If you want to understand how to improve Office 365 Security, I recommend reading a recently published eBook by Jethro Seghers. Jethro walks through using the Office 365 Secure Score tool and explains the results in a way we can all understand. He tells us what your results mean in each of the categories and … Continue reading Get to grips with your Office 365 Security
The way we collaboration and communication continues to change. Intranets have played an important role in corporate communication and given us a place to work together. But with the tools and platforms we now have, do we still need Intranets? Let's talk about that. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_7Bf7nfChCc Tune into Episode 2 of the #RE365 Debate, live … Continue reading Are Intranets still relevant? – RE365 Debate Ep 2
Who in the Microsoft Tech Community finds it difficult to keep up with change? Woah, OK, don’t all speak at once. That was deafening. There is a small but brave bunch who do their best to keep people informed of change. We do our best to communicate "what to use when" in a graphical way, in … Continue reading Are ever changing infographics the answer to updating end users?
While joining the #CloudCoworking experiment this week in @LoryanStrant's tenant, I noticed a new icon in the Microsoft Teams meeting. I had opened up the participants pane to see who was online in the team that I could invite to join me in the call. At the top beside the search box was a link … Continue reading Invite anyone into a Microsoft Teams meeting. No really. Anyone.
If you’re organisation is using Microsoft Teams and Planner, you would have experienced some frustration. Channels are a natural, logical way to focus conversation and content. Plans can be created within channels in a Team, to coordinate tasks within a channel. However, the Planner tab is limited to tasks and containers. Open the Planner web … Continue reading Access all your Microsoft Teams Plans from Planner web app
Microsoft Teams guest access is really useful. I can bring together a team or belong to a team of people inside and outside my organisation. All our conversations are available to catch up on. Files and other info is all together and being discussed. However, as I message a team that consists mostly of members … Continue reading Tenant switching between Teams ‘aint fun
Using @mentions in conversation has become a norm in lots of communication platforms. Even Outlook has found a way to use @mentions, adding the mentioned person to the To: line and highlighting the person’s name in the conversation. @mentions have featured in social media platforms and chat-based collaboration like Microsoft Teams, Slack or Yammer. Those … Continue reading Are you talking to me?