In a matter of days, the way most of us do business significantly changed. Whether you are used to working remotely or not, the challenges of having your entire team working remotely for a significant amount of time is probably a scenario for which you weren’t prepared.
The resources below will demonstrate how to successfully run your department meetings, collaborate effectively, and keep your team productive in a virtual setting within Microsoft 365.
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As a manager, supervisor, or anyone that has direct reports - holding your team accountable can be a challenge. It's even harder if your staff are remote.
Many organizations are taking this time, while we are working remotely, to develop curriculum and provide further training for their team members.
Microsoft 365 includes a host of security settings, levels, and features. Global Admins, Power Users, Team Owners, Team Members – each member is different, and has a different level of control over your systems and your info. How do you determine those levels, and instill a sense of responsibility in each team member?
By now you’ve probably learned plenty of new functions in Microsoft 365 & Teams, and are itching to try them out. But how do you start getting your team on board? This panel discussion features 3 of our clients who have driven adoption for their organizations.
Though you may already be intimately familiar with Teams, SharePoint, and OneDrive, we have plenty of expertise on how to make full use of their varied features.
Like most modern workers, you probably sit on many teams with associated tasks, have internal and customer deadlines, and personal initiatives to structure into your workday. And like many, you probably struggle with keeping track and prioritizing them.
If you’re like most, your Outlook inbox is piling up with too many emails. Don’t waste half your day cleaning up your inbox and trying to prioritize your tasks!
Even more than other Microsoft 365 apps, OneNote and OneDrive are designed to synchronize for wherever you need access. Learning how to find what you need quickly – and ensure it’s backed up immediately for next time – is key to fully adopting these powerful tools.
For some of us, the work doesn’t stop at 5pm. Staying connected and able to easily grab what you need – whenever and wherever you need it – is the mark of a digitally-mature organization.
Provide a safe & secure resource for your board of directors to collaborate so you can spend more time building the strategies that will further your organizations’ purpose.
How many different versions of that document are still saved on your desktop? How many copies to or from your collaborator are sitting in your Archived emails – or worse, still clogging up your Inbox?
Managing who has access to documentation, managing versions that people may have stuck in their email or saved on their desktop, and iterating approved production templates are issues we all struggle to address.
As you use Microsoft Teams more and more, you might start wishing you could include more people in your work. Contractors, vendors, long-lasting clients – these people are important to your organization, even if they don’t have your domain in their email address.
While PowerPoint has been around for decades as part of the Microsoft 365 suite, the once-tired slide deck software has come a long way, and it’s now easier than ever to create visually engaging content to support your message.
After this session, you’ll have the basic knowledge to begin building your very own interactive how-to and more with Microsoft Sway.
Virtual meetings are more popular than ever, but hosting a large meeting via Microsoft Teams presents unique challenges. When you need to share live video and digital content to a large audience, a Teams Live Event may be a better option.
SharePoint is everywhere, and making full use of it is a keystone of your Microsoft 365 experience. But before you migrate your legacy file server to SharePoint, there are some important considerations to make.
How do you track sales leads? Do you send out surveys to compile customer satisfaction data (CSAT)? Are you currently using paper request forms that need to be filled out and then manually entered into a database?
This session will provide an introduction to the Basics of Microsoft Power BI so that you can take data from your spreadsheets, and/or monthly reports and turn them into visual representations of your data.