[ #ESPC15 ] part 2 : Delve Analytics worldwide announcement…

Second article of a series on what we learnt at [ #ESPC15 ]:

 

This was one of the most forward looking session we had at European SharePoint Conference 2015. It was presented by Warren Johnson, Principal Program Manager on the Delve Analytics team within the Office 365 Core product group. He is based in Redmond.

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It was all about presenting the future extension of Delve, which will be called Delve Analytics. This new and innovative feature is announced to be available in Office 365 in several months.

It will uses big data to reveal how behaviors drive business outcomes. With it you will gain visibility into your individual activities and relationships that drive business forward.

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Three main goals given to the product are :

  • to get time back
  • to spend if effectively and
  • to personalize
Privacy is taken very seriously and all  information not already discoverable to you is aggregated and anonymized image

 

The demo was obviously a major part of the session. On one side, you can see the pictures I took live in the session and on the right the detailed screenshots.

The first part of the demo was about feedbacks and statistics you will get directly in your email (via an Outlook add-in) :

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The second part of the demo was about the new views you will get in your Delve profile page in the browser.

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Time spent on e-mail is also showing up here.image

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Here this is an analysis of focus time.image

and time spent working after hours.

 
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Last part of the demo show that personal objectives and goals could be defined.

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Some final screenshots taken on a demo tenant:

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To conclude, the setup and governance details where precised:

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Last but not least, an API can be expected and it will be introduced first with E5 plan:

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So the feature appears even at its early stages very promising but we need to see it at a final stage to be able to judge the whole potential it will have in the organizations.

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