Resumen de Novedades en SharePoint 2013


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Esta presentación resume las principales novedades que podemos encontrar en SharePoint 2013

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  • Excel Services in SharePoint allows users to directly save their workbooks and publish their reports to a SharePoint site, which will render the workbooks in the browser. This feature now supports a higher level of parity between the browser and the Excel client with features like the field well and quick explore, as well as utilizing the full features of SharePoint such as collaborative editing.
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  • With 2013 release, we really wanted to have consolidated and consistent user experience cross the different solutions, so that end users can take advantage of the same capabilities regardless of the solution they are using. <click>So what we did with 2013 release is that we separated the Office Web Apps to it’s own identity and we connect the SharePoint server to it<click>In addition you can now connect Lync to same Office Web Apps farm to provide same user experience for Lync users as for the SharePoint users<click>As we can also connect your Exchange to Office Web Apps farm to provide similarly consistent user experience – or if you have multiple exchange instances, you can connect all of them to same Office Web Apps farm<click>And similarly if you have multiple SharePoint farms, you can connect these farms to consume the services from same Office Web Apps farm, so you don\t have to setup or operate multiple different platforms for the providing the browser based access to your documents, you can rather use one Office Web Apps farm and connect to that from all of the solutions<click>You can even open up files form any file share or web server, as long as you can access the files using URL – this gives for example possibility to present presentations from your internal file shares directly on the SharePoint pages or actually on any platform, without necessary to upload the file to specific location.<click>And actually since Office Web Apps implementation is based on published and documented protocols, you can actually extend this any way you want – meaning that it’s completely possible to provide additional viewer applications to present or render any other file types using similar approach.
  • When we think about collaboration within the Office Web Apps, we basically share this to three different categories – being Document Review, Multi-User authoring and Meetings.Within 2010 timeframe with document review, we basically meant mostly about editing – editing everywhere – using browser – and anyone could collaborate with me even though they wouldn’t have Office client to use, since they could have used simply browser to achieve the same objective. <click>In 2013 we’ve added two new features to improve the scenario. Change tracking or track changes in Word – in the Web App you can have track changes also visible and other people can then see changes you’ve done using either Office client or web apps as well. Other added feature is the commenting, which we’ve added to all Web Apps, which provides end users the capability to add, edit and view comments in document directly in web Apps – these comments are then visible also offline if documents are download from SharePoint or viewed using any offline clients.<click>Following scenario is the multi-user authoring – during 2010 our story was little bit limited, since we only supported multi-user authoring with OneNote Web App and with Excel web apps – it was also supported by Word desktop client and with OneNote desktop client. With Office Web Apps 2013, we are adding Word Web App and PowerPoint web app as the supported tools to collaborate online with multi-user authoring experience. With OneNote, PowerPoint and Word you can have also mixture of clients, meaning that you can have people accessing the same file using Office client and Web App doing simultaneous edits on particular file.<click>Office Web Apps are now integrated also with Lync and we are providing the capability to do async navigation with presented documents – meaniing that you can move forward or backward in shared presentation withouth interfering on what’s presented to other meeting participants. We also provide media playback from the Web Apps, so if you have videos embedded in presentations, those are visible and playable with any modern browser.<click>And key point of all of these capabilities is that all of the these are available for anyone using browsers – basically on any browser – we provide cross browser support for all of the web apps. You can collaborate with anyone who has browser access on the files without the need for real client side applications.
  • Resumen de Novedades en SharePoint 2013

    1. 1. Novedades en SharePoint 2013 J.C. González (@jcgm1978) MVP de SharePoint Server
    2. 2. • Introducción • Novedades en Sitios • Novedades en Búsquedas • Novedades en ECM y WCM • Novedades en BI • Novedades en Aplicaciones Compuestas • Otros Agenda
    3. 3. • A nivel de escenarios, sin cambios respecto a SP 2010: • Escenarios Intranet: • Empleados Internos • Escenarios Extranet: • Clientes/Socios • Escenarios Internet: • Usuarios Web Externos Introducción – La foto de SharePoint Internet Extranet Intranet SharePoint
    4. 4. Novedades en SharePoint 2013 - Sitios Nuevo Motor de Temas + Social Productividad en el acceso y uso de la información. Comunicación y colaboración a nivel empresarial.
    5. 5. • Plantillas re-diseñadas y “acorde” con las nuevas tendencias: • Look & feel “Windows 8” experience  Orientado a “Touch” • Más social: Compartir Suministro de Noticias Sitios - Novedades
    6. 6. • Concepto de “Seguir”: • Muy ligado a capacidades sociales • Se pueden seguir distintos tipos de elementos de un sitio de SharePoint: • Sitios • Documentos • Personas • Etiquetas Sitios - Novedades
    7. 7. • Concepto de “Seguir”: Sitios - Novedades
    8. 8. • Nuevas capacidades: • Drag & Drop de documentos • Nuevo “concepto” de visualización de información: callouts Sitios - Novedades
    9. 9. • Todo es una aplicación, incluyendo listas y bibliotecas: Sitios - Novedades
    10. 10. • Modificación rápida de la navegación: Sitios - Novedades
    11. 11. • Sincronización local de documentos mediante SkyDrive Pro (Parte de Office 2013) Sitios - Novedades
    12. 12. • Personalización mediante temas: Sitios - Novedades
    13. 13. • “Compartir” es poder: Sitios - Novedades
    14. 14. Sitios - Novedades
    15. 15. • Lista de Tareas mejorada: Sitios - Novedades
    16. 16. Novedades en SharePoint 2013 – ECM y WCM • Novedades en WCM: Sitios de Producto CBSWP Creación de sitios Internet pensando en el diseño y a un coste razonable
    17. 17. • Algunos ejemplos: WCM - Novedades
    18. 18. • Algunos ejemplos: WCM - Novedades
    19. 19. • Algunas novedades: WCM - Novedades Canales de Dispositivo Representaciones de Imágenes (“Renditions”) Navegación controlada por el Conjunto de Términos Traducción Automática
    20. 20. • Navegación por metadatos: WCM - Novedades
    21. 21. Audio Cameras Computers Home appliances Phones TV and video TERM STORE NAVIGATION TAXONOMY Search Filter query by CATEGORY: COMPUTERS Friendly URL Use page maincategory.aspx CONTENT SEARCH WEB PART • En resumen: WCM - Novedades
    22. 22. • Renderizado en dispositivos móviles: WCM - Novedades
    23. 23. ECM - Novedades • Mejoras en Document Sets:
    24. 24. ECM - Novedades
    25. 25. Novedades en SharePoint 2013 - Búsquedas CBSWP Analytics Nueva arquitectura de búsquedas: lo mejor de FAST y lo mejor del motor de búsquedas empresarial
    26. 26. Novedades en SharePoint 2013 - Búsquedas
    27. 27. • Pre-Visualización de resultados: Búsquedas - Novedades
    28. 28. Búsquedas - Novedades • Búsqueda directa en listas/bibliotecas de documentos:
    29. 29. • Analytics: Búsquedas - Novedades
    30. 30. SharePoint 2013 – Novedades en BI Servicios de Access OWA Desarrollo personalizado
    31. 31. Novedades en BI - Servicios de Access
    32. 32. Novedades en BI – Servicios de Access
    33. 33. Novedades en BI - Servicios de Excel
    34. 34. Share your Excel workbooks in the web Use slicer targets to optionally filter dashboard items Interact with your workbook with all of the rich features of the Excel client in the browser
    35. 35. Novedades en BI - Servicios de Visio
    36. 36. Novedades en BI - Reporting Services
    37. 37. Novedades en BI - Servicios de PerformancePoint
    38. 38. Novedades en BI - Power View Self-Service BI • Exploración de datos interactiva y muy visual • Fuente de datos: un BISM o un documento Excel • Proporciona reporting ad-hoc muy intuitivo • Muy enfocado a analistas de negocio, decisores e IW • Se necesita: • SQL Server 2012 • SharePoint Server 2013 • >= Silverlight 4.0
    39. 39. Novedades en BI - Power View • A nivel de visualización: • Gráficos de tarta • Mapas • KPIs • A nivel de origen de datos: • Soporte de jerarquías • Soporte para drill down/drill up • Look & Feel: • Nuevos temas • Uso de fondos e imágenes de fondo • …
    40. 40. Novedades en BI – Power View
    41. 41. Novedades en BI - OWA • Office en el navegador: SkyDrive, SharePoint On-Premise, SharePoint Online, Lync, etc
    42. 42. Flujos de trabajo - Novedades
    43. 43. Flujos de Trabajo - Novedades
    44. 44. ¿Por qué aplicaciones en SharePoint & Office? • Se trata de modernizar la plataforma:
    45. 45. Aplicaciones – Office Store
    46. 46. Otros – Office Web Apps Office Web App
    47. 47. • Capacidades disponibles: Otros – Office Web Apps With anyone with a browser Document Review Multi-user Authoring Change tracking Commenting Editing OneNote Web App Excel Web App PowerPoint Web App Word Web App Meetings Lync Integration Presentation Broadcast Async Navigation Media Playback Capacidades Wave 14 Capacidades Wave 15
    48. 48. • Otras características: • OWA como fuente para crear documentos, no solo para visualizar o editar • Crear/Editar documentos requiere licencias para usuarios finales Otros – Office Web Apps
    49. 49. • Los principios de uso de SharePoint (provisionamiento de sitios, web parts, colaboración, …) no han cambiado • Tenemos + funcionalidad out-of-the-box • SharePoint 2013 ofrece una solución centralizada desde el punto de vista de negocio que encaja con aplicaciones existentes: • Integración de datos de negocio mediante BCS • Búsqueda de información procedente de múltiples fuentes • Análisis y perspectiva mediante las capacidades de BI • Extensibilidad mediante un modelo de desarrollo muy potente y flexible • + Social • Desde el punto de vista de extensibilidad, el nuevo modelo de aplicaciones permite extender SharePoint de forma segura y dotarle de funcionalidad adicional Conclusiones