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.
By now, you’re probably familiar with popular Office 365 productivity features like Skype for Business, and real-time collaboration in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. You might even remember a few time-saving keyboard shortcuts that will make your Office 365 experience a lot smoother.
Many suffer from glossophobia, the fear of public speaking. Reasons vary, from traumatic childhood experiences to the inability to imagine your co-workers in their underwear. Enter Microsoft PowerPoint. This program helps visually depict a presentation, whether it be for a class project or a boardroom meeting, or to convince parents to buy your first car.
A slow computer is a headache. You want it to move as fast as possible so you can accomplish your tasks and get on with your life. So if you’ve recently upgraded to Microsoft’s new Windows 10, you may be wondering if there’s anything you can do to speed up the operating system.