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How to sort through redundancies between SharePoint and Office 365
The standard team site has surely been one of the platform's most popular templates, enabling document sharing, team tasking, communication, scheduling, project tracking and notification functionality in a single location

Microsoft Teams
Microsoft's Teams application, upon which it has placed high hopes, is being leveraged to compete with Slack. Teams facilitates the creation of ad hoc workgroups in the enterprise, cloud-based communications for project or task discussion, planning, and record keeping. Documents, links and other useful artifacts can be appended to chats and tagged, as well. And everything can be saved for later reference

Office 365 Groups
by default, provisions a new group with a Team, Yammer and a SharePoint team site.

First Cut
If your collaboration is lean and mean, spontaneous, and simple, go with Teams; if it's complex and in need of careful tending and tight security, go with SharePoint

Other Use Cases
- Is the project gathering together a significant amount of content that will later be needed elsewhere? Go with SharePoint (the creation of a new Team passively provisions a team site for document storage anyway, so Microsoft is leveraging its tried-and-true SharePoint document libraries in any case).
- Are multiple user platforms required? Go with Teams; it works well on Windows, Mac OS X, iOS and Android.
Will APIs be required to tie project activity to external apps? Teams can't do that; go with SharePoint.
- Need real-time chat? Choose Teams; SharePoint Newsfeed has been deprecated (though Yammer can be embedded in SharePoint).

The simple rule of thumb: For structured or custom content, go with SharePoint; for simple, Office-compatible content, go with OneDrive.

Other use cases
- Does the content need to be customized? For custom views, metadata and configurable data types, go with SharePoint.
- Is there a need for personal file management across devices? OneDrive is built for that.
- Does management of the content require a custom workflow? Go with SharePoint.
- Will larger files need to be readily emailed? Go with OneDrive.
- Does the content have complex security requirements? Go with SharePoint.
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10 days ago by tom.reeder

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