OneNote

Webinar: Big new updates to the OneNote Windows Store App

Learn how to find and view the notes you care about most faster than ever with the latest big OneNote update for the Windows Store App.  OneNote was already available for laptops, Windows phones, iPad, iPhone, and Android–now it’s on Windows 8.1 touch devices too. See how OneNote has been re-imagined in this live demo spotlighting the latest features that just rolled out last week. A video of the webinar will…

OneNote

Living life with OneNote: Let’s get personal

College students use OneNote to stay organized and productive with constantly demanding deadlines–it’s easy to manage an entire college career in a single notebook. But where do personal commitments fit in? California State University and OneNote intern William Devereux shares his personal notebook to show how he uses OneNote to keep track of everything from movies and games to social events and lists of what to pack for his next…

Office 15-Minute Webinars
Office 15-Minute Webinars

Webinar: OneNote for (holiday) planning

Dear Kris Kringle: Please don’t put me on the naughty list, but your long scroll of paper has to go. OneNote simplifies list-making (and saves trees too), and you can add photos and share easily since there are apps for all the elves’ devices. Plus, you can keep track of your lovely wife’s “honey-do” list and plan your post-ride holiday party. We’ll show you all of that if you can take a few…

Office 365

Collaboration just got easier: Real-time co-authoring now available in Office Web Apps

Today, we’re introducing a new way to collaborate on documents with Office Web Apps. Using real-time co-authoring, colleagues, friends and family can contribute and edit documents simultaneously in the Word Web App, PowerPoint Web App or Excel Web App. Don’t know about Office Web Apps? You should. Office Web Apps are the best free alternative to Office. Read on to learn more about these online versions of the core Office applications that extend…

Garage Series
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The Garage Series: Managing iOS, Android, and Windows devices with identity-based access and Office 365

In this week’s show, Jeremy Chapman and Mark Kashman follow last month’s Extreme Office 365 Mobility and Off-Road Rally Challenge episode to tell the IT pro story about managing user access and devices ranging from Android and iOS to Windows and Windows Phones. They’ll discuss user-pivoted data access and catch up with long time Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) engineer, Greg Baribault, to discuss the evolution of EAS, Allow/Block/Quarantine (ABQ) and OWA…