Three new Teams features to look forward to

The use of Microsoft Teams has just exploded in the last few years, and it now boasts 270 million people using it every month. Of course, it was the right tool at the right time when we all rushed to working from home at the start of the pandemic.

But the growth of Teams has continued, even if some believe the growth has slowed down a little recently.

Never use your browser’s password manager

Microsoft is always introducing new features and services to keep your people safe online, and your data secure.

As a business owner or manager, you should already know that weak or reused passwords are one of the biggest risks to data security.

Is your team still working at 10 at night?

If you have people working remotely in your business, you’re probably used to emails flying around at all hours of the day or night. Working from home has been life-changing for some. Your people are able to be more flexible with their time during the day, fitting in time for school pick-ups and appointments where perhaps they couldn’t before.

Workspaces

We all have different ways of working. Some of us prefer to have a minimal number of things displayed on our screens. Others thrive when everything is open and in sight. But we can all agree that having 20 tabs open in your browser at any one time has a negative effect on productivity.

April Educational Video – Try Microsoft Lists!

Over the past couple of years, we’ve all benefited from so many new productivity tools. It’s been great. But if your core problem is just getting organized, there’s nothing better than a list. Especially Microsoft’s List tool.

Watch our latest video to see how it integrates with other apps you use, such as Teams.

Educational Guide: Your Essential Cloud Migration Strategy Checklist

If you’ve ever considered moving your business’s data and applications over to a cloud-based solution, you’d be forgiven for breaking out in a cold sweat and forgetting about the entire thing.

It’s complex. And there’s a lot that can go wrong from increased downtime to data loss or things not working as they should.

LinkedIn Profiles in Teams Chats

You’ll soon be able to view LinkedIn profiles in your Teams chats. 

Did you know this? Microsoft isn’t just about Windows, 365 and Xbox. It also owns THE business social media platform LinkedIn. And now the tech giant is going to bring together two of its most popular apps – LinkedIn and Teams – to help you and your people communicate better and be even more productive.

February Educational Video: 2 Tests for a New IT Provider

When something goes wrong, you definitely want a responsive help desk from your IT provider.

With our clients, we're there for them when things go wrong. And that’s having a highly responsive helpdesk.  When you’re looking for a new IT support provider, here are 2 tests for their helpdesk.