I’ve been refreshing myself on the Microsoft collaboration stack for some upcoming work projects. While at first, I didn’t find much original in Microsoft Teams in group chat world dominated by Slack, I find myself changing my mind about it and here’s why. Microsoft Teams could be the new collaboration layer Mention SharePoint in any… Continue reading Microsoft Teams: Group chat or a solution to SharePoint collaboration UX?
Image by Wynand van Poortvliet via Unsplash.com I’ve been following the news leading up to the recent release of SharePoint 2016 with keen interest. As a technical writer working with corporate and government client, I follow SharePoint and other collaboration developments religiously. Furthermore, I’ve long been a proponent of SharePoint and in turn Office 365… Continue reading Are we at peak SharePoint mobility, yet?
I’ve been using Atlassian Confluence for about a month now as part of a new technical writing contract. While I’ve been a wiki and collaboration platform proponent forever, the move from work at home to client site based technical writer got me thinking about my attitudes and stances around wikis and collaboration again. Personal spaces… Continue reading 5 reasons to use personal spaces on wikis & collaboration platforms
Image by Samuel Zeller via Unsplash.com The forgotten player is the success of Microsoft SharePoint is the person on the project team who makes SharePoint work for the team. SharePoint may not even be part of their formal job description but from a combination of prior experience and knowing the potential in SharePoint to solve… Continue reading Foster a culture of SharePoint champions
When I was out under quarantine after a medical test the other week, I made extra efforts to catch up on some professional reading and take an informal survey of where my local job market is at for technical writing positions. Out of the usual job requirements that never seem to leave the job boards,… Continue reading SharePoint governance and the technical writer