The coronavirus has us all living life a little differently now. It has changed how we travel and shop. How we communicate and spend time with others. It has also changed how organizations are conducting business. They have had to adapt to shutdowns and stay-at-home orders. With the many kinds of businesses out there, they certainly are finding different ways to adapt to continue operations. Primarily working remotely.
The World Health Organization has officially declared the recent coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak a pandemic and it has infected hundreds of thousands around the world. If your business hasn’t already been impacted by COVID-19, it is only a question of when.
With O365 groups and now Microsoft teams, their creation creates a SharePoint site associated with a group or team. Although these sites are site collections in the /sites/ namespace, they are hidden from the tenant SharePoint admin site hierarchy area. How do you list, manage and control these SharePoint sites? How do you distinguish between sites created through the admin area versus sites created by a group or a team?
With the recent increase in teleworking due to COVID-19 it has become more difficult to collaborate with team members closely. Previously, when someone had a simple question they could just pop their head into a neighbor's office. Now, in a virtual world, it's not as easy. Arguably, the importance of sharing information easily is more important than ever. This has resulted in apps such as Microsoft Teams being increasingly used for instant messaging.
Is there a way to make organizational policies, wikis, or knowledge bases more accessible or even fun? Microsoft Teams bots can be used to share company information easily and efficiently. Just ask the bot! The video below shows how this can work for your organization.
Make sharing your organizational information searchable and fun using a Bot!