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Q & A with CompTIA Product Manager, Teresa Sears
CompTIA’s A+ certification originally debuted in 1993 and since that time more than one million IT professionals have earned their A+ certification. To maintain its relevancy in the market place, CompTIA introduces major revisions with updated course content every 3 years. In doing so, A+ continues to offer the fundamental knowledge that many aspiring IT professionals require to advance in their careers.
VLOOKUP vs. MATCH/INDEX in Microsoft Excel
If you need to get data from one data range into another, most people rely on the VLOOKUP function. But did you know there is another alternative with the combination of the MATCH and INDEX functions? This blog will cover both options, explain the differences, and when you might want to use one vs. the other.
How to Use Rules to Manage Your Outlook Inbox
Is your inbox full of emails that you still need to address? When you are out of the office for a day or two, do you wind up deleting a lot of emails or moving them to a folder because they are just not that important? Email is a very easy and quick way to communicate, but your inbox can become unmanageable at times. Outlook has some great built-in tools to help you manage your email. This article will show you how to setup the Outlook Rules feature to better manage your overflowing inbox.
Infographic: ITIL 4 New Features, Benefits, and Certification
Take a tour of the many new features, updates, and benefits of ITIL 4 while also learning more about the ITIL 4 End Learner Journey.
Top 3 Reasons to Run the Network Troubleshooter in Windows 10
Guest Author: Scott Thibodeau, Technical Instructor
I regularly communicate with many IT support and helpdesk staff and am surprised at the number of them that don't take advantage of the built-in Network Troubleshooter in Windows 10. As a trainer and helpdesk veteran, one of the things I promote in my classes is that we have a special power, almost a super power so to speak. What is that super power? The ability to lessen the amount of time a user is unproductive because they're staring at a system that isn't running properly.
How to Add Office 365 Connectors in Microsoft Teams
Microsoft Teams is now used by more than 500,000 organizations only two years after launch. As a tool available in Office 365, Teams has been able to piggyback on the meteoric rise in usage that Office 365 has experienced over the last several years. Microsoft continues to add features to Teams in order to entice customers away from other collaboration and messaging tools. Office 365 Connectors expands the capability of Teams even further.
Our Employees of the Year for 2018
2018 has passed and that has given us a chance to reflect and celebrate the outstanding performers in our organization. We value all of our team members greatly, but these are the select few that went above and beyond to be recognized as our Employees of the Year for 2018.
What is Microsoft 365?
Microsoft has long dominated the productivity software space with its flagship application suite, Microsoft Office. In recent years, however, much of their focus has been on Office 365, which now has more than 120 million commercial monthly users. However, some enterprise customers are still wary of migrating to Office 365 due to its use of cloud storage and the fact that security concerns are at an all-time high. Businesses have traditionally struggled to secure their Office 365 applications and integrate them with other device management and compliance tools. To address those concerns, Microsoft introduced Microsoft 365 in August of 2017.
The Differences Between Office 2019 and Office 365
Microsoft Office is the standard enterprise office productivity suite used by most companies around the world. You probably have a version of it already, but which one? Have you moved to cloud based Office 365 or are you still utilizing a locally installed version? Now that Office 2019 is available that question becomes more important than ever. Understanding the differences between Microsoft Office 2019 and Microsoft 365 will help you make a more informed purchasing decision if you are looking to upgrade.
How to Manage Meetings in Microsoft Teams
Midway through 2018 Microsoft made the decision to offer a free version of Teams to take on their competitor Slack. That decision has led to a huge increase in adoption. So much so that Microsoft named Teams their ‘fastest growing business app ever. Not bad.
Microsoft Teams is a chat-centered workspace in Office 365 that helps team members achieve more together. Aside from chats, Teams also supports video calls and meetings to enable teams to meet live, whether on-demand, or scheduled. This is a quick tutorial on how you can easily manage your meetings in Microsoft Teams.