Working from home is becoming the norm for an increasing number of jobs. This is possible because the work environment for these jobs is no longer synonymous to a specific time and place. No matter where you are or which device you’re using, Office 365 makes sure you can do your job. The software isn’t only useful for those who like to work their own way, but also for those who work in teams. Collaborating is easier than ever. Are you interested in Office 365 tips and tricks? Head over to our blog!
During the first week of November, we kicked off the Microsoft Ignite 2019 technology week (for the 3rd year in a row) in Orlando, Florida – the US’s Sunshine State. In this blogpost we'll give you a brief summary of all the headlines during the keynote of Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella.
Which ingredients do you need to properly prepare a successful meeting? This blog article will provide you an overview on how Microsoft can help to boost your (online) meeting productivity with Microsoft Teams, Skype for Business and Surface Hub.
On Tuesday 30 July 2019, Microsoft (finally) announced the official retirement date for Skype for Business Online service in Office 365, which will be 31 July 2021. What do you need to know?
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:
On Wednesday April 17, Microsoft and Steelcase launched the new Microsoft Surface Hub 2S solutions at the ‘New Work, New Rules’ event in New York City. Let's take a look at the technological details, the price and the product roadmap.
Change management requires a solid approach that meets the needs of your business and is beneficial to all stakeholders. In other words: every change process should be tailor-made. That’s why we develop three plans: a communication, learning and sponsorship plan.
Are you planning to migrate to a new IT tool? It’s exciting, but it could also significantly change your employees’ work routine. As a result, change often leads to stress - and to resistance.
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.