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microsoft ignite 2018 recap

Microsoft Ignite 2018 Recap – Teams, Communication Sites, PowerApps and Flow

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At the end of September, I once again attended Microsoft Ignite in Orlando. If you’re not familiar with Ignite, it’s a week-long conference focused on Microsoft’s enterprise products – Windows, Azure, Exchange, SQL, Office, SharePoint, Office 365, and the Microsoft cloud.  As a long-time Office 365 and SharePoint systems integrator, I was especially interested in learning where Microsoft is taking SharePoint Communication Sites, Teams, and PowerApps and Flow in Office 365 and in understanding the roadmap for SharePoint Server 2019 (more to come on that in my next post). The Microsoft product teams did a great job providing insight into current and future capabilities of these Office 365 products – here are the highlights I brought back to our sales and implementation teams. Continue reading…

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Exchange Online: Should I Use an Alias or Distribution List?

Let’s say you’ve been tasked with creating user accounts, including distribution lists and aliases, in Microsoft Office 365’s Exchange Online.  You may be wondering how to best configure these settings to ensure the CEO is included in all management discussions and the maintenance crew can be contacted at the same email address, even if there is turnover.  How do I account for the rapid growth in our sales team when the sales manager needs to communicate with an ever-expanding team?
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Document Management: Is Software as a Service or On Premise Right for Your Business?

Information management delivered via the Cloud, or Software as a Service is a great opportunity for many businesses, regardless of size, industry or location. There are scores of cloud solutions for document management, which have matured a great deal over the past several years; however there are still varying opinions whether public, or even private Cloud solutions will ever effectively replace on premise solutions. In many cases, hybrid file management solutions are the most viable option for medium to large enterprise companies.
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