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    The 3 Steps to Enterprise AI Readiness: A Practical Guide

    The talk about AI has gone from science fiction to DIY, seemingly overnight. First, we saw the roll out of ChatGPT, then the announcement of Microsoft 365 Copilot, and finally…. Bam! Now, everything is AI. There is even an AI toothbrush and an AI-powered beehive. With so much hype, it’s not surprising pressure is mounting within organizations to ‘do something’ with AI. It’s not a stretch to say that business today is experiencing AI FOMO. That’s why a 2023 Gartner report finds a whopping 85% of organizations are in early stages of exploring AI, with 70% investigating and 15% piloting Generative AI programs.

    Taming Content Sprawl: Best Practices for SharePoint and Microsoft 365

    Numerous businesses rely on Microsoft 365 for collaboration, productivity, and content storage. While it's a powerful platform, managing content within Microsoft 365 can quickly spiral into chaos if not properly organized and governed. This phenomenon is known as "content sprawl." In this blog, we'll explore what content sprawl is, its challenges, and most importantly, effective strategies to manage content sprawl in Microsoft 365 and optimize your productivity.

    Get your people and content ready for Microsoft 365 Copilot

    The hype and buzz created by the release of ChatGPT 3.5, followed by announcements of Microsoft's investments in OpenAI and Microsoft 365 Copilot (M365 Copilot), was unprecedented and was obviously incredibly interesting to follow and be part of.

    What has followed has been equally interesting. After the initial jaw drops and eyes-wide-open reactions we've been speaking to a number of organisations, and we've learned that a general consensus is taking shape.

    While the use of AI within organisations is inevitable, there are real concerns and questions around trust, risk and security – and a realisation that you need to get organised first. In other words, before leveraging M365 Copilot in earnest, it is clear to all that we must first have content managed and under control. We also need to understand how to prepare our colleagues to work – or not work – with this technology.

    Using ChatGPT with content in Microsoft 365 SharePoint and Teams

    A common question that comes up when discussing ChatGPT in the context of knowledge, document and information management, is something along the lines of: "When or how will ChatGPT be able to discover our enterprise content, such as SharePoint Pages or Documents stored in Teams and SharePoint?"

    8 knowledge management challenges and how to overcome them

    As your organization grows, it accumulates vast amounts of information and experience. This collective knowledge makes your business unique and it’s what gives you an edge over your competition – but only if this knowledge can be effectively stored, accessed and applied.