OneDrive
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Cloud storage with OneDrive for Business now available as a standalone subscription

As we announced at SharePoint Conference, OneDrive for Business is now offered as a new standalone subscription to give customers more flexibility in moving to the cloud and Office 365.  We’ve also added enhancements to SharePoint 2013 in Service Pack 1 (SP1) that enable on-premises SharePoint users to configure OneDrive for Business with just a few clicks. Learn more about today’s announcement and promotional offers on the OneDrive blog.

Office 365

What’s new: March 2014

March has been a huge month of announcements and updates for Office 365. OneNote is now available everywhere, free, and ready to capture your ideas and sync them across all your devices. Office 365 for business customers also got a glimpse of the larger vision for Office 365 and how Office 365 will help customers work like a network. Last but certainly not least, Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint have…

Customer stories
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Office 365: Helping real estate agents succeed by keeping them connected to people and information

For Windermere’s 6,000 real estate brokers, the difference between success and failure is their ability to stay connected to a complex matrix of people and information. With Microsoft Office 365, brokers now rely on one easy solution to stay on top of countless details and hundreds of contacts. For more information on Windermere’s success, read the article…

Project

Creating burndown charts for Project using Power Pivot and Power Query

When you are managing a project and tracking the work done versus the work planned or the remaining time left, it is common to use a burndown chart. In this article, we show you how to create a report of all tasks for the last 90 days, using Excel 2013 and oData streams. This example will also introduce you to some key Power Query and Power Pivot functions.