Category: Microsoft Teams

CollabTalk TweetJam November 2018

Information Architecture and Microsoft Teams

As Microsoft Teams increases in popularity, one question that continues to arise is “How does Teams align with the rest of my information architecture?” Many have spent years organizing and orchestrating IA within our SharePoint environments, only to see the rapid adoption of Teams with a somewhat less obvious IA...

Office 365 Developer Booptcamp

InsiderDevTour and Office 365 Developer Bootcamp Utah

If you’re interested in Microsoft technologies and are on the technical track, there are two annual events that you need to be aware of: The Insiders Dev Tour, and the Global Office 365 Developer Bootcamp. Here’s a quick post to share some of the details for these events — and...

MVPbuzzChat with Kevin Crossman

#MVPbuzzChat with Kevin Crossman

For Episode 24 of the #MVPbuzzChat interview series, I sat down to talk with fellow Office Servers & Services MVP Kevin Crossman (@kevincrossman), Manager of IT Collaboration (Office 365 Content Collaboration Service Owner) at Juniper Networks, based in Sunnyvale, California (near where I grew up, btw). Kevin has had his MVP for...

#MVPbuzzChat with Haniel Croitoru

#MVPbuzzChat with Haniel Croitoru

For Episode 22 of the #MVPbuzzChat series, I chatted with Haniel Croitoru (@HCroitoru), an Office Servers and Services MVP who cut his teeth on SharePoint and the rest of the Office 365 suite, but has more recently expanded his focus to include the Business Solutions space. Haniel is a Lead...

The #DigitalSackLunch video series

Talking Microsoft Teams with Pouneh and Karuana

I’m sure some of you are wondering if I am still writing regular articles, or focusing more on video. Well, I’ve just about caught up with my video and podcast backlog, and am wrapping up two major research projects (both will be available later this month), and will soon move...

#MVPbuzzChat with Hal Hostetler

#MVPbuzzChat with Hal Hostetler

In episode 10 of #MVPbuzzChat, I connected with Outlook MVP Hal Hostetler (@TVWizard), a Senior Field Engineer with Roland Schorr, & Tower, based out of Tuscon, Arizona. Hal has been a Microsoft MVP for more than 22 years, across a number of different categories. That is an amazing accomplishment! In...

#MVPbuzzChat with Jared Matfess

#MVPbuzzChat with Jared Matfess

In episode 8 of #MVPbuzzChat, I sat down with fellow Office Servers & Services MVP Jared Matfess (@JaredMatfess), a Practice Area Lead in Technology Enablement at Slalom Consulting, and who is based out of Hartford, Connecticut.  If memory serves me, we first crossed paths a few years back through SPTechCon Boston, or...

#MVPbuzzChat with Tom Arbuthnot

#MVPbuzzChat with Tom Arbuthnot

In Episode 4 of the #MVPbuzzChat video series, I’m joined in the Microsoft Studios in Redmond, Washington by fellow Office Servers & Services MVP Tom Arbuthnot (@tomarbuthnot), who is a Principal Solutions Architect with Modality Systems, and is a Microsoft Certified Master (MCM) in the Skype platform. In fact, Tom...

Mastering Knowledge and Records Management in Office 365 with Colligo

The Role of Email in Knowledge and Records Management

Since the early 1990’s, email has been a core part of enterprise collaboration and communication. As I outlined in a webinar yesterday, hosted by Colligo and in support of their Email Manager for Office 365 solution, I shared some of the history and continued importance of email within Knowledge Management (KM)...

Travel Plans for Spring 2018

Travel Plans: Heading to Branson, Seattle, and Washington DC

Recognizing the need to get back into the habit of sharing details on some of the upcoming events at which I’ll be presenting, I thought I’d publish a quick post on my travel plans for the next month. If you are thinking about attending one or more of them, there...