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.
Even the most productive industry leaders sometimes struggle with managing busy work as they grow their business. Too often we get bogged down in doing things we think we have to do, and push aside the things we want to do—including making business critical decisions like expanding your portfolio.
On your path toward building a practice, there are many opportunities to be more productive. Everyone in the technology industry is expected to do more with less, and ultimately work smarter. In fact, that’s exactly what we’re working to help our partners and customers achieve, with the ultimate goal of digital transformation and moving to the cloud.
As business goals and team structures evolve, so too must your sites and the content that lives within them. Ideas must flourish and grow, not become rigid or stale. SharePoint hub sites bring flexible, dynamic building blocks to your company intranet – connecting collaboration and communication.
In the next few minutes we’ll be giving you a quick rundown of the latest Office 365 updates, with the goal of helping you get the most out of the service.
Yammer helps organizations drive open conversations. It enables you to collaborate, share updates, and crowdsource answers from your coworkers around the globe.
Microsoft Teams retention policies are now available in Office 365 security and compliance center
Today, we're proud to announce that we are starting the roll out of retention policies for Microsoft Teams. The roll out is expected to complete within the next few weeks.
Now more than ever, digital leaders who are building a digital business technology platform must modernize their application architecture, infrastructure, and—maybe most importantly—their mindset.
Microsoft has advised users of upcoming changes to its services' terms-of-use agreement that will make it a potentially account-closing offence to use offensive language on Skype or in a Word document.
The tweaked agreement, which comes into effect on May 1, 2018, includes the following new code-of-conduct item:
Don’t publicly display or use the Services to share inappropriate content or material (involving, for example, nudity, bestiality, pornography, offensive language, graphic violence, or criminal activity).
And if you disobey?
If you violate these Terms, we may stop providing Services to you or we may close your Microsoft account.
Outlook is arguably the best tool that businesses use to manage their email, set up meetings, and coordinate projects. It's much more than a basic email program and includes features that help you organize your work, contacts, and business communications.