Predictions for SharePoint and Office 365 in 2018

My SharePoint and Office 365 Predictions for 2018

In this month’s CollabTalk tweetjam on “Community Predictions for SharePoint and Office 365 in 2018“, I asked the people to weigh in on their picks for biggest stories of 2017, as well as where they thought things would go in 2018. Clearly, Microsoft Teams was the dominant Office 365 story...

Troubled Clouds on the horizon

Outlining the Top Concerns for Hybrid SharePoint

As you all know, I’ve been working on a blog and video interview series on the AvePoint site for the last few months on the topic of Hybrid SharePoint, and recently concluded the first segment of that series, entitled “Top Hybrid Concerns.” Each of the blog posts is paired with...

Office 365 Advanced eDiscovery

Import Non-Office 365 Content for Advanced eDiscovery Analysis

What It Is: Office 365 Advanced eDiscovery uses machine-learning and predictive analytics to refine and de-duplicate the data subset for review, allowing you to focus your eDiscovery efforts on the most relevant content, whether from within Office 365 (Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, OneDrive for Business, Skype for Business, Office 365...

Community Predictions for SharePoint and Office 365 in 2018

Year-End Predictions for SharePoint and Office 365

It is once again time for our year-end mega-tweetjam where experts, influencers, and community members will assemble and share their takeaways from the past year — and make their predictions for the next year. Join us on Thursday, December 28th from 8am to 9am Pacific for the┬ánext #CollabTalk tweetjam, with...

Microsoft Connections marketing tools for Office 365

Microsoft Connections (No, it’s not a dating app)

What It Is: While attending Microsoft Inspire in Washington DC this past July, which is the re-branded Worldwide Partner Conference, one of the minor announcements that stood out to me was the preview of the new Microsoft Connections, a streamlined email marketing campaign tool for Office 365 business accounts that...

Kitty loves the new Resume Assistant in Word

Resume Assistant in Word, Powered by LinkedIn

What It Is: There were a few people scratching their heads when Microsoft acquired LinkedIn, spending $26 billion on the purchase, but not me — I was excited about the expansion possibilities to the Microsoft Graph, the Dynamics platform, and even to typically internal-facing collaboration platforms like SharePoint and Outlook....