It’s been several months since we all had to change our processes, and chances are good that you’ve had to keep adapting. With everything shifting so rapidly, you might be focused on what’s coming next…but now is the perfect time to look back on where you’ve just been.
Moving to remote work can be a big adjustment for everyone involved. To make your IT a little easier, Mytech is offering free online resources so you can avoid technological difficulties and free up some more time to focus on what’s important. No matter your industry, get the tools your team needs to collaborate and communicate efficiently with adaptations from our virtual training events.
Take the first step to a successful virtual department meeting—knowing how to interact and set up the technology.
We’ll help you optimize your experience with Microsoft Teams by demonstrating how to
As a manager, supervisor, or anyone that has staff reporting to them – holding your team accountable can be a challenge. Now that we have moved into working remotely, collaborative communication with your team can become more difficult and productivity may start to dwindle.
Learn how to use tools such as Microsoft Teams and Microsoft Planner to:
Get tips on how team leaders can help support a seamless transition (as much as can be expected) to working from home.
Explore the human side of productivity and engagement in a home working environment!
At Mytech, we are here to make your workday just a little bit easier. See the power of Microsoft Planner, To Do, and Outlook.
We’ll show you how you’ll be able to spend more time completing your tasks rather than trying to manage and organize them.
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.
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.