Office 365 Architecture Information

How Office 365 Has Changed Information Architecture

Office 365 changes the information architecture game with modern team sites, communications sites, teams, and other new functionality. If you are tasked with records management, knowledge management, or other information management decisions how does this functionality affect you? Sarah Haase, Enterprise Collaboration Strategist & Corporate Librarian, answers these questions and also touches on end user adoption of these new technologies.

System of Record vs System of Engagement

Systems of Record Versus Systems of Engagement

We’ve always seen records management as something that occurs within a content system. We’ve carefully ensured that records were stored in the Records Management system, in the correct place, with the correct category and retention schedule. This way of thinking hasn’t changed much despite the advances in technology. But what if there is a better way to manage records?

Christian-Buckley

Patterns of Collaboration [Video]

Christian Buckley, Founder & CEO of CollabTalk, talks to us about some exciting new research projects he is doing with the SharePoint, OneDrive, and Yammer product team called “Changes in governance policies and practices as collaboration moves from on-prem infrastructure to the cloud”. We talk about how this topic impacts compliance and records management, and how this impacts an organization’s deployment.

Microsoft Teams Tips

Top 10 Tips for Using Microsoft Teams

As a part of RecordPoint’s “Ultimate Guide to Microsoft Teams” series, we wanted to harness the collective knowledge of our staff around Microsoft Teams and share some of the lessons learned along the way. These tips come from our experience using Microsoft Teams internally at RecordPoint. They also come from conversations we’ve been having within our network of Office 365 experts, and from helping people make sense of this new tool.