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How Microsoft Tools and Office 365 innovations are bringing in some enterprise oriented improvements in the industry. Check out here some latest curated resources for the same.

SharePoint innovations further advance intelligence and collaboration in Office 365 - Microsoft US Small and Midsize Business Blog. Last May, we unveiled a cloud-first, mobile-first vision and roadmap for SharePoint and OneDrive to empower people, teams and organizations to intelligently discover, share and collaborate on content from anywhere and on any device.

SharePoint innovations further advance intelligence and collaboration in Office 365 - Microsoft US Small and Midsize Business Blog

We promised to make file sharing both simple and powerful, to establish the mobile and intelligent intranet, to accelerate productivity with experiences that surface relevant, high-value information in the context of your work. Groups in Outlook vs Microsoft Teams vs SharePoint Online vs Yammer. Groups in Outlook vs Microsoft Teams vs SharePoint Online vs Yammer What are the differences between all Microsoft’s group collaboration products?

Groups in Outlook vs Microsoft Teams vs SharePoint Online vs Yammer

Last week I wrote about how I believe Microsoft Teams is the new front end for team collaboration. In the post I touched on the differences between the user experiences that are available. I also promised a deeper dive into this hot topic and here it is. Which product? The big question I get from users from organizations I work with is… “Which product do I use to work with my team?”

Jasper Oosterveld blogged last week also on collaboration overload. “Imagine your organization makes use of Teams, Groups, SharePoint and Yammer. I also have had the same concerns from users. Alistair Pugin created a table comparing Yammer to Microsoft Teams and Slack. Wictor Wilén made some great points in his post asking “Has Yammer played out its role?”.

Microsoft’s current stance seems to be: I’ve already made my predictions in the previous post. Groups in Outlook Pros. Microsoft Ignite 2016 Day 1: SharePoint, Office 365 and Azure summary. The Microsoft Ignite takes place September, 26-30 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta (GA) and floods us with tons of announcements about several IT-Pro topics.

Microsoft Ignite 2016 Day 1: SharePoint, Office 365 and Azure summary

I summarized the most relevant announcements about SharePoint, Office 365 and Azure. Read this post for a summary of Microsoft Ignite 2016 Day 2. Microsoft Ignite Keynotes The first keynote was all about the digital transformation, the second keynote focused on next generation innovations and investments. Feature Pack 1 for SharePoint Server 2016 The Feature Pack has been announced and will be available in November 2016 for customers with Software Assurance and includes the following features:

5 SharePoint And Office 365 Innovations Augured For 2017. 2016 was in many ways a banner year for Microsoft with innovations across its product suites - SharePoint and Office 365 in particular.

5 SharePoint And Office 365 Innovations Augured For 2017

The release of SharePoint 2016 and hugely successful updates and upgrades in Office 365 led many companies to rethink their approach to collaboration and productivity software. Announcements like Intranet in your pocket, Microsoft Teams and the makeover of Office 365 with exciting features and extensions have only raised public expectation for 2017. Microsoft has also been hinting at some great announcements for 2017 to continue on this path of powering digital transformation and productivity. Here's taking some calculated guesses to the trajectory Microsoft will take this year: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. The new integration will help users to manage the overlapping services and their users. The great news is that all these products are well integrated within the company's active directory so that IT has better control over the structure.

Top 5 SharePoint Innovations Announced Today. On Star Wars day the force is most definitely with SharePoint.

Top 5 SharePoint Innovations Announced Today

SharePoint is here to stay and continues to form an integral part of Office 365. Let’s take a look at the Top 5 innovations announced today… #1 Page Rendering Model There is a radically new page rendering model. SharePoint pages previously relied a lot on ASP.Net with most of the rendering on the server. The new pages are mobile responsive by default and are built with a new canvas for WebParts. By divesting from ASP.Net and making the components available client-side developers now have an opportunity to reuse Microsoft components which were previously buried in .Net. . #2 Document Libraries Previously, SharePoint Document Libraries and OneDrive looked pretty different. . #3 Team Sites The Team Site template has been the most prolific of all the SharePoint site templates. Team Sites will now come with the ‘hooks’ into other platform workloads like Office 365 Groups.

SharePoint innovations further advance intelligence and collaboration in Office 365. Today’s post was written by Jeff Teper, corporate vice president for OneDrive and SharePoint.

SharePoint innovations further advance intelligence and collaboration in Office 365

Last May, we unveiled a cloud-first, mobile-first vision and roadmap for SharePoint and OneDrive to empower people, teams and organizations to intelligently discover, share and collaborate on content from anywhere and on any device. We promised to make file sharing both simple and powerful, to establish the mobile and intelligent intranet, to accelerate productivity with experiences that surface relevant, high-value information in the context of your work. We promised our developers an open and connected platform that embraces modern web development and open standards.

And we promised IT an ongoing commitment to security, privacy and compliance. Over the last weeks and months, we have been delivering on those promises to you. Today at Microsoft Ignite, we announced the next wave of innovations. Below is an overview of these innovative experiences and capabilities, with links to more details.