Learn how MyAnalytics works with Microsoft Office 365 using AI to maximize employer productivity and help workers get the most out of their time at work
Most of us only worry about our ID when we need to prove to others who we are. In the online world, we actually do this on a regular basis. This process affects you more directly than you might think. Whether you login to Facebook, Gmail, or Microsoft Office, you’re proving your identity to a system and that you are who you say you are.
Learn how to streamline your business by creating custom workflows, Bots and automated processes in SharePoint Online, Microsoft Teams and Office 365 with this Q & A from our recent webinar, “Bots, SharePoint Customizations & Office 365 Workflows, Oh My”
Read up on some obstacles to Office 365 migration. Know how to mitigate issues like throttling and large item limits when planning your Office 365 migration approach
This post is the first in a series of blog articles relating to the best practices around Identity Management, mostly regarding Active directory, its relationship with both on-premises and cloud-based Microsoft solutions, and how this affects effective Solutions as a Service (SaaS) from a technical, business process, and value priority perspective.
A main issue that many public sector organizations have when thinking about moving to the cloud is their concern for cybersecurity. They require a cyberspace that meets the compliance and requirements for government organizations such as FedRAMP, ITAR, CJIS, etc.
With powerful new tools coming out every day and AI on the rise, our collective imagination is the limit to what can be created to increase productivity and value for our organizations by leveraging bots, Office 365 Power Apps and SharePoint customizations. Read on for 7 helpful best practices in creating, governing and managing these customizations!
Hear the answers to some questions about Microsoft Teams and Yammer integration from our recent webinar: Microsoft Teams and Yammer: Better Together
Read all about Microsoft Office 365’s present and future with this Office 365 roadmap analysis — with the help of PowerBI — as you ride the O365 wave.
When public sector organizations think about moving to the cloud, there may be some confusion on which clouds offer the compliance that is required by the government. Read on to find out about all of Microsoft’s Cloud for Government offerings!
Teamwork is crucial for the success of any enterprise, and the same holds true for software as well. Quite often, softwares can be improved or tailored to specific needs with the addition of complimentary software. Or, in the case of Microsoft Teams and Yammer, they can be part of the same overall suite of tools that are all meant to function as complements to each other.
The last decade or so has seen technological innovation and development at an unprecedented pace. But what about in the public sector?
Microsoft continues to deliver the best-in-class encryption by announcing the release of Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.2. This announcement also means that starting October 31st, 2018, TLS 1.0 and 1.1 in Office 365 are dissolving.
As the cloud becomes more ubiquitous, government organisations in Australia have started to take notice and are considering and implementing cloud-based solutions more than ever. In support of this, the Australian Federal Government has set forth a strategy for organisations making the jump to the cloud. While it’s often the smaller departments making the jump first, the larger ones are usually not far behind.