Build on your Microsoft Teams & Office 365 Groups Knowledge Office 365 is many things to many people: email and calendar (Exchange Online); file storage and sharing (OneDrive for Business); instant messaging, meetings, and conferencing (Skype for Business); intranet and team sites (SharePoint); enterprise social (Yammer); and more. In 2016, Microsoft added two new features… READ MORE
I’ve been blogging about bots since April, 2016 which was about the time I discovered Microsoft’s amazing bot framework. I’ve written a series of how to detect user intent based on text messages using LUIS (Language Understanding Intelligent Service) you can find it here. In this post I’ll talk about understanding user emotion using the Giphy… READ MORE
Context to function, Function to context – confused already? (a story about Classic sites, Office 365 Groups, Teams, and navigation) If you don’t care about the backdrop or thought process, skip to the end about how I envision Office 365 Groups to help organisations in the future. Once upon a time someone came up with… READ MORE
There’s a saying that goes “If you want to go fast, go alone; but if you want to go far, go together.” Often on IT projects, we’re challenged to do both – go fast and far! That is the space in which Microsoft Teams plays. With a little bit of planning, Teams can help your… READ MORE
Join Jeremy Thake, VP of Product Technology at Hyperfish learning how Microsoft Teams can encourage your employees to unlock the value of all of Office 365. Microsoft Teams is built on top of Office 365 Connected Groups which gives members access to Planner, Shared Calendars, Document Libraries and much more.
Imagine you are a sales person (without Microsoft Teams) out on the road and you get an Email from a potential customer. The customer is asking for a special deal which requires you to discuss it further with your sales team. Normally, you’d forward the Email to your colleagues and then Email tennis would continue for the next few hours. Then, after a… READ MORE