When performing a cost-benefit analysis of the Microsoft 365 E5 license for users in your organization, cost is usually the deciding factor as the quality of the features are rarely disputed. However, there are some who argue that to maintain a “Better” Security and Compliance posture as suggested by Microsoft, some of these key security features should be made more widely accessible and affordable and therefore included in the E3 license structure. Microsoft MVP Peter Rising took his debate to Twitter, conducting a straw poll where the results show there is clearly an appetite for more choice when it comes to Microsoft 365 licensing.
On the fence about taking Microsoft 365 certification exams? Unclear on how they benefit you professionally? Not sure where to get started and how to prepare? In this article, Microsoft MVP Peter Rising explores those questions, shares his personal experience, and provides perspective on the importance of M365 exams as it relates to personal growth and career development.
When it comes to eDiscovery and which solution is right for your organization, “you get what you pay for.” Microsoft 365 services are no different – you’re either willing to pay for them or you aren’t. Some organizations will not need or want to pay for Advanced eDiscovery, while others will find it an essential purchase. Regardless of which camp your organization resides in, Microsoft provides customers with the flexibility to choose between two eDiscovery tools best suited for your needs.
In Part 3, Peter covers how to create forms processing models from SharePoint document libraries by using AI Builder, a feature of Microsoft PowerApps. Before plunging into the detail, it is important to understand how forms processing models compare and differ to document understanding models.
In part two of Peter Rising’s blog series, he looks at adding document understanding models into a newly created Syntex Content Center, and how to add, classify, and train documents with SharePoint Syntex.