With the rise of Microsoft Teams being embraced into organizations across the globe, the ThinkSmart View offers another solution for those seeking creative and productive ways to stay connected, anywhere, and at any time.
Formerly “Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection”, Microsoft Defender for Office 365 offers a line of protection tools in an Office 365 subscription. With the right subscription you can have many of these tools right at your fingertips.
The Tasks app brings a cohesive task management experience to Microsoft Teams, integrating individual tasks powered by Microsoft To Do and team tasks powered by Planner in one place.
Designer in Word for the web helps you make your document look and feel consistent by understanding different document constructs and intents. In addition, by providing a variety of document styles you can quickly change the look and feel of your document.
This year’s event focused on Microsoft’s Modern Workplace and new solutions aimed at adapting to the new normal for the current remote workforce. Here are a few new features we are excited about using in our office and sharing with our customers.
Microsoft 365 combines a suite of online services, including business-class email, cloud file storage, and secure communication tools along with the traditional desktop applications.
Teams Together mode is a new meeting experience that places participants in a shared digital background, making it feel like you’re sitting in the same room with everyone in your meeting.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to force millions of employees to work remotely, collaboration across teams and departments can become challenging. If you’re an active Microsoft 365 subscriber, there are two built-in Microsoft 365 applications that can help any business overcome these challenges.
A few of us here at Louisville Geek attended, so we wanted to share a few takeaways from the conference.
Like many of you, the COVID-19 pandemic has altered the way we do business. “Healthy at Work,” Kentucky’s phased plan to reopen the economy, has left many small businesses confused about the specific actions we all must take to comply with state regulations.
We certainly don’t claim to have all the answers, but have carefully studied the state and local rules and compliance requirements needed to remain open, and have shifted our policies to remain compliant.