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Office 365: Applying Inner Loop – Outer Loop Thinking to Ownership

Office 365: Applying Inner Loop – Outer Loop Thinking to Ownership

As Microsoft releases more and more new capabilities to Office 365, it’s been an extraordinary time for enterprise social collaboration. Microsoft Teams has pumped new energy into day-to-day working practices of staff, and even Yammer is getting a new injection of functionality.

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Microsoft Bumps Office Prices By 10%, Facebook Buys Redkix and Other News

Microsoft Bumps Office Prices By 10%, Facebook Buys Redkix and Other News

The past couple of weeks have been busy weeks for Redmond, Wash.-based Microsoft. It released a new version of SharePoint, it released a new version of Exchange, it released a new version of Skype for Business, and in midst of the entire new-release hubbub, it announced that it is

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SharePoint 2019 Says Hello to 6 Features and Goodbye to 6 Others

SharePoint 2019 Says Hello to 6 Features and Goodbye to 6 Others

Earlier this year, Microsoft shared a sneak peek of some of the new features it intended to bring to SharePoint 2019. The launch of the new preview version last week contained many of those features, as well as a promise of more to come.

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Yammer Finally Gets Smart, OpenText Embraces Microservices and More News

Yammer Finally Gets Smart, OpenText Embraces Microservices and More News

OpenText has taken another step into the world of intelligent hybrid cloud computing with the release of OpenText OT2, which provides users with intelligence automation, security and a bunch of other enterprise information management applications on a single platform.

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Office 365 Is Primed to Pick Up the ECM Pieces

Office 365 Is Primed to Pick Up the ECM Pieces

How long have we had "real enterprise content management" (ECM)? Let’s be generous: even though electronic document management started in the mid-1980s, for argument’s sake, let's say 2000 (around the time that FileNet and Documentum rose to prominence). That’s 18 years.

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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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Intranet Technology Decisions Bring Surprises in 2018

Intranet Technology Decisions Bring Surprises in 2018

In my day job, I work with organizations that are planning to deploy new, more modern intranet platforms or build bold new digital workplaces. These organizations range from small nonprofits to large banks, and they are all facing challenging decisions regarding intranet technologies.

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