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Is the intranet dead?

By Barry Wakelin on August 13, 2020 in Digital workspace, Intranet, Hot topic

‘Reports of my death are greatly exaggerated’ wrote Mark Twain back in 1897. Much the same could probably be said of the intranet. 

Project Cortex Roadmap (21 July 2020)

Introduction

This is a update to the Nov 2019 blog, and contains latest public domain information related to Project Cortex. Please note that all the information is provided without warranty or guarantee of accuracy. Microsoft may change dates, features, definitions and priorities at any time - and you should therefore double-check any information provided below before relying on it for any decisions or plans you are about to make. Feel free to contact me to discuss more or to let me know of any details below that are out of date or incorrect.

Steps to prevent data breaches during COVID-19

Microsoft Teams features and updates – what’s new in Teams for 2020

By ClearPeople on April 7, 2020 in Microsoft Office 365, Hot topic

We have been using Teams from the very early days as well as constantly developing cool features for Microsoft Teams. We are so passionate about Teams that we thought we should share some of the new features that Microsoft have recently released as well as the ones they are currently working on.

Optimising O365 traffic for remote staff

As remote work is a very hot topic at the moment you might get a lot of value from this blog published by Microsoft last week.

Project Cortex Roadmap (12 Nov 2019)

Introduction

This is a live blog, which will be updated from time to time as information related to the Project Cortex is made publicly available. Please note that all the information is provided without warranty or guarantee of accuracy. Microsoft may change dates, features, definitions and priorities at any time - and you should therefore double-check any information provided below before relying on it for any decisions or plans you are about to make. Feel free to contact me to discuss more or to let me know of any details below that are out of date or incorrect.

DPOR is now CPOR - Claiming Partner Of Record

By Patrick Proesmans on October 24, 2019 in Microsoft Office 365, Hot topic

As our customer you will probably be familiar with DPOR – Digital Partner Of Record – which was the way that we were associated with you, our Enterprise Agreement customers where  we were helping you drive adoption of Office 365. 

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