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Connected, meaningful, and productive communications with Microsoft 365 Tools – April 15, 2021
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Join us on April 15, 2021, at 2 PM (EST)

Duration: 1 hour

Employees and customers want and expect your organization to have the right technology to meet their needs.

That means more effective and efficient communication channels.

Join us for an hour-long workshop, where you’ll learn how you can use Microsoft 365 to improve the employee and customer experience by fostering real interaction and limiting distractions.

What you’ll learn:
  • How small business are using Microsoft 365 to create virtual workspaces for their teams and clients
  • Tips for using Microsoft 365 apps—like SharePoint, Sway, Yammer, and Stream—to make communication more effective
  • Considerations for building a communications strategy

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A Skill-building Class: Making Microsoft Team Meetings More Engaging – April 29, 2021
UPCOMING WEBINAR

Join us on April 29, 2021, at 2 PM (EST)

Duration: 45 minutes

Cloud-based collaboration tools like Microsoft Teams help bring your team and customers together, even when apart. However, the meeting practices developed in-person may not work as well over video.

Since paying attention in a virtual meeting can be especially difficult, it’s important to find ways to keep involved and engaged.

Join us for a 45-minute workshop, where you’ll learn how to use the tools within Microsoft Teams to be more productive (and natural) during online meetings.

What you’ll learn:

  • How to make scheduling simpler
  • Ways to reduce potential distractions during online meetings
  • Tips for sharing content and collecting insights during a meeting
  • How to make larger meetings more effective

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Employee Productivity, Starting with Your Microsoft 365 Strategy – May 13, 2021
UPCOMING WEBINAR

Join us on May 13, 2021, at 2 PM (EST)

Duration: 1 hour

Your team can get work done from anywhere because of tools like Microsoft 365.

Now, it’s time to focus on helping your team leverage the technology to solve business problems and work better.

Join us for an hour-long workshop, where you’ll learn how you can use Microsoft 365 to help your organization be more efficient and focused on the top priorities.

What you’ll learn:

  • The best way to organize your organization’s files (and your people) in Microsoft Teams
  • Why software unification leads to more engaged employees
  • The benefits of automating repetitive tasks, allowing employees to focus on bigger tasks (how to do that with Microsoft 365)
  • How Microsoft 365 can help you use data to improve productivity and well-being

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A Skill-building Class Working with OneDrive, Microsoft Teams, and More – May 27, 2021
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Join us on May 27, 2021, at 2 PM (est)


Duration: 45 minutes


Microsoft Office apps like Excel have kept you productive for many years.

Now, the modern workplace offers more ways to take your get-work-done skills to the next level.

 

Join us for a 45-minute workshop, where you’ll learn tips and tricks to help you create your best work with Microsoft 365 apps. 

 

What you’ll learn:

  • How to use Office apps like Word and PowerPoint for real-time co-editing and collaboration
  • The best ways to share your files with co-workers, vendors, and customers
  • How to update your Microsoft Teams notifications so you can choose what you listen to
  • Why Microsoft Editor may make you a better writer
  • The benefits of using OneNote as your digital notebook

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Avoiding Office 365 migration failure

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5 Tips for new BCP technology

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5 Online security tips

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3 IT areas to invest in

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Pick the best phone system for your business

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CryptoWall – the next security threat

Security_Nov10_CLast year saw a number of highly publicized security threats that many companies struggled to deal with. One of those was some nasty malware called Cryptolocker, which held your files for ransom. While this has now largely been dealt with, news is surfacing of a second version – called CryptoWall – that has begun to infect users.