Office 15-Minute Webinars
Office 15-Minute Webinars

Webinar: 10 copy-and-paste ninja moves in Office

There’s Ctrl+X and Ctrl+Y for cut-and-paste in Office. But how about a way to paste stuff from Wikipedia into Word? Or a fast way to paste data into Excel spreadsheets more easily? How about getting stuff in and out of Outlook or OneNote? Watch our webinar this Tuesday where we’ll show you how to copy and paste like a ninja. Our top 10 copy-and-paste ninja moves for this webinar 10: The…

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Webcast: eDiscovery

In this video you will learn about eDiscovery and in-place hold related to Exchange Online. Some troubleshooting tips will also be shared. Presenter: Murali Natarajan is an Exchange Online Support Escalation Engineer based in Charlotte, NC. He specializes in hybrid Exchange deployments, free/busy in hybrid environments, eDiscovery and in-place hold on Exchange Online. Office 365 technical webcasts are a critical for encouraging foundation technical readiness. Webcasts are free of charge and are a…

Why Microsoft

Collaborating on an Office document in the web? Office Online is your obvious choice

I agree with Benjamin Park, a senior at the University of Michigan. Have you ever planned a family reunion, organized a charity event with a group of volunteers, or worked with other parents to develop a proposal for improved traffic safety in your neighborhood? When you have a project that calls for collaboration, you want an experience that will make your job easier, not more difficult. You want to finish…

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The Garage Series Under the Hood: Evolving Exchange ActiveSync and OWA for Devices

OWA for Android phones is here. This week Jeremy Chapman is joined by Greg Baribault once again from the Exchange ActiveSync engineering team. They explain the rich history and evolution of EAS from protocol to mobile device management then finally to OWA for Devices. Along the way Greg demos OWA for Android, explains the underpinnings of notifications when connecting to on premises Exchange and Jeremy explains the new selective wipe…

Why Microsoft
Collaboration across devices

Collaboration across devices just got better with modern Office experiences

Whether you’re a group of students collaborating on a project or part of a team at work developing a budget proposal, you need productivity tools that are available across your devices, support your mobility needs, and perform well in every situation, to ensure you and your team can collaborate whenever and wherever necessary to make your job easier. Think, when was the last time you worked on something that did…

Why Microsoft

For collaborating on projects,
Office Online is the best

College student Benjamin Park shares his experience with Office Online. I’m entering my senior year at the University of Michigan, majoring in Sociology with a minor in Complex Systems. This year, my courses required a lot of team projects, but it was my decision to get involved with the Up to Us campaign that really drove home the need to find the tools I could use to communicate and collaborate…

Why Microsoft

Microsoft drives the Universal Communications revolution

Universal Communications tools are essential for any enterprise and in even the largest organizations their effectiveness is often measured by how well they meet the needs of individual users as much as by how they serve the business overall. The arrival of Universal Communications signals the beginning of the convergence of VoIP telephony (which provides the ability to route telephone calls through the Internet), email, instant messaging, mobile communications, and…