Level: Introductory to Intermediate
In this session, Agnes will provide an overview and explain Office Graph and Oslo, as well as discuss how these tools work and why they are so revolutionary.
At SPC14, Microsoft made some major announcements - one of the most revolutionary was definitely Office Graph, and the related application, Oslo. If I wanted to oversimplify it , I would say Oslo is like a "Flipboard for business". A Search-Driven Application that aggregates content from various locations in various views. It's based on Office Graph that intends to help finding the right information in the right context. Office Graph combines people, content and the ecosystem, based on the "signals" it collects.
Although these tools are supposed to be released to the public in the second half of 2014, it's already time to get prepared! In this session, I'm going to overview and explain all information that is publicly available, as well as discuss how these tools work and why they are so revolutionary.
You will learn:
- What Office Graph is, how it works and its benefits
- What CodeName "Oslo" is and how it uses Office Graph
- Other applications of Office Graph (and other Graph solutions)