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How To Send Channel Emails In Microsoft Teams and Why Its Valuable

By Ingram Leedy on June 13, 2019

Microsoft Teams has a lot of valuable features that will drive productivity, mobility, and communication in your business.

Topics: New Ways to Work
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What You Need to Know About Microsoft’s Upcoming Licensing Changes

By Ingram Leedy on May 30, 2019

On June 25, 2018, Microsoft announced a series of price and licensing changes that became effective October 1, 2018.

Topics: New Ways to Work
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What are the differences between Microsoft Office and Office 365?

By Ingram Leedy on May 24, 2019

Microsoft Office may be the de facto productivity tool for millions of workers worldwide, but it's certainly not a one-size-fits-all solution. Rather than a single product offering, there’s a whole slew of options to meet the needs of various users. Office can be used on iOS devices such as iPhones and iPads, Androids, and desktop and laptop computers—whether they’re Windows or macOS devices—and for business or personal use.

Topics: New Ways to Work
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Is Office Apps Shifting from License to Subscription a Good Thing?

By Ingram Leedy on May 20, 2019

Over the past five years, you may have noticed that more and more software is moving away from being a “one-time purchase” and shifting to a subscription-based service model instead. While, at first glance, this may appear as a tactic to get more money out of you, in reality, it actually offers numerous long-term advantages.

Topics: New Ways to Work
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How to Get More out of Office 365 by using an Expert

By Ingram Leedy on May 17, 2019

Microsoft Office 365 can be an incredibly useful and convenient tool for enhancing productivity and collaboration throughout your company. Employees with Office 365 business licenses can freely access a suite of software such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, SharePoint, and Microsoft Teams when they need them. Moreover, with 365 Business, employees can collaborate securely by leveraging Teams’ built-in encryption features and live online document editing and conferencing solutions.

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3 Benefits of Microsoft Office for Government Employees

By Ingram Leedy on May 10, 2019

Microsoft Office for government employees is specifically designed to meet the unique needs of government organizations with advanced IT requirements. Microsoft’s government business tools provide all the features and capabilities of their typical Office 365 services, but in a segmented government cloud community.

Topics: Empower Your Business New Ways to Work
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Microsoft Teams Best Practices for Improving Workplace Productivity

By Ingram Leedy on April 26, 2019

Microsoft Teams is a unified communications platform that combines chat, video and audio conferencing, file storage, and app integration in one shared workspace. Why should this matter to you? Improved collaboration means improved office productivity, and Teams is a tool that can help get you there.

Topics: New Ways to Work
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Microsoft Surface Mobility for Remote Employees

By Ingram Leedy on April 24, 2019

Enterprise mobility (or business mobility) is a term that is often applied to remote working technology and business practices that allows employees to conduct work from outside of a traditional office setting. This is used in work from home programs and touted as an employee perk—though businesses enjoy numerous benefits as well, such as:

Topics: Modern Tools New Ways to Work
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Microsoft Teams Vs Slack for the Best Business Communication

By Ingram Leedy on April 21, 2019

With the rising popularity of “work from home” policies, businesses have a growing need for effective collaboration tools that make it easy to coordinate work from anywhere. This has given rise to a new industry of business communication and collaboration tools with two leaders: Slack and Microsoft Teams.

Topics: New Ways to Work