We’ve outlined some key considerations and business solutions in this series to help guide you and make the most of your Office 365 and SharePoint setup and implementation.
Moving to the cloud using Office 365 and SharePoint Online is not a single decision. It actually requires you to make a lot of choices – many of which directly impact IT, and ultimately help your end users adopt the tool.
And that’s just a start. There’s a broad range of questions and topics you need to consider before making the leap into the cloud.
To help, we’ve created a three-chapter blog series to help guide you in upgrading, migrating, and deploying Office 365 and SharePoint Online. Take a look:
Chapter One: Office 365 Solutions
In this series of blogs, we explore the key capabilities in Office 365 and SharePoint to create business solutions, with a primary focus on PowerApps. Instead of listing the functionalities, we help you build a PowerApp.
- Part 1: Office 365 PowerApps Part 1
- Part 2: Office 365 PowerApps Deepish Dive Part 2
- Part 3: Office 365 PowerApps Deepish Dive Part 3
- Part 4: Office 365 PowerApps Deepish Dive Part 4
- Part 5: Office 365 PowerApps Deepish Dive Part 5
- Part 6: Should Your Organization Replace InfoPath Forms with PowerApps?
- Part 7: Microsoft PowerApps: What is it? What does it do? Is it easy to use?
Chapter Two: SharePoint Upgrade, Migration, Deployment
This series highlights critical considerations and best practices for upgrading, migrating and deploying SharePoint 2016 and SharePoint Online. Learn what will work best for your business.
- Part 1: SharePoint Deployment: Employee Adoption Challenge
- Part 2: SharePoint On-Premises vs. SharePoint Online
- Part 3: Should you Upgrade or Migrate to SharePoint 2016?
- Part 4: Recommended Best Practices for Migrating SharePoint to Office 365
- Part 5: Office 365 Adoption: Helping Users Make The Transition
Chapter Three: Office 365 Deployment
In this series, we take a closer look at what it takes to support a successful Office 365 migration including the decisions, strategy, mobility, monitoring, and on-boarding aspects.
- Part 1: Office 365 Decisions: It’s More Than Email and SharePoint
- Part 2: Office 365 Strategy: Plan to Be Secure
- Part 3: Office 365 Mobility: Securing Data with Mobile Device Management Solutions
- Part 4: Office 365 Monitoring: Service Health Features to Help You Sleep at Night
- Part 5: Office 365 Onboarding: Sell The Decision