Dynamics 365 is set to bring together intelligent applications for ease of business and to support users in enhancing their productivity and efficiency.
Multiple applications mean multiple passwords to remember, interfaces to learn, and places to store information. Files are not always stored or sent securely, and productivity
So you have probably heard it all when it comes to SharePoint, huh?
Throughout my Client ventures, I still hear the questions, “Well, what can SharePoint do for me?” “Our business is too small, does it make sense for us to deploy?” “What hardware or resources will I need?” “What’s my ROI?” and finally, “Can we use that in the cloud?”
In past years, SharePoint was a larger on-Premise more complicated platform that needed Administration, Developers, Maintenance, Site managers, and sometimes full team collaboration to make a successful best practices deployment and positive user experiences. This is still needed in some environments, but clearly some things have changed.