Is Microsoft Teams Right for Your Business?

As a business that currently uses services such as Microsoft email, PowerPoint, and/or Excel, you may have already heard about Microsoft Teams. If you haven’t, or are unsure if it’s the best solution for your needs, we’re here to break down the basics. By outlining some of the top Microsoft Teams features, you’ll be enabled to make a well-informed decision about whether or not this tool is a suitable solution for your business’ needs.

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Using Microsoft to Optimize Business Operations—Beyond Email

If your company has seen success using Microsoft Email, we’ve got good news for you. Microsoft offers an array of additional products and services that can be used to streamline business processes far beyond just email. The result of implementing these kinds of value-adding solutions? Increased effectiveness and efficiency.

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What is Microsoft’s Surface Hub 2 and Why Should You Care?

On April 17, 2019, the Microsoft Surface Engineering team released a video unveiling Microsoft’s new Surface Hub 2 family of products—starting with the Surface Hub 2S. Some readers may be wondering, “What is the Surface Hub 2?” and/or, “Why should I care about Microsoft’s latest team collaboration gadget?”

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Benefits of Office 365 Business with a Software Subscription

When Office 365 first launched in 2013 (effectively replacing the Business Productivity Online Suite), this subscription-based version of Office was released to the general public—causing much confusion among end users. For many people, Office was a software that you bought periodically and having the latest year version, such as Office 2019, was the best way to get the newest functionalities.

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The Surface Go is the Promise of The Cloud Fulfilled

"The Cloud” has been making promises to me for a long time. A concept that debuted before it was ready, the term “The Cloud” was coined in 2006 and promised that my files would be easily access from any device anywhere. The specific device I was using wouldn’t matter, I’d have the same experience and the same capabilities whether I was on my desktop, laptop or mobile device.

The problem is, these promises were made years before any of that was happening particularly well. There was some magic there, but it was nowhere near ready to run a business off of.  So for the past decade plus we’ve been bombarded with marketing about how great the cloud is going to make our lives.

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Dial for Microsoft Surface is Effective Simplicity

If there is one car trend I hate more than everything turning into a crossover, is the loss of nobs from stereos. If I’m adjusting the AC, tuning the radio or changing volume, ONLY a knob will do. Buttons and touchscreen sliders just can’t replace the brutal simplicity of a dial, and I make actual car purchasing decisions based on this.

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Exclusive: New email malware detection can outperform the top 60 antivirus engines

Researchers at the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) Malware Lab in Israel have developed a new method for detecting malicious emails that is more effective than the top 60 antivirus engines on the market, according to a press release provided exclusively to TechRepublic.

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Microsoft Whiteboard is a dead-simple way to brainstorm with your team

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Using Microsoft Teams in a Law Office

Maybe you’ve heard of Microsoft Teams, or perhaps you haven’t. I could spend a few paragraphs introducing you to Teams, but I won’t. If you want a Teams introduction, read this short overview of basic features 

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Microsoft Teams coming to U.S. Government Cloud users starting July 17

Microsoft will start rolling out Teams to its U.S. Government Cloud customers on July 17.

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