SharePoint 2010 Unveiled (Wellington)


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Described by Microsoft as the Business Collaboration Platform for Enterprise and the web, there are so many ways SharePoint 2010 can add value to your organisation. Launched officially on May 12, we take the covers off SharePoint 2010 and share its highlights with you.

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  • 17000 customers,100 million licenses
  • 18 months with Microsoft under NDATools and labs used by partners worldwide.Presentations and proof of concepts at SharePoint conferences worldwide.
  • Largest dedicated MS partner in New Zealand Only Elite partner in New Zealand Services Ready & Deployment Planning Services trained to deliver best practices alongside Microsoft Consulting Services. Parter of the year in 2009 for a SharePoint project
  • Long track record of projects Lots of 2010 projects underway with some going live this month.
  • Thanks to everyone who responded to the survey. Here are top 5 questions out of 19
  • Many aspects to adoption – right tools, information, governance. Part of it is about good user engagement. Social aspects new in 2010, designed to get users connected and sharing information. Staff create profiles, connect, and share updates Not about what had for lunch, about sharing knowledge and breaking silos Works well in separate officesNice features – skills management, activity stream, interactive org chart.
  • 2010 adds easy ways to provide content feedback and engage ueser. Ratings, notes and tags can all be added easily. Increases quality of content as feedback sent to authors.
  • Main ease-of use is ribbon Consistent experience across Office platform. Menu options within context of what you’re doing Others Easy to create new sites – just like office In place editing of information – no browser refreshes Cross browser support – Firefox & Safari 3.X
  • Completely re-written blogs and wikis.In-line with expected blog and wiki behavior from products like Wordpress and pbwiki.
  • Users come back if the information is valuable to their job.New BI capabilities allow rich dashboards by role.Integration with external systems, mapping and drill-down provide value.
  • Workflow key in governance and controlSPD workflows greatly enhanced – support nesting and a lot more actions without development.Visio services allows workflows to be visualised through the web.
  • Govern and control metadata. New taxonomy support allows hierarchical metadata. New keyword support allows control and also suggestion. New centralized metadata – share across different sites and server environments.
  • Custom built solutions deployed by the business without involving IT. IT cantrol sandboxes – CPU, RAM, Disk Space etc. Model used for SharePoint online services coming later this year.
  • New problem problem monitoring for IT staff. Help with identification and resolution. Much improved over reviewing log files.
  • Gain control through Records Management Re-built in 2010. Doesn’t require separate record center. In-Place records management, legal holds, creation of complex policies.
  • Perform actions on multiple documents at once.
  • Use metadata to filter documents in a library.Fill in metadata in Office.
  • Word, Excel, PowerPoint all work in the browser.Works across multiple browsers.Quickly preview and edit documents.
  • Document sets are new.Keep related documents together.Track metadata and versions together.Have a home page for the set describing what its about.Auto create predefined documents for new sets.
  • A big productivity boost – work with documents off-line and sync with SharePoint.Based on Groove technology part of Office 2003.Also work with lists.
  • Store and publish your company branding Thumbnail hover and preview plays in the asset library in the browserEmbed media player web partsDrag and drop extract of tag information when uploading to SharePointAssets now easier to treat as corporate records
  • InfoPath 2010 greatly enhanced to support richer business processes without code. Create validation and formatting rules quickly. Embed forms anywhere in SharePoint. Customize the default SharePoint forms for lists. Use InfoPath to manage data in other systems.
  • For more complex processes – bring in data from other systems. External data now treated like a list – updateable. InfoPath and Office can interact with data. Search can provide access to the information.
  • Can now publish Access Databases to SharePoint! Forms, reports, macros, queries all run out of SharePoint. No code. If running part of a business in Access, make web based for easy management. Use also for general reporting:report on SharePoint data – was a challenge in SharePoint control the reporting load – set SP to throttle down the load
  • integrate a business analyst when designing workflow. Start Visio , model process in visio, Import to SharePoint designer Publish to SharePoint Visualise in SharePointview Visio documents without having Visio or the Visio Viewer refresh connections to various data sources and to update affected data graphics and text fields. database (SQL), SharePoint lists
  • Biggest advancent in finding – search.Auto complete.Related search and people.Get results from other engines.ThumbnailsRefine search with metadata.The biggest advancement in finding information in SharePoint 2010 is Search.
  • Finding people is easier.Expertise & profiles.Access to recent content & org unitsMetadata refinement
  • Connect Windows 7 to SharePointSearch and preview documents and web pages.
  • Create next generation of search application.Create 360 view of customer.Bring data in from other systems, provide BI.
  • The next level of search is something called Search Drive Applications. These address specific business needs such as having a 360 degree view of a customer by brining together information from a number of sources, or providing research portals for things like competitive intelligence. The end user searches on a term (like a customer name) and gets back everything relevant to that customer in one view. This approach can potentially be cheaper than developing data warehouses.
  • SharePoint 2010 Unveiled (Wellington)

    1. 1. SharePoint 2010 Unveiled<br />Darryl Burling, Microsoft<br />Philip Plimmer, IntergenRob Stewart, Intergen<br />12 May 2010<br />
    2. 2. Darryl Burling<br />Product Manager<br />
    3. 3. A Brief History<br />2010<br />SharePoint Server 2010<br />2006<br />SharePoint Foundation<br />Office SharePoint Server 2007<br />2003<br />Windows SharePoint Services “v3”<br />Content Management Server 2002<br />SharePoint Portal Server 2003<br />Windows SharePoint Services “v2”<br />2001<br />SharePoint Portal Server 2001<br />SharePoint Team Services “v1”<br />
    4. 4. SharePoint 2007 (MOSS) Recap<br />Platform<br />ServicesWorkspaces, Mgmt,<br />Security, Storage,<br />Topology, Site Model<br />Docs/tasks/calendars, blogs, wikis, e-mail integration, project management “lite”, Outlook integration, offline docs/lists<br />Rich Business Intelligence capabilities including Scorecard & Dashboards<br />Server Based Excel Spreadsheets, BI Web Parts<br />Business<br />Intelligence<br />Collaboration<br />Enterprise Portal template, Site Directory, My Sites, social networking, privacy control<br />Rich and Web forms based front-ends, LOB actions, enterprise SSO<br />BusinessForms<br />Portal<br />Enterprise<br />Content<br />Management<br />Search<br />Integrated document management, records management, and Web content management with policies and workflow<br />Enterprise scalability,<br />contextual relevance, rich <br />people and business data search<br />
    5. 5. SharePoint Growth!!<br />
    6. 6. Microsoft SharePoint 2010The Business Collaboration Platform for the Enterprise and the Web<br />Sites<br />Connect and Empower People<br />Communities<br />Composites<br />Cut Costs with a Unified Infrastructure<br />Content<br />Insights<br />Rapidly Respond to Business Needs<br />Search<br />
    7. 7. Intergen & SharePoint<br />
    10. 10. SAMPLE SHAREPOINT CUSTOMERS<br />SharePOINT 2010<br />SharePoint 2007<br /><ul><li>Christchurch City Council
    11. 11. Silver Fern Farms
    12. 12. Christchurch Airport
    13. 13. Auckland Airport
    14. 14. Ravensdown
    15. 15. PGG Wrightson
    16. 16. ERMA
    17. 17. Ministry of Civil Defence
    18. 18. Les Mills International
    19. 19. Solid Energy
    20. 20. Lyttelton Port Company
    21. 21. New Zealand Navy
    22. 22. New Zealand Trade and Enterprise
    23. 23. New Zealand Automobile Association
    24. 24. Tertiary Education Commission
    25. 25. Plant and Food Research
    26. 26. Westland Milk
    27. 27. Spectrum Care
    28. 28. Southern Cross
    29. 29. Air Force
    30. 30. New Zealand Police
    31. 31. New Zealand Defence Force
    32. 32. Ministry Economic Development
    33. 33. Nalco Aluminium
    34. 34. Frucor
    35. 35. Farmers</li></li></ul><li>TOP 5 SURVEY QUESTIONS<br />
    36. 36. How will SharePoint 2010 increase adoption of my intranet?<br />
    37. 37. ADOPTION: ENGAGE WITH SHAREPOINT SOCIAL<br />Org Chart<br />Activity Stream<br />
    38. 38. ADOPTION: ENGAGE WITH FEEDBACK<br />Tag Cloud<br />Ratings & Taging<br />
    39. 39. ADOPTION: MAKE IT EASY<br />Browser Support<br />Simple Creation<br />In-Place Editing<br />The Ribbon!<br />
    40. 40. ADOPTION: PROVIDE WEB 2.0 FEATURES<br />In-Line Video<br />In-Line Video<br />Categories, Archives, Feedback…<br />
    41. 41. ADOPTION: PROVIDE VALUABLE INFORMATION<br />Drill-Down<br />External Systems<br />Scorecards & Drilll-Down<br />Rich Visuals<br />Role-Based Dashboards<br />
    42. 42. How will SharePoint 2010 improve my ability to govern and maintain control?<br />
    43. 43. GOVERN & CONTROL: MANAGE WITH WORKFLOWS<br />Complex Workflows<br />RichVisualizations<br />
    44. 44. GOVERN & CONTROL: USE SMART METADATA<br />Controlled Keywords<br />Centralized<br />Taxonomy Support<br />
    45. 45. GOVERN & CONTROL: USE SANDBOXES<br />Solution Gallery<br />Quota Control<br />Sandbox Webparts<br />
    46. 46. GOVERN & CONTROL: MONITOR HEALTH<br />Problem Identification<br />Guidance<br />
    47. 47. GOVERN & CONTROL: DO RECORDS MANAGEMENT<br />Complex Policies<br />In-Place Records & Legal Holds<br />
    48. 48. How will the base Document Management capabilities in SharePoint 2010 impact productivity? <br />
    49. 49. DOCUMENT PRODUCTIVITY: MULTIPLE ACTIONS<br />Delete / Update Selected<br />
    50. 50. DOCUMENT PRODUCTIVITY: LEVERAGE METADATA<br />Word discovers my metadata<br />Metadata Filtering<br />Metadata In Office<br />
    51. 51. DOCUMENT PRODUCTIVITY: USE OFFICE WEB<br />Quickly Preview<br />Quickly Edit<br />
    52. 52. DOCUMENT PRODUCTIVITY: KEEP THINGS IN SETS<br />Auto-Create Documents<br />Home Page for Set<br />Track Metadata & Version Set<br />
    53. 53. DOCUMENT PRODUCTIVITY: WORK OFFLINE<br />Work with Documents & Lists<br />Sync when on-line<br />
    54. 54. DOCUMENT PRODUCTIVITY: MANAGE DIGITAL ASSETS<br />Rich Media Management<br />Streaming Video<br />
    55. 55. How does SharePoint 2010 make it easier to manage my business processes?<br />
    56. 56. MANAGE PROCESSES: USE INFOPATH 2010<br />Rich Experience<br />Embed Anywhere<br />Quick Rules<br />
    57. 57. My Artists<br />MANAGE PROCESSES: INTEGRATE EXTERNAL SYSTEM DATA<br />Artist Tracker > Artists<br />Artist<br />Contracts<br /> Artist Name<br /> Address<br /> City<br /> State<br />Artist Name:<br />Mandible<br />InfoPath Forms<br />Deathrattle<br /> Artists<br />Concourse<br />SharePoint lists<br />Jay Hamlin Trio<br />Outlook Forms & Panes<br />Down on the Bayou<br />Andrew Datars Quartet<br />Agent:<br />Concourse<br />Stuck in the Mud<br />Jay Hamlin Trio<br />Tastes like chicken<br />Down on the Bayou<br /> Mandible<br />Concourse<br />Office Apps<br />Search Results<br />Pre-Beta screenshots, subject to change<br />
    58. 58. MANAGE PROCESSES: USE ACCESS SERVICES<br />Publish To SharePoint<br />Access data, forms, reports, macros…<br />
    60. 60. How does SharePoint 2010 make it easier to find information?<br />
    61. 61. FIND INFORMATION: USE SEARCH<br />Auto-Complete<br />Related Searches & People<br />Other Engines<br />Thumb-nails<br />Refinement<br />
    62. 62. FIND INFORMATION: USE PEOPLE SEARCH<br />Expertise & Profile<br />Refinement<br />Org Lookup<br />Recent content<br />
    63. 63. FIND INFORMATION: CONNECT WINDOWS TO SHAREPOINT<br />Search Documents<br />Search The Web<br />
    64. 64. FIND INFORMATION: CREATE A SEARCH DRIVEN APPLICATION!<br />Info From External Systems<br />Integrate Analytics & BI<br />
    65. 65. That was just the top 5…<br />
    66. 66. What are my upgrade options from SharePoint 2007 to SharePoint 2010?<br />What SharePoint licence is appropriate for me?<br />What is SharePoint Online and should I wait for it later this year?<br />How will SharePoint 2010 improve my ability to govern the solution and maintain control?<br />I have different web browsers in my organization, will they be able to use SharePoint 2010?<br />How does SharePoint 2010 increase adoption of my intranet?<br />Does SharePoint 2010 make it easier to keep my roaming workforce connected?<br />I have a lot of Access databases on my network, will SharePoint 2010 help manage them centrally?<br />How can SharePoint 2010 improve my website?<br />How does SharePoint 2010 make it easier to manage my business processes?<br />How can SharePoint 2010 make it easier to maintain my Line of Business applications?<br />Does creating complex forms in InfoPath still require development?<br />How will using the base Document Management capabilities in SharePoint impact on productivity?<br />How does SharePoint 2010 help with Public Records Act compliance?<br />How can I connect my Fuji Xerox device to SharePoint 2010?<br />Why would I purchase Project Server 2010 rather than just using Project Professional 2010 and SharePoint?<br />How does SharePoint 2010 make it easier to find information?<br />Why would I choose FAST Search over the standard SharePoint Search?<br />Why would I use Performance Point for business intelligence?<br />
    67. 67. Talk to me for answers to the rest!<br />
    68. 68. Thank YouTalk to us for more information<br /><br /><br />