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JAMES WEIMHOLT WEIDER HAO JUAN TURCIOS BILL HUERTA BRANDON BROWN JAMES WEIMHOLT . INTRODUCTION OVERVIEW IMPLEMENTATION CASE STUDIES DEMONSTRATION RECOMENDATIONS. SharePoint Portal Server 2003. OVERVIEW.

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JAMES WEIMHOLT

WEIDER HAO

JUAN TURCIOS

BILL HUERTA

BRANDON BROWN

JAMES WEIMHOLT

INTRODUCTION

OVERVIEW

IMPLEMENTATION

CASE STUDIES

DEMONSTRATION

RECOMENDATIONS

SharePoint Portal Server 2003


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OVERVIEW

  • Relationship between SharePoint Portal Server and Windows SharePoint Services

  • Features

  • Implementation

  • Cost


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SERVER & SERVICES RELATIONSHIP

  • Both are part of Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies

  • Windows SharePoint Services providesWeb sites for team collaboration

  • SharePoint Portal Server 2003 extends the capabilities of Windows SharePoint Services


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WINDOWS SHAREPOINT SERVICES

Benefits

  • The engine that allows you tocreate Web sites

  • Additional functionality to the Microsoft Office

  • Other desktop applications

  • Serving as a platform for application development

    Features

  • Administration and Deployment

  • Group Collaboration

  • Platform Features


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SHAREPOINT PORTAL SERVER

Benefits

  • Flexible deployment and management tools

  • Users to quickly find relevant information

  • Audience targeting based on role, team, interest, security

    Features

  • Personalization: enable to create & manage sites

  • Integration: seamless management for sites

  • Collaboration: team publishing and connecting


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SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

Computer and processor:PC with an Intel Pentium III

compatible 700-MHz processor

Memory:512 MB of RAM

Hard disk:575 MB of available hard-disk space

Operating system:

  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Standard Edition

  • Windows Server 2003 Enterprise

  • Windows Server 2003 Datacenter

  • Windows Server 2003 Web Edition

    Other:Windows Server 2003 Web Edition requires SQL

    Server 2000 to be installed on a separate computer


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CLIENT REQUIREMENTS

Portal access

  • Internet Explorer 5.01, 5.5 and 6

  • Internet Explorer 5.2 for Mac OS X

  • Netscape Navigator 6.2 or later

  • Netscape Navigator 6.2 for Mac

  • Netscape Navigator 6.2 for UNIX

    Operating system

  • Windows 98 or Windows 98 Second Edition•

  • Windows NT 4.0, plus the latest service pack

  • Any version of Windows 2000, plus the latest service pack•

  • Windows XP Professional, plus the latest service pack

  • Any version of Windows Server 2003, plus the latest service pack


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RETAIL PRICING

  • Server License with 5 CALs: $5,619 US

  • CAL: $71 US per device or per user

  • License: $3,999 US per server

  • External Connector License: $30,000 US per server


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MICROSOFT OFFICE INTEGRATION

  • Enable users to work together more efficiently on an ad-hoc basis by using SharePoint sites and Document Workspace sites.

  • Meeting Workspace site-creation tools, live data linking from Microsoft Office Excel 2003 and Microsoft Office Access 2003, and calendar sharing.


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PROFILE

  • Automation & Control Solutions (ACS)

  • $7.5 billion in revenue in 2002

  • 24,000+ information workers

  • Products & Services


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Finding, accessing, & sharing critical information had become increasingly difficult

Decentralized content management and access control issues further contributed to high IT support and data storage costs.

Honeywell needed to deploy a scalable, extensible, secure and cost effective information management solution

SITUATION


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BENEFITS become increasingly difficult

  • 25% Faster, more relevant Information searches

  • Intranet consolidation reduces site number by 75%

  • Team site setup time reduced 90%

  • 100 times faster, “self-serve” intranet content publishing

  • Intranet management costs reduced 10%

  • Quick development of custom Web Parts and components


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HEWLETT-PACKARD PROFILE become increasingly difficult

  • Global technology solutions leader

  • Revenues of $72 billion for 2002

  • Merged with Compaq 2002

  • 140,000 + employees in 178 countries


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SITUATION become increasingly difficult

  • HP Services–largest core business group

  • Collaborating between groups in different locations

  • Reduce duplication efforts & time invested in business processes

  • Required a solution to be easily deployed and a cost-effective communication and collaboration system.


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SharePoint Portal Services Demo become increasingly difficult


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BENEFITS become increasingly difficult

  • Increased revenue resulting

  • High adoption rate due to ease of use

  • Operational cost savings due to the reliability, ease of use, and scalability of SharePoint Portal Server 2003.


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ANALYSIS become increasingly difficult

  • SharePoint Server is made to handle medium to large organizations – up to a million users simultaneously

  • The product is not developed for small business enterprise systems

  • Other products may be more suitable for small businesses – why pay for power you don’t need?


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PROS become increasingly difficult

  • High ROI – based on sharing and reuse capabilities

  • Familiar user interface

  • Users don’t need to know network topology

  • Integrated with other Microsoft products (Office, .NET Servers)

  • Cheaper than customized system


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CONS become increasingly difficult

  • Need to run MS Office 2003 to take advantage of full functionality of SharePoint

  • Difficult to upgrade from SharePoint 2001

  • Document management system allows multiple copies of the same document

  • Only runs on Windows 2003 Server OS


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RECOMMENDATIONS become increasingly difficult

  • SharePoint is a low-cost solution for collaboration and document management issues

  • SharePoint’s integration with Office 2003 and desktop makes it stand out against its competition

  • Be prepared for changes to come


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