3 Things You Need to Know About Integrating SharePoint 2010 Into Your Enterprise Information Architecture

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Presentation from the JackBe and ThreeWill Presentation on November 17th, 2010. ...

Presentation from the JackBe and ThreeWill Presentation on November 17th, 2010.

Learn how to connect your SharePoint data from the: "outside-in": Mash external information with SharePoint list information, made available within a SharePoint environment; "inside-out": Mash SharePoint list information with publically available information, made available outside of a SharePoint environment; "inside-inside": Securely share SharePoint lists across SharePoint sites, to provide better insight across an organization.

Learn how to make SharePoint an integrated, productive part of your information architecture.

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  • From solution perspective, we have information sources and publishing targets .SharePoint is interesting from this perspective b/c it is lives on both sides…. “outside-in": Mash external information with SharePoint list information, made available within a SharePoint environment · "inside-out": Mash SharePoint list information with publically available information, made available outside of a SharePoint environment · "inside-inside": Securely share SharePoint lists across SharePoint sites, to provide better insight across an organization
  • . “outside-in": Mash external information with SharePoint list information, made available within a SharePoint environment · "inside-out": Mash SharePoint list information with publically available information, made available outside of a SharePoint environment · "inside-inside": Securely share SharePoint lists across SharePoint sites, to provide better insight across an organization
  • . “outside-in": Mash external information with SharePoint list information, made available within a SharePoint environment · "inside-out": Mash SharePoint list information with publically available information, made available outside of a SharePoint environment · "inside-inside": Securely share SharePoint lists across SharePoint sites, to provide better insight across an organization
  • . “outside-in": Mash external information with SharePoint list information, made available within a SharePoint environment · "inside-out": Mash SharePoint list information with publically available information, made available outside of a SharePoint environment · "inside-inside": Securely share SharePoint lists across SharePoint sites, to provide better insight across an organization
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  • 1. 3 Things You Need to Know…
    …About Integrating SharePoint 2010 Into Your Enterprise Information Architecture
    Danny Ryan, ThreeWill
    Dan Malks, JackBe
  • 2. How do you compare to your peers?
    2
  • 3. How do you compare to your peers?
    3
  • 4. Does your information management strategy include SharePoint?
    4
  • 5. Today’s Special Guests
    Danny ‘Bruce’ Ryan
    Dan ‘Chuck’ Malks
    5
  • 6. 6
    Agenda
    The ‘Connecting’ Problem
    How Did we Get Here?
    3 Kinds of Connections You Need to Manage
    Other Things You Might Want to Consider
    Solving the Problem
    Managing the 3 Kinds of Connections
    Getting Even More Out of SharePoint
    Demos
    Q&A
    6
  • 7. SharePoint Background
    7
  • 8. What issues do we see in enterprises?
    How can I pull together information in SharePoint to make better decisions?
    We’ll call this the “Inside-Inside” problem
    How can I make information in SharePoint available to other systems?
    We’ll call this the “Inside-Out” problem
    How can I pull together information from other systems into SharePoint?
    We’ll call this the “Outside-In” problem
    8
  • 9. A Quick Poll: Which of these are most important to you?
    Connecting SharePoint Lists to Other SharePoint Lists
    ‘Pulling’ External Information into SharePoint
    ‘Pushing’ SharePoint Lists into Other Systems
    All of the Above
    Mmmmm…None of These
    9
  • 10. Problem #1 : The Inside-Inside Problem
    How can I pull together information in SharePoint to make better decisions?
    Custom Lists are everywhere
    SharePoint sprawl is the norm
    Contain important Line of Business data
    Difficult to “join” lists
    Certain technologies help (Content Types, Search, Web Part Framework)
    10
  • 11. Does This Look Like a Productive Information System?
    11
  • 12. How Can We Connect These Together?
    12
  • 13. How Can We Connect These Together?
    13
  • 14. Problem #2 : The Inside-Out Problem
    How can I make information in SharePoint available to other systems?
    To make this happen, you need to become a SharePoint Web Services and Client Object Model Expert
    This is an exercise in coding and therefore not resilient to change
    SharePoint Developer skillset required along with skillset for system that is consuming the data
    Would like this to be more of a task led by a business analyst, not a developer
    14
  • 15. Problem #3 : The Outside-In Problem
    How can I pull together information from other systems into SharePoint?
    Sometimes you have integration (for example, Web Parts for Microsoft CRM)
    Repeat problems of #2 where this is an exercise in coding, but now in the other direction
    BDC / BCS provide the plumbing, but not the solution
    Couple of examples
    Now you are writing your own Web Parts
    Now you’re getting into the business of Single Sign On/Security
    15
  • 16. But wait! There’s a few more things to consider before we start discussing the solution….
    16
  • 17. The 3 Groups People You Need to Help
    Consumer – Who’s using this information
    Administrator – Provides governance and control of data
    Provider – Author and creator of the date
    17
  • 18. The 3 Types of Information You Need to Share
    Apps
    Mashups
    Lists/Documents
    18
  • 19. The 3 Qualities You Need to Have
    Fast
    19
    Accurate
    Secure
  • 20. 20
    That’s the problem. What’s the solution?
  • 21. How Does Mashup Sites for SharePoint Help?
    Mashup Sites for SharePoint is the easiest, fastest way for organizations to connect their SharePoint users (and their data) to each other and the rest of their enterprise. 
    21
  • 22. 3 Things You Need To Know
    22
  • 23. 3 Things You Need To Know
    Outside-In
    23
  • 24. 3 Things You Need To Know
    Outside-In
    Inside-Out
    24
  • 25. 3 Things You Need To Know
    Outside-In
    Inside-Out
    Inside-Inside
    Inside-Inside
    25
  • 26. An Example of Connecting SharePoint to Everything
    ...And Everythingto SharePoint
    26
  • 27. An Example of Connecting SharePoint to Everything
    ...And Everythingto SharePoint
    27
  • 28. An Example of Connecting SharePoint to Everything
    ...And Everythingto SharePoint
    28
  • 29. An Example of Connecting SharePoint to Everything
    ...And Everythingto SharePoint
    29
  • 30. An Example of Connecting SharePoint to Everything
    ...And Everythingto SharePoint
    30
  • 31. An Example of Connecting SharePoint to Everything
    ...And Everythingto SharePoint
    31
  • 32. An Example of Connecting SharePoint to Everything
    ...And Everythingto SharePoint
    32
  • 33. Connecting SharePoint to Everything
    “…huge amounts of data [are]available to organizations, but it's not always clear how to make practical use of it. Tools like JackBe can help turn all this data into something end users can work with minimal support from IT.” – ReadWriteWeb,November 2010
    33
  • 34. An Example of Connecting SharePoint to Everything
    ...And Everythingto SharePoint
    34
  • 35. Wanna see some of this in action?
    35
  • 36. “Outside-In” Example
    36
  • 37. Want to Learn More?
    www.jackbe.com/sharepoint
    dan.malks@jackbe.com
    www.threewill.com/jackbe
    dryan@threewill.com
    37
  • 38. Thank you for attending!
    Danny Ryan, dryan@threewill.com
    Dan Malks, dan.malks@jackbe.com