How valuable would it be to be able pick the brains of more than 40 individuals with expertise in a wide range of Office 365 and SharePoint topics all at the same time and in one room? That’s what happened at the “Ask Me Anything” one-on-one discussion event at SPTechCon Boston in August. The event hosted Read more about Office 365 ‘Ask Me Anything’ in Boston[…]
How cool would it be to access dozens of Office 365 and SharePoint experts in one room, all at the same time, and for free? The Boston Office 365 User Group and the Boston, New Hampshire and Rhode Island SharePoint Users Groups are teaming up on August 28 at SPTechCon, to do just that. WSC Read more about Meet Mike at SPTechcon![…]
We’re fans of Microsoft, but even we have to admit that sometimes, the company acts like that uncle you only see at weddings who’s been telling you the same story for the last ten years. Like Uncle Ron, Microsoft can get a bit repetitive. They use the same terminology repeatedly throughout their offerings. Unfortunately, each time they use a term, Read more about Words Matter: Office 365[…]
Is Teams Microsoft’s Slack killer? Many companies have gone to great lengths to implement Slack, even adding the pricey premium version. With all that time and effort invested in Slack, why should you move to Teams? Guest blogger David Lozzi offers a detailed look at the many ways Teams is overtaking Slack.
What Is Teams? Microsoft refers to Teams as a platform that combines workplace chat, meetings, notes, and attachments. What does that mean? Think of Teams as a hub—a hub that lets you delegate. A team owner can add members and even upgrade them to owners, who, in turn, can add other new members. From Teams, Read more about What is Microsoft Teams?[…]
When a SharePoint developer talks to an Exchange engineer and they use the term ‘Groups’, they are each 100% sure they know what they’re talking about. They’re also 100% sure they understand what the other is talking about. Each one is 100% right and each is talking about something completely different.
Carlton Public Relations & Marketing (CPRM), a boutique firm in Lexington, Massachusetts, catering to startups, works with clients in vastly different fields. The companies have different business models, priorities, and needs. In this fast-moving world, CPRM policies need to remain nimble and produce results without disrupting their clients’ daily lives. That issue mirrored CPRM’s internal ones as well. Since the agency staff hires marketing and public relations professionals with a variety of skills and experience, they want to maintain a flexible, collaborative workplace. At CPRM, the team regularly creates documents and shares them internally and with their clients who use Google Drive, Dropbox, Office 365, and other platforms. The agency needed a flexible and customizable way to organize their files.
A Boston area commercial real estate broker modernized its IT operations in a two-phase project. The first phase moved all of the company’s operations from existing onsite terminal services to Office 365. Files that had previously been stored at multiple locations were consolidated onto a single SharePoint Online site. The migration created bit of an internal culture shock, especially for many of the company’s less-than tech-savvy workers. It was an issue that reached all the way into the executive suite. So Wellington Street Consulting was engaged to help the company learn how to get the most out of its new capabilities.
Last week, David Lozzi of Slalom Consulting and I presented “Powershell and Office 365: ITPro #Awesomesauce” to the members of the Boston Office 365 User Group at Microsoft in Burlington, MA. #Awesomesauce describes the presentation perfectly. The group was wonderful. David and I had a productive exchange with the crowd who asked some great questions. Read more about Presentation: Powershell with Office 365 – Burlington, MA 4.20.17[…]
This is my script for connecting to Office 365. It features a multiple chose option to allow quick swapping between different tenants, and a custom command prompt that displays the tenant name and account used to connect. Right now this script assumes that you have the standard modules for Azure, SharePoint Online and Skype for Read more about Hello365.ps1[…]