With the rise of mobile computing and social networks, organizations have seemingly endless applications available for facilitating collaboration and communication to complete projects faster and more efficiently.
Last year, Microsoft introduced Office 365 groups, a collaboration and communication tool that "brings together people, information and apps across the Office 365 platform." By providing new team members with a historical view of conversations, projects and updates, it also minimizes time spent getting them up to speed. Office 365 groups are the future of company-wide collaboration, and as an Exchange administrator, you need to understand this tool before it takes off.
In this video, Justin Harris explains what these groups look like from a technical perspective, walks you through the features and benefits and offers a look at the administrative options available.