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A presentation on Microsoft Sharepoint.
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1) common problems
2) Possible Solutions
3) What is SharePoint
4) Introduction
5) Sharepoint Logo and Interface
6) core functionality
7) Versions
8) Releases
9) Editions
10) SharePoint Products
11) System Requirements
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Microsoft SharePoint Microsoft SharePoint Presentation Transcript

  • Presented by: UMAR FAROOQ SANAM NISAR
  • COMMON PROBLEMS 1) People usually save all their files on local drives. When required they share these files so that someone else could access! Due to this the common problems that arise are: a) To create any report you have to dig through many files. b) No backup. c) Managing and locating the data is difficult. d) What if files are required out of office or out of network?
  • COMMON PROBLEMS 2) people still use papers for reports, applications, purchase orders, invoices. Due to this the common problems that arise are: a) To create any report you have to search through cabinets for papers. b) No backup. c) Moving the folders to other locations is difficult. d) Paper printing is expensive.
  • COMMON PROBLEMS 3) There is no central place to manage all your projects. Due to this the common problems that arise are: a) There is no co-ordination between two teams especially when they are at different locations. b) No backup of reports. c) You don’t get all the reports at a central location. d) Whenever you need information, you have to call the team and request for the required information instead of getting current status. It’s a waste of time and resources.
  • POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS 1) A central storage for all documents, reports, forms, etc. 2) Single database to backup. 3) Online forms are used instead of papers that are easy to fill and use. 4) A central location from where you can easily track progress and issues in projects.
  • WE HAVE A SINGLE SOLUTION FOR YOU Microsoft SharePoint
  • WHAT IS SHAREPOINT  SharePoint is a web-based intranet that can help improve your organization’s effectiveness by streamlining the management of your data, storage of data and access of data.  SharePoint provides you the functionalities of Document Management System, Communication Platform, intranet and extranet services, process and workflow platform and rapid development environment.
  • INTRODUCTION  Microsoft SharePoint is a Web application platform developed by Microsoft.  First launched in 2001.  By default, SharePoint has a Microsoft Office-like interface, and it is closely integrated with the Office suite.  The web tools are designed to be usable by non-technical users.
  • LOGO
  • SHAREPOINT 2013 LOGO
  • SHAREPOINT INTERFACE
  • SHAREPOINT INTERFACE
  • CORE FUNCTIONALITIES There are 5 Core functionalities that Microsoft SharePoint 2013 offers: 1) Share 2) Organize 3) Discover 4) Build 5) Manage
  • CORE FUNCTIONALITIES SHARE: 1) Put social to work: Share ideas, discover answers and keep track of other colleague’s work with new social features throughout SharePoint. 2) Share your stuff: Publish content to SharePoint from any Office application and share with people inside and outside your organization in a few simple clicks. 3) Take SharePoint on the go: Share documents, update your activity feed and keep in touch with your colleagues from your mobile phone or tablet.
  • SHARE
  • CORE FUNCTIONALITIES ORGANIZE: 1) Keep projects on track: Organize all your projects and tasks to get visibility into upcoming deliverables across SharePoint, Outlook and Microsoft Project. 2) Keep your team connected: Set up a new team site in minutes, track meeting notes and bring together all your team's email and documents in one place. 3) Store and sync your docs: Sync your content in SharePoint to your desktop with SkyDrive Pro, so docs are just a mouse click away, even if you're offline.
  • ORGANISE
  • CORE FUNCTIONALITIES DISCOVER: 1) Find experts you never knew existed: Connect with people across your organization and easily discover interests, past projects and documents they've worked on. 2) Discover insights and answers: Turn raw data into gorgeous interactive reports with Excel 2013 and publish to SharePoint to share insights with the people you work with. 3) Find what you're looking for: Customize and narrow your search to deliver more relevant results, and get recommendations on people and documents to follow.
  • DISCOVER
  • CORE FUNCTIONALITIES BUILD: 1) Build apps in the cloud: Build apps on common web technologies like JavaScript, HTML and oAuth with the new Cloud App Model for SharePoint. 2) Publish apps to the SharePoint store: Make your apps available to everyone to try and buy through the public Store or only available to your employees through the corporate catalog. 3) Build eye-catching sites: Use familiar design tools and flexible controls to create dynamic intranet and internet sites to share your organization's vision with everyone.
  • BUILD
  • CORE FUNCTIONALITIES MANAGE: 1) Manage costs: Reduce your infrastructure costs and extend the boundaries of sharing by running SharePoint in the cloud with Office 365. 2) Manage risk: New archiving, eDiscovery and case management capabilities extend across SharePoint, Exchange and Lync. 3) Manage your time: Spend more time delivering innovation and less time managing infrastructure with advances in SharePoint scale, performance and management capabilities.
  • MANAGE
  • VERSIONS The versions in chronological order: 1) Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server 2001 2) Microsoft SharePoint Team Services (2002) 3) Windows SharePoint Services 2.0 (free license) - Microsoft SharePoint 2003 (commercial release) 4) Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 (free license) - plus Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (commercial extension) 5) Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 (free) - plus Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 (commercial extension for Foundation), and SharePoint Enterprise 2010 (commercial extension for Server) 6) Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2013 - plus Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 (extension on top of Foundation)
  • RELEASES Microsoft SharePoint 2013 is released in two main types: 1) SharePoint Online: SharePoint Online is licensed on per-user basis. You can purchase SharePoint Online as a standalone plan or included as part of Office 365 plans. 2) SharePoint On-Premises: For On-Premises, intranet sites are licensed using a Server/CAL (Client Access License) model. SharePoint Server 2013 is required for each running instance of the software, and CALs are required for each person or device accessing a SharePoint Server. SharePoint On-Premises has further two types, i.e. Editions of Microsoft SharePoint.
  • EDITIONS Microsoft SharePoint 2013 On-Premises is released in two main types: 1) SharePoint Standard CAL: The Standard CAL delivers the core capabilities of SharePoint Sites: A Single Infrastructure for All Your Business Web Sites Communities: An Integrated Collaboration Platform Content: ECM for the Masses Search: Relevance, Refinement, and People; excluding Enterprise Search
  • EDITIONS 2) SharePoint Enterprise CAL: The Enterprise CAL delivers the full capabilities of SharePoint Sites: A Single Infrastructure for All Your Business Web Sites Communities: An Integrated Collaboration Platform Content: ECM for the Masses Search: Relevance, Refinement, and People; includes FAST Enterprise Search Business Solutions (includes Access Services and InfoPath Services) Business Intelligence for Everyone (includes Power View, PerformancePoint Services, Excel Services, and Visio Services)
  • SHAREPOINT PRODUCTS Following are the main products of Microsoft SharePoint: 1) Microsoft Search Server Express: Search products that can be implemented on SharePoint Foundation (and subsequent extensions) 2) Microsoft SharePoint Designer: A free, client-side customization and configuration tool for SharePoint. 3) Microsoft Office Web Apps: Web-based, online, cross-browser compatible versions of Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Onenote. These integrate directly into SharePoint's document management functionality.
  • SHAREPOINT PRODUCTS 4) Microsoft Project Server: An extension to SharePoint providing integration with Microsoft Project 5) Microsoft SharePoint Workspace: A client-side document management synchronization component included in Microsoft Office 2010 (Professional Plus edition and higher) 6) TFS: Team Foundation Server
  • SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS The following are the various requirements for deploying Microsoft SharePoint: SERVER HARDWARE: Processor 64-bit, four cores RAM •4 GB developer or evaluation use •At least 8 GB for production use in one server or multiple server farm Hard disk 80 GB for system drive, varies for production environment depending on application size
  • SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS SERVER SOFTWARE: •[edit] •Windows Server 2012 (64-bit) Standard, Enterprise, Data Center, or Web Server •Windows Server 2008 R2 (64-bit) Standard, Enterprise, Data Center, or Web Operating system Server •Windows 7 (64-bit) or Windows Vista (64-bit) (for test and development purposes only, requires package modification) Database server •Microsoft SQL Server 2012 (64-bit) With Service Pack 1 •Microsoft SQL Server 2008 (64-bit) R2 •Microsoft SQL Server 2008 (64-bit) with Service Pack 1 and Cumulative Update 2 (Reporting Services Integration requires Cumulative Update 8) •Microsoft SQL Server 2005 (64-bit) SP3 Versions of Microsoft SQL Server Express are also supported but only up 4gb for a Database
  • SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS SUPPORTED WEB BROWSERS: • INTERNET EXPLORER 7 OR LATER: 32-bit versions of this browser are fully supported; 64-bit versions have limited support. Internet explorer 9+ must run in compatibility mode. • FIREFOX (LATEST VERSION): Support • GOOGLE CHROME (LATEST VERSION): Support • SAFARI (LATEST VERSION): Support