Microsoft recognizes the real power of cloud services, such as Office 365, lies not necessarily in the client apps that we use to access and work with data, but in the ability to tap into data and use analytics and business intelligence (BI) to get insights for making business decisions. Often knowledge workers don’t need complex BI or analytics, but just access to company data that has already been presented in a document so that it can be reused somewhere else. Sounds like it ought to be a simple task, right?
Teams who communicate well understand what needs to be done, what is being worked on, and what is coming up next. To many in the business world, communication is synonymous with email but what if there was an easier way to chat
Many companies want to get the most out of their tools. To maximize how your company uses Office 365 focus on teamwork training.
Many companies use Office 365, but many of their employees ignore the new tools. How do you train users to take advantage of everything?
Maximize your email workflow by adding OneNote. Save emails, reply to long emails without missing a single point. OneNote plus Outlook is the perfect pair.
Office 365 users may wonder about the online versions of the classic Office desktop programs. So how does Office Online measure up, and what is it good for?
Still relying on email as your primary mode of communication? Find out how Office 365 and Yammer can increase your productivity.
Email is out of date and if your company uses Office 365, then they might have Yammer, which is a far superior communication tool.
Use these tools to reduce the amount of “email work” you do every day.
How can you get the most out of Office 365 using mobile apps on iOS, Android, and Windows Mobile?
Office 365 offers a few tools to improve working in a team. While Yammer Groups and Office 365 Groups are similar, they suit different types of teams.
Learn some practical first tips for getting the most out of Office 365 for your organization.
Joseph Finney provides an overview on Office 365’s Delve, which helps organizations discover important documents for better collaboration and productivity.