Microsoft Workplace Analytics has been delivered in GA (general availability) on July 6th.
Workplace Analytics is available with Office 365 E5 subscriptions and as an add-on for some other subscriptions.
Workplace Analytics use the power of Delve (and other services) to gather data and metadata on how your organization collaborates to highlight potential collaboration improvements.
You can think ‘Big Brother is watching you’ but privacy an important part of Workplace Analytics.
In this post I’m going through some of the functionalities of Workplace Analytics.
As I’m using a E3 subscriptions, I’m going to use a trial.
The corresponding SKU reference (for use with PowerShell) is EXCHANGE_ANALYTICS
Yes, as I started to prepare you, you are going to wait a week while WA is gathering/analyzing the data; and my tenant is ‘small’ – I mean 2-3 active users, few test ones… so the analysis should be quicker than for a large organization but no
After waiting for a week to get data analyzed, here are the results:
In addition of the Analytics web page, you are also getting an Outlook add-on Delve Analytics automatically.
The add-on opens a new blade in your Outlook and let you to keep up with what you have to do
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