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SharePoint 2010 overview

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SharePoint 2010 overview

  1. 1. Overview
  2. 2. Meet changing Manage IT costs business needs and complexityDrive insight from complexity Integrate line-of-business systemsWork with customers and partners Provide scale agilityEmbrace Millennial work styles Enable innovationComply with regulations Protect intellectual property
  3. 3. Business Collaboration Platform
  4. 4. Rich User ExperienceAnywhere AccessSingle Platform
  5. 5. Informal Knowledge SocialConnectionsParticipation Anywhere
  6. 6. User-centricFlexibility and ComplianceManagement Efficiency
  7. 7. Local copy saved for offline access Synchronizing only Editing conflict updated sections resolved by merge (deltas) engine
  8. 8. Better Answers, Faster KnowledgeAmplification Enterprise Deployment
  9. 9. Data interactionDecision MakingOrganizational Effectiveness
  10. 10. SharePoint Insights
  11. 11. SharePoint Insights
  12. 12. User-Driven Solutions DataConnectivity SolutionDeployment
  13. 13. My Artists Artist Tracker > ArtistsContracts Artist Name Address City State Artist Artist Name: Mandible DeathrattleArtists 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
  14. 14. Scale with Governance Deployment FlexibilityIT Productivity
  15. 15. ••• − − − −•••••• − −• ©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.
  16. 16. Sentri applies an agile approach adapting the best features of SCRUM and Configuration to projects where earlysuccess must be demonstrated yet requirements may not be fully known. The approach is lightweight andmanages development work through frequent and small releases. It emphasizes working solution as theprimary measure of progress.The approach is founded on solid and proven software engineering best practices • Test driven development, continuous integration, re-factoring, standards-based implementation, build on object-oriented analysis and design and service oriented architectures. Customer Benefits How Does Sentri Agile Development Work? • Specifically designed to efficiently cope with • Small teams of highly skilled, multi-disciplined change. Avoids high cost of change management Consultants. and inflexible solutions in traditional approaches. • A series of iterations (in the order of weeks not Involves stakeholders in the evolution of the months) where each sprint is a mini Configuration solution. Cycle. • Customer satisfaction by rapid, continuous • Visible, usable increments to deployed solution. delivery of useful software. • Value is placed on real-time and ongoing • Focuses on producing prioritized, usable features. communication as opposed to heavy weight • Identifies and communicates problems early. documentation. • Quality of resulting solution is greater than with • Usage of modern lightweight development tools to traditional approaches. allow ‘quick’ change. • Regimented opportunities for change management to allow prioritization and focus on delivery.
  17. 17. Functionality Intranet Phase I II IIICollaborationReal-Time Presence and Communication √Social Networking Web Part √ √Standard Site Templates √ √Wikis √ √ √Blogs √ √People and Groups Lists √ √Calendars √ √Time Tracking √ √ √Real-time Links and Technical Support (e.g. √ √Live Link)Email Integration √ √ √SMS/MMS Integration √ √Task Coordination and Project Activity √ √Surveys √ √DOA and P&L Collaboration √ √Overview Dashboard √ √Issue Tracking √ √ √
  18. 18. Functionality Intranet Phase I II IIIPortalMy Site Personal Site √ √Content Syndication √Privacy & Security √ √Site Directory √ √User Profiles and the Profile Store √ √Audience Targeting √ √ √Site Manager √Mobile Device Support √ √Portal Site Templates √Portal Sites and Documents Roll-up Web Parts √ √ √Colleagues and Memberships Web Parts √ √Integration with MS OFFICE (Access, Excel, √ √ √PowerPoint, and Word)Integration with Outlook √ √ √Demonstration Links √Integration with Portal Designer Tools √ √
  19. 19. Functionality Intranet Phase I II IIISearchUser Interface √ √Search Results √ √Enterprise Content Sources √ √Relevance √ √Administration and Management √ √Indexing Controls √ √Security √ √ √People Search √ √Search & Replace √Business Data Search √ √
  20. 20. Week X Week X Week X Week X Week X Week X Project Implementation Implementation Implementation ProductionInitiation, Planning Release 1 Release 2 Release 3 Release Requirements Iteration1 Iteration 3 Iteration 6 Analysis Iteration 2 Iteration 4 Iteration 7 Iteration 5 Iteration 8 Requirements Prioritization Requirements Workshops Audience / Users Needs Analysis Initial iterations will be R2 iterations will be 3-3 R3 iterations will be 3-3 2-3 weeks in duration. ½ weeks in duration. ½ weeks in duration. SharePoint Architecture It is important to Fit / Gap analysis validate and get feedback early and set stage for adoption Non-functional success. Requirements Analysis Create Initial Update Initial Create near-production ready Create / Update Infrastructure Infrastructure Infrastructure Production Infrastructure • The project is organized in a series of releases focusing on delivering usable and prioritized functionality incrementally through short iterative cycles • Specific timeline and functionality will be created as part of project initiation and planning • Project plan (timeline and functionality) for each iteration as well as release cycle will be adjusted throughout, allowing user adoption and validation Week X Week X Week X QA QA QA Phase I Phase II Phase III
  21. 21. •Schedule a detailed requirement analysis session/s•Provide a high level understanding & a “Solutionapproach document (includes businessgoals/milestones, design, development, QA &deployment process)”•Provide a SOW based on our understanding,effort estimation with pricing.

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