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My next 3 Sessions

Hello 🙂

I wanted to share with you my 3 sessions:

I will be a speaker in AOS Strasbourg 04/06 to talk about Teams implementation ( sold out).

I will give a full day  preconference about Microsoft 365 Usages in Paris, click here to subscribe

I will be a speaker in the MWCP 19 to talk about Governance in Teams ( hopefully) 🙂

Have a greta day !


Is Microsoft Teams the future for office communications?

Microsoft Teams the star of the moment

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At a recent presentation on Office 365, the presenter started with Microsoft Teams and spent the next half hour or so demonstrating how it, not Outlook, had become the centre of his daily life. He didn’t mention the connection with Office 365 Groups until asked.

Is Microsoft Teams the future of office communications, replacing Outlook?

Teams was introduced to the Office 365 environment in late 2016. (See this video). At the time, it was described as ‘a true chat-based hub for teamwork and give customers the opportunity to create a more open, fluid, and digital environment.’ (

Many early reviews suggested that Teams was Microsoft’s response to Slack, but this comparison is simplistic. Teams has much more functionality than Slack.

How do Teams link into the Office 365 environment?

Teams is not an isolated application in the Office 365 (O365) environment. It has direct links with O365 Groups.


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Speaker IN m SharePoint Days Tunisia


I will be a speaker at the SharePoint Days in Tunisia this week (24/2/2017- 25/2/2017).


I will be presenting 2 sessions (in French)

Introduction Ă  Microsoft Flow : ce que tout consultant SharePoint doit savoir” (with Serge Luca)


“Office 365 : Teams VS Groups”


see you there

Yes! Yammer Will Work Together with Office 365 Groups!

Yes! Yammer Will Work Together with Office 365 Groups!

A very insightful article about the future of Yammer and its integration with office 365

Serendipitous Signals

Fear. Uncertainty. Doubt. It always happens this way. I’ll be at a conference, having just got off stage, answered numerous questions and received business cards for follow ups. Then, despite what I’ve just very publicly and passionately expounded, people draw me aside, even other Microsoft MVPs and ask, “But really – is Yammer dead? Why are there so many places to have conversations? What should I tell my users to use? Do Groups compete with Yammer? Should we use both?” And my recent favorite – “Won’t Yammer be replaced by LinkedIn?” Sigh. I hear this FUD (almost) every day and at every conference I speak at, so here’s to setting the record straight and hopefully providing some insight along the way.

(Gentle reader, this post is Part 1 of 4, for ease of your consumption and we’re going to moving from the tactical to the strategic. Part 2 will be about Governance in Groups

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JournĂ©e AOS Aix-en-Provence: L’Ă©vĂ©nement Ă  ne pas rater !


Nous avons le plaisir de vous inviter à notre premier événement dédié aux technologies Microsoft à Aix-en-Provence!

Cet Ă©vĂ©nement organisĂ© par la communautĂ© internationale aOS (Azure, Office 365, SharePoint ) aura lieu le 06 septembre prochain au sein des locaux de l’Ă©cole Ingesup.

Cette journĂ©e totalement gratuite sera pour vous l’occasion d’assister Ă  de nombreuses prĂ©sentations vous permettant de dĂ©couvrir les nouveautĂ©s autour des technologies collaboratives Microsoft.

Ce sera Ă©galement l’occasion de poser vos questions et d’échanger avec les nombreux experts prĂ©sents lors de cette journĂ©e.

Soyez nombreux 😉

[ #SharePoint2016 ] Planning hardware and software requirements

[ #SharePoint2016 ] Planning hardware and software requirements

An excellent article about hardware and software requirements for SharePoint 2016 by Patrick Guimonet [MVP – MS RD] .

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Continuing our journey to SharePoint 2016, after Planning and architecting Distributed cache Service for SharePoint 2016, I would like to stress in this article mostly on memory requirements for SharePoint 2016.

Here are my key takeaways about requirements for SharePoint 2016:

  1. There is no change regarding processor needs on every config it’s 4 cores, 64 bits processor.
  2. There is a significant change regarding memory needs from 12 GB (for SharePoint 2013) to 16 GB for a standard SharePoint 2016 production server
  3. There is no change regarding disk space requirements
  4. There is no change regarding requirements for a stretched farm (latency  should be < 1 ms 99.9% of the time and bandwidth at least 1 Gbit/s)
  5. There is a standard evolution regarding Windows and SQL Server supported versions

All these information come from the well known pages: Hardware and software requirements for SharePoint Server 2016

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