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Jed Cawthorne has written a very interesting article on how Microsoft has followed through with its promises to increase the rate of releases in order to support Knowledge Management in the Cloud.
Link to the original article: http://www.cmswire.com/digital-workplace/how-microsoft-supports-knowledge-management-in-the-cloud/
In his article, Jed takes a look at the latest Office 365 releases throught a knowledge management lens, taking into account the the tools that help connecting workers, such as Outlook, MS Ofice, SharePoint Online, OneDrive, Planner, etc.
“Microsoft is clearly doing some good work on the knowledge management front, with easier to use Team Sites and mobile access being two clear signs of progress. While I haven’t had the opportunity to test Delve out firsthand, it’s a product that certainly seems to deliver on knowledge discovery and sharing.”