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100 CAN DO’s of SharePoint

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SharePoint is a web application framework and platform developed by Microsoft. First launched in 2001,SharePoint integrates intranet, content management and document management, but recent versions have broader capabilities.

SharePoint comprises a multipurpose set of Web technologies backed by a common technical infrastructure. By default, SharePoint has a Microsoft Office-like interface, and it is closely integrated with the Office suite. The web tools are intended for non-technical users. SharePoint can provide intranet portals, document & file management, collaboration, social networks, extranets, websites, enterprise search, and business intelligence. It also has system integration, process integration, and workflow automation capabilities.

Enterprise application software (e.g. ERP or CRM packages) often provide some SharePoint integration capability, and SharePoint also incorporates a complete development stack based on web technologies and standards-based APIs. As an application platform, SharePoint provides central management, governance, and security controls for implementation of these requirements. The SharePoint platform integrates directly into IIS - enabling bulk management, scaling, and provisioning of servers, as is often required by large organizations or cloud hosting providers.

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100 CAN DO’s of SharePoint

  1. 1. CAN DO’s of Microsoft SharePoint
  2. 2. Vision of a SharePoint Implementation Decision maker
  3. 3. Vision of a SharePoint Implementation Decision maker “We wanted one work-force platform to pull our global company closer together, enable complex collaboration, automate business processes, provide BI, and facilitate innovation,” Nancy Blankenship, Vice President of IT at First Data.
  4. 4. Organizations uses SharePoint to create websites
  5. 5. Value Proposition to organization Organize, Discover, Build & Manage
  6. 6. SharePoint Benefits Manage Cost Manage Risk Manage Time
  7. 7. CAN DO’s of Microsoft SharePoint
  8. 8. Automation of the workflow process
  9. 9. Can get your employees on board to discuss their views & valuable feedbacks
  10. 10. Develop your corporate website
  11. 11. Social collaboration through internal site like uploading personal information, news headlines and insights
  12. 12. Setting up the internal communication unit to filter the right information
  13. 13. No need to send large attachments to congest emails as these can be easily downloaded from the site
  14. 14. Different Departments can be engaged in to make sure that the solution is answered to all queries
  15. 15. Custom applications can be created catering specific needs
  16. 16. Departments can have libraries where docs are stored and people can access those information as quickly as possible
  17. 17. Partner extranet, contract management and human resource self service processes can initiate
  18. 18. Supports manager resource review and product explorer
  19. 19. The solution delivers an IT command center and innovation- management tools
  20. 20. Works as a global- learning university
  21. 21. Works as an opportunity management and product development processes
  22. 22. Gives access to advanced tools Microsoft Office PerformancePoint Server 2007, business intelligence software and SQL Server 2008 R2 Reporting Services.
  23. 23. Facilitate complex collaboration
  24. 24. Facilitate internal business intelligence reporting
  25. 25. Shared service application platform
  26. 26. Adhere Compliance
  27. 27. Dynamic sites
  28. 28. Community building
  29. 29. Mobile Access
  30. 30. Blogs
  31. 31. Yammer
  32. 32. Role Based Security Rights
  33. 33. Multilingual SharePoint tools
  34. 34. Improves corporate identity
  35. 35. Single entry point For the business, enabling employees, partners and customers to communicate to the organization
  36. 36. Connecting Microsoft Dynamics CRM system with SharePoint add another opportunity to improve company- wide productivity.
  37. 37. Can surface Line-of- Business (LOB) data through SharePoint 2013
  38. 38. Other Functionality (included transformation of records, notifications, approvals and on demand archiving.)
  39. 39. Capability to avoid redundancy of multiple documents with the same information and multiple data entry.
  40. 40. Audit readiness to be significantly improved use of technology to manage, store and search for records and their related content. Retention requirements will be proven and related content to samples will be available on demand for a period of 10 years.
  41. 41. Contract Management Business App is available for SharePoint
  42. 42. Optimization of the strategic processes (like Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM) practices)
  43. 43. SharePoint dashboards on self service basis
  44. 44. SharePoint with LOB connection Provides a positive user experience with reduced amount of data entry, more accurate data results throughout the processes and a faster return on investment (ROI)
  45. 45. SharePoint Designer A free, client-side customization and configuration tool for SharePoint. With SharePoint Designer, you can create data- rich Web pages, build powerful workflow-enabled solutions, and design the look and feel of your site. The sites you create can range from small project management team sites to dashboard-driven portal solutions for large enterprises.
  46. 46. 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.
  47. 47. Project Server An extension to SharePoint providing integration with Microsoft Project and other features such as Enterprise Content Management, business intelligence, enterprise search, personal sites, and Newsfeed.
  48. 48. Excel Services A server technology included in SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2007 that enables users to load, calculate, and display excel 2010 workbooks on SharePoint Server 2010
  49. 49. Team foundation server A free download of core SharePoint functionality, without all of the Server functionality
  50. 50. Microsoft Office Access, Visio, Excel & InfoPath Forms services
  51. 51. Power Pivot It extends the capabilities of the PivotTable data summarization and cross-tabulation feature with new features such as expanded data capacity, advanced calculations, ability to import data from multiple sources, and the ability to publish the workbooks as interactive web applications.
  52. 52. Performance Point Server – a business intelligence software PerformancePoint Server also provided a planning and budgeting component directly integrated with Excel.
  53. 53. Audience Targeting
  54. 54. Governance Tools
  55. 55. Enterprise Wikis
  56. 56. Organization Hierarchy Browser
  57. 57. Managed Metadata
  58. 58. OS Search integration
  59. 59. Extranet Portal Used to provide password-protected, web-facing access to people outside an organization
  60. 60. Insights Information from any part of the organization can be surfaced inside useful contexts, providing information that can improve effectiveness.
  61. 61. App Catalog
  62. 62. PowerView A new visualization experience, easy to use dash boarding tool that allows self-service business intelligence.
  63. 63. Business Continuity Services
  64. 64. Access Services Helps you to create deskstop databases. Has easy to use tools for quickly creating the browser based database application that help you to run your business.
  65. 65. Visio Services Enables you to load, display, and interact programmatically with Visio .vsdx, .vsdm files and Visio Web Drawings (.vdw)
  66. 66. eDiscovery
  67. 67. Topic Pages
  68. 68. Cross Site Publishing
  69. 69. Language Translation
  70. 70. Custom design for internet
  71. 71. Custom Development
  72. 72. Multiple Domains
  73. 73. Discovery & Risk Assessment Audit and contol management ( ACM) automates discovery and risk assessment for business critical excel and Access database
  74. 74. Distributed Cache Services
  75. 75. Shredded Storage
  76. 76. Translation services
  77. 77. Minimal download New Navigation Framework
  78. 78. Information Management policies
  79. 79. Granular Control
  80. 80. Secure Delegation
  81. 81. Request Management
  82. 82. Systems Status Notifications
  83. 83. Cross device experience
  84. 84. Integrated cross platform Data portability made easy
  85. 85. Site Mail boxes
  86. 86. Drill Down
  87. 87. Browser Editing
  88. 88. Socialized Insight
  89. 89. Structured view of request details
  90. 90. Cross servers & applications
  91. 91. PowerShell & central administration
  92. 92. Simplified & remote
  93. 93. Cross Premise synchronization Windows server 2012 Active Directory
  94. 94. Data Safety Services
  95. 95. Secure Updates
  96. 96. Developer App Model fully compatible with Office 365
  97. 97. Grater Sharing Flexibility
  98. 98. No licenses required for external users
  99. 99. Free External users for online SKUs
  100. 100. One Drive for Business Folder Sync A desktop program that you can use to sync an offline version of a team site or OneDrive for Business library to a folder on your computer.
  101. 101. SharePoint Work Space A desktop program that you can use to take SharePoint site content offline and collaborate on the content with others while you are disconnected from the network.
  102. 102. Experts say…
  103. 103. “ SharePoint allowed us to streamline and centralize workflows. There is now ONE centralized repository for Radio One’s workflows, so changes made are easily able to be applied globally .” Dennis Richardson, Director of Business Applications, Radio One
  104. 104. ”By implementing the new solution, IBE has established a new, modern and active communication channel between the company management board, employees, business partners, customers and the public ….” Danilo Pungertnik, M.Sc., Chief Information Officer, IBE
  105. 105. ”The Business-Critical SharePoint solution transformed the way we think about records, information and data organization. This brings file sharing and collaboration well into the 21st century.” Kyle Collins, Records and Information Management with Eagle River Sanitation District
  106. 106. ”The solution is providing better visibility of the agency’s projects while delivering important efficiencies to project managers. The implementation can only be described as a success.” Karsten Lehn, Executive Director Major of Project Management, Fair Work Ombudsman
  107. 107. “While the initial intention was just to automate our processes, it has now enhanced our entire business in terms of speed and agility.” Onyebuchi Akosa, Head of Workflow Automation and Business Integration. First Bank Nigeria
  108. 108. “ By extending the capabilities of SharePoint 2010…First Data has realized a significant financial savings and improved employee productivity by 45 percent.” Nancy Blankenship, Vice President IT, First Data
  109. 109. Thank You Feedbacks : sebastiantwinkle@gmail.com

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