Share Point 2010 Product Overview BETA

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This is an introductory presentation about SharePoint 2010 aimed at customers. It provides a feature overview for customers, managers, end-users, developers, and IT professionals.

This is an introductory presentation about SharePoint 2010 aimed at customers. It provides a feature overview for customers, managers, end-users, developers, and IT professionals.

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  • 1. Product Overview Viral Tarpara Technical Evangelist Microsoft
  • 2. SharePoint & Office SharePoint 2010 & Office Beta 2007 SP2 SharePoint Online SharePoint & Office SharePoint & Office2010 2010 Tech Preview FAST Search 2010 SharePoint Online H2 H1 H2 H1 H2 H1 2007 2008 2008 2009 2009 2010 Additional products being launched: Project 2010 and Visio 2010 ~$1B annual R&D investment across Office, SharePoint and related products
  • 3. Meet changing Manage IT costs business needs and complexity Drive insight from complexity Integrate line-of-business systems Work with customers and partners Provide scale agility Embrace Millennial work styles Enable innovation Comply with regulations Protect intellectual property
  • 4. Business Collaboration Platform
  • 5. Rich User Experience Anywhere Access Single Platform
  • 6. SharePoint Sites
  • 7. SharePoint Sites
  • 8. SharePoint Sites 042 440 5280
  • 9. Informal Knowledge Social Connections Participation Anywhere
  • 10. User-centric Flexibility and Compliance Management Efficiency
  • 11. Local copy saved for offline access Synchronizing only Editing conflict updated sections resolved by merge (deltas) engine
  • 12. Better Answers, Faster Knowledge Amplification Enterprise Deployment
  • 13. Data interaction Decision Making Organizational Effectiveness
  • 14. SharePoint Insights
  • 15. SharePoint Insights
  • 16. User-Driven Solutions Data Connectivity Solution Deployment
  • 17. What can be deployed? • Web Parts • Event Receivers • Feature Activation Receivers • Workflow Actions • InfoPath Forms • Site and List Templates Restricted to Limited resources • Code CPU Time • SQL Execution Time • Number Exceptions Custom Code is Isolated • Separate Process/Server • Scale Out
  • 18. My Artists Artist Tracker > Artists Contracts Artist Name Address City State Artist Artist Name: Mandible Deathrattle Artists Concourse Jay Hamlin Trio Down on the Bayou Andrew Datars Quartet Agent: Concourse Stuck in the Mud Jay Hamlin Trio Tastes like chicken Down on the Bayou Mandible Concourse
  • 19. Scale with Governance Deployment Flexibility IT Productivity
  • 20. Optimize your deployment for every scenario
  • 21. Developer Productivity Development Platform Solution Hosting
  • 22. Extensibility for SharePoint artifacts Support for SharePoint Import solutions from Sandboxed Solutions SharePoint Designer, including Workflow
  • 23. Drive adoption of your solutions DOM 1.0 Unicode HTML, HTTP, HTTPS URI/URN MathML W3C XML Schema ODBC WCAG 2.0 ODF (IS26300) WebDAV Open XML (IS29500) WSDL OpenSearch WSRP OpenType XHTML PDF 1.7 XML PDF/A XML Web Services RTF XMLDsig RSS, ATOM XPATH SOAP XPS SVG XSLT REST UDDI
  • 24. Business Collaboration Platform
  • 25. ©2009 Microsoft, Microsoft Dynamics, the Office logo, and Your potential. Our passion. are trademarks of the Microsoft group of companies. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.