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Why Your Microsoft Teams Governance Plan Needs a Lifecycle Model

Why Your Microsoft Teams Governance Plan Needs a Lifecycle Model

In the never-ending search for a good governance plan, it sometimes helps to look at the lifecycle model within an organization. Microsoft Teams has been around for over a year now, with an uptick in growth and implementations across the globe rising.

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Microsoft Launches Free Teams for Collaboration, Slack Gets Better Search, More News

Microsoft Launches Free Teams for Collaboration, Slack Gets Better Search, More News

Microsoft has finally released its freemium version of Teams, its collaboration app which is widely seen as the company’s answer to Slack. The rumor mill has been working overtime about freemium Teams for months and while Redmond, Wash.-based Microsoft refused to comment about it officially, there were too many "leaks"

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Frustrated Employees Quit, Google Did Want GitHub and Other Digital Workplace News

Frustrated Employees Quit, Google Did Want GitHub and Other Digital Workplace News

There is a load of research this week to show that digital workers in digital workplaces are a happy bunch. There are two notable reports from two different companies that looked at the difference aspects of digital work and digital workers. The first, from Santa Clara, Calif.-based Aruba, a Hewlett Packard Company (HPE), looked at workplace motivations and

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How Emerging Tech Vendors Are Taking on Blockchain

How Emerging Tech Vendors Are Taking on Blockchain

Anyone still on the fence about blockchain's importance or its future direction need look no further than the blockchain solution release earlier this week from Microsoft in partnership with Ernst & Young  that is designed to streamline content rights and royalties management.

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Microsoft Pushes Teams Into Conference Rooms, Google Tasks Stands Alone, More News

Microsoft Pushes Teams Into Conference Rooms, Google Tasks Stands Alone, More News

Microsoft continues to push its Teams collaboration workspace application deeper into the enterprise. At the InfoComm conference in Las Vegas earlier this month, the Redmond, Wash.-based company announced it will be adding Teams to a number of Microsoft-certified conference room devices, including Surface Hub.

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How Executives Can Lead the Way in SharePoint and Office 365 Adoption Efforts

How Executives Can Lead the Way in SharePoint and Office 365 Adoption Efforts

High levels of SharePoint and Office 365 adoption have been linked to benefits such as optimal automation, collaboration and productivity. So if you've deployed these platforms within your organization, it behooves you, as an executive, to get personally involved in the adoption campaigns.

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