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Now that we’ve rounded the 6-month mark of the pandemic, I’ve grown to understand that we all need a little help in these trying times.
I was fascinated by some of the tips I learned speaking with Microsoft 365 users recently. And I’d like to share one that I heard about repeatedly.
While most small businesses have adapted to remote work by now, it’s time to get more out of the tools for which we’re already paying.
Understanding what you get with Microsoft 365 is key to taking full advantage of the value provided by this solution. But new features are added all the time.
Microsoft opened its first digital Ignite conference today, pledging to help customers navigate the challenges of our new reality.
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While most Microsoft 365 users are probably familiar with core Office apps, there are many other apps that are less well-known. Lists is a key example.
The business versions of Microsoft 365 offer unparalleled value, and they are especially useful in this era of remote work.
We all raced to enable employees to work from home, but now it’s time to ensure that our Microsoft 365 experience is as secure as possible.
Microsoft has announced a new Transcribe feature for Word for web, plus new voice commands for the existing Dictate feature.
Microsoft announced today that it will phase out support for Internet Explorer 11 and Legacy Edge on Microsoft 365 over the next year.
The Lenovo ThinkSmart View is the first Microsoft Teams Display, and while its features are somewhat limited today, that’s about to change.
Our sister site Petri.com is hosting a free GET-IT Teams Day virtual event on Wednesday featuring an all-star slate of subject experts.
Today, Microsoft announced a set of new features it will add to Team in the current weeks, including one that scales meeting to 20,000 participants.
According to a new report from Mary Jo Foley, Microsoft 365 generated over $20 billion in revenues during Microsoft’s last fiscal year.
Companies like Amazon, Apple, Facebook, and Google use a strategy called “copy, acquire, kill” to eliminate potential rivals. Sound familiar?
The NBA is set to restart its 2019-2020 basketball season this week, and it will use Microsoft Teams to put virtual fans in the stands.
Slack today filed a competition complaint against Microsoft Corporation before the European Commission, alleging illegal and anti-competitive business practices.
Thanks to the rise of mobile, Microsoft says it is evolving the designs of its Microsoft 365 offerings to look natural on any device type.
We can debate the relative merits of Win32 desktop applications vs. newer platforms, but Microsoft is moving very clearly in one direction.
Microsoft is working on a virtualized Windows desktop experience for thin clients called Microsoft Cloud PC. It’s expected in Spring 2021.
Microsoft has announced a big set of new and updated experiences across various Outlook versions related to time management.
Microsoft is announcing a huge list of new features that are coming to Teams in the coming weeks and months, including a new line of hardware displays.
Microsoft has rolled out a nice new Office.com portal user experience for it Microsoft 365 commercial customers.
Microsoft today announced a sweeping set of improvements to its OneDrive cloud storage service for consumers and businesses.
Microsoft’s Power Automate platform helps you create automated workflows that react to events in multiple apps and services.