Category: TweetJam

CollabTalk tweetjam - The Practical Application of AI and Machine-Learning

What Does AI Look Like in the Enterprise?

For this month’s CollabTalk tweetjam, we’ll be exploring a topic that has been popping up again and again: what is the enterprise story around artificial intelligence (AI) and machine-learning (ML). There are a lot of really exciting products and services being built around AI+ML, but many are recognizing the gap...

Takeaways from Microsoft Inspire 2018

Feedback from the Channel on Microsoft Inspire 2018 (#MSInspire)

July is the month for Microsoft’s worldwide partner conference — Microsoft Inspire — which has moved to Las Vegas for the next several years. In past years, many product and partner program details were shared primarily through Inspire (formerly WPC), Ignite, Build, TechEd, and other regional events. We now see...

CollabTalk TweetJam for May 2018

Takeaways from #SharePoint Conference North America (#SPC18)

The big news this week within the SharePoint and broader Office 365 community is, of course, that the SharePoint Conference is back in Las Vegas this week, with ‘SharePoint Conference North America’ kicking off today in coordination with the SharePoint Virtual Summit. While being run by a 3rd party team...

CollabTalk TweetJam on Creating and Supporting a Successful Community

Sharing Best Practices for Community-Building

The definition of “community” in its most basic form is “a group of people with shared interests.” Community-building may take many different forms, and organizers may prescribe to different approaches and philosophies — but it always comes back to that simple, core definition. Without shared interests (i.e. shared purpose) there...

CollabTalk tweetjam -- The Rise of the Business App

Improving Productivity with Business Apps

One of the fastest growing areas within Microsoft’s many different productivity solutions has been PowerApps and Flow, helping to expand the concept of the “citizen developer” within the enterprise through the creation of Business Apps. By providing templates that end users can leverage to build custom software-as-a-service (SaaS) applications, and the...

The Road to #SPC18 and Las Vegas

The SharePoint Product Team, Community Questions, and #SPC18

The SharePoint Conference North America (www.SharePointNA.com) is rapidly approaching, and things are heating up! Microsoft is partnering with an external event team, and has put together an advisory board of MVPs and Regional Directors to make the much-loved SharePoint Conference a reality once again, which will take place at the...

CollabTakl TweetJam for January 2018

The Line Between Project Management and Collaboration Technology

Is there a line between Project Management tools and systems and your collaboration platforms? When I worked as a technical project manager in the 1990’s and grew into roles where I built out and managed project and portfolio management systems, these tools were often separate platforms, and outside of the...

CollabTalk TweetJam stats from tyGraph for 2017

TweetJam Stats for 2017

The CollabTalk TweetJam was launched in January 2012 as an efforts to get insights and share experiences beyond the echo chamber of my own company and professional network. Since inception, I have tried to touch on many of the pressing questions of the day, or new technology innovations happening within...

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 next #CollabTalk tweetjam, with...

Moving Skype for Business to Microsoft Teams

Moving Skype for Business to Microsoft Teams

The breaking news of Microsoft’s plan to merge Skype for Business capabilities into its Microsoft Teams road map caught quite a few people off guard. Teams has been picking up steam, and with the clear overlap in capability (Teams was architected using the same code base), many within the community...