Back in 2015, Microsoft introduced the Surface Hub as part of its Surface family of devices. It is best described as an interactive collaboration device that set its sights on productivity and collaboration in the enterprise, and itt started a bit of an idea revolution at the business level. If you don’t know what this device is, it looks a lot like a large TV, except that it features interactive document editing, video and audio conferencing, touch-screen capability, an interactive whiteboard, and high-end security.
Like a hypnotist bent on making you cluck like a chicken, blockchain technology has infatuated the world market with its promise of innovation, transparency, and immutability. Now I know everyone and their mother is changing their MO to be blockchain oriented, but that shouldn’t deter stakeholders from trying their hand in the promising landscape that is blockchain. There are literally millions of articles online, written daily, that all drone on about the way blockchain operates.
What are Office 365 Groups? Office 365 Groups is a service that enables teams to come together and get work done by establishing a single team identity (managed in Azure Active Directory) and a single set of permissions across Office 365 apps including Outlook, SharePoint, OneNote, Skype for Business, Planner, Power BI, and Dynamics CRM. People like to collaborate differently.