Monthly Archives: December 2016

Archive of posts published in the specified Month

New to Office 365 in December—accessibility updates and more

Today’s post was written by Kirk Koenigsbauer, corporate vice president for the Office team. This month, there are several updates to the Office apps to help you more easily create accessible content and more. Read on for the details. Enabling more accessible and…

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5 ways a cloud-based email solution saves you time

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Email continues to be one of the most popular communication methods for businesses, and that’s not going to change anytime soon. With email taking the lead in business communications, you need to ensure your business is set up for success. Here are five…

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New Office 365 ProPlus deployment guide for IT pros now available

The Office 365 ProPlus deployment team has been working hard to give IT pros the tools they need to successfully deploy Office 365 ProPlus in various scenarios. We recently released a new guide focused on making your organization’s ProPlus deployment a success. The…

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Executing on your ideas through innovation labs

Innovation is not enough. You can have a billion-dollar idea, but to be successful you must develop a product and deliver it to customers. The Harvard Business Review estimated that companies typically only achieve 60 percent of the potential value of their strategies…

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Episode 111 with John Bristowe and John Liu about Office 365 development with Kendo UI and Angular2—Office 365 Developer Podcast

In episode 111 of the Office 365 Developer Podcast, Richard diZerega and Andrew Coates talk with John Bristowe and John Liu about Office 365 development with Kendo UI and Angular2. http://officeblogspodcastswest.blob.core.windows.net/podcasts/EP111_BristoweLiu.mp3 Download the podcast. Weekly updates LinkedIn Acquisition by Satya Nadella PnP Partner Pack by…

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Enroll in the Calendar.help preview and let Cortana schedule your meetings

Setting up a meeting with someone outside your company can be a time-consuming hassle. When you can’t see each other’s calendars and free/busy information, working out a time to meet can easily take more time than the duration of the meeting itself. Emailing…

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Updates to the OneNote Class Notebook add-in—read/unread indicators in Review Student Work and more

Since the school year started, we’ve been making improvements to the Class Notebook add-in for OneNote on the desktop. Here is a summary of the highlights—as well as details for the update releasing today. To update your OneNote Class Notebook add-in, just click…

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Help prevent user-error security breaches

According to the Association of Corporate Counsel, unintentional employee error is the top cause of data breaches. And with 87 percent of IT professionals concerned about the security of cloud data, according to a Dimensional Research survey conducted for Druva, it’s easy to…

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4 tips for easier collaboration with contractors

Having independent contractors at companies of all sizes is the new normal. Busy seasons demand extra bandwidth, full-time employees take temporary leave or unique/temporary roles need to be filled. Whatever the reason, getting support from contractors can provide scale, flexibility and specialized skills…

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Enroll in the Calendar.help preview and let Cortana schedule your meetings

Setting up a meeting with someone outside your company can be a time-consuming hassle. When you can’t see each other’s calendars and free/busy information, working out a time to meet can easily take more time than the duration of the meeting itself. Emailing…

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