The best version of OneNote on Windows

The best version of OneNote on Windows

Microsoft is incredibly lucky to have millions of passionate OneNote users around the globe, and they love learning how they can help you remember, think, and organize better. In spending time with you, they heard a recurring theme: you want a single version of OneNote on Windows that combines all the benefits of the modern Windows 10 app with the depth and breadth of capabilities in the older OneNote 2016. They took that feedback to heart, and over the last few years they’ve been focused on making OneNote for Windows 10 the best version of OneNote on Windows.

[1/5] – Work smarter, not harder: The Pomodoro Technique

[1/5] – Work smarter, not harder: The Pomodoro Technique

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.

Microsoft Teams turns 1, advances vision for Intelligent Communications

Microsoft Teams turns 1, advances vision for Intelligent Communications

This week marks the first anniversary of the worldwide launch of Microsoft Teams. In that time, Teams has grown significantly in both new capabilities and customer usage. Today, 200,000 organizations in 181 markets and 39 languages use Teams.
Teams for Intelligent Communications and Collaboration

Over the last year, Teams has evolved to become the ultimate hub for teamwork.

Empathy: the vital foundation for workplace success

Empathy: the vital foundation for workplace success

A new kind of mantra
According to Satya Nadella, Microsoft CEO, the ability to understand and feel what others experience is critical to the work of technology giants like Microsoft. At an event in November, while discussing his book, "Hit Refresh", Satya explained:
“…one of the things that I’ve come to realise is, if I look at what is Microsoft’s core business, it is about being able to meet the unmet and unarticulated needs of customers and there is just no way we are going to be able to succeed in doing that if we don’t have that deep sense of empathy.

How to use Microsoft Teams ?

How to use Microsoft Teams ?

We are pleased to share in this blog our webinar of March 2nd on "How to use Microsoft Teams?".

Microsoft Teams is a new solution specifically designed for team collaboration. Although it shares some of the features of Yammer and Skype, Teams brings unique and great new features to your applications.

5 News for Office 365 in January 2018

5 News for Office 365 in January 2018

1 - Microsoft To-do - Available now !
Microsoft To-Do will be enabled for applicable customers. The To-Do will be rolling out to the Office 365 app launcher for First Release customers as well. https://products.office.com/fr-CA/microsoft-to-do-list-app

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
2 - Group insight in Yammer
Yammer helps you engage employees across organizational groups, form communities and run cross-company initiatives.

Measure and grow engagement with group insights in Yammer

Measure and grow engagement with group insights in Yammer

Yammer helps you engage employees across organizational groups, form communities and run cross-company initiatives. Community managers play a large role in creating and nurturing groups for these purposes. We want to empower community managers to make better decisions around their efforts on Yammer by helping them better understand the activity happening in their groups.

Microsoft Teams in Office 365 Education updates rolling out, with more coming soon

Microsoft Teams in Office 365 Education updates rolling out, with more coming soon

Over the course of debuting Microsoft Teams in Office 365 Education, we’ve been privileged to have educators from across the globe join us in creating technology to foster collaborative classrooms and improve student learning outcomes.

Whether it’s through events like Hack the Classroom, or message boards on the Microsoft Educator Community (MEC), or in conversations over social media with our product team members, we’ve been listening to your feedback and incorporating your ideas and diversity of needs into the Teams experience.