Tag: Microsoft Viva
How to Simplify Requesting and Provisioning New Microsoft Teams Do you want to make it easier for your organization to request a new Team? Do you want to help streamline the work for your IT organization to create and manage Teams and their underlying M365 groups? The “Request a Team” app provides a good solution foundation to help both end-users and your IT organization manage the requesting and provisioning of new Teams. How do people in your organization request a new Microsoft Team to use for their new project or other collaborative efforts? As the popularity of Teams continues to
Client Profile Global analytical instrumentation development and manufacturing company that offers its products and services to markets worldwide. Situation The company needed to transform from the Jive communication and collaboration platform to the Microsoft 365 Employee Experience Platform. The ThreeWill project team understood this requirement and designed and configured a new employee experience in Microsoft 365, followed by a Jive content migration to M365 along with a comprehensive plan for adoption and change management in support of the new employee experience solution. Solution ThreeWill worked with the client team to start with a Discovery, Design, and Configuration phase to ensure
Kristi Webb and Rob Horton share insights on how ThreeWill can assist your organization migrate from Slack to Microsoft Teams.
Suzie Robinson of ClearBox Consulting
Microsoft Teams - Governance and Compliance Features Microsoft Teams leverages Microsoft 365 (M365) groups as a foundation. When you create a new Microsoft Team, behind the scenes you are creating a new Microsoft 365 Group. Microsoft 365 Groups come with several Governance and Compliance Features to help manage the inevitable growth of the M365 groups that get created in conjunction with the creation of new Microsoft Teams. Due to this tight relationship between Microsoft Teams and Microsoft 365 (M365) Groups, the Governance and Compliance settings of M365 groups will have a direct impact on users when they create new Teams.
Ready or Not! Last month, I told you about a new feature that was going to be making its way to SharePoint online. Well, buckle up, because here comes another new feature, and it’s coming in hot. A few weeks ago, Microsoft surprised the world with their announcement of Microsoft Viva (view the announcement here) their new Employee Experience Platform, aimed at helping organizations improve the lives of their most important assets: their people. This platform, which consists of four products (for now): Connections, Insights, Topics, and Learning. I’m not going to get into the others, but my compatriot Jeff
Introduction Microsoft Teams has a long-term future with Microsoft as it pertains to Collaboration. Given the focus that Microsoft continues to give to Teams, I decided to take a deeper dive in understanding the features available in Teams and the Administration of Teams. Some responses to the 5 things I mention will be, “duh”. I get that. These are not intended to change your life. However, you might find one or more of these useful so I hope it will be worth your while. A great resource I have been using for my deeper dive is a PluralSight course, “Getting
Introduction Microsoft is leading the way in a new enterprise solution category with the introduction of Viva, an Employee Experience Platform (EXP). Last week, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella and Corporate VP of Microsoft 365 Jared Spataro announced the platform designed to “reimagine the employee experience.” Microsoft estimates billions are spent every year on collaboration, knowledge management, training, and support with hundreds of vendors. Viva is a result of investments Microsoft has made in search, knowledge management, learning, and analytics; complimented by partnerships with many leading application vendors. The platform, or so-called “suite of applications”, will be presented in Microsoft Teams