In our last business transformation session at AMPLEXOR in Belgium, I gave a presentation on how external collaboration is supported within Office 365. This presentation triggered a lot of questions with all the participants showing high interest in our demos.Read more
Information within organizations is often shared through email attachments or vulnerable free file sharing solutions. This can have some serious consequences whenever the wrong information is being used or shared amongst others such as unclear instructions, decisions made on outdated information, lack of collaboration, etc.Read more
In a previous blog post, we discussed the various Office 365 products that can be included in a Group, one of which is Microsoft Teams. Microsoft Teams, Microsoft’s answer to competing product Slack, has been in “preview” mode since 2016. Only recently has the feature been released to all Office 365 users worldwide.Read more
The Office 365 Groups service is not new and simply acts as a central location for a group of users to access and manage a set of products within Office 365. Azure Active Directory is used to provide a group with single sign-on functionality to access all products within a set.
The goal of Groups is to improve the collaboration experience, and this blog explains the various Office 365 products that can be included in a group.Read more
In a previous blogpost, we discussed how traditional Intranets have shifted to become part of a bigger ecosystem: a totality where people, processes and information are connected, supported by technology in an extension of the traditional workplace - hence the term "Digital Workplace".
In this post, we'll elaborate on the main business drivers that justify a digital workplace.Read more
In recent years, Microsoft Office 365 has expanded to include a large group of products and services, all of which are continually enhanced with new features. Previously, Office 365 was simply a collection of siloed products, but now those products interact and add even more value to your organization through services, such as My Analytics, Office Graph and Office 365 Groups. We often hear "Office 365 can do everything" or "Office 365 will solve all your problems". But do you really know what you get when you buy Office 365?Read more
Technology is transforming industries and business models by helping enterprises control increasing volumes of data and content, and by facilitating rapid collaboration and connectivity. Microsoft is at the forefront of this transformation.
By combining cutting-edge features with familiar tools, Microsoft’s Office 365 Suite and SharePoint solutions enable businesses to become “digital enterprises” that adapt to evolving customer needs, capitalize on new business opportunities and exceed business goals.Read more
Our workday world has changed dramatically. Those changes present the enterprises and their information workers today with a number of important challenges:
- higher workplace flexibility (working remotely and offline, from home as well as on-the-go);
- usage of mobile devices;
- the expectation that tools will improve productivity, and
- the trend of bring-your-own-device
In a previous post, we highlighted Microsoft Office 365 as a SAAS solution. Office 365 offers a number of advantages that resolve common frustrations in the digital workplace: integration of applications, collaboration with coworkers and sharing files with external partners. The platform also presents new possibilities in contextualization with Delve.Read more
People don't understand why the tools they use in the office should be more complex than the tools they use at home. They want to work when, where and how they want, on the devices of their choice. Enter the buzzword "‘The Digital Workplace’. The Digital Workplace encompasses all the technologies people use to get their work done in new, flexible and innovative ways.Read more