Insights on the Future of SharePoint
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The Network Science Behind "Working Like a Network"
Insights on the Future of SharePointChristian Buckley, BeezyLiam Cleary, Protiviti
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What is the future of SharePoint?
SharePoints future is murkySharePoint has multiple personalities: on-prem and onlineLack of control over new featuresNo concrete roadmap for socialApp Store model has not succeededConfusing story for devsMigration to the cloud is hardUX not keeping up with end user demandsWhat they were saying a few years ago
SharePoint Growth & Evolution
Microsoft has a new vision of productivity and collaboration. Satya Nadella talked about the transformation happening across the company during his WPC keynote 10
The Future of SharePoint
Event held May 4th at The Village in downtown San Francisco
About a decade ago (or more its all so foggy now), Google came out with an ad campaign that stated Its all about search. I remember mocking the slogan at the time as over-simplifying things just a tad. As a collaboration guy, I argued that navigation and taxonomy and governance and a dozen other factors were equally as important. The more I worked with SharePoint customers and understood the impacts of poor planning and the sometimes shortcomings of the technology, the more I realized how important search was to successful collaboration. It really is all about search.
When Microsoft talks about working like a network, most people instantly think of specific tools or features within the Microsoft collaboration stack. But what is the science behind your network? This session will shed some light on how personal and professional networks interact, how they impact the quality and effectiveness of our collaboration, and how Microsoft is already using this information to build more intuitive, flexible, and ready-to-go solutions.
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What was announced?
SharePoint Team Sites Re-branded
Simplified Site Provisioning
New Home Page
New Publishing Pages
New Authoring Experience
PowerApps and Microsoft Flow
Copy / Move
What are the impacts of these changes to Devs, IT Pros, and End Users?
How soon will we see these changes?
Delivered in some form in Q2 or Q3 this year
Access to SharePoint Online document libraries and Office 365 Group files from the OneDrive mobile app.Intelligent discovery of documents from both OneDrive and SharePoint.Copy from OneDrive to SharePoint in the OneDrive web experience.OneDrive Universal Windows Platform (UWP) application.Modern document library experience (currently rolling out to First Release tenants)SharePoint mobile app for iOSSharePoint home in Office 365Modern lists experienceSite activity and insights on the Site Contents pageThe Files API on Microsoft GraphSharePoint Webhooks (preview)Client-side web parts for existing pages (preview)Dynamic conditional access policies
Bring your own encryption keyGranular access controlsSharePoint site classificationHybrid SharePoint Insights (preview)Delivered before the end of 2016
Document analytics surfaced in OneDrive to provide insight into usage, reach and impact.Synchronization of SharePoint Online document libraries with the new OneDrive sync client.Synchronization of shared folders with the new OneDrive sync client.Mobile access to SharePoint document libraries in on-premises farms.Move and copy files between OneDrive and SharePoint in web experiences.Integration of SharePoint sites and Office 365 GroupsSimple, fast site creationModern pages experienceTeam and organizational news and announcementsPowerApps and Microsoft Flow integration with SharePointThe Sites API on Microsoft GraphSharePoint Webhooks (GA)Custom sites on the SharePoint FrameworkNew datacenters in Germany and Canada
More to come!Watch http://blogs.office.com
The Future of SharePoint Jeff Teper http://bit.ly/21xagOJThe Future of SharePoint Keynote Office Videos http://bit.ly/1qvkNfX SharePoint Server 2016your foundation for the future SharePoint Team http://bit.ly/1Zdjxtv SharePointthe mobile and intelligent intranet SharePoint Team http://bit.ly/1NWnXUW The SharePoint Frameworkan open and connected platform SharePoint Team http://bit.ly/1W9ij4U SharePoint has a great Future Liam Cleary (MVP) http://bit.ly/1TgDYHE Thoughts About The Future of SharePoint Michael Sampson http://bit.ly/1U0NIQD Breakdown of the Future of SharePoint Announcements buckleyPLANET (MVP) http://bit.ly/1TgvK2j The Future of SharePoint is All About You Susan Hanley (MVP) http://bit.ly/1U0uyu1 The Future of SharePoint event: a recap Jason Himmelstein (MVP) http://bit.ly/1WEN69D Beezy and the Future of SharePoint Beezy blog http://bit.ly/25bJrVL SharePoint's Roadmap: See What's Coming Benjamin Niaulin (MVP) http://bit.ly/21xegPo HUGE NEWS The Future of SharePoint Laura Rogers (MVP) http://bit.ly/1R9WBFG Roadmap to the Future of SharePoint Bob German http://bit.ly/27Ck6mP My Verdict On The Future of SharePoint Mark Rackley (MVP) http://bit.ly/1ToRCp5 Resources
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