Unless you are in a desert island with no internet connection, you have heard about ChatGPT. In its own words (and I really mean it, as I have asked ChatGPT for a short summary about it):
Microsoft SharePoint has been a popular enterprise content management and collaboration platform for many organizations. With continuous updates and new versions, it becomes crucial for businesses to stay up-to-date with the latest features and improvements. However, with each new version comes the eventual end of life support for older versions. In this blog post, we will provide an overview of SharePoint versions, from SharePoint 2010 and newer, their end of life support dates, and a practical guide to migrating to SharePoint Online using Atlas by ClearPeople.
When considering Artificial Intelligence (AI), I think we can all agree that it fosters a wide range of discussions - from the deeply philosophical, through science-fiction to highly technical. It is a somewhat divisive topic, with a huge fanbase and an equally large number of concerned parties. Most do though meet in the middle and agree on a pragmatic stance that - if we are to have AI, we probably cannot avoid it even if we wanted to - then we need to wrap some governance or protective measures and controls around it.
Aside from all that however, one aspect that has generally been overlooked is the rise of that I would call "Shadow AI" in organisations.
When it comes to streamlining and enhancing day-to-day operations in your company, there's nothing more cost-effective nor simpler to use than a knowledge portal.
Microsoft 365 Copilot (Copilot) is developed by Microsoft and integrated into your Microsoft 365 tenant (subject to licensing and so forth), and was announced to the wider world on March 16, 2023.
When you use Copilot, you will experience it in two predominant ways.
For large and small businesses alike, having access to all company data in a centralized place makes day-to-day business operations easier and enhances company-wide collaboration. This is known as knowledge management (KM), and KM is becoming increasingly useful as companies take their workforce digital.