Effectively Using Your SharePoint Intranet from

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Nov 12, 2013 (3 years and 7 months ago)

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Effectively Using Your SharePoint Intranet from
a Mobile Device

Lisa Ruff

Business Development Manager

lisa.ruff@h3s
-
inc.com

571
208 1105


Market Indicators


Forrester predicts that 1 billion people worldwide will own
smartphones by 2016


SharePoint Gap
-

3
rd

Party Add on


Mobile Device Extensions.
Plan to increase 27% over next Year


386% growth


Enterprise Requirements


Rapidly extend solutions to mobile devices


Cross platform device support


Leveraging current SharePoint investments


Business Requirements



Complete SharePoint Mobility


Mobile Enterprise Application Platform


Development API


Mobile
Collaboration


Mobile BI


Supports
all major smartphones and tablets


100% integrated with
SharePoint


Server based licensing


Access SharePoint content when not at your
desk


Continue business processes and workflows
from your device


Sync and work with SharePoint data offline
without a client installation



Mobile Collaboration


Integration with Excel Services and
PowerPivot


Integration with PerformancePoint
scorecards and reports


Slice and dice data from your device

Mobile BI


Development API


Leverage existing .NET development
expertise


Platform for WCM

Mobile
Internet
Sites


Extensive integration options for
maximum development flexibility

Mobile App Platform


100% integrated with SharePoint


Easily rebranded to suit your needs


Numerous customization options without the
need for custom code


Seamless integration with custom apps built
with the API

Mobile Solutions to Fit Your Business

Mobile Entrée

Demo


Cloud Mobility


Mobile Entrée 365

Thank You!

Lisa Ruff BDM

lisa.ruff@h3s
-
inc
.
com

855 464 5914

+1 571 208 1105 (international)

Appendix


SharePoint Mobile
Support Mobile Entrée
-

A
Comparison


A few samples


Left
side screenshot represents SharePoint using the out of the box mobile
support


Right side screenshot represents Mobile Entrée and unless otherwise
noted, is out of the box Mobile Entrée (no custom development, just
configuration)


Screenshots are from Chrome browser emulating the iPhone
iOS

5 for
both of them


SharePoint Site Home page

SP

ME

Default Site page as configured

Site Home Page contents after 2
nd

tap


Select Outages Calendar

SP

ME

Calendar

Type Date or tap ‘next day’ to see
event

Tap Date to see event

SP

ME

Use device touch controls to get
date and time

Type in date in format listed and
drop down for time

New event (item) screen


SP

ME

Contact list item

SP

ME

Discussion

SP

ME

Respond to Survey

SP

ME

Mobile BI Dashboards


Charts and Graphs

SP

ME

Pivot Table

Can tap for graph


but no option

To interact with pivot table