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Infographic - Office 365: The Productivity Hub
Take a visual tour of the many Office 365 applications and features with our friend Jack from Cadence Bike Tours. Learn about each application and the collaborative nature of Microsoft’s premiere Office platform.
Which Office 365 Subscription Plan is Best for Your Organization?
Office 365 is an excellent option for many reasons; not only does it bring security to your network, it also has a variety of applications and services that were specifically designed to help employees collaborate more effectively. Plus, since Office 365 is a subscription service, you get access to the latest version of Office and online apps for as long as you subscribe.
But how do you know which subscription plan is best for your organization? Office 365 offers several options for several industries, and even different levels of each product to help organizations get only what they need.
Top 5 Characteristics of a Modern Workplace
The term modern workplace is frequently used once an organization introduces new products or software. However, transforming into a modern workplace requires much more than a new software package. An organization must evolve into a flexible environment that allows for continued communication and collaboration.
With new products, software, and practices being created and implemented daily, businesses need to adapt in order to remain innovative and competitive. In fact, according to several sources, these three workplace practices will become extinct in the very near future: (1) Email as a primary communication tool; (2) Traditional office spaces; and (3) The 9-to-5 schedule.
Office 365 Services, Apps & Features Explained
Beyond the traditional desktop and online applications within Office 365, such as Access, Excel, OneNote, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Word, there are several additional services, apps, and add-ins that you may not know even exist, let alone know how and why they may be valuable to you, your colleagues, and/or your business.
The goal of this article is to review a great majority of the available (non-traditional) Office 365 services, apps, and features, and give our readers a better understanding of how and why they're used. Hopefully, too, this information will help our audience better decide whether they might be interested in acquiring any of these products for themselves or their organization.
How to Create an Intelligent Intranet with Office 365 & SharePoint
Does your current Intranet reflect your company's style and personality? What impression is it leaving on your employees? Is it keeping your employees engaged and productive?
Which Microsoft Learning Method Should I Choose?
Microsoft is one of the leading names in technology and works hard to provide products to further businesses and everyday life. New Horizons is a Microsoft Gold Learning Partner, meaning there are many options to get Microsoft training and certifications through various courses. Traditional Instructor Led classes are available, but many additional learning modalities are offered to give a more accommodating way to get the training needed.
Here is a look at four distinct Microsoft learning methods for end users, as well as for IT professionals. We will leave it up to you as to decide which is the best option for you and the needs of your business.
Are You Truly Utilizing Adobe, Microsoft Office and Windows 10?
When businesses implement a new product into their systems, the first step is often training all employees on how to use it. However, many employees will leave training sessions having forgotten all information within days or weeks, simply because the training wasn’t delivered successfully. This causes employees to have to relearn how to use the products on their own via trial and error, which can lead to under-utilization.
How To Utilize the Collaboration Tools in Office 365
Office 365, a Cloud-based version of Microsoft Office, can offer businesses several advantages. With Office 365, email, calendar, and contacts are all synchronized to work together, and employees can have access to the applications they use most, like Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Word in the Cloud, which means they can work from anywhere-anytime. Plus, they can collaborate with their coworkers in ways that will help greatly improve your workflows. Sounds great, doesn't it?
Sky’s the Limit with Office 365 Training
So your company upgraded to Office 365 and now you have this amazing new technology at your fingertips. You’ve discovered the life-changing benefits of team collaboration; you’re switching from laptop to phone, and from phone to tablet, and back to laptop again without missing a beat; you’re having virtual meetings in your PJs; your team is innovating like you never thought possible; your getting way more done in way less time; and you’re sleeping better than you have in years.
Before You Migrate to Office 365 – Read This
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella recently reported that there are already more than 80 million monthly active business users of Office 365, and every day, more and more businesses are migrating. Why? Because there's an endless list of benefits to migrating to Office 365, such as better security, anytime-anywhere access to applications, improved collaboration tools, simplified maintenance, and more. But if you're reading this, you probably already know all of that.