“The knowledge of Project Cortex” 🎙 a bonus Microsoft Ignite 2019 episode of The Intrazone

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Do you feel the electric tinge, that spark down the outer layer of your knowledge network? That’s Project Cortex – kinetically and automatically organizing and connecting people and content across your teams and systems. Project Cortex in Microsoft 365 applies AI to empower people with knowledge and expertise within the apps they use every day. And it’s one of the big content services announcements coming out of Microsoft Ignite 2019.

 

In this bonus episode, we dive into the who, what and why of Project Cortex – to learn how you and your company will further the union between people, content and work processes. Chris and I talk with Adam Harmetz, partner group program manager across SharePoint experiences, and Naomi Moneypenny, director of content services and insights in Microsoft 365.

 

OK, time to soak up some serious #knowledge…

 

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clipboard_image_0.jpegLeft to right, top to bottom: Naomi Moneypenny – director of content services and insights (Microsoft/SharePoint) [guest], Adam Harmetz – partner group program manager (Microsoft/SharePoint) [guest], Chris McNulty – senior product manager (SharePoint/Microsoft) [co-host], and Mark Kashman – senior product manager (SharePoint/Microsoft) [co-host].

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