This click-through flash demo shows a custom suite of Lotus Domino applications developed for a sales organization, and compares that with a Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 sales and inventory tracking application with the same functionality, while highlighting the integrated capabilities of the Microsoft platform using SharePoint Server 2007, Microsoft SQL Server, and Microsoft Office InfoPath 2007.
Project Tracking Application Template Comparison Demo
This click-through flash demo compares the two out-of-the-box project tracking template applications from Lotus Domino and Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services 3.0, and shows how the integrated platform of SharePoint Server 2007 and Microsoft Office system can create a more streamlined project management process.
Workflow Application Migration and Comparison Demo
This click-through flash demo shows a typical Lotus Domino workflow application and how SharePoint Server 2007 and Office InfoPath 2007 can be used to provide the same functionality. The demo also highlights the ease of creating a workflow enabled process using Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer.
Business Process and Forms Overview Demo
Get a first-hand look at how to fill out Microsoft Office InfoPath forms within the browser. This demo shows how InfoPath Forms Services help users fill out and submit InfoPath forms in a variety of browsers. You'll also see how InfoPath Forms Services help manage a variety of InfoPath forms solutions.
Microsoft Business Intelligence demo
This demo shows how a sales person uses Business Intelligence in their daily work to analyze and act on sales pipeline information.
Video: Introduction to Microsoft Business Intelligence
Watch this video to learn more about Microsoft BI and how it can help your organization.
Demo: Business Intelligence recorded demo
View this product demonstration to see Microsoft Business Intelligence in action.
Demo: Business Scorecard Manager 2005
Test-drive the scorecard application that can help your people align actions and decisions with company strategy.
Video series on getting the most out of SharePoint Designer 2007 - Powerful user interface and design tools
Office SharePoint Designer 2007 has a user interface that should look familiar to anyone who has used Microsoft Office products in the past. However, one of the noticeable changes from other Microsoft Office applications is the extensive use of task panes. Task panes allow users easy access to the tools that are most relevant for their current task. Watch this training for an overview of Office SharePoint Designer 2007 and how it provides tools to create no-code applications on the SharePoint platform.
Video series on getting the most out of SharePoint Designer 2007 - Customize SP sites
Office SharePoint Designer 2007 provides an intuitive what-you-see-is-what-you-get (WYSIWYG) environment for creating and customizing SharePoint sites and applications using Master Page and CSS technologies. You can take advantage of the power of ASP.NET as well as industry standard Extensible Hypertext Markup Language (XHTML) code and cascading style sheets (CSS) to build SharePoint sites that meet your needs and that meet industry standards for browser compatibility and accessibility. Watch this training to learn how.
Video series on getting the most out of SharePoint Designer 2007 - Create and Modify layout pages
Office SharePoint Designer 2007 has all the tools to help designers create ASP.NET master page layouts. Using master pages, you can create a single page template and then use that template as the basis for multiple pages in an application, instead of having to build each new page from scratch. With page layouts in Office SharePoint Server 2007, designers create the look and feel for a type of page, without worry about non-designers will break the brand or flow of the site. Get started building master pages right away with this training.
Video series on getting the most out of SharePoint Designer 2007 - Create and modify rules-based workflow applications
Office SharePoint Designer 2007 allows you to design workflows that add no-code application logic to SharePoint sites and applications. Using the Workflow Designer, you create rules that associate conditions and actions with items in SharePoint lists and libraries. Changes to items in lists or libraries trigger actions in the workflow. Watch this training and see how two common workflows are created using tools in Office SharePoint Designer 2007.
Video series on getting the most out of SharePoint Designer 2007 - Build composite no-code SharePoint applications
With Office SharePoint Designer 2007 no-code features, solution creators need not be solution developers. Designers can build sophisticated, collaborative, no-code tracking, reporting, and data-management solutions quickly and easily. Watch this training to see how to build a SharePoint composite application that provides a view of a company's products and its product categories. Update the site using simple form technology.
Video series on getting the most out of SharePoint Designer 2007 - Visual Studio Integration
With Office SharePoint Designer 2007, the end-to-end developer can use sophisticated design tools. Seamless integration with Microsoft Visual Studio allows for simple creation of Web parts, site features, and custom site definitions. Watch this training to learn how Office SharePoint Designer 2007 and Visual Studio Visual Studio extensions for WSPPS can be used together to build a site definition from scratch.
Streamline business processes with forms and workflows
In this demo, you'll see how employees at a fictitious company called Adventure Works use Office InfoPath 2007 forms and the built-in Approval workflow available in Office SharePoint Server 2007 to streamline their expense reporting process.
Connect people to information with portals
With Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007, organizations can easily create portal sites that connect individual sites across an organization and consolidate access to existing business applications. Teams and individuals in an organization can use a portal site to work collaboratively and access the people, information, and business applications they need to do their jobs. Office SharePoint Server 2007 also includes features that organizations can use to personalize the experience of a portal site for individual users. In this demo, you'll see how employees at a fictitious company called Adventure Works use their company's intranet portal site to find information and perform their jobs more efficiently.
Enterprise Content Management with SharePoint Server 2007
In this demo, you'll learn how a fictitious company called Adventure Works uses Office SharePoint Server 2007 to publish Web pages, archive and audit records, and manage documents. The demo specifically shows how the Technical Documentation team at Adventure Works uses a Document Center site as a centralized repository to create, organize, edit, and review all customer-facing external publications, such as user manuals and product specification sheets. This site uses document management features such as required check-out, major and minor versions, and content types. The writers at Adventure Works also use workflows on the content in the Document Center to manage the review and editing process for the documents that they create.