigh Fidelity Websites with Consistent BrandingNavigation ControlsContent AuthoringContent Publishing and DeploymentSite TemplatesPage LayoutsSite VariationsWYSIWYG Web Content EditorSlide LibrariesPolicies, Auditing and ComplianceBusiness Process and FormsInfoPathBrowser BasedBusiness IntelligenceExcel ServicesDashboardKPIManagementPlatformRoles:IT, UI, Developers, Business User
  • Office IntegrationRead/Write CapabilitiesEnterprise Management OperationsWeb AnalyticsRobust User ExperienceContextual Ribbon Microsoft SilverlightOffice Web ApplicationsTaggingNote BoardOrganization BrowserRatingsSearch
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    • 1. SharePoint 2013
    • 2. What is SharePoint Microsoft SharePoint is a Web application platform developed by Microsoft. The most common uses of SharePoint include: Intranet portal: A SharePoint intranet portal is a way to centralize access to enterprise information and applications on a corporate network. Enterprise content and document management: SharePoint is often used to store and track electronic documents or images of paper documents. Extranet sites: SharePoint can be used to provide password-protected, web- facing access to people outside an organization.
    • 3. What is SharePoint Internet sites: A SharePoint intranet portal is a way to centralize access to enterprise information and applications on a corporate network. Internet sites: Using the 'Publishing' features, SharePoint can be used to manage larger public websites. Configuration and customization: Web-based configuration SharePoint Designer Integration & Development Models
    • 4. SharePoint History Dashboard SharePoint 2001/2003 SharePoint 2007 SharePoint 2010 SharePoint 2013 Office 365 Cost
    • 5. SharePoint 2007
    • 6. SharePoint 2010
    • 7. Roles and Responsibilities SharePoint Architects SharePoint Developers SharePoint Web Designers SharePoint Administrators IT Administrators Content Contributors Business Users
    • 8. Architecture
    • 9. Architecture Platform level improvements and new capabilities: Shredded Storage SQL Improvements Cache Service Request Management Themes Sharing host-named site collections
    • 10. Service applications New service applications and improve existing ones. Office Web Apps is no longer a service application Web Analytics is no longer service application, it’s part of search
    • 11. Declar. App & Workflow Events CSOM _vti_bin_vti_bin _api _api Customizations in SharePoint
    • 12. Authentication Default Mode of Authentication Claim Based Authentication. SharePoint 2013 now supports OAuth, the open standard for authorization. – Allow Building Internet sites and extranets that rely on external identity providers such as LiveID or Facebook will become more common.
    • 13. Apps - The Cloud Application Model Farm Solution Sandbox App Model Rest/API – Hosting • Provider-Hosted App • Autohosted App Azure • SharePoint-Hosted App – Scope Web and tenant – Market Place • Pingar: automatically extract metadata from documents • RecordPoint: centralize record management configuration.
    • 14. Apps - The Cloud Application Model
    • 15. Social Computing
    • 16. Social Computing Microblogging – Rich microblog mention @ and # tag – Share content, links, and media – Follow people, sites, content, and conversations Activity Feeds – Provides a view into recent activity related to content, links, media, and people Full integration of social features with Windows Phone 7, and therefore Windows Phone 8 Yammer
    • 17. Social
    • 18. Social Communities – Community sites with self-service administration and moderation – Modern community features such as achievements and reputation Discussions – Modern discussion boards Blogs – Client application integration – Categories, comments, and moderation
    • 19. Enterprise Content Management The Discovery Center Site-level retention polices Enterprise Metadata Management
    • 20. Unified Discovery across Exchange, SharePoint and Lync Find it all in one place (unified console) Find more (in-place discovery returns the richest data) Find it without impacting the user (Give legal team discovery, leave IWs alone)Discovery Center in SharePoint Unified Preserve, Search and Export Exchange Web Services Connect to Exchange to get mailbox data Lync Archiving to Exchange Exchange is the compliance store for Lync Search Infrastructure Exchange and SharePoint use the same search platform
    • 21. Site-level retention polices
    • 22. Site-level retention polices Compliance levels extended to sites Policies include: – Retention policy for sites and Team Mailbox associated with site – Project closure and expiration policy
    • 23. Enterprise Metadata Management Metadata as enabler for different functionalities – Navigation, term and search driven pages, etc. Numerous new capabilities for term store manager to enhance term usage models
    • 25. Device based rendering Different channels defined in site level. Specific control to define mobile rendering areas in content.
    • 26. Design Manager and general rendering changes Empowering Web Designers Site design & branding using the technologies web developers already know & love (HTML, CSS, JS) – using their preferred design tools. Design manager for assisting uploading templates and modifying them on-fly for
    • 27. Enable Intelligent Experiences • Metadata navigation • Topic Pages • Clean URLs • Content by Search • Refinements • Recommendations (item-to-item, popularity) Events Analytics Engine Mined Recommendations Search Engine
    • 28. Catalog • Item Catalog • Easy Catalog import/sync
    • 29. Authoring.Conto Contoso “En- US” reers ères Variati ons Search Crawl “Fr-Fr” Contoso Transla tion Content Search Webpart animate Create WCM sites
    • 30. Content By Search Web Part Similar to Content by Query Web Part – but based on indexed content Show content cross site collections New presentation template model for easy content presentation fine tuning Easy editors as web part editors for defining planned query
    • 31. Cross-site publishing (XSP) and catalogs
    • 32. Managed navigation Drive your navigation and URLs based on Term Store hierarchies Clean URLs for actual end users – – Define settings for navigation in terms store manager Provides also dynamic topic pages capability for minimizing amount of physical pages for catalog type sites.
    • 33. Audio Cameras Computers Home appliances Phones TV and video TERM STORE NAVIGATION TAXONOMY Search Filter query by CATEGORY: COMPUTERS Friendly URL mputers Use page maincategory.a spx CONTENT SEARCH WEB PART Managed navigation, search and topic pages
    • 34. SEO improvements Features SharePoint 2010 SharePoint 2013 Clean URLs spx Home Page Redirects HTTP 302 for to redirect to /pages/default.aspx Home page served from address – no redirect for browser Country code top-level domains (ccTLDs) us/Pages/cars.aspx mx/Pages/coches.aspx XML Sitemaps None Automatically generated and referenced in robots.txt SEO Properties (e.g. Meta Description) <title> and <h1> must be identical Browser title Meta description Meta keywords Webmaster Tools integration None Assists with ownership verification
    • 35. Variations and multilingual enhancements
    • 36. Image renditions Image transformation dynamically in SharePoint Thumbnails are actual thumbnails – Images Consistency sized images – Resizing will resize actual image, not only it's presentation – Optimizes page payload Cropping for targeting areas of pictures
    • 37. Video improvements Enable easy enterprise podcast scenarios Video support improvements – Embedding to any content page – Thumbnail generation – Renditions also for videos – External video support to store – Multiple encodings for single video Video player as HTML 5 implementation – Fallback to Silverlight
    • 38. Usage analytics Built to scale from ground up Analytics changed to be search driven – Based also on usage counts, click through and item relationships Personalized search queries based on particular user and usage analytics data – “Recommended for you” Includes preconfigured Content By Search Web Part – “Top Pages”
    • 39. UX improvements Web server caching improvements Introduction of a minimal download strategy A new Theme engine Improved support for mobile devices Implementation of HTML5 and increased web browser support RTE Improvement
    • 40. Mobile Classic and Contemporary views for mobile browsers Automatic Mobile Browser Redirection Target different designs based on user agent string Office Mobile Web Apps Windows Mobile Apps Push notifications Microsoft Push Notification Service (MPNS) Location
    • 41. Business Connectivity Services Enhancements to external lists Support for SharePoint Apps and Office Apps An event listener, which makes it possible for SharePoint to receive events from external systems Support for Open Data (OData) BDC connection Representational State Transfer (REST) and SharePoint Client Object Model (CSOM) enhancements against both external lists and ECTs
    • 42. Search
    • 43. Uncover knowledge
    • 44. Search Results Block – Promoted Results were formerly known as Best Bets – Result Blocks Template Search Refinement – Entity Extraction made available as a metadata selection in the refiners. – Deep Refiners – Visual Refiners Search Navigation
    • 45. Search Query Suggestions Thumbnail Previews – Search popularity and view counts from the analytics component – A preview for office documents as long as we have Office Web Apps available* or some other rich preview such as an image or video – Additional actions i.e. Follow, Edit or View Continuous crawling option Language detection and entity extraction in iFilter Phonetic name variations for People Search
    • 46. Search Remote SharePoint Servers and Exchange Content Sources OOB Query Building Tool Keyword query language enhancements Entity extraction through Term Store (Managed Metadata) Export and Import Search Configuration options Customize “Did you mean …” feature using Query spelling correction
    • 47. Search Query Rules Engine. Search REST Service for remote execution of queries from client applications.
    • 48. Workflow
    • 49. Workflow Workflow now treated as a service in SharePoint 2013 SharePoint 2013 has improved CSOM & REST API’s for workflow SharePoint Workflow Improvements Designer Text/Visio switch Mode Workflow Powered for SharePoint Apps
    • 50. Business Intelligence Excel BI – Instant analysis through In Memory BI Engine – Power View Add-in Excel Services – Improved data exploration – Field List and Field Well Support – Calculated Measures and Members – Enhanced Timeline Controls
    • 51. Business Intelligence PerformancePoint Services – Filter enhancements and Filter search – Dashboard migration – Support for Analysis Services Effective User Visio Services – Refresh data from external sources – BCS and Azure SQL – Supports comments on Visio Drawings – Maximum Cache Size service parameter • Health Analyzer Rules to report on Maximum Cache Size