Office 365 is a toolkit from Microsoft that is designed to allow you to access Office applications on any device at any time. Office 365 provides the opportunity to drive team work. The Web-based toolkit receives regular updates and allows you to share documents and connect easily with colleagues, enabling multiple users to view and edit work in real time. Every minute counts when it comes to getting work done on a deadline, so it is important to make the most of these online features in the Office 365 interface.
The SharePoint document library view, or experience, is looking a little differently these days. Did you notice? Change is good, though.
Make your SharePoint team sites sparkling clean
As you're building, creating and managing your organization's SharePoint team sites, it's critical to do some planning. Big time planning. Even planning on evolution, which may be why you're asking how you can create a logical and strategic setup for a team site that's already getting overwhelmingly difficult for users. How do you organize your SharePoint team sites for optimal results? Well, that depends on how you're using SharePoint, the size of your organization, and how much freedom users have to make changes.
With a large number of our clients making the move to Office 365, many are leveraging SharePoint Online, either migrating their existing sites or starting fresh.
KnowledgeWave has a confirmed-to-run SharePoint 2013: Site User class, the first of 3 one-day classes that help the user, site owner and site administrator get the most out of SharePoint.
This class will be taught LIVE in our South Burlington training facility. For those who prefer to be in the same room with the instructor, here's your chance! You can also attend remotely using our online classroom technology.
What is the key to a successful SharePoint migration? I think that we can all agree that a successful migration depends on a team of individuals who understand how it works!
As an IT professional you understand that businesses deploy SharePoint for many different reasons. Intranets, document management, collaboration and workflow automation are a few of the most popular reasons. End-users on the other hand, often times are confused, unwilling or have little to no desire for change. Providing users with some basic knowledge about SharePoint can assist businesses with user acceptance.