As contextual help systems emerge in the market, a question is often asked: we are already running training programs, do we have to install a contextual help system as well? The answer to this question is yes. Training programs definitely help but contextual help systems ensure digital adoption.
Microsoft announced some changes to self-service group and site creation in Office 365 a little while ago that has some interesting governance implications - especially if you're the tenant admin. The focus of these changes seems to be making self-service site creation more attractive for organizations who may have been wary of allowing it previously.
Many organizations are still hesitant about adopting Microsoft Teams. They are missing out; here is why. Collaborative work with emails is impractically limited. Working together on a simple PowerPoint document can result in several messy threads of lost emails.
Help your team move their collaborative tasks to Microsoft Teams as soon as possible; the resulting boost in productivity is worth the investment. Everyone will be able to contribute more and teamwork culture will develop organically.
We take feedback to heart at VisualSP because it helps drive the enhancements made to the Help System. A big thanks to our customers and partners for your thoughts and suggestions. With your feedback we are excited to announce the release of the following new features and capabilities:
I've been working with VisualSP a lot lately, now that my focus is on user adoption. One of my colleagues there recently collected a set of survey data about what organizations see as their biggest challenge. The clear winner was user adoption, and the next 4 were all topics related to that. I find this interesting, because it shows a growing awareness of the importance of user adoption.