Session Abstract: IT103
Building the On Premise App Management Service Application
Audience: IT Pro, Architect, Admin
In this session Steve will introduce you to the new Application Management Service that is required for managing our on premise Apps store and allowing our users to browse Apps from the online marketplace. We will cover the architecture through to the installation, configuration and management of the new service.
Session Abstract: BUS608
SharePoint Roll out and User Adoption in a Global Company
This session reviews the introduction of SharePoint at Johnson Matthey an international speciality chemicals company, founded almost 200 years ago in London. Introducing a new way of working into a global company with over 12,000 employees in 32 countries is always a challenge, when the software is SharePoint things can get complicated.
We will focus on the potential challenges of introducing SharePoint on a global scale with an eye on a wide range of considerations including practical tasks that had to be completed before SharePoint could be implemented such as software upgrades and migration of content from network drives through to softer topics such as how Johnson Matthey approached marketing SharePoint to their users to raise awareness, this is not the easiest thing to achieve when your users vary from Senior Scientists to Personal Assistants.
Whether you are currently planning your SharePoint roll out or you are wrestling with user adoption this session will show you how Johnson Matthey met these challenges.
Session Abstract: DEV208
Get Some REST: Taking Advantage of the SharePoint 2013 REST API's
This session looks at what developers can do with the SharePoint Search API to create custom search applications. Weather your goal is to enhance the SharePoint Search center or create custom search applications that take advantage of SharePoint’s powerful search engine, this session offers tools and techniques to help you build the solution and get the most from SharePoint Search. This session will discuss:
Session Abstract: DEV208
Using Access 2013 to Rapidly Build Enterprise SharePoint Applications – With No Code!
Audience: Developer / IT Pro / Architect / Power User
Access 2013 brings your databases to the web, so they’re more useful than ever. Now, Access apps can be hosted on any SharePoint site—running on-premise or through Office365. Team members can securely collaborate through a web browser, and everything is easy to manage for central IT. A new, simplified design experience empowers everyday users create professional solutions themselves. All the data is stored in a full-fledged SQL database, so apps are also fast, scalable, and extensible.