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Chris McNulty: The Digital Workplace Is About Progress, Not Perfection

Chris McNulty: The Digital Workplace Is About Progress, Not Perfection

Over the course of his career, Chris McNulty has lived and breathed Microsoft’s SharePoint collaboration software from a variety of vantage points: as a customer, a developer, a systems integrator, an author and, since October 2015, as a Microsoft employee.

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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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Microsoft Buys Semantic to Expand Voice Strategy, SharePoint Top Influencers, More News

Microsoft Buys Semantic to Expand Voice Strategy, SharePoint Top Influencers, More News

Redmond, Wash.-based Microsoft announced on May 20 it was buying conversational artificial intelligence start-up Semantic Machines to improve its "conversational AI" efforts. According to a blog post by David Ku, CVP and chief technology officer of Microsoft AI and research, Berkeley, Calif.

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Unpacking SharePoint Conference Day One’s Announcements

Unpacking SharePoint Conference Day One's Announcements

SharePoint Conference 2018 kicked off yesterday with an hour and 45 minute keynote delivered to an audience of over 3000 at the MGM hotel in Las Vegas and countless others watching the live broadcast from the comfort of their homes, as I did.

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Create SharePoint Governance Policies That Don’t Block Adoption

Create SharePoint Governance Policies That Don't Block Adoption

SharePoint is a flexible tool, with a wide range of capabilities which give businesses plenty of options. But all of these options can lead to chaos if you don't put basic governing rules in place. Structure and boundaries can help keep your SharePoint instance sustainably usable.

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How to Keep Collaboration on Course in the Midst of Never-Ending Office 365 Updates

How to Keep Collaboration on Course in the Midst of Never-Ending Office 365 Updates

At times it feels as if SharePoint and Office 365 platform managers can barely relax as they keep their eyes on the incessant updates that Microsoft rolls out. SharePoint Online adherents just got used to communication sites when along came hub sites.

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SharePoint Adoption Success Starts With Understanding Your Users

SharePoint Adoption Success Starts With Understanding Your Users

Even after a successful deployment and a thorough training program, there will always be some employees who struggle to embrace SharePoint for their daily document management tasks. Breaking old habits is a challenge, especially when it comes to making a transition to new technology.

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