The App Launcher just keeps growing! You won’t be the only one struggling with a) what to use and when, but also b) when and who to release it to in your company, not to mention how!
Office 365 has a myriad of products and most companies are using only a fraction of the tools on offer. Microsoft is adding functionality and improving some of the existing apps at a rapid rate – this calls for planning and strategy by us.
The first step is understanding capability – as a manager to build that strategy; as an IT person to see where it fits with other technologies and implementations; and as a business person to monitor the impacts on people and how it will be used.
This year’s Digital Workplace Conference in Sydney on 23-24 August provides you with THE BEST opportunity to look at the capability of some of these tools in more detail. See them demonstrated, get up and personal with the experts who are working with clients every day, talk to other companies on the same journey, and learn what is best for YOUR organisation.
To make it simple, we have split a few of the sessions below, into the various apps under the Office 365 suite. You can also come and talk to anyone at the ShareThePoint booth, to help get an idea of which session/s to attend and who to speak to.
Debbie’s session at DWCAU is: Office 365 101 – Intro Session to Productivity Tools.
for reporting, to analyse business data through interactive dashboards and visualisations.
to store personal documents, optionally share them with others and sync your files for offline use.
to organise electronic notes, personal, meeting, team notes and collaborate with them.
for organising tasks,
assignments and managing progress.
for online meetings and presentations with remote workers, or instant messaging with colleagues.
to find content via intelligent feeds, such as personal profiles, organisational charts and what you or your colleagues have been working on.
to create workflows and create mobile apps based on content stored in SharePoint, ODFB and other O365 products.
to create video channels for your company to automatically stream content to devices and browsers.
to have business conversations in threaded groups.
Team (and groups) for team-based conversations and the added functionality of Groups: for Sites, Planner, OneNote, and File Sharing.
for automating workflows with Office 365 apps and external systems.
to build team sites, extranets, intranets and manage documents for your organisation.
Check out our entire Thought Leadership track here.