Microsoft Office was initially conceived as a productivity tool for business—the name says it all—and many people had their first experience with Office applications either at work or at school. Office is still essential for many businesses, of course, and companies of all sizes are realizing even more benefits by adopting Office 365 and moving to the cloud. Today, Office 365 is also an important tool for education and government,…
The move to the cloud often means a greater dependency on connectivity to the Internet. While Office 365 is architected to provide optimized experiences around the globe, there are tools IT administrators can use to help ensure the best performance. We demonstrate these tools and more on today’s show.
Microsoft Ignite in Chicago, IL, May 4-8 2015, is the premier Microsoft event that brings the vast community of people who work with SharePoint every day together with the people at Microsoft who build SharePoint. Be there as we lift the curtain on SharePoint 2016, announce new Office 365 innovations, and share our overall technology vision and strategy.
Employees are increasingly mobile and don’t necessarily want to be tethered to desk or kiosk computer. The data they rely on needs to be at their fingertips, literally. Providing employees with a single source of information that is accessible virtually anywhere helps them make better, faster decisions.