One of the new services that Microsoft recently brought to Office 365 was Delve. It has been made available to early adopters for about six months but now has been made available to all eligible plans (E1, E3 and E4).
Delve is an example of the shift that is taking place within the Enterprise towards the integration of social networking as a business tool. Delve is basically a dynamic card based interface that surfaces your most relevant content from across Office 365. If you want to know more about the details of Delve have a loo at:
Where does this content come from? SharePoint and OneDrive for Business, Office 365 video, Yammer, emails and more. How does it determine what is relevant content? Delve uses the Officegraph technology to analyse the interactions between Office 365 users. It learns who you are what is important to you. It then surfaces relevant content to you in the familiar card view. This means you can go to a single location to track all the information in one location rather than across the different Office 365 properties.
Utilisation of dedicated collaboration tools like Delve and Yammer are a much better way for most businesses to communicate and stay on top of projects and share information information across the organisation. If you haven’t already started playing with the social tools of Office 365 then please contact us here at Correct on (02) 8831 8200 and let us help. We can not only show you the benefits of social networking within a business but also help you implement it effectively.
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