SharePoint Extending into the Cloud

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Slides used in an online discussion I had with Jeff Piper of SpringCM on SharePoint - the elephant in the boardroom, and how to leverage its strengths by augmenting it with cloud-based ECM

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  • Bernd:

    Thank you for the insight. I am familiar with Onion. If you make it to Boston look us up.
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  • Carl,

    those of your vistors who do NOT use SharePoint for WCM, but would like to leverage SharePoint collaboration functionality to edit contents for their public facing websites might want to look at our onion.net SharePoint integration http://onion.net/sharepoint. We've been demonstrating this solution at the Microsoft Business Stand on CeBIT 2010 (Europes largest IT show), and the vistors just loved it.

    Screencast for developers are available on youtube (no tone, slides with German comments) demonstrating use of SharePoint lists and list items with onion.net http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X6N68PBg7Ts&feature=PlayList&p=264369D6EC0C413E&index=10 and use of onion.net contents in SharePoint webparts http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DU3I5zn64cA&feature=PlayList&p=264369D6EC0C413E&index=9

    Hope this information is helpful, to get even more with less from SharePoint.

    Regards from Germany,
    Bernd
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SharePoint Extending into the Cloud

  1. 1. Major Findings  Market Penetration  User Satisfaction and Experience  Major Challenges/Putting it to Work
  2. 2. Poll Question
  3. 3. of 592responding organizations 67% were USING SHAREPOINT & another 14%Plan on it
  4. 4. 70%use SharePoint at Workgroup & Departmentallevel;38%Across Departments or Enterprise-wide Limited Functionality
  5. 5. CURRENTLY THE KILLER APPIS EMPLOYEE FACING WEBSITES WITH KM/COLLABORATION CLOSE BEHIND
  6. 6. HIGHLY Used  File Sharing Moderately Used  Search  Document Management  Collaboration  Security  Portal NOT Used  Process Automation  Records Management  BPM/Complex WF  WCM  Forms Processing  DAM
  7. 7. Slide Td TOP REASONS CUSTOMERS USE CLOUD TO ADD VALUE TO ON-PREMISE ECM #1 TIME TO DELIVERY #2 AVOID COMPLEXITY AND RISK #3 TOTAL COST OF OWNERSHIP
  8. 8. Poll Question
  9. 9. USER SATISFACTION REFLECTIVE OF USE GOOD/FAIR VS. VERY GOOD/ EXCELLENT
  10. 10. Poll Question
  11. 11. Little to No Surprises The majority reported time, effort, and costs were predominately in-line with expectations With 1 Exception …
  12. 12. 50% found development of custom solutions required MORE effort than expected
  13. 13. In fact, Support of More Complex Applications was cited by 59% as a major scaling issue … along with administration
  14. 14. EASY TO IMPLEMENT •  File Sharing MODERATE TO IMPLEMENT •  Search •  Document Management •  Collaboration •  Security •  Portal HARDER TO IMPLEMENT •  Standard Workflow •  Exception Workflow •  Metadata Extraction •  ERP Integration •  Metadata Classification •  OCR •  Forms Processing •  Electronic Signature •  Scan •  Fax
  15. 15. IMPLEMENT WITH THE CLOUD •  File Sharing •  Document Management •  Security •  Search •  Collaboration •  Portal •  No extra software •  No specialized skills •  No extra hardware •  Less integration •  No added web parts
  16. 16. #2 challenge to development cited by 37% was Integration with Existing Applications
  17. 17. Your Choice of What’s in SharePoint and Cloud Process Automation System of Record Portal
  18. 18. 128bit RSA Encryptions SAS 70 Service Level Monitoring 3rdparty security audits IP Ranges Cloud Makes Extending to Customers and Vendors Faster and Less Complex
  19. 19.   SharePoint is a Likely Component in Your ECM Strategy – but it Requires Strategy to Get More   Augment, Complement, Extend into the Business   Cloud Provides an Easier Way to Extend SharePoint into Business Process   Even More Value with Extranet
  20. 20. Contact us Carl Frappaolo CF@InformationArchitected.com 617-933-2584 Jeff Piper jpiper@Springcm.com 312-881-2036

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