“Adoption” is a hot topic for SharePoint pros—how can you increase user adoption in your organization? Alas, very often their complaint is: “We built it but they didn’t come!” The solution is to enable your users to digitally sign their documents from within their SharePoint system.
Office 365 is a comprehensive platform that delivers main pillars like email, calendar, collaboration (including search, document management…etc.), unified communications and social.
With a new man in town at Microsoft, it’s safe to say, Satya Nadella has made many bold and ambitious transitions that stay clear from the previous devices and services strategy, outlined by former CEO, Steve Ballmer, to a more mobile-first, cloud-first world.
At the SharePoint Connect 2014 conference (#SPcon14) in Amsterdam this month, I gave a keynote presentation on the very difficult proposition of integrating social into an organization. It’s a topic that I find myself writing about and talking with customers about more and more as organizations begin to seriously consider the implications of moving forward with some of Microsoft’s latest technology (Delve, Groups, inline social) being released within SharePoint Online and across the Office365 platform.
As the seasonal period quickly approaches, the discussions concerning what happens to supporting SharePoint over the holiday either approaches, or has been covered, or even assumed.
The Christmas period is of course where your SharePoint sponsors are more likely to show a little more concern than normal about how their SharePoint platforms are going to be monitored over the period.