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SharePoint Online as an Enterprise, Collaboration Platform. Greater Idaho SharePoint Users Group September 25, 2013 Pete Hohenhaus, Presenter. SharePoint Online/O365. History. BPOS – Business Productivity Online Services. Hosting Companies. SharePoint Online Dedicated.

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sharepoint online as an enterprise collaboration platform

SharePoint Online as an Enterprise, Collaboration Platform

Greater Idaho SharePoint Users Group

September 25, 2013

Pete Hohenhaus, Presenter

sharepoint online o365
SharePoint Online/O365
  • History.
    • BPOS – Business Productivity Online Services.
    • Hosting Companies.
    • SharePoint Online Dedicated.
    • SharePoint Online Multitenant.
    • O365.
pete thesis
Pete Thesis
  • Multitenant SharePoint Online is a perfectly good platform for collaboration across the enterprise.
  • Multitenant SharePoint Online is, in fact, preferable to SharePoint on premises in several key ways.
models
Models
  • Everything SharePoint on Premises – SPOP.
  • Everything SharePoint Online – SPO.
  • “Pete” or Hybrid Model – PHYBRID
    • Main collaboration on SPO.
      • Every service that can be deployed online goes online.
    • And, any important service not on SPO is maintained on prem.
      • SSRS, PPS, etc.
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O365
  • O365.
    • First focus – Exchange Online.
      • Most developed.
    • Office.
    • SharePoint Online.
      • Growth area.
case for spo
Case for SPO
  • Universality of access/mobility
    • Anytime
    • Anywhere
    • Any device
  • Focus on basics of SharePoint, SharePoint as
    • A Collaboration Platform
    • An Information Management Utility
  • External parties invitation and access
  • Coherent, standard approach to logon
case for spo1
Case for SPO
  • More frequent updates (quarterly)
  • Direct approach to administration and management
  • Immediate recoverability
  • Multi-geographic, data center backup
  • Leverage other O365 components.
  • ADFS integration.
    • Only on prem hardware/software are Proxy, ADFS, and Dir Sync servers
the core of the case for spo
The Core of The Case for SPO
  • SharePoint Online encourages, supports, and enables us to spend the bulk of our time helping users to get the most out of SharePoint and INFORMATION!!!
  • (Not troubleshooting and maintaining hardware and software)
  • (Don’t worry there are always quirks)
slide9
And …
  • Custom and App development largely gets divorced from the core of SharePoint!
case against spo
Case Against SPO
  • Cost
  • Still have to logon
  • No easy across-the-board customization
  • Can’t do real business intelligence
  • Can’t search on premises file shares, etc.
  • Can’t do remote blog storage
slide11
Cost
  • No, not any more
  • Lots of licensing plans
  • Phased transition, adoption
  • Microsoft incentives
  • In fact, SharePoint Online may well, in many cases, be less expensive than on premises
still have to logon
Still have to logon
  • Not completely transparent yet, but
  • Standard, secure logon
  • Basically once a day, 8 hour timeout
  • Really isn’t some logon more secure
  • Remote access requires logon anyway
no easy across the board customization
No easy across-the-board customization
  • First, you can create templates and use them on a site collection by site collection basis
  • Second, with logo’s, themes, etc., configuration provides lots of identity
  • Thirdly, so what, customization has always been overrated
can t do real business intelligence
Can’t do real business intelligence
  • Well, maybe, but not for long
  • Excel service
  • Publishing from Excel 2013
  • And POWER BI!!!
    • Power BI to the Cloud, first
can t search on premises material
Can’t search on premises material
  • No, not true, use of a “reverse proxy” server accomplishes this
can t do remote blog storage
Can’t do remote blog storage
  • Well, not entirely true
  • There is a complex way of essentially doing this
    • Azure
hybrid models
Hybrid Models
  • Do everything you can in the cloud
  • Create minimal on premises deployments to support SharePoint Online and do the things on premises that you can’t do online
    • And, I wager there will be less and less of that …
migration and the like
Migration, and the like
  • Think about build structure – site collections – and copy/moving content
  • Think about on premises to online site collection copy/moving
    • Metalogix
    • MetaVis
    • dSHIFT
come to the cloud
Come to the Cloud
  • It is the future of SharePoint
  • It is the future of Microsoft
    • Services and devices
  • It is very groovy, and
  • I like it!