Bridging the gap with SharePoint and Microsoft Teams
- Published: 25 February 2022
Bridging the gap between online content management and internal communications using SharePoint & Microsoft Teams
As we’ve entered a new age, technology has been adapted for the better, allowing more people to connect and businesses to become more accessible. Due to COVID-19, the adoption of a digital presence has accelerated and streamlined businesses at both an organisation and an industry level. With staff having to work from home, and consumers still having to engage with products and services, while having limited physical connections, companies have had to move from paper-based processes to online solutions that allow for efficient communication, collaboration, and an ever-accessible presence.
Over the past 2 years we’ve seen an influx in the demand for both SharePoint, and Microsoft Teams. Both of these products sit within your Microsoft365 tenancy and integrate with one another to bridge the gap between online content management and internal communications.
SharePoint simplifies communication, collaboration, information, and document management in one place. Providing a strategic direction and framework to implement roles, processes, policies, and rules for better security during day-to-day online activities. SharePoint is the leading solution for transforming your business. You can access your digital workplace wherever you are, and transition seamlessly from a desktop view into a mobile view for on the go access. SharePoint allows you to retain scalability with your business’ growth and helps make the transition to an online workplace as simple as possible.
Microsoft Teams is great for project-oriented groups to have a conversation, collaborate in files, call, and meet right where the work is taking place. Teams allows for real-time communication with its chat-based environment that can be public to anyone in your organisation or locked down to private groups. Teams uses the concept of channels to allow for your department or project groups to easily navigate the content and conversation that it relates to. Documents shared in Microsoft Teams are stored in SharePoint, combining both efficient communication and content management into one easy to use solution.
Now more than ever we need to empower people and teams to work in a hybrid world, where they can manage their content and effectively collaborate- any where any time. Get in touch to discuss how we can help you deliver your digital transformation for your business.