Are you a member of many teams? Do you feel you are losing the overview. Do you just want to see what is most relevant to you right now? Then I have the following tips for you. Mark the teams that are relevant to what you work with (today and / or the coming days) … Continue reading Do you find it difficult to have an overview of the Teams and channels that are relevant to you?
How do you think about buying a new or upgrading your house? Should you build new or should you buy a used one? Whichever option you choose, the most important thing is that the new house meets the needs and requirements you have. It should be reasonably maintenance free. The roof must be tight. You … Continue reading Don’t let your cloud-based platform be “The Ugly Duckling”.
You brush your teeth every day to avoid getting toothache (and thus expensive and painful dental visits) but do you care for your information and your devices at work just as well to avoid future pain and costs? Can you be sure that your company has taken all necessary steps to protect the information you … Continue reading Awareness does not hurt but not bothering will cause pain sooner or later.
To be able to forward an email from Outlook into a Channel in a Microsoft Team is a great feature. It can be used to inform the team members of the content of an email you have received from an external user. Once forwarded into a proper channel the team members can view it and start a … Continue reading Forward an email from Outlook into a Channel in a Microsoft Team
I have been working with Office 365 since it was launched and since then I have been involved in several projects that involve the implementation of Office 365. Some have gone very well, some quite OK and some have gone less well. There is a common denominator for those who have gone very well and … Continue reading Do not underestimate the power of well-planned and well-performed user adoption
Are you going to migrate content to Microsoft Teams from SharePoint on-premises or file shares? Mapping, planning and preparation are usually the activity that require the most effort and time. The physical move doesn't always have to be so complicated. More details: Overview of the SharePoint Migration Tool. Introducing the SharePoint Migration Tool
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