The dollars & cents of using share point 2013 for public websites
The $ & ¢:
SharePoint 2013 Public Websites
• Roberto Yglesias from Buildingi will be speaking at the SharePoint
Conference on the new Seattle Art Museum public-facing website built with
• See: http://www.sharepointconference.com/content/sessions/SPC205.
• In advance of SPC, we will be sharing additional information on SharePoint
2013 as a CMS. This deck has some soft financial considerations.
• SharePoint 2013 is a greatly improved CMS:
• SPsiteURL’s, device channels, image renditions, SEO, Translation
services, managed Nav, content by search and more.
• A good feature overview: “The Top 30 New Reasons to Use SharePoint
Server 2013 for Public-Facing Internet Sites”.
• If you own SharePoint server license, you have all you
need to build a public website.
• Major step forward from SharePoint 2010 which
required an additional SharePoint Server for Internet
Options to fit requirements and budget
• On premises
• With Office 365
• In Azure
Lower Maintenance / Less IT Overhead
• Empowers creative types to make changes themselves
More relevant content faster
• IT department no longer needs to be the gatekeeper
• Context switching between tools and platforms is
disruptive to productivity
• If you are interested in evaluating whether SharePoint 2013 is
appropriate for your website, please reach out:
• Contact Information: