SharePoint 2010 Overview - Oxbow Software

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Overview

SharePoint and
Microsoft Office
2010: A history of innovation.

Customer

Feedback

and Research

Key Innovation

Areas Locked

Development

and Validation

SharePoint

and
Office

2010

Tech Preview


Additional products being launched: Microsoft Project 2010 and Microsoft Visio
®

2010


~$
1B
annual
R&D investment across
Microsoft Office, SharePoint, and related products

Exchange

Server
2010

Microsoft Office

Communications

Server
2007 R2

Microsoft

Exchange Server

Beta

Microsoft
®


SharePoint
®

Online

SharePoint and
Microsoft Office
2007 SP2

H2

2007

H1

2008

H2

2008

H1

2009

H2

2009

H1

2010

SharePoint

and Microsoft
Office

2010

Beta

FAST Search
Server
2010

SharePoint
Online

SharePoint and

Office 2010

Productivity: It’s no simple thing.

Meet changing
business needs

Manage IT costs

and complexity


Drive insight from complexity


Work with customers and partners


Embrace millennial work styles


Comply with regulations


Integrate line
-
of
-
business (LOB) systems


Provide scale agility


Enable innovation


Protect intellectual property

Microsoft SharePoint 2010
The business collaboration platform for the enterprise and the Web.

Here’s how you can connect and empower people:

User Interface

Office
Integration

Anywhere

Access

AJAX
-
based

usability

Theming

Embedding

rich media

The Office Ribbon UI
in SharePoint!

Engage your audience. Not your IT help desk.

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Easily adopt and design appealing SharePoint sites.

Cross
-
browser

Web access

Put great content to use.

Easy discovery of

content in SharePoint

Metadata
-
driven
navigation in

Microsoft Office

Access information quickly from both SharePoint and Microsoft Office.

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Make your work more relevant.
Share and

collaborate

Authoring context
and presence

Related
content

Save to
SharePoint

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Collaborate in context through the new Office Backstage.

Metadata
capturing

People offline? They can still be productive.
Microsoft Office
InfoPath
®

integration

Synchronizes
changes,

not entire
files

Office Ribbon UI
and Office
Backstage

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Read and write with SharePoint and LOB data using SharePoint Workspace.

Entire sites
and LOB data

Mobile Access

Web
Access

Office Apps

SharePoint
Libraries

People
Search

Viewing

Editing

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Interact with people and content

anywhere.

Read and write
across devices with SharePoint and Microsoft Office.

IT Productivity

Deployment
Choice

Platform
Consolidation

Here’s how you can unify your infrastructure and cut costs:

Social
Computing

Enterprise
Content
Management

Enterprise
Search

Internet

Sites

Business
Intelligence

Integrated
Capabilities

Reduced
Maintenance

Cross
-
Farm

Management

Cost
-
Effective
Training

Make your collaboration solutions collaborate.

On Premise


Control and

ownership


Customers


Partners


Employees

Hosted Service

Rapid
scalability

It’s your deployment. Do it your way.

SharePoint Online features on
-
premise and hosted solutions.

Upgrade servers
without changing the
user interface

It’s your deployment. Manage its impact.

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Introduce a predictable migration process with visual upgrade.

Preview new
UI

Switch on new UI
across site collections
in a controlled manner

Manage your platform as though you could see the future.
Problem
identification

Service
-
level
data

Links to guidance
and resources

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Use h
ealth monitoring to
prevent problems and minimize downtime.

Developer
Productivity

Data
Connectivity

Composite
Solutions

Here’s how you can rapidly respond to business needs:



Integrated

Developer Tools

Enhanced

Extensibility

Broad Support

for Standards

Delivery Scheduling

Payroll Management

Pricing Analysis

Sales Reporting

Hiring Processes

Executive Dashboards

IT Service Portals

Conference Planning

Divisional Portals

Expertise Finders

Compliance Review Sites

Project Tracking

Personal Profile Sites

Citizen Portals

Business need? Collaboration solution.

Work more effectively. Respond more quickly.

Developer
dashboard

Visual Studio
2010

Extensibility for
SharePoint artifacts

Support for SharePoint
debugging

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Deploy a rich SharePoint development platform with Visual Studio 2010 integration.

Power up your development team.

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Business Connectivity Services lets you read and write with external data.

That LOB data you have? Use it.

Order


OrderID


CustomerID


EmployeeID


OrderDate

SQL WS LOB

SharePoint
lists

Outlook
forms

and task panes

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Build solutions easily with the enhanced toolset in SharePoint Designer 2010.

No code? No problem.


DOM 1.0


HTML, HTTP, HTTPS


MathML



ODBC


ODF (IS26300)


Open XML (IS29500)
OpenSearch



OpenType



PDF 1.7


PDF/A


RTF


RSS, ATOM


SOAP


SVG


REST


UDDI


Unicode


URI/URN


W3C XML Schema


WCAG 2.0


WebDAV


WSDL


WSRP


XHTML


XML


XML Web Services


XMLDsig



XPATH


XPS


XSLT

Solution development is only half the equation.

Developing

Open
documentation
and APIs

Publishing

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-
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Drive adoption with fast integration, out
-
of
-
the
-
box accessibility, and worldwide standards.

Microsoft SharePoint 2010
The business collaboration platform for the enterprise and the Web.

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