PRESENTATION: Content Collaboration in SharePoint


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PRESENTATION: Content Collaboration in SharePoint

  1. 1. © ADLIB 2013 - THIS SLIDE PRESENTATION CONTAINS PROPRIETARY AND/OR CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION Roger Beharry Lall Director, Product Marketing Content Management Best Practices For Collaboration in SharePoint
  2. 2. 2 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% Document management File share replacement Security and rights management Web content management –… Scanned image management Long term archiving Advanced/Federated Search Business Intelligence/Analytics Email management Electronic records management Physical records management Completely satisfies Partially satisfies Does not satisfy I Can’t Get No… Satisfaction
  3. 3. 3 Buy, Build, and Beyond Yes 39% 12 months 15% 24-36 months 12% No plans 34% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% Workflow management Document Approvals Workflow design Project management Forms proc – int electronic, e.g. HR, expenses, etc Workflow reporting Business intelligence/reporting Forms proc – from scanned, internal/external Case management Automated document creation/rendition Using Firm Plans in Next 12 months No Plans as Yet
  4. 4. 4 The Document Lifecycle
  5. 5. 5 The PDF ‘Standard’ • Content Re-Flow • Font Substitution • Complex Formats • Hyperlinks • Overall Fidelity
  6. 6. 6 Search & Share
  7. 7. 7 Collaboration Across Context Table of Contents Date Stamp Disclaimer / Source Footer Doc. Number Status Version Control Branding Watermark
  8. 8. 8 Collaboration Across Systems Enterprise Content Management Operational System Folder, File, DB Content Collaboration
  9. 9. 9 Collaboration Across Format • Over 400 file types • From Ami Draw to XyWrite • Including: HP Graphics Language, IBM writing assistant, Kodak Flash Pix, Lotus 1-2-3, Corel Word Perfect, Crystal Reports, Open Office, etc. • Reduce dependency on native (legacy) software for collaboration Quotation Number Ship To: Ministry of Defence #: 000F1806042011 ATTN: Mr. John Doe P.O. DATE F.O.B. POINT TERMS QTY UNIT PRICE TOTAL 22 $2,400,000.00 22 $125,000.00 22 $25,000.00 22 $750,000.00 $0.00 $0.00 SUBTOTAL $3,300,000.00 HST $429,000.00 TOTAL (US) $3,729,000.00 4. Send all correspondence to : Adlib Software 215-3228 South Service Road Burlington, Ontario. L7N 3H8 Phone: 905-631-2875 Fax: 905-639-3540 Authorized by Date 123 Compliance Street San Francisco, CA 94114, USA Phone: 415 555 12125 REQUISITIONER SHIPPED VIA DESCRIPTION ECT F/A-18 Upgrade Kits Installation Quality Assurance - Air Stress Test and Diagnostic Annual Maintenance Agreement ECT Aerospace Equipped F/A-18 Hornet The combat-proven F/A-18 Hornet is a twin- engine, multi-mission, tactical aircraft. It converts between air-to-air fighter missions and air-to- ground strike missions while on the same sortie with the flick of a switch. Currently serving the armed services of eight nations, the F/A-18 fulfills the following types of assignment: fighter escort, suppression of enemy air defenses, reconnaissance, forward air control, close air support, and day and night strike missions. ECT Enhancements: 25% Increase in Radar Range Track up to 12 Targets Simultaneously Carry 30% More Armament 15% Increase in Operation Range Aircraft Characteristics Designed to reduce life-cycle costs, the F/A-18 is available in two models and possesses the following characteristics. Seating capacity/crew options: Model F/A-18C: one-seat (pilot-only) Dimensions: length 56 ft (17.1 m), wing span 40 ft (12.3 m), height 15.3 ft (4.7 m) Propulsion: two F404-GE-402 engines, each with 18,000 pounds of thrust Top speed: Mach 1.8, Combat radius: 500+ nm (900+ km) Armaments In addition to an M61A1 20-mm gun mounted inside the nose of the craft, the F/A- 18 carries up to 13,700 pounds (6,227 kg) of external ordnance and has nine weapon stations as follows: Two wing tip stations for Sidewinders Two outboard wing stations for air-to-air or air-to-ground weapons Two inboard wing stations that can be used for fuel tanks, air-to-air weapons, or air-to-ground weapons Two nacelle fuselage stations for AMRAAMs, Sparrows, or sensor pods Systems and Technologies The F/A-18 utilizes various systems and technologies to minimize the likelihood of detection, escape if detected, and return safely if hit. Radar: APG-73 with increased speed and memory capacity Targeting: laser target designator/ranger that is housed in a forward-looking infrared sensor, which enables the craft to deliver precision laser-guided bombs accurately The F/A-18 has been deployed by the armed services of the following nations: United States (Navy and Marines), Canada, Australia, Spain, Kuwait, Finland, Switzerland, and Malaysia. Contact: 123 Compliance St. San Francisco, CA
  10. 10. 10 • Any Device • Tablet, Phablet, Phone Laptop • Any O/S, Version, Platform • Anywhere, Anyone Collaboration Across Device
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