With the launch of Release 8.5, OnePlace Solutions brings full native support for Microsoft Teams, strengthening our integration with Microsoft 365. Already supported in the OnePlaceMail App, bringing Teams to the desktop software brings consistency in functionality across all the OnePlace Solutions software offerings, and with it more productivity gains for all our users.
You can work on a draft document in your OneDrive for Business and when ready to share with the rest of your team you can move it to your Team and channel, to collaborate or start a chat around the document.
The trusted information capture and classify capabilities of OnePlaceMail and OnePlaceDocs, can now be used to save to Teams as well as SharePoint and OneDrive for Business. Once in Teams, the content can be searched and shared within the Team.
Insert Teams content as attachments in Outlook and links in Outlook and Word providing greater information sharing and collaboration.
Access Teams content where users live, whether it be Outlook, Word, or OnePlaceDocs Explorer, without the need to context switch to the Teams client. This makes users even more productive than before. Collaborate on content in Teams/channels and private channels, ensuring content is secure, up to date, and shared with all team members.
OnePlace Solutions is fully integrated with the Microsoft Graph, we are super excited to deliver exciting innovations to our customers and partners now and into the future regardless of what areas of Microsoft 365 you are using and how they have been configured.
With a rich history of integration with SharePoint and OneDrive for Business, we are delighted to add support for Micorosoft Teams and the collaboration opportunities they provide.
Get started by installing R8.5 today and interact with your Teams now.
The Digital Workplace Conference (DWC) New Zealand returned for its 12th year, and attendees were thrilled it was back to an in-person event! Assembling over 25 digital transformation experts from around the region, the premier Digital Workplace event was held in Auckland, New Zealand, from the 1st to the 2nd of March.
Data has long been considered the equivalent of gold or oil in terms of its intrinsic value to businesses. As the rate at which the volume of data created, consumed, and stored continues to increase—with global data creation forecast to grow to more than 180 zettabytes by 2025¹ —data management will be of greater importance.
Microsoft first announced its vision for the future of Outlook in 2020 and continues to move towards the highly anticipated launch of One Outlook.