Microsoft has recently made a significant change to how storage is allocated to site collections within SharePoint Online and also increased the number of external users from 10,000 to unlimited. Both changes are for Office 365 subscriptions only and do not apply to SharePoint Server
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Degrees of Social Capital
Webcast and presentation exploring the four degrees of social capital – how different technologies can benefit communications and cooperation between people
Argos Digital Workplace Video
Creating a fun video to introduce a new technology initiative can be an effective way to communicate upcoming changes and build awareness
Box to integrate with Office 365
Box has announced integration with Office 365 and SharePoint, and removed its storage cap for business (paying) customers.
Yammer integration with Office
Microsoft has begun to release Yammer integration with Office documents for real-time feedback and threaded conversations. Available for Office 365 subscriptions.
Microsoft Surface Impressions
The Microsoft Surface 3 is a hybrid combination of laptop and tablet, claiming to deliver the capabilities of both in a single device. Does it achieve its goal? It exceeded my expectations by a surprising distance. But…
The inevitability of a mobile workplace
Mobile devices are enabling new forms of interaction with the potential to transform the modern workplace. Being able to connect, decide and act on the move is enabling very different ways of working
Losing data in the cloud
Do not assume that data lost due to an online service failure will be recovered. A backup plan is rarely included in the subscription fee. And the alternative – compensation – may not add up to much
Microsoft and Salesforce
Microsoft has announced a global strategic partnership with Salesforce that will lead to integration between their flagship products: Salesforce and Office 365
Do carousels matter?
Human intuition can still outperform machine analytics and statistics when it comes to understanding the indirect benefits that design choices create and that are impossible to measure in isolation.