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Comparison of SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013

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I've highlighted some of the many of the areas of change between SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013, in this deck which was presented at SharePoint Saturday UK 2013, along with demos.

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Comparison of SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013

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  2. 2. Comparison of SharePoint 2010 & SharePoint 2013 @ianwoodgate Ian.Woodgate@pointbeyond.com
  3. 3. Comparison of SharePoint 2010 & SharePoint 2013      Share Organise Discover Build Manage
  4. 4. Agenda SharePoint Editions and Licensing Business Intelligence Mobile Search Sharing Web Content Management Solutions The Tech Stuff Next Steps
  5. 5. SharePoint Editions
  6. 6. SharePoint Licensing – 2010 vs 2013 2010 Internal Users External Users* 2013 Internal Users External Users* Intranet SharePoint Server + CAL N/A Intranet SharePoint Server + CAL N/A Extranet SharePoint Server + CAL Or SharePoint for Internet Sites (FIS) SharePoint Server + CAL Or SharePoint for Internet Sites (FIS) Internet Sites SharePoint for Internet Sites (FIS) SharePoint for Internet Sites (FIS) Extranet Internet Sites SharePoint Server + CAL SharePoint Server SharePoint Server SharePoint Server Note*: External users means users that are not either your or your affiliates’ employees, or your or your affiliates’ onsite contractors or onsite agents
  7. 7. Business Intelligence
  8. 8. Business Intelligence
  9. 9. Business Intelligence 2010 2013 Excel Services Y Improved Visio Services Y Improved PerformancePoint Y Improved PowerPivot Y Improved PowerView (SSRS) Y (Needs SQL2012) Y (Needs SQL2012) PowerView (Excel) N Y Chart Web Part Y N
  10. 10. Mobile
  11. 11. Mobile
  12. 12. Mobile 2010 2013 Site viewing Basic Improved Office web apps N Y Device channels N Y Geolocation field N Y PerformancePoint and Excel Services N Y Browsing speed Slower Faster Apps N Newsfeed, Skydrive Pro PowerView N N (needs SilverLight)
  13. 13. Search
  14. 14. Search
  15. 15. Search 2010 2013 Content preview N Y (needs OWA) Shows number of times a document has been viewed N Y One click to “view in library.” N Y Query suggestions and N recent personal searches Y Results you've clicked at top N Y Follow people/docs People only Y People search shows recent docs N Y Continuous crawl N Y
  16. 16. Sharing
  17. 17. Sharing
  18. 18. Sharing 2010 2013 Share a site/doc N Y Discussion board Basic Improved Hash tags, mentions N Y Searchable feeds/updates N Y Site newsfeeds N Y Site mailboxes N Y All my tasks N Y Share with external users N SharePoint Online only Drag and drop upload N Y
  19. 19. Web Content Management
  20. 20. Web Content Management
  21. 21. Web Content Management 2010 2013 Toolset SPD, Visual Studio Any via Design Manager Light branding Basic via Themes Improved HTML 5 N Y Friendly URLs N Y Device channels N Y Content by search WP N Y Video Basic Improved Catalogs N Y Search driven (managed) navigation N Y Image renditions N Y Multilingual support Basic Improved Analytics Basic Improved
  22. 22. Solutions
  23. 23. Solutions
  24. 24. Solutions 2010 Workflow 2013 Text based via SPD Text based or visual via Visio. New features InfoPath Forms N Services WCAG 2.0 and AA compliant Y InfoPath Digital Signatures N Y InfoPath code environment Integrated IDE Visual Studio 2012 Access Services Y using SP lists Y using SQL tables
  25. 25. I didn’t Mention..  eDiscovery and Legal Holds  Records and document management improvements  Business Connectivity Services improvements  Multi-tenancy improvements
  26. 26. App store Lots of different flavours  New framework for delivering customisations  Features and solutions still supported development path 
  27. 27. The Tech Stuff  Back end improvements:    performance improved architecture better sql performance Shredded storage – reduce your storage costs  Minimal Download Strategy  Customisations – building with the app model  Claims authentication 
  28. 28. Thank You Ian.Woodgate@pointbeyond.com @ianwoodgate

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