When Microsoft released the first version of the Scheduler tab in Teams, they found that their goal was to support the same set of features in Teams as in the Web Planner application. Microsoft has recently taken a step closer to their goal and has completed the deployment of some more popular features on the Web.
Our goal is to ensure service availability, but it does not reduce the risk of data loss. Microsoft's options for data recovery provide some basic security measures but are quite limited.
About 70% of all lost data is due to accidental or malicious deletion by end users.
What's new in May on Office 365? We will give you an overview of the latest Office 365 updates, in order to help you get the most out of the service. On the program: call plans, the integration of OneDrive Files Restore and Windows Defender Antivirus, new features on OneNote and Planner in Microsoft Teams.
In January 2018, Microsoft announced Calling Plans for Canada was in public preview. Today, we are excited to announce the General Availability of Microsoft Calling Plans for Canada. Please contact us for details on purchasing.
All current Calling Plan features will be available to customers including domestic, international, and lower minute plans.
Today, we're exploring how Office 365 drives digital transformation for organizations around the world.
With Office 365, Microsoft gives users more control, and essential assets to organizations with the goal of better using data and connecting people to play a more strategic role in the operations of their teams.
In the last two months, we’ve added a variety of apps for education and learning, new ways to poll your team, coordinate a trip to grab lunch with them, or easily share a glossary of your organizations terminology. Learn more about these apps and try them out in your team.
Microsoft continues to build out some amazing capabilities in Microsoft Stream. Here is a quick summary of some notable updates already available or coming very soon.
Spotlight videos on Home page – This enables admins to highlight (or spotlight) videos on Stream to raise visibility on those and bring them to employees.
Getting more done in less time is something that we all aim to achieve. But the key to productivity is understanding how to work smarter instead of harder. In recent blogs, we’ve highlighted proven productivity methods to help you and your team operate more efficiently, including:
The Pomodoro Technique: Meet deadlines while avoiding burnout.
Building a practice takes time, commitment, and talent. It also demands openness and the ability to change with the times. The industry as a whole has seen the importance of managing change in our collective migration to the cloud, and you can be sure that many industry leaders have done so with the help of the Kanban method.
Real productivity is about more than staying busy. It requires intention and effective follow-through. Likewise, building a successful cloud practice takes great focus and discipline. To help partners help their clients achieve greatness through digital transformation, we’re highlighting a popular productivity method created by designer Ryder Carroll: the Bullet Journal.