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Office 365 Groups: Sharing files and sites with a Group

At Microsoft Ignite, we heard much about Office 365 Groups. It’s clearer to me now that Groups are not just a group of collaborative tools that can be self provisioned for a group. Groups are an identity in Azure Active Directory and are going to be used extensively throughout the different services in Office 365. […]

May 29th, 2015|Change, Training & User Adoption, Cloud Services, Office 365, Security & Identity|Comments Off on Office 365 Groups: Sharing files and sites with a Group

Sway starts rolling out to Office 365: Initial Reactions

Office Blogs announced Sway is rolling out to Office 365 beginning today. So I wanted to share my initial experiences as I take a look at what’s available.

Since the announcement, there’s a few discussions in the Sway group on the Office 365 Network about preventing Office 365 Sway’s from being shared publicly and how to […]

May 22nd, 2015|Change, Training & User Adoption, Cloud Services, Office 365|Comments Off on Sway starts rolling out to Office 365: Initial Reactions

My #MSIgnite 2015

Welcome to my Microsoft Ignite story. It will be told Live using some of my favourite Microsoft Office tools, embedded and linked to this page.
This page will become very much like a dashboard of my MSIgnite experience, using:

Sway
OneNote with Office 365
OneDrive
Yammer

I will use multiple Sways, one for each day. There is so much happening at […]

May 1st, 2015|Change, Training & User Adoption, Cloud Services, Events|Comments Off on My #MSIgnite 2015

OneNote Class Notebook Creator – Officially Launched

Microsoft have officially launched the OneNote Class Notebook Creator, after months of a successful preview and feedback from schools.

“Built on Office 365 and SharePoint Online, the OneNote Class Notebook Creator saves teachers time and boosts classroom efficiency by:

Making it easier to collect homework, quizzes, exams and handouts.
Enabling all student work and teacher feedback to be […]

March 11th, 2015|Schools|Comments Off on OneNote Class Notebook Creator – Officially Launched

Top 4 Ways to Measure SharePoint Portal Adoption

Why Analytics for Adoption?
You may ask “So what does analytics have to do with adoption?” With any project you’re going to undertake, whether it’s SharePoint migration​ or the launch of a new platform, you can only manage what you measure. The only way you can define if these projects are successful is by knowing what’s […]

February 17th, 2015|Change, Training & User Adoption|Comments Off on Top 4 Ways to Measure SharePoint Portal Adoption

What has ShareThePoint been working on with schools?

Working with Microsoft
ShareThePoint has been running training courses for some time now, helping organisations and businesses upskill in using Microsoft SharePoint. Last year, Microsoft New Zealand gave us the opportunity to go back to school and we began to run a course to help schools use Office 365. For those who haven’t heard, Office 365 […]

February 16th, 2015|Change, Training & User Adoption, News|Comments Off on What has ShareThePoint been working on with schools?

Sometimes it is the little things (By Michael Doyle)

Often times we get down in the weeds with SharePoint and forget that many people are just getting onto SharePoint or they are in an environment where they cannot install tools (like SharePoint Designer). This doesn’t mean that that your site can’t be cleaned up a bit. Let’s face it, SharePoint is pretty ugly out […]

August 20th, 2013|Branding & Design|Comments Off on Sometimes it is the little things (By Michael Doyle)

Testing SharePoint Apps with Visual Studio – Part 3/7

​​Following Part 2 of this series of posts about my session at AUSPC Melbourne, ​in this third part I’ll focus on describing a methodology to adopt for performance testing.

Methodology for Software Testing

There is no successful testing without a proper strategy and execution. Nothing should be left to chance, and a good methodology should be adopted […]

July 2nd, 2013|Development & Solutions, Infrastructure & Administration|Comments Off on Testing SharePoint Apps with Visual Studio – Part 3/7

Testing SharePoint Apps with Visual Studio – Part 2/7

​Following Part 1 of this series of posts about my session at AUSPC Melbourne, ​in this second part I’ll focus on describing the different types of software testing that can be performed.
Types of Software Testing
Testing your software is important, isn’t it? Of course, but what exactly are we testing?

There are different types of testing that […]

June 26th, 2013|Development & Solutions, Infrastructure & Administration|Comments Off on Testing SharePoint Apps with Visual Studio – Part 2/7

Collaborate with Confidence Webinar Series in Australia and Singapore

With the ability to make tacit knowledge sharing much easier, allow for better communication throughout globally dispersed organizations, and much more, enterprise social collaboration platforms such as SharePoint 2013 are being adopted by many organizations throughout Australia and Singapore. At AvePoint, we help more than 10,000 organizations worldwide collaborate with confidence each day, and because […]

June 25th, 2013|Governance, Information Management, Social|Comments Off on Collaborate with Confidence Webinar Series in Australia and Singapore

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