Just want to ask for some guidance and help here... Not a technical issue but more a functional problem.
I work in a large international financial services organization. We are busy connectng countries to MS Stream service of O365.
Although technically things are going fine we do encounter a problem from a functional perspective, mainly from the (corporate) communications departments.
I believe there are two issues:
1. People just can’t really get their head around the groups & channels difference and I feel the common reflex is that they wish to create a lot of groups to somehow control the content of the MS Stream platform. A lot of communications department want a group per country for instance so that they have like a “home page” spotlight feature for a country.... etc...
2. (Corporate) Communications departments seems to feel that they own the service. This is off course based on a more traditional IT landscape where video storage / streaming services were usually controlled by them.
With MS Stream this isn’t the case anymore and I also feel that they should aim to setup a whole groups structure before startling to use the service.
Question: 1. Do you have any knowledge of best practices around introducing MS Stream within a large international company. I would love to come into contact with people to share their approach and experiences.
2. Does anyone have a clear process flow which help people to understand when a group is needed within MS Stream in stead of just having topic based channels?
Hope you all have some tips & tricks!
Thanks a lot!
Eric Mooij The Netherlands, Europe. firstname.lastname@example.org