Microsoft Sharepoint 2010 by Mr. Johnny Benitez


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NGOs are faced with the challenge of providing external users with a seamless, integrated experience across different applications. Sharepoint 2010 can help you with this challenge.

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Microsoft Sharepoint 2010 by Mr. Johnny Benitez

  1. 1. What is SharePoint and whatcan it do for organizations?NGO Connection DayFebruary 22 & 24, 2011
  2. 2. Email :
  3. 3. • SharePoint 2010 Overview• Customer Stories• Demo• Getting Started• CASE STUDY: CNDR’s Disaster Response Management System
  4. 4. The web of human relationships that form the community of people that collaborate to achieve the organization’s mission. Development Finance Programs Board Projects HR
  5. 5. The web of human relationships that form the community of people that collaborate to achieve the organization’s mission. Development Volunteers Finance Programs Donors Board ProjectsAudiences HR Media / Public
  6. 6. The web of human relationships that form the community of people that collaborate to achieve the organization’s mission. Development Partners Volunteers Finance Programs Funders Donors Board Vendors ProjectsAudiences HR Business Media / Public Community Government
  7. 7. Extranet Regulatory Collaboration Donor Program Compliance Site Mgmt Database Repository System Main Web Knowledge Presence Management Employee Portal Self Service Partner Portal Site Customer Project “X” Service Site Site CustomTeam “ABC” Case Site Management Capital System Weekly Blog Campaign Issue Site Tracking Meeting
  8. 8. Business Collaboration Platform
  9. 9. User Interface Office Integration Anywhere Access
  10. 10. Engage your audience…yourself!
  11. 11. Use content in more effectively
  12. 12. Interact anywhere with people and content
  13. 13. SharePoint Insights
  14. 14. PlatformConsolidation Deployment ChoiceIT Productivity
  15. 15. Consolidate Collaboration Solutions
  16. 16. Optimize your deployment across scenarios
  17. 17. DeveloperProductivity DataConnectivityCompositeSolutions
  18. 18. Business-collaboration solutions Hiring Processes Sales Reporting Pricing Analysis Citizen Portals Project Tracking Personal Profile Sites Exec Dashboards Conference Planning IT Service PortalsDivisional Portals Compliance Review Sites Expertise FindersPayroll Management Delivery Scheduling Integrated Developer Tools Enhanced Broad Support Extensibility for Standards
  19. 19. Leverage your existing LOB data
  20. 20. • Habitat for Humanity seeks to eliminate poverty housing and homelessness from the world by inviting people of all backgrounds, races, and religions to build houses together in partnership with families in need. PartnerNet was Habitat’s extranet portal solution to communicate with its thousands of affiliates, volunteers, and staff on best practices, discussion forum, photo sharing and more. It was difficult to access, navigate, manage and use – so most people didn’t use it. Habitat used SharePoint to create My.Habitat Documents, Forums, Training, Communities of Interest
  21. 21. Election Campaign Management System• Communication and coordination play vital roles in a political campaign. The various activities involved in carrying out a political campaign need to be done instantaneously and in a coordinated/organized manner.• The Campaign Management System consolidated all activities involved in a political campaign in an instantaneous and organized manner.• Fax machine or messengers used to pass documents; landline, cellphones or two-way radios for voice communication. Manual consolidation of data gathered..• Real-time communication / exchange of information via the Internet• Manual processes are done systemically • Team collaboration through forum, SMS or instant messaging • Automated task assignment and monitoring • Event calendars facilitate scheduling of activities
  22. 22. Candidate Field Operations Executive Committee Political Desk Campaign SecretariatHeadquarters Legal GroupSupport Group Policy Studies Group PR/Media Group Sectoral Group Party Coordinators Provincial Coordinators
  23. 23. DEMO
  24. 24. Screenshot Walkthrough Boy Bawal Sales Director Softrigger Interactive Inc. E-Mail:
  25. 25. The user opens the mungo Home Page and see thevarious items in the menu.
  26. 26. User clicks “Resources” to see what’s available... and gets a list of personnel with relevant data like email address.User clicks “Add New Item” to input newResource …
  27. 27. …and a pop-upwindow presents aform that can be saved.
  28. 28. Users can set up and assign tasks to resources
  29. 29. … using a pop up Tasks Form
  30. 30. Users have acalendar view of activities
  31. 31. Detailed budget transactions are inputtedlike amount, funding source, transaction date etc. The approval process happens within the system.
  32. 32. Team members have a discussion forum within the application for better collaboration
  33. 33. DEMO
  34. 34. Ribbon UI SharePoint WorkspaceBusiness Connectivity Services SharePoint MobileInfoPath Form Services Office Client and Office Web App IntegrationExternal Lists Standards SupportWorkflowSharePoint DesignerVisual Studio Tagging, Tag Cloud, RatingsAPI Enhancements Social BookmarkingREST/ATOM/RSS Blogs and Wikis My Sites Activity Feeds Profiles and Expertise PerformancePoint Services Org Browser Excel Services Chart Web Part Visio Services Web Analytics SQL Server Integration Enterprise Content Types PowerPivot Metadata and Navigation Document Sets Multi-stage Disposition Social Relevance Audio and Video Content Types Phonetic Search Remote Blob Storage Navigation List Enhancements FAST Integration Enhanced Pipeline
  35. 35. Getting started tips Find help first (i.e. IT support) Start small! Get feedback on conceptual designs Get leadership support & buy-in Develop a plan and a budget Don’t neglect training & support for users Create a safe place for people to “play”
  36. 36. http://SharePoint.Microsoft.com http://MSSharePointDeveloper.comInformation for Information for Information for IT Pros Developers Everyone at TechNet at MSDN at
  37. 37. ©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 andrepresents 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 onthe 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 ORSTATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.