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Tracy van der Schyff

Facilitating The Evolution of Human Capabilities

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Teams

Co-Innovation with Office 365 #ESPC19

Innovation cannot take place in a vacuum, just as our workforce should be diverse, so should our skill sets. The rise of the citizen development era also brings forth the need to understand how workloads integrate and complement each other.... Continue Reading →

How to support your #Office365 #SharePoint Intranet Contributors

Here's some tips to empower your #Office365 #SharePoint Online Intranet Contributors / Administrators by adding resources and guidelines to #MicrosoftTeams. I've also built an administration page on #SharePoint that helps clarify responsibility, purpose and update frequencies of the Intranet. https://youtu.be/e-hIr5K0SNg... Continue Reading →

Getting Started with Microsoft Teams Administration

No matter what anyone has told you, deploying #Office365 #MicrosoftTeams is not just about flipping a switch. Yes, it is the best thing you'll EVER roll out in your company. No, you can't just do it without some groundwork and... Continue Reading →

Include Corporate Tabs in your #MicrosoftTeams Provisioning

I really believe that not everyone should be creating #MicrosoftTeams. Having a centralized provisioning process (owned by IT or business) ensures naming conventions, no duplicates and yes, NO TEAMS SPRAWL. Let's take a look at this process and also which... Continue Reading →

Build a SharePoint Online Vault to manage Ad Hoc files

With all the choices available, it's understandable that companies are struggling to make decisions regarding where their documents should live in #Office365. New options are #OneDrive, #SharePoint and #MicrosoftTeams. In this blog we'll take a look at sharing internal content... Continue Reading →

Supercharged #OneNote in #MicrosoftTeams for #Office365 Education

The last couple of weeks I've been training a company on #Office365 for Education subscriptions. I noticed something pretty cool in #MicrosoftTeams that I'd like to share with you. I'm really hoping we'll get this in the Enterprise and Small... Continue Reading →

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