Speaking at the Digital Workplace Conference

The topic I’m presenting on will be the most hotly discussed, debated, confused, and important areas of Office 365: Groups.

Groups are at the heart of how things get done in Office 365 – they connect to Teams, StaffHub, SharePoint, and Yammer.

Navigating Office 365 Groups can be challenging when it comes to allowing users to create their own, managing how they get created in the first place, and trying to control the chaos that Groups can bring.

In this session attendees will learn how to successfully implement Office 365 Groups in your organisation – ensuring compliance, security, and successful user adoption.

If you’re in Sydney or even Australia for that matter – come along! I may also be giving away two tickets to attend, so stay tuned for that competition!

In all the talk about Microsoft Teams, what about Skype for Business?

Most of the conversation around Microsoft Teams since it was made available in Preview through to being made Generally Available in under a week from now has been about its competition with Yammer and integration with Office 365 Groups.

It has thrust the “what to use when” conversation into overdrive, now making them more important than ever.

But what about Skype for Business? There has been discussion about how the two may integrate, but the heated conversation of Teams potentially replacing Product X has barely touched Skype for Business.

My latest post for AvePoint is cheekily named after the Buggles song, which is best known for marking the debut of MTV – and subsequently a new way of consuming music.

Microsoft Teams will usher in a new way of communicating within the Office 365 world. Read on…