Tuesday, December 4, 2012
12:00 - 1:00 PM EST
Microsoft SharePoint delivers a secure platform that allows a tailored approach towards achieving business goals with an Extranet. A SharePoint Extranet can support the following objectives:
Build an online community
Allow interaction between organization and customers, partners, vendors, and volunteers
Reduce supply chain inefficiencies
Offer customer self-service strategies
Share business resources with partners
There are some exciting licensing changes in SharePoint 2013 that really changes the game for both Extranets and public web sites. For on-premises installations, Microsoft is eliminating the For Internet Sites license requirement, bringing the licensing costs down significantly. Likewise in the cloud, Microsoft now provides up to 10,000 external user accounts for Extranets in Office 365, with no additional subscription fees.
Extranet User Manager extends SharePoint 2010 and 2013 to support delegated user management, self-service, and a rich login and account management user experience.
In this webinar, we will cover off the following topics:
The examples we will be showcasing are:
As an Internet web site members-only area developed for non-profit organizations (www.bgccan.com)
As a series of health care portals (www.problemgambling.ca)
As a platform for retail web sites to enable tenants to post promotions and job offerings (www.torontoeatoncentre.com)
As a Volunteer Information Portal for charitable events (Heart and Stroke Foundation)