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Mar , 17

Top 10 reasons why we love Microsoft Office 365

    Image Source: http://www.messageops.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/Office-365-Change-Management.jpg Recently a prospective client asked me what was so great about Office 365. This particular client is a growing healthcare company who has their employees spread geographically. In their current state (which is also a big headache for them), their employees are using multiple versions of Microsoft Office (from Office [...]

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Jan , 17

Microsoft to end support for Office 2013 starting February 28th 2017 – What does this mean for you?

    For businesses who have not adopted Office 2016 yet, this announcement will cause a disruption. With less than a month to make the shift from Office 2013 to Office 2016, the challenges associated with this move can be daunting.   Microsoft announced that Office 365 administrators will not be able to download Office [...]

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Nov , 16

Microsoft announces launch of Microsoft Teams for Office 365 users

  Does the launch of Microsoft Teams mean that Skype, SharePoint and Yammer will become redundant? Find out with what Microsoft CEO, Satya Nadella has to say and if Microsoft Team will really replace the existing communication stack of Microsoft.   Microsoft has announced the launch of Microsoft Teams, which is a complete hub for [...]

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Jul , 16

The 4 Reasons why Facebook moved to Office 365

  At Microsoft’s most recent Worldwide Partner Conference, Facebook CIO Tim Campos announced their decision to move to Microsoft Office 365 for all their employees because “They’re betting on Microsoft and the Office 365 cloud.”   This newly acquired, massive account for Microsoft isn’t without rhyme or reason. Campos mentioned 4 primary reasons for their [...]

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Jun , 16

The Changes to Skype for Business, Outlook, and SharePoint

  Last year, Microsoft made the public aware that they’re changing their priorities – and will be focusing on “real-time collaboration” within their productivity tools. The most recent changes they’ve made to their software drastically reflect this, along with some other nice quality of life fixes. Depending on when Microsoft feels this update is ready [...]