We are back with some exciting new capabilities for Govern 365!
In earlier posts, we’ve discussed the power of Govern 365 to create and maintain sprawl-free Office 365 collaborative workspaces empowering the users but not impairing any governance control. This included wizard-based provisioning, automated disposal of stale content and all backed up by a configurable and high horsepower engine.
This is time for digging into the nuances of comprehensive content life-cycle management which includes the capability of recertification.
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It is said that Microsoft tends to do well on version 3 of everything! This is not a poke at Microsoft, it is more the nature of software lifecycle. Software improves as and when its creators embody the flexibility to understand the intersection point between their vision and the market’s response to using their product. Given the Microsoft 365 ecosystem today, we now have a complete and secure content & collaboration platform that can be scaled to about any desired size.
Continue reading “Govern 365 – Provisioning Wizard for Office 365 Containers”
Do you want to afford your users the freedom to create Sites, Teams and Groups seamlessly in Office 365 without losing control? This can be a challenging task with the limited out-of-the-box governance features in Office 365.
Continue reading “Manage Content Sprawl in Office 365 by Automating Disposal with Govern 365”
Achieving success with Office 365 means making sure it enables everyone in the organization to achieve more. Companies using Office 365 often find end user adoption pitfalls as one of the key challenges towards maximizing the benefits of their investment. The multiplicity of workloads in Office 365 (SharePoint Online, Yammer, Teams, Outlook Groups, Planner, Stream, etc.) can lead users to a state of confusion as to which workload is the right tool for their specific need. Unfortunately, this confusion can slow down adoption and hamper productivity. Continue reading “Govern 365 – An End User Perspective”
The team of Govern 365 was busy at work in Q4 2017 and now at the beginning of the year 2018, they have some good news to share. We were in touch with our customers and interacted with them at all level of new releases. Even our contacts at Microsoft kept our ears to the street on what we can improve to add value. On January 2018, we released several major upgrades that the team was pumped about!
Continue reading “Govern 365 Releases New Updates 1.1 This January”