In this issue:
- Make Cybersecurity an Ingrained Part of Your Company Culture
- Using Teams for Team Building
- Is Wordle Tracking You?
- Interview with Chuck Barry About His Las Vegas Experience
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Voice Technology is a Great Productivity Tool
Are you currently using the combination of a camera and microphone daily to communicate while working remotely? Then you’re all set to leverage the power of your voice as a great productivity tool. Most associate the power of the spoken word in terms of evoking a response from other people or animals but often overlook using voice recognition to generate a response from your computer, smartphone, or other device.
Millions of businesses worldwide use Microsoft Outlook, preferring the free web-based email and calendar service over its many competitors. Outlook also offers tasks and contacts management capabilities, among other nifty features that will help you work smarter and boost your efficiency.
Microsoft’s software offerings are filled with features that allow and even augment enterprise work from home (WFH) setups without sacrificing security. Here are some updates about the company’s applications, as well as other common third-party applications in the Windows and Office ecosystems, which will ensure data security when you’re working remotely.
Note-taking is a vital skill in life. Whether you’re in a board meeting, conference, or lecture, you’re bound to list, quote, or summarize certain points in order to recall them later and understand them better. Thanks to new technologies, you now have more ways of taking down notes than just a pen and paper.
Microsoft Excel’s new features now make it easier than ever to process data and present information visually. Help yourself to our three useful tips now.
Microsoft’s Surface line does not only have the most powerful Intel Core processors, but it also offers unprecedented integration with Office 365. With unique touchscreen capabilities and advanced accessories, Surface devices enable you to work with the popular productivity suite in new and exciting ways.
Microsoft Office 365 is one of the most successful and popular apps in the world, currently with 180 million users and counting. To enhance the user experience, it also offers these time-saving, productivity-boosting add-ons. #1. Teams Teams is ideal for organizations that collaborate frequently.
The holidays are here, and it’s time to slow down, relax, and enjoy the company of friends and family. It’s also a time to strategize about the new year and think about what’s next for you and your business. In celebration of the eight days of Chanukah, here are eight benefits of Office 365 to consider as we gear up for 2020.
Eight Benefits of Office 365
1... Productivity and Collaboration – You’re probably aware that Office 365 brings your team together under one unified solution, but did you know that 365 also offers coauthoring and live collaboration? Two or more team members can edit a Word document, PowerPoint presentation, or Excel spreadsheet at the same time!
2... Sharing, Storage, and Files on the Go – Move over Dropbox, there’s a new solution in town.
Microsoft Office is one of the most popular productivity suites for businesses. Over the years, Microsoft has released several versions of the product, all of which were designed to target different users or update outdated features. Two of the suite’s latest iterations, Office 365 and Microsoft Office 2019, contain many of the same standard applications, […]