Adding a new Team Site to a SharePoint install is as easy as clicking a button — and then just waiting a couple of minutes.
New Team Sites can be themed. SharePoint gives you a library of themes you can quickly apply to your Sites.
A new Team Site is provisioned with basic tools, ready for you to start adding content and customisations.
SharePoint 2013's timeline tools add a basic project timeline to a Team Site. You can customise them by adding tasks and due dates.
Once you've applied themes and customised a site, you can use it as a hub for a project with timelines and document libraries.
SharePoint 2013's admin tools can be used to control the collections that form the basis of sites and document storage. You can manage owners and quotas, as well as restore deleted data.
Users get a basic dashboard where they can manage their own sites and services, as well as shortcuts to SharePoint developer tools.
Adminstrators get access to tools to control users, including using role- and user-based access controls.
SharePoint 2013's social enterprise tools show up in the redesigned MySites, with a social newsfeed that lets you subscribe to other users' content and updates.
You can use the About Me section of a MySite to share details about who you are, what you do and what documents and Team Sites you're currently interested in.
Microsoft is hosting a SharePoint Store, where you can buy and download apps that take advantage of the new Office development model and integrate with SharePoint sites and Office applications.