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Sharepoint 2013 Presentation

Connecting our business

shinelle bovell

on 18 February 2014

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Transcript of Sharepoint 2013 Presentation

Document Sharing
SharePoint 2013
Connecting our business
Document Sharing
Accessibility on all platforms
Simple and intuitive design
Proven and tested security features
Key points made in this presentation.
With the launch of Office 365, Neal & Massy users are now exposed to better connectivity and productivity tools. SharePoint 2013 is a powerhouse of potential for daily tasks and for achieving long term goals.
This presentation is aimed at portraying some of the benefits of using SharePoint 2013.

Accessibility on all platforms
Proven and tested security features
Governance policies and data management rules
Governance policies
data management rules
Project Collaboration
Project Collaboration
Simple and intuitive
SharePoint is the place to share ideas, content and the vision of your company. It’s scalable enough to organize and manage all your information assets but it’s also designed to organize and store documents to enable personal productivity, keep teams’ in sync, and projects on track.
Keep teams up to date with project applications such
as Project Tasks, Project Risks and Project Issues.
View your project progress in Datasheet, Gantt and Calendar views.
Not only does SharePoint facilitate document sharing but it can also be used for automating forms(PO's, Leave forms, etc), surveys and even keeping versions of your documents.
For the meticulous, documents and data can be stored in folders on SharePoint and SharePoint Document Centers. You can even sync documents on SharePoint with Outlook for easier accessibility. You also have the option to choose whether or not you want your documents to appear in searches.
Are you a solid Ubuntu user, Mac Fanboy or
do you testify in the name of Windows?
It doesn't matter because SharePoint is accessed via your web browser. Documents, no matter the file type can be viewed in your browser.
Are you worried that new users to this
platform will be clueless on how to use it? Are
you worried that your IT department will be
banging their heads against a wall in user
Since SharePoint is a Microsoft developed product, it follows the same User Interface of known Microsoft applications like Word and Excel. The distinctive Microsoft ribbon is accessible to the top of each page and options from the ribbon will change if you select different tabs.
When it comes to navigation, SharePoint allows site pages to inherit parent page navigation for greater consistency between pages. Navigation is also very simple to edit to accommodate the constant changes in your site collection.
Thank you for your attention.

Any questions?
An app for SharePoint has its own identity and is associated with a security principal, called an app principal. Like users and groups, an app principal has certain permissions and rights.
Therefore, you can give a user access to a SharePoint page but restrict access to SharePoint apps or the ability to edit it.
If users do need access how ever, they can issue a request to view/edit the application or the page.
SharePoint Sites can only be accessed if you have permission to view a page. Permissions vary by permission levels such as View Only, Edit, Design and Full Control. Groups can be created with an associated permission level to make managing users a bit easier on the administrator.
A Site Mailbox for extensive projects can also be created which you can use for service emails such as legalproject2013@nealandmassy.com or christmasparty@nealandmassy.com. This Site Mailbox can then be synced with your Outlook.
SharePoint uses the HTTPS (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol Secure) instead of HTTP. When a user connects to a SharePoint site via HTTPS, the website encrypts the session with a Digital Certificate.
Each company is different. Data retention policies and deletion policies must be set for each company. SharePoint 2013 allows for different policies to be set for various pages and sites. Search Policies can also be set for content in SharePoint. This policy determines if data would appear in public searches. It is advisable that policies are created in conjunction with department heads as it is a known fact that any new resource/project implemented solely by the IT department for users will crash and burn.
SkyDrive Pro and SharePoint
SkyDrive Pro and Microsoft SharePoint are both components of Office 365. For those of you that don't know, SkyDrive is the Microsoft equivalent to Google Drive or Dropbox. One way that data can be passed into the wrong hands is by users utilizing storage software that we have no control over. SkyDrive, uses SharePoint as a portal to your SkyDrive documents however it is not considered a SharePoint site. Users are still encouraged to use both SharePoint and SkyDrive over Dropbox and Google Drive because we would have greater control over company data.
Example of SkyDrive on your PC
Example of SkyDrive in your browser
So SharePoint can do all these
fantastic things but how do we
go about building an intranet?
Example of SkyDrive when shared with an external user
The navigation structure will be built according
to the Neal & Massy Group Legal Structure.
Policies will be set in place depending on the nature of business of the company.
SharePoint pages and applications will be built according to the requirements of the company and/or the departments within a company.
What usually happens when software is built without
consulting your user community.
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