In September Jay participated in 4 videocasts, wrote a blog, and committed to two new audio series on his existing videocasts AND announced three upcoming conferences. Read all about it, we found Jay!
In 2011 I co-authored a paper on Enterprise 2.0. We posited, and not alone, that any future transformation would be fed by a combination of changes in the people that made up an organization, the processes those people used, and the technology that supported those. I find today, after an 18 month transformation that was forced upon much of the digital-knowledge based world, that this triangle is still relevant, and too-often ignored. (link to original paper included).
This past week I spoke at the SharePoint User Group DC (virtually) about collaboration and security in M365. There's a lot of question about how do we enable collaboration in highly regulated industries, from Federal, State, and Local governments, to systems integrators and the Defense Industrial Base. In these spaces, we see a lot of concern over data access for foreign citizens, contractors, US & European citizens data, and general concern over highly sensitive information. I have spent a lot of time evaluating native capabilties for M365 with customers, which specialize in openness and sharing, and where 3rd party tools or HEAVY configuration and custom apps (such as Power Platform) are needed. Especially when it comes to external users and Guest Access. In this presentation, I use the AvePoint Cloud Governance platform as an example of the types of things you should do to ensure your data is secure.
Today Christian Buckley kicked off 2021 with the first TweetJam of the year discussing community management and governance. If you've never participated in a TweetJam, it's intense. 50-70 panelists take a list of 7 questions and discuss in a feeding frenzy I can only equate to throwing chum into shark-infested waters. It's glorious! This post includes my and some of my favorite responses to the 7 questions posed during this TweetJam. Check it out!
In this article Jay details the challenges the United States Department of Defense faces in migrating to Office 365 and ways to ensure that transition is smooth and successful in the long term.
In this article, Jay and his co-author kick off a series looking at the collaboration needs of the United States Department of Defense and how they can create a Modern Workplace environment as their temporary work-from-home environment expires.
In this article, Jay discusses how Shifts for Teams in the GCC enables the government from community-owned pools to national parks and intelligence analysts.
In this article, Jay discusses the capabilities and limitations of sharing content with external users within Microsoft Teams: External Access, Guest Access, and External Sharing (for SharePoint only).
Click through to read how ORNL used Microsoft Teams to modernize their communications, collaboration, and meetings infrastructure, enabling end users to be successful in the face of the unexpected difficulties of COVID19.
Within this article, Jay details how Microsoft Team provides the technology to successfully enable employees to work from home during these unprecedented times.