Overview of SharePoint 2013
This module provides an overview of SharePoint Server 2013, its key technologies, architecture and user experience. It will position SharePoint Server 2013 versus SharePoint Server 2016 and SharePoint Online and the available hybrid features.
Discovering SharePoint sites
SharePoint is a powerful site provisioning engine allowing you to create different sites for your projects, teams, meetings, products... In this module you will learn about site creation, the use of different site collections and the different site templates that are available.
- SharePoint Architecture
- Sites vs Site Collections
- SharePoint Team Site
- Discovering the Blog and Community Site Template
- Creating your own Site Templates
SharePoint Content Management
SharePoint offers rich content management features. Lists and Libraries are the core content management components allowing you to store data and documents. Furthermore, we look at metadata, views and content types.
- Basics of Apps, Lists and Libraries
- Discovering a Custom List, Document Library, Calendar and Task List
- Working with metadata and different column types
- Creating new views
- Creating new Content Types
- Content Type guidelines
SharePoint Store Apps
SharepPoint 2013 allows site owners to extend their sites using apps. You can browse your
corporate catalog or visit the public store to find the functionality your looking for.
- Browsing the SharePoint App Store
- Installing and Working with SharePoint Apps
Changing, customizing and branding SharePoint Sites
The landing page will play an important role within your site. It's probably the most visited page and should show the right information. Equally important for your users is the navigation. Navigation should be simple and intuitive to use. It allows your user to navigate to different part of your or other sites.
- The SharePoint App Launcher and Ribbon
- SharePoint Wiki Pages
- Changing the content of SharePoint pages
- How to work with Web Parts?
- Different types of Navigation
- Navigation best practices
- Modifying Composed Looks
Document Management is
probably the most popular functionality of SharePoint. SharePoint Document Libraries allow you to easily manage versions, work together with your colleagues on the same document, assign metadata or work with different document templates.
- Keep track of different versions
- Configure check-out and Approval
- Grouping documents in Document Sets
- Receive email Alerts
- Co-Authoring on Office documents
- Recycle Bin
- Using OneDrive for Business
User Management & Permissions
SharePoint allows you to store your data in a secure and protected way. As site owner you can control access to the content stored within your site. You can invitate colleagues and decide if they get read access or more.
- SharePoint Permissions and Permission Levels
- Granting access at site and library level
- Working with users, domain groups and SharePoint groups
- Breaking permission inheritance
- Sharing your content with your colleagues
Synchronizing data between SharePoint Online and the Office clients
SharePoint provides a seamless integration with the Office clients Word, Excel, Outlook, Access... From simply opening and saving documents from Office to SharePoint to exporting and importing data with Excel and Access.
- Synchronizing calendars and contacts with Microsoft Outlook
- Exporting and importing SharePoint data to Microsoft Excel and Microsoft Access
Enterprise Content Management
Enterprise Content Management helps you by giving you tools to organize and manage content throughout the content life cycle, from creation to archive.
It allows you to enforce different policies on your documents and to manage metadata and content types at enterprise level.
- Metadata at enterprise level with the Managed Metadata Service
- Terms and TermSets
- Publishing of Enterprise Content Types
- Moving Documents with Send To
- Classifying documents with the Content Organizer
- Record Management
- Policies: Auditing, Expiration, Data Loss Prevention and Document Deletion
SharePoint includes the ability to search
for content inside SharePoint across multiple sites and site collections and outside SharePoint on file shares, websites, databases.... The SharePoint Search query syntax includes the ability to refine a search based on a number of configurable refiners to find the data you are looking for. Modern SharePoint environments will not only use search by using the Search Centers but will also incorporate Search to drive
navigation and to aggregate content from different locations.
- Search query syntax
- Configuring the Search Engine
- Working with Result Sources
- Defining and using managed properties
- People Search
- Query Rules
- Search web parts
- Result Types
Understanding Office 365
Move your business ahead with the latest Office, fully installed, plus integrated collaboration services coupled with advanced compliance features and full IT power.
- Introduction to Office 365?
- Key Office 365 Features
- Office 365 Subscription plans
- Office 365 Services: Exchange online, Skype for Business, SharePoint Online...
- Hybrid SharePoint Online