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    SessionAgenda

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    TodaysITChallenges

    EmployeeSelf Service

    Portal

    Project XSite

    BusinessIntelligenceDashboard

    ExtranetCollaboration

    Site

    CustomSAP

    Front-End

    GenevaOfficeSite

    Knowledge

    ManagementPortal

    B2BSupply ChainNews/Alerts

    R&DCommunity

    CustomerService

    Site

    RegulatoryComplianceRepository

    CorporateWeb

    Presence

    Team ABCSite

    SalesDivisionPortal

    WeeklyIssue Tracking

    Meeting

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    BusinessImpact

    Islands of information and applications

    Slow responsiveness to business and user needs

    Costly custom development and maintenance

    Poor sharing inside and outside the organization

    Difficult to find the right content, data, andpeople

    Increasing information management risk

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    CustomerPainsContentManagement Search

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    WhyCustomersCareaboutECM

    ECM

    Reusinginformationisdifficult

    InabilitytoprotectsensitiveinformationEfficiencyincollaborativeauthoring

    Riskofnon-compliancewithregulations

    RiskfromimproperlyretainingcontentRetainingrecordsforbusinesscontinuity

    Webmastersareacontentbottleneck

    Multiplesitetypesincreasemgmt.costs

    Brandassetsareimproperlyused

    Categorizationofpaperbasedinfo

    Automationofhighvolumeprocesses

    Imaging WebContentManagement

    DocumentManagement

    RecordsManagement

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    SearchChallenges

    Balancing the demands of people and IT manageability

    People

    I want an easy way to connect with

    the right information, when and whereI need it.

    IT Manageability

    How do I demonstrate value to our

    business?

    I need a search

    solution that:

    Unlocks all of our

    information.

    Is secure andmanageable.

    Grows as my

    organization needs

    change.

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    Searches per DayProfessional Workers 20

    Structured Task Workers 18

    Average hours a week spent searching 9.5Annual cost of inability to find information $5.3 Million *

    Sources

    Verus - Windows Live Enterprise Search, Dec 2006;

    IDC - Content Technologies Study, 20042005;

    Forrester - The Forrester Wave: Enterprise Search Platforms, Q2 2006 (38335), June 13, 2006

    *per 1,000 knowledge workers

    CustomerChallenges

    Inability to find information =

    The cost of ineffective search in the workplace

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    TheBusinessCollaborationPlatformfortheEnterpriseandtheInternet

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    ContentManagement

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    CaseStudy

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    DocumentCenter:FeatureReview

    Tag crossfarmwithsharedhierarchaltaxonomiesandtypes automaticallywithlocationbasedmetadatadefaultsDiscover

    withmetadatabasednavigation inclientandserver withlocationbasedviewdefinitions thebestcontentwithRatings thelatestversionwithUniqueDocumentIDs repositorieswithtiestoOfficeClientNew/Open/SaveManage

    withMetadatabasedcontentorganizer withMulti-stageretentionpolicies withLocation/Folderbasedpolicies

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    New object to manage work products made up of multiple documents ThinkFolder++Key Scenarios

    Tightcollectionofdocuments Asalesproposalthatincludesdocuments(proposal),spreadsheets(quotation),and

    presentations

    Heterogeneousfiletypesnotusuallyassembled Compounddocuments

    Ausermanualthatisanassembledroll-upofseparatesections

    Document Set Features

    SharedMetadata Customizedwelcomepage Defaultdocumentsadded Versioncapture Workflows Portability(download/upload/sendtorecordcenter)

    DocumentSets:ScenarioOverview

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    SharePointContent

    Metadata and tagging managed by same services

    Less storage and bandwidth for Office & binary content

    Interoperability framework to link legacy repositories

    ManagementEfficiency

    Pervasive records management and legal holds

    Enterprise-wide taxonomies and folksonomies

    Cross-farm policies and rules for all content types

    Flexibility andCompliance

    Intuitive interaction with content through Office

    Fast discovery using content metadata and tagging

    Rapid creation and publishing of web content

    User-centric

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    Sharepoint Content Demo

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    Search

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    SharePointSearch

    Improved scale to meet any demand volume

    Deployment-specific tuning for best results

    Search-driven applications to enrich platform

    EnterpriseDeployment

    Phonetic and multi-lingual for global relevance

    Social connections driven by interests and expertise

    Secure access to content, whether internal or external

    KnowledgeAmplification

    Improved relevance based on usage and historyRich results-navigators for shorter search time

    Support for 400+ content types and 85 languages

    Better Answers,Faster

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    Sharepoint Search Demo

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    WhatElseCanSharepointDo?

    Th B i C ll b ti Pl tf f th E t i

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    TheBusinessCollaborationPlatformfortheEnterpriseandtheInternet

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    MicrosoftSharePoint2010Ribbon UI

    SharePoint Workspace

    SharePoint Mobile

    Office Client and Office Web App Integration

    Standards Support

    Tagging, Tag Cloud, Ratings

    Social Bookmarking

    Blogs and Wikis

    My Sites

    Activity Feeds

    Profiles and Expertise

    Org Browser

    Enterprise Content TypesMetadata and Navigation

    Document Sets

    Multi-stage Disposition

    Audio and Video Content Types

    Remote Blob Storage

    List Enhancements

    Social Relevance

    Phonetic Search

    Navigation

    FAST Integration

    Enhanced Pipeline

    PerformancePoint Services

    Excel Services

    Chart Web Part

    Visio Services

    Web Analytics

    SQL Server Integration

    PowerPivot

    Business Connectivity Services

    InfoPath Form ServicesExternal Lists

    Workflow

    SharePoint Designer

    Visual Studio

    API Enhancements

    REST/ATOM/RSS

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    SharePointCommunities

    Work with peers whether online or offline

    Collaborate on the go through the mobile UI

    Enrich existing applications with social context

    ParticipationAnywhere

    Connecting users through enhanced profiles

    Staying up-to-date using news feeds and alerts

    Make expertise discovery easy across the enterprise

    SocialConnections

    Promote sharing with easy social authoring

    Easily navigate resources with pervasive tagging

    Find better answers faster via user feedback

    InformalKnowledge

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    SharePointInsights

    Advanced analysis with Excel ServicesRicher data visualization and easy sharing

    Incorporation of LOB data in data analysis

    Data interaction

    Drive accountability and alignment with scorecards

    Identify issues and opportunities with real-time access

    Improved API for richer extensibility and development

    OrganizationalEffectiveness

    Powerful Self-Service capabilities and visualizations

    Compelling dashboards to drive business results

    Rich reports with access to millions of rows

    Decision Making

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    Sandboxed Solutions for self-service and fast installation

    Platform stability with resource quota-management

    Standards support for integration and accessibility

    SolutionDeployment

    Business Connectivity Services for LOB data exchange

    LOB data in Outlook, Word & Workspace without code

    SharePoint data exposed through web services & APIs

    DataConnectivity

    Enhanced toolset for end-user solutionsProcess automation and data validation with Forms

    Visio services integration for data visualization

    User-DrivenSolutions

    SharePointComposites

    C lid t C ll b ti S l ti

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    ConsolidateCollaborationSolutionsAcross-capabilityplatformforhigherproductivityandROI

    SocialComputing

    EnterpriseContent

    Management

    EnterpriseSearch

    InternetSites

    BusinessIntelligence

    IntegratedCapabilities

    Reduced

    MaintenanceCross-Farm

    Management

    Cost-EffectiveTraining

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    Insights&Composites

    DemoChartWebPart

    AccessService

    PowerPivot

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    GartnerMagicQuadrants

    Social Computing

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    Microsoft SharePoint is the linchpin in Microsoft's strategy to retain and growits position in the enterprise amid emerging competition and new demands forcloud-based software.

    SharePoint encompasses a broad and expanding range of capabilities acrossportal, collaboration, content management, enterprise search, business processmanagement and business intelligence disciplines

    A steadily increasing number of Gartner clients are pursuing critical businessand IT initiatives with SharePoint in mind.

    SharePoint 2010, promises numerous improvements that better equip it as anenterprise portal framework, and as an environment for creating and deliveringcomposite applications.

    Microsoft SharePoint is the linchpin in Microsoft's strategy to retain and growits position in the enterprise amid emerging competition and new demands forcloud-based software

    SomeofGartnerComments

    F t C t

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    ForresterComments

    ROI. Based on the customer interviews, Forrester constructed a TEI framework for acomposite organization and the associated ROI analysis illustrating the financial impact

    areas. As seen in Table 1, the risk-adjusted ROI for the composite company not including

    any productivity benefits (see pages 21 to 24) is 108%, with a breakeven point (payback

    period) of fewer than 12 months after deployment.

    Benefits. Quantified benefits accruing to the composite organization, which reflect the

    experience and the expectations of the companies interviewed for the study, amount toapproximately $3.1 million (risk-adjusted, present value [PV]) over a three-year period. Thesefinancial benefits include cost savings related to avoiding replacement or upgrades to the

    company document management system and its portal platform.

    Costs. The costs for the upgrade to SharePoint 2010 sum to almost $1.5 million (risk-adjusted, PV) over the first three years. These costs include implementation labor,

    professional services fees for taxonomy development of an information architecture, andadditional server hardware costs as the company expands its SharePoint footprint from the

    existing collaboration platform to include document management and portal system

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    CaseStudies

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    Business Situation

    Withemployeesandinformationspreadacrossmanydifferentlocations,Sonywaslookingforwaystoimproveinformationaccess,enhancecollaboration,andmakebetteruseofinternalexpertresources.

    Solution

    BuildingonitsimplementationofMicrosoftOfficeSharePointServer2007,Sonybecameanearly

    adopterofMicrosoftSharePointServer2010,usingittoenhancethecorporateintranet.

    Benefits Increasedinnovationandsenseofcommunity

    Betteraccesstoinformationandin-houseexpertise

    Higherproductivity,lowercosts,fasterdevelopment

    Feedback

    Using the people and expertise search capabilities of SharePoint Server 2010, wecan easily find people internally who have the passion and skills to help with aparticular project, rather than hiring a consultant.

    Jim WhitmoyerBusiness Applications Manager, Sony Electronics

    Sony isaglobaltechnologyandentertainmentcompanywithmorethan170,000employees.ThecompanyhadnearlyU.S.$80billionin2008sales.

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    Business Situation

    WiT-Systems

    partoftelecommunicationsgiantDeutscheTelekom

    providesinformationandcommunicationstechnologysolutionstocorporationsandpublicinstitutionsthroughoutEurope

    Benefits

    ExpandedCollaboration

    IncreasedUserProductivity.

    LowerTotalCosts

    Feedback

    In addition to the better usability that we get with SharePoint Server 2010, weexpect to save 50 percent in licensing and infrastructure costs alone over our third-party collaboration system.Gerd Ludwig

    Systems Engineer, T-Systems

    T-Systems

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    2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows, Windows Vista and other product names are or may be registered trademarks

    and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of

    Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentations. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be

    a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation.

    MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.

    2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

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