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Posts Tagged ‘SharePoint’

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Apr , 17

Comparison between Microsoft Teams and Slack – which one is better for your business?

  There is a change in the way Enterprises work. Collaboration takes almost 80% more time of employees, compared to the traditional ways of working, which mostly consisted of working in silos. Many users vouch for Office 365 and the reasons are plentiful. Some of which we had covered in our latest blog, ‘Top 10 [...]

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Nov , 16

Microsoft announces launch of Microsoft Teams for Office 365 users

  Does the launch of Microsoft Teams mean that Skype, SharePoint and Yammer will become redundant? Find out with what Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella has to say and if Microsoft Team will really replace the existing communication stack of Microsoft.   Microsoft has announced the launch of Microsoft Teams, which is a complete hub for [...]

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Apr , 16

New reporting portal in the Office 365 admin center

    Microsoft introduced a new “reporting portal” that’s just recently been rolled out to the public.   Among several fresh features, the reporting portal is now showing the different user’s activity within the Office 365 Admin Center itself. This Admin Center is the portal Microsoft has been pushing for their subscribers to use for [...]

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Oct , 15

What is Office 365 Planner and is it worth using?

  In our recent post about the up and coming Office 2016, we offhandedly mentioned something called Office 365 planner. Here, we’ll dive into what this new Microsoft functionality is and how it truly measures up to its alternatives.   There are quite a number of platforms in the market today that can be used [...]

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Aug , 15

Collab365 – The Office 365, SharePoint (Online and On-Premises) and Azure Global Conference

  Source: http://www.matthiaseinig.de/wp-content/2015/02/Collab365.png As of last week, the world received an announcement that Microsoft will be hosting the next 24 hour Collab365 web conference on October 7th – 8th 2015.   What this is going to be about?   As this is one of Microsoft’s attempts to engage with their audience and let them know [...]