Office 365 Groups cause many different reactions. Some don't like the way that they usurp SharePoint team sites. Some decry the lack of management and control. Some like the evolution away from standard email distribution groups but wonder why Office 365 Groups can't be implemented for on-premises applications. And some consider them a short-sighted attempt to remove Microsoft's focus on collaboration technology away from Yammer. Like most ideas and opinions, there are many views to be considered to understand the full story, which is what we will attempt to do in this session. No guarantee is given that we'll arrive at an answer that will satisfy, but at least we'll have an information-filled discussion about the different aspects of Office 365 Groups.
This video was recorded on Tuesday 26th of April 2016 during the Belgium Unified Communications Community Event "E-Communications Day" in Brussels (@Microsoft Head Quarters Diegem) This event was an entire day, full of e-communication madness, presented to you by the greatest experts in the industry. Over 10 MVPs presented various topics such as Office 365, Exchange, Skype for Business and Azure Active Directory.
Belgian E-Communications User Group http://www.be-com.eu/