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Whilst there are not confirmed timelines for the release of Delve to 'all' O365 organisations, administrators are able to Opt-In to receive significant service updates during the first release cycle.

s we become increasingly more connected and networked in our personal and work lives we run the risk of burnout or fatigue through information overload. Having studied information overload at university and taking inspiration from the filter bubbles concept, I sought a concept that would help users and organisations alike reach a point of optimal productivityWhilst I didn't realise at the time, it was in fact Delve that I was referring to. 

For me, Delve is solving the problem of information overload and serendipity that we all face in the modern workplace. I've been exposed to then known as Code Name Oslo for sometime and I've found it to be a useful tool that helps relevant content find me. 

Just the other week my team and I were sitting in an internal meeting about a customer in the Middle East, where the account team delivered a presentation with some useful account statistics. By the end of the day, I tried to find the file that was presented to me and I couldn't remember who stored the file or where (sound familiar?). Using Delve I was quickly able to find the files that had been shared with me. Genuinely, I think that must have saved me over 10 minutes looking for that specific file. 

Powered by the Office Graph, Delve is an intelligent, social experience that uses machine learning to surface the most relevant content tailored to you. It pulls the content that was shared with you in meetings from Lync, or sent across in Exchange and surfaces the content shared in Yammer, in a very consumable easy to digest display. 

Whilst there are not confirmed timelines for the release of Delve to 'all' O365 organisations, administrators are able to Opt-In to receive significant service updates during the first release cycle.

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