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How to Add Office 365 Connectors in Microsoft Teams

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.

What is Microsoft 365?

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

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

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.

How to Set Up a Skype Meeting in Outlook Using the Scheduling Assistant

How to Set Up a Skype Meeting in Outlook Using the Scheduling Assistant

How many times have you gotten a Skype meeting request in Outlook from a coworker for a time that was already booked on your calendar? I bet more than once. Or – how about those group emails that go back-and-forth asking what times everyone is available for a Skype call? Those are especially fun, right? 

There’s a simple solution to send a request through Outlook for a Skype meeting during a time that works for all attendees: Utilize the wonderful tool known as the Scheduling Assistant.

Infographic - Office 365: The Productivity Hub

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?

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

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

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 and SharePoint

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?

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