Microsoft announced on July 6th of this year that they will retire SharePoint 2010 workflows in all Office 365 Tenants.
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As Covid-19 cases in Illinois continue to drop and we’ve entered Phase 4 of the reopening, we are happy to announce that our office is now open again for visits. For all of you who have been here before, you know that our office is essentially a showcase for modern office technology.
We have several different styles of Microsoft Teams rooms from simple huddle room setups to a large, dual screen conference room.
I'm always playing with new technology and sometimes forget a lot of it is really worth sharing. Here's just a couple I've really enjoyed lately.
Nothing like a global pandemic to give pause for reflection and seek perspective. A lot of people are giving well deserved praised to those on the front lines, health care workers, police, fire and all those necessary workers on the food and essential goods supply chain. Thank you.
Are you looking to share your calendar with people outside of your organization so they can find the best time to schedule a meeting with you? This blog post shows you exactly how.
Last week, Microsoft began rolling out a feature where users can change their background. Super helpful if you’ve got kids running around in the background (or just have a really messy office). To change your background when you’re in a call, click the 3 ellipses shown below, and select “show background effects.”
There are many benefits to working remote or being a telecommuter. No commute, costs/time savings and work/life balance to list a few. This has often been a perk or benefit offered to attract and/or retain talent. But given our new situation, most are now being encouraged if not ordered to be 100% remote.
Collaboration and communication is key while working from home. You are no longer face-to-face with your co-workers but need to collaborate and stay in communications throughout the day. This may seem difficult to anyone that perhaps is working from home for the first time.
Are you having trouble keeping up with the massive number of notifications you're receiving from accounts you follow on Twitter? Office 365 and Power Automate have a solution that can help.