Weekly Tech Tip: OneDrive Mobile Scanning

One issue with working from home - no printer or scanner. OneDrive solves the scanning part by adding scanning capability right from your mobile device.

Contact The Fulcrum Group if you'd like to learn more about Microsoft 365's OneDrive and how it can assist your teams.

Weekly Tech Tip: Password Managers

Password managers solve an important security problem for businesses.
3 ways password managers can improve your team's productivity & Security:

Auto login gives your team fast access to sites and services.
Stronger password generation - they can provide suggestions for stronger passwords that can help prevent future attacks, improving your business security.

Weekly Tech Tip: Adding Audio To PowerPoint

Adding Audio such as music and voiceovers to your PowerPoint presentations can improve the professionalism of your presentations, making them more memorable, so you can win more business.

Reach out to us today to explore more features of Microsoft 365!  Find other helpful tech tips on our blog and on our various YouTube Playlists.

Weekly Tech Tip: Microsoft Office 365 Mobile Apps

It is more critical than ever that we're able to access the tools we need to do our jobs. If you or your team need to work remotely, Microsoft Office 365 has got your back.

Find other helpful tech tips on our blog and on our various YouTube Playlists.

Weekly Tech Tip: Working From Home

One of the challenges of this past year of Work From Home has been training employees to use new, unfamiliar software to do their jobs remotely.  If you (or your team members) have struggled with this, you are not alone!

Reach out to us if you would like assistance.

Office 365 Micro Tech Tip: Getting The Most From Cortana’s Daily Briefing

Today, The Fulcrum Group is excited to premier our new Office 365 Micro Tech Tips! 

Our Office 365 Micro Tech Tip series features 3 minutes-or-less video tips on how to do cool stuff in Office 365, presented by a Fulcrum Group team member.  A few times a month, we'll share quick micro-servings of easily consumable, helpful information on how to get the most from Office 365.  Be on the lookout for these regularly - we hope you'll share them with your team, colleagues and others to enhance everyone's grasp of Office 365!

Without further adieu, here's today's Office 365 Micro Tech Tip: Getting The Most From Cortana's Daily Briefing.

Cybersecurity is Now Essential to Corporate Strategy

The Covid-19 pandemic forced the immediate transition to a remote work scenario for many businesses. This resulted in an increase in the importance of cybersecurity, resulting in cybersecurity becoming the foundation of business and brand.
What's behind cybersecurity's predominance?  Here are a few reasons:

We moved to an almost entirely remote life - many users working from home, and using their own devices.

Soon All Meetings in Microsoft Teams Will Be Recorded Automatically

Soon, Microsoft Teams will join other video conferencing platforms (such as Zoom) in automatically recording all meetings from the start of a call, a function that has been strangely absent until now.

How it will work

Meeting participants will see a warning displayed at the start of a call to alert them that the meeting is being recorded, with the recording set to be available to download and listen back to after the call has ended.

Tech Tip: Choose whether to let apps track you in iOS 14.5

You can now choose whether to let apps track you in iPhone’s iOS 14.5. And only 13% of people have said “yes."  Apple's app tracking transparency tool (ATT) makes apps seek permission from users before tracking their data across other apps or websites usually for advertising purposes.

Teams Update Makes It Easier to Share Content in Meetings

We love Teams, but it can be tricky to share files in meetings, can’t it? Lucky for us, Microsoft is making it a smoother process!

Here's a few key things to know:

Currently released for the Microsoft Teams desktop app now for users  on Windows 10 and macOS only
Update gives users a better UI when sharing their screen and content during  a conference call
Change in where the share tray is located, which is now housed at the top menu so it’s much easier for users  to access any files when needed
Change also brings the PowerPoint Live feature to this share tray as well, alongside the option to display a certain window when screen-sharing
If you have multiple monitors, you can also allow Teams to share just one screen, and there’s also the option to include your local PC sounds
The update is rolling out now, which you can manually check by going to your Microsoft Teams profile picture, then About > Check Updates.