Auto-Provisioning SharePoint Sites and Teams: a Blog Post list

Joanne KleinFollowJul 18 · 3 min read I recently put out a Twitter poll asking what technique organizations were currently using for creating SharePoint sites/Microsoft Teams in their tenant. Here are the results from 155 votes: By those numbers, a majority of organizations (61%) are not giving end-users free-reign to create their own SharePoint Site/Teams. I believe the … Continue reading Auto-Provisioning SharePoint Sites and Teams: a Blog Post list

10 Proven Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Office 365 Business Investment

Courtesy of the great folks at Office365 Adoption Leadership Buy-In: It’s paramount that business leadership understands that Office 365 is a productivity platform, and not just email. Office 365 is a powerful tool that will provide a competitive advantage and ensure that the next generation of employees have the tools it takes to succeed. Office … Continue reading 10 Proven Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Office 365 Business Investment

Connect to the services you use with Power BI

Courtesy of Maggie Sparkman and Adam Saxton You can connect to a number of services you use to run your business, such as Salesforce, Microsoft Dynamics, and Google Analytics. Power BI starts by using your credentials to connect to the service, and then creates a Power BI app with a dashboard and a set of … Continue reading Connect to the services you use with Power BI

Explore Microsoft Teams, Windows 10 and Office 365 in an interactive online session

Today’s fast-paced workplace requires you to transition between tasks seamlessly and find things quickly. As work and collaboration evolve to become more web-based and complex, changing professional styles call for tools that provide agility across the full span of a workday. Instead of wasting time searching for your most-used features and content, you need technology … Continue reading Explore Microsoft Teams, Windows 10 and Office 365 in an interactive online session

The Site Mailbox is going away in SharePoint Online

Courtesy Vlad Catrinecu This morning, Microsoft published a message in the Office 365 Admin Center for administrators who have at least one Site Mailbox in their organization. Starting as soon as March 2017 (in only 1 month), you will no longer be able to create new Site Mailboxes, however any Site mailboxes will continue to … Continue reading The Site Mailbox is going away in SharePoint Online

Can a business survive without Microsoft SharePoint and Office 365?

By Derek Walter | Dec 30, 2015 Can a business survive without Microsoft SharePoint and Office 365? Debatable, based on the interest stories about these products generate each year. In 2015, we saw the release of two SharePoint 2016 previews, which have received generally positive reviews to date. Want to know something specific? Odds are … Continue reading Can a business survive without Microsoft SharePoint and Office 365?

Introducing boards in Office Delve—a new way to organize and share work

As Office Delve continues to roll out to Office 365 business customers, we love hearing about how people are using this new, innovative experience to discover and explore content that’s relevant to the work they and their teams are doing. Using Office Graph, an intelligent fabric that applies machine learning to content and interactions occurring in Office 365, Delve … Continue reading Introducing boards in Office Delve—a new way to organize and share work

Videos for SharePoint Online

  Beginner Video: Introduction to librariesIn this introductory video you will get an overview of how working with SharePoint libraries can help you organize documents and other files. Video: Renaming, deleting and adding files within a libraryWorking with files in a SharePoint library is easy. This short video shows you how to quickly rename, delete, … Continue reading Videos for SharePoint Online

What’s new with O365 for October 2014

Courtesy O365 teamOctober featured updates pretty much across all Office 365 services. First was the launch of Office Sway, the first completely new Office experience in over a decade. Students and teachers can look forward to updates for OneNote, a new class notebook app, Office Mix and more. Office 365 small and midsize business customers … Continue reading What’s new with O365 for October 2014

Microsoft Eliminates Some SharePoint Online Features

Courtesy of Kurt Mackie Microsoft has killed off a few SharePoint Online features. Notes and Tags were deprecated last month. In addition, a Tasks menu option was removed from the SharePoint Online menu, and the Tasks page is subject to removal after one year. The Sync to Outlook feature in SharePoint Online is also subject … Continue reading Microsoft Eliminates Some SharePoint Online Features