As many of you know, the Android mobile operating system has exploded to be the second leading OS in the US. If you have an Android phone, wouldn’t it be great to get direct access to SharePoint Sites 2010 from your handset – and without the frustration of a mobile Web browser?
Well, now you’ve got it! NewsGator Social Sites 2010 for Android.
This Android application is a companion to NewsGator Social Sites 2010. You will need a NewsGator mobile license to deploy this application.
This Android application provides users with direct access to their Social Sites 2010 enterprise social computing environment. NewsGator Social Sites is the leading social business software most deeply integrated with the Microsoft SharePoint 2010 collaboration platform. This Android client gives Social Sites 2010 users the ability to access and interact with their activity stream, colleagues, and communities in SharePoint 2010. If you use a different type of smartphone you can access as well with Social Sites 2010 Mobile Clients for the iPhone, iPad, and BlackBerry®.
Social Sites 2010 Mobile Client users can:
View the activity stream to see what their colleagues are saying and doing
Enter a status update to keep colleagues informed of their latest accomplishments and activities
Access their community discussions and conversations
Upload videos, links, and photos to add richness to their interactions
Like or comment on colleague action and events (such as added documents, idea submissions, or bookmarked links)
Find and interact with colleagues and community members – initiate emails, phone calls, or targeted updates
Receive proactive notifications when colleagues like or comment on your activities
The Microsoft Office SharePointEnterprise 2010 is a collaborative application that can be used by multiple users connected to the same server. On an established SharePoint website for a server, you can upload files and edit other users’ work. You can also add new Web parts to files, such as adding a chart Web part containing data from another file stored on your computer. Adding a chart to a SharePoint Enterprise page can be helpful when you want to visually express data to other users connected to the SharePoint website.
Log into SharePoint site.
Navigate to the site where you want to create a Chart.
Select an existing page that you want to add the chart.
Click the Insert tab and then click Web Part.
Click the Business Data option from the Web Parts group. Click the Chart Web Part option and then click the Add button.
Click Save & Close.
Data and Appearance option and then click the Connect Chart to Data option.
Select your data source type, such as a Excel workbook that has been published to Excel Services or other data source type, and then click Next.
Select the file containing the data and then click the Next button two more times. ClickFinish and the chart with your data will appear on the page.
An Enterprise wiki helps users capture and publish knowledge that can be shared across the enterprise. When an organization needs an easy content editing experience in a single location for co-authoring content, conducting discussions, and managing projects, consider creating an Enterprise wiki.
To create an Enterprise wiki by using Central Administration
Verify that you have the following administrative credentials:
To use Central Administration, the user account that is performing this procedure must be a member of the Farm Administrators group.
NOTE: You can also create an Enterprise wiki as a sub-site of another site by clicking New Site on the Site Actions menu.
In the Web Application section, click the Web Application drop-down list to select the Web application where you want to create the Enterprise wiki.
In the Title and Description section, type a title in the Title box and, optionally, type a description in the Descriptionbox.
In the Web Site Address section, select / to create the Enterprise wiki at the root of the Web application, or select/sites/ to create the Enterprise wiki site at a specific path. If you select /sites/, you must also type the site name.
In the Template Selection section, click the Publishing tab, and then click Enterprise Wiki.
In the Primary Site Collection Administrator section, type the user name for the user who will be the site collection administrator.
In the Secondary Site Collection Administrator section, type the user name for the secondary administrator of the site collection.
Designating a secondary site collection administrator is a best practice to ensure that someone can manage the site collection when a primary site collection administrator is not present.
If you are using quotas to manage storage for site collections, in the Quota Template section, click a template in the Select a quota template list.
Create an Enterprise wiki by using Windows PowerShell
Verify that you meet the following minimum requirements: