Microsoft is starting to roll out significant UI changes to Office applications with updates to the ribbon, search, and new icons.
This month’s Patch Tuesday is one of the most interesting in a while. Not just because the patches Microsoft was preparing for release today came a week early, but also because of the potential issues these patches might cause.
Last week, Microsoft announced several new features coming to Office 365 and now we have a roadmap to make sense of all the announcements.
Microsoft has announced a new version of Office for on-premises users and it will arrive in the second half of 2018.
Microsoft has announced that they have begun rolling out Guest access for Teams and that over 125,000 organizations are now using the platform.
Microsoft has announced that they will be closing Docs.com; an online service used to share Office content and track its performance.
Microsoft has announced that they are bringing desktop Office apps to the Windows Store to support Windows 10 S.
Microsoft is preparing to release its productivity apps in the Windows Store which will help show the company’s commitment to Windows Cloud.
Learn how to use OneNote to build a project dashboard to keep track of each of your project’s statuses.
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?
Meetings are essential to keeping businesses running, even though they can feel like a waste of time. Instead of ignoring how meetings can become a time waster, address the problem head on with OneNote.
Keeping projects under control and on track is critical to the successful business. Although all businesses have projects, not every business has project managers or project management software.
OneNote is a powerful tool that Microsoft offers for free, in this post, Joe shows you how to get the most out of this note taking application.