Nik’s Chicago Office 365 User Group Session Deck on Better together SharePoint and OneDrive and Microsoft Teams is Available

I had a wonderful time at presenting very relevant but very confused topic of when to use which Office 365 products and how Microsoft is trying to alleviate some of those concerns by directly adding features in the product by integrating SharePoint and OneDrive with Microsoft Teams.

I have attended Mark Kashman and Jeremy Mazner’s Microsoft Ignite 2018 session (BRK2102 – Better teamwork, together: SharePoint and OneDrive integration with Microsoft Teams) on the same topic and very much impressed with how Microsoft is building in-context experiences in OneDrive, SharePoint, and Microsoft Teams to integrate three products together. I had decided to reuse lots of materials from the Ignite session and added a few additional when to use community illustrations to make the talk more relevant.

Here are the session and deck I have presented at Chicago Office 365 User Group. If you are in Chicago during our next meetup, please stop by and enjoy a free tech, beer, and food on us.

Better together: SharePoint and OneDrive and Microsoft Teams

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Microsoft Teams provides you a contextual interface to get all your work done from the centralized team workspace in Office 365. SharePoint connects the workplace and powers content collaboration in Office 365. OneDrive connects you with all your files in Office 365.

Together, SharePoint, OneDrive and Microsoft Teams are greater than the sum of their parts. Join Nik Patel from SPR for an overview of how these products interact with each other and learn about the latest integrations Microsoft is working on to bring the richness of SharePoint and OneDrive directly into Microsoft Teams experiences and vice versa.

We will also look when to use what, and some of the finest illustrations created by the community to understand why all these products need to co-exist to realize the full power of your investments in Office 365.

Enjoy!!

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