A new project comes up where you need to work with colleagues outside your immediate team. You have a kick-off meeting, and then comes the scramble. Who took notes? Who's team site will you use to store documents? Who needs to be in the loop on every communication? Who's going to send out the next meeting?
When you need to pull together ad-hoc teams to collaborate on content, conversations, and next steps, Office 365 Groups may help.
What's more, when it's integrated with your system for customer engagement, you have an opportunity to collaborate on the one thing that makes all businesses hum: customers.
Check out this new video on Office 365 Groups integrated within Dynamics CRM Online 2015 Update 1 by Tony Schmidt to learn more.
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