M365 Thoughts

Every Microsoft 365 Tool in Existence: Series Overview 2021

There are thousands of tools that support Microsoft 365 migrations, administration, governance, communication, custom application development and collaboration workloads. This article provides a classification system for these tools that we use in scoping each article in our Every Microsoft 365 Tool in Existence Series of articles, an ambitious undertaking to catalog, detail and compare everyContinue reading “Every Microsoft 365 Tool in Existence: Series Overview 2021”

Every Microsoft 365 Tool in Existence: Migrations 2021

Anyone who has been working in the SharePoint ecosystem for any period of time knows that the title of this blog post, “Every SharePoint Migration Tool…” is a bold statement. Purpose of this article: The purpose of this report is to provide a comprehensive understanding of the SharePoint Online / Teams / OneDrive migration toolsContinue reading “Every Microsoft 365 Tool in Existence: Migrations 2021”

Every Microsoft 365 Tool in Existence: Governance Automation 2021

The primary goal of this article is to educate IT executives and technologies on the roles and capabilities of governance automation tools available for Microsoft 365. In this article, we’ll answer the following questions: Why do I need governance in Microsoft 365? How does M365 governance fit with overall IT governance? What should the roleContinue reading “Every Microsoft 365 Tool in Existence: Governance Automation 2021”

Timing is everything: how to achieve efficient intranet builds and roll-outs

Having a clean and powerful intranet is a “must have” for organizations. It’s where employees stay up to date, communicate, and access important information such as policies, procedures, forms, documents, and templates. The intranet is also a pivotal part of defining and instilling company culture and collaboration across departments and geographies. At Distributed Logic, weContinue reading “Timing is everything: how to achieve efficient intranet builds and roll-outs”

Collaborative Design: are the right stakeholders at the intranet table?

We have all been part of projects that get stuck in loops of feedback. It’s a painful place to be, and it’s the primary reason that we developed our Collaborative Design stage for intranet builds. It’s a crucial step to avoid going down the path of the endless project. Whether the intranet build is intricateContinue reading “Collaborative Design: are the right stakeholders at the intranet table?”

Prevent the collaboration free-for-all! Get governance in place for Microsoft Teams

We’ve been vocal about the rise of Microsoft Teams as a collaboration tool, and think that for most clients it is a better tool than Slack or Skype for Business. In fact, Teams is deceptively simple for such a complex tool, and if users are left to their own devices (pun intended) there are countlessContinue reading “Prevent the collaboration free-for-all! Get governance in place for Microsoft Teams”

The Classic vs. Modern SharePoint Showdown: is it time to get Modern?

We’ve discussed before how quickly things move in the SharePoint world; we know how important it is to stay up to date so that our clients don’t have to. Part and parcel to that, however, is our belief that new doesn’t necessarily equal better, so we don’t always rush to recommend the latest release. SuchContinue reading “The Classic vs. Modern SharePoint Showdown: is it time to get Modern?”

Teams, Slack and Spark: A product comparison

In our previous post, “Filling the communication and collaboration gap” we walked through how the evolution of Unified Communication and Collaboration (UCC) services and the Enterprise Collaboration Market (ECM) are not only inevitable, but already happening – and at a rapid pace. Disruptive newcomers have dominated persistent messaging collaboration almost by accident. Slack, for example,Continue reading “Teams, Slack and Spark: A product comparison”

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