The Microsoft Office package is indispensable in the workplace. Most people use applications like Outlook, Word, Excel, OneNote or PowerPoint on a daily basis. Do you feel like you’re not getting the most out of Microsoft Office? Would you like to be able to quickly whip up a beautiful PowerPoint presentation for your colleagues? Maybe you’d like to learn all about the latest changes to Outlook? Our bloggers gladly share their tips and tricks and keep you informed of the latest news concerning the various Office applications.
This month (May 2019), Microsoft successfully completed the service updates on Auto Attendant and Call Queue for Microsoft Teams & Skype for Business Online. Curious about what’s changed? We’ll talk you through it with four questions and answers:
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Change can be scary. For businesses, it’s crucial to stay one step ahead of digital transformation, but you can only do so if your employees embrace the changes you want to implement. Unfortunately, getting everyone on board can be quite a challenge.
Do you know what Microsoft’s and your company’s responsibilities are? The Office 365 Shared Responsibility model breaks it down for you.
Every day, countless files are sent out between you, your colleagues and your customers. These files are usually saved in your personal OneDrive or the company’s SharePoint – or they might just stay in your mailbox. But be warned: this influx of data could grow so quickly that it becomes nearly impossible to find the information you need in a reasonable time. Luckily, Office 365 can help you find your way in this tangled web of data. Ever heard of Delve?
In October 2017, Microsoft introduced a new addition to its Office 365 suite: Microsoft Teams. The software’s purpose is simple: to facilitate collaboration by combining chat, meetings, notes and files. But is this collaboration tool actually finding its way into businesses, half a year after launch? We advise Skype for Business users to start using it now, because Teams will eventually replace Skype.
E-mailing files back and forth, confusion about which version of a document is the correct one: before the cloud, collaborating with external parties could be difficult to manage. With the introduction of online services like SharePoint and OneDrive, these problems have vanished and exchanging files and information with others became easier than ever.
You’re probably familiar with the AutoHeight property in PowerApps. Unfortunately, the Text Input control doesn’t include this property, which means you have to work with a vertical scroll bar – and sometimes, you just need to be able to view your entire text at once. So, is there a way to automatically adjust the size of the text box?