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SHAREPOINT - BUSINESS COLLABORATION TOOL FOR ENTERPRISE AND WEB.

SHAREPOINT - BUSINESS COLLABORATION TOOL FOR ENTERPRISE AND WEB.
MS SHAREPOINT IS A PLATFORM FOR MANY SOLUTIONS TO MANY DIFFERENT PROBLEMS

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SHAREPOINT - BUSINESS COLLABORATION TOOL FOR ENTERPRISE AND WEB SHAREPOINT - BUSINESS COLLABORATION TOOL FOR ENTERPRISE AND WEB Presentation Transcript

  • SharePoint- Business collaboration platform for the enterprise and web By : VAIBHAV
  • Introduction SharePoint isn’t a program it’s a Platform SharePoint is a web-based software platform It’s a massive set of solutions It’s a server product SharePoint has many different types of users
  •  SharePoint evolved from projects codenamed "Office Server” and “Tahoe” during the Office XP development cycle. History  “Office Server” evolved out of the Office Server Extensions and “Team Pages”. It targeted simple, bottom-up collaboration.  “Tahoe”, built on shared technology with Exchange and the “Digital Dashboard”, targeted top-down portals, search and document management…
  • Types Of Users
  • A platform from Microsoft that allows businesses to meet their diverse needs SharePoint in Business Solutions Business Application : Collaboration - Use SharePoint’s collaboration sites for activities, such as managing projects. Social networking - Use SharePoint as a social network for the Enterprise experience to help you track co-workers and locate people in expertise networks
  • SharePoint in Business Solutions Information portals and public websites - We can create useful selfservice internal portals and intranets, or we can create visually appealing websites that are actually easy for business users to maintain. Enterprise content management offers excellent document and recordmanagement capabilities, including extensive support for metadata and customized search experiences.
  • SharePoint in Business Solutions Business intelligence: An ideal platform for providing entry into organization’s business analysis assets. We can use insightful dashboards that allow users to get the big picture at a glance and then drill down to get more detail.
  • SharePoint Editions SharePoint is delivered by two editions of the product and one online cloud service SharePoint Foundation - delivers all the building-block functionality of SharePoint SharePoint Server - a standard license that grants you access to use search, portals, social networking, and some content management features SharePoint Online - is a cloud-based service offered by Microsoft same features as in others
  • Approach to SharePoint With the following model in mind : Product: A product with a lot of features, explore how SharePoint works without any customization when you’re deciding how to approach a solution, and then decide if you want to customize it for your specific needs.
  • Approach to SharePoint Platform: SharePoint provides everything you need to deliver a robust business solution. It provides the infrastructure required to deliver webbased solution Toolkit: Finally, SharePoint is a set of components and controls that you can mix and match to provide a solution
  • SharePoint Installation and System Requirements Windows Server 64-bit (no SharePoint for 32-bit) Install IIS Server SQL Server Enterprise or Express Edition .NET Framework SharePoint Foundation SharePoint Server
  • SharePoint Roles Using SharePoint is very different experience depending on our role, There are three key roles : Reader - They just read the content Contributor - They can read and change the content Owner – Decide contents and can do all the works [4]
  • To Select Template when creating a SharePoint site
  • Team Sites
  • Team Sites
  • Document Workspace
  • Limitations No-32 bit Configuration available High Configuration is needed Is Not Free SharePoint Foundation does not support Office Not available for non-server OS [2]