When Microsoft talks about “working like a network,” most people instantly think of specific tools or features within the Microsoft collaboration stack. But what is the “science” behind your network? This session will shed some light on how personal and professional networks interact, how they impact the quality and effectiveness of our collaboration, and how Microsoft is already using this information to build more intuitive, flexible, and ready-to-go solutions.
Benefits of Attending this Session:
- An understanding of why social collaboration improves corporate communication and information sharing.
- An understanding of the need for structured collaboration (taxonomy, governance) as well as automation (Office Graph).
- Examples and use cases of ways that the SharePoint UX can be improved based on what we’ve learned from social networking science.