Ever since Microsoft debuted their Office 365 Groups, focusing initially on the conversational capability within Outlook rather than the underlying architectural changes – which is what Groups is really all about – there have been questions from the community asking if and how Groups impacts how we manage the various workloads in Office 365. The concept of groups presents a new direction for the platform (and Microsoft has corrected the messaging that separates the Outlook features from the Groups platform
capabilities). While some may feel like this has been a backwards move for administration and governance,  Groups presents clear insight into the future path of Office 365 – and they will undoubtedly have an impact on each of our organizations as office 365 continues to expand and grow.

Join this month’s #CollabTalk tweetjam on Tuesday, February 28th at 9am PST as we discuss “The Organizational Impacts of Groups” with experts, MVPs, and community members from around the world as we tackle this topic and share our thoughts and experiences. Sponsored by tyGraph.

Read more about the tweetjam and our panelists on buckleyPLANET.com 


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