According to research by Fierce, Inc., 86% of employees blame lack of collaboration or ineffective communication for workplace failures. Businesses require tools that help employees communicate more effectively. But with so many options out there, picking the right one can be overwhelming. We’ve narrowed down the options to two stellar communication apps: Google Hangouts vs […]
Microsoft Office 365 offers many opportunities for your organization to overcome challenges. In this article, we’ll discuss the Office 365 features that will benefit your organization the most, whether you’re in business /IT leadership or an end user.
You need productivity tools. Running your business requires emailing, editing documents, analyzing sales data in spreadsheets, building decks and flyers for marketing, organizing company information in databases and more! You just can’t get along without them! It’s true that free tools are available, but they have their limitations. Free solutions are rarely complete, so you’re more likely to end up with your business data spread over different products and providers, which may put your company at risk. Your customers’ information needs to be treated with much more professionalism than that. Working with customers might require you to share information. It won’t be long before they’ll be concerned if you keep sending them sensitive information from public domain email addresses (like @yahoo.com or @gmail.com) or share data with them from unsecured online shares.
Office 365 comes with a full list of tools that will make you and your colleagues more productive! Because you’ve been using Office applications for many years, it’s easy to stick to the same old habits. For example, you’ve probably memorized all kinds of keyboard shortcuts. Once you’ve adapted to a changed interface, you’ll want to use your favorite application in the same familiar way.
You can give files any name that makes sense to you when naming them for yourself. However, when your files are on a shared network such as Exchange 2010 Hosting, file names need to clearly identify the content inside. By descriptively naming your files, separating words with underscores (the underscore is a universal separator as […]