Productivity

10 easy tips for making the most of Office 365 in your organization

10 easy tips for making the most of Office 365 in your organization

It’s increasingly clear that “sticking with what you know” no longer works, and certainly not for Office 365. To achieve Office 365’s promises—improving collaboration, fostering innovation, and increasing efficiency—business leaders need to start thinking and acting like futurists.

The impact of social networking in business

The impact of social networking in business

Social networking tools like Yammer allow people in an organization to communicate in ways they couldn't before. Employees and management can easily share ideas with their team or entire organization. Read on to learn how some big brands have put Yammer to work to improve their corporate communications.

How to easily find the file you need in Office 365

How to easily find the file you need in Office 365

Stop navigating folders to find the file you need. Learn how to effortlessly find documents and content that are relevant to you and your job.

How to be the best virtual teammate

How to be the best virtual teammate

In this globalized, highly-connected world, as many as 50 million Americans — 40 percent of the workforce — work from home at least part of the time. Approximately 48 percent of all managers spend half of their week working remotely (from home or on the road). Studies reveal that those who work remotely are often more productive than their office-bound counterparts.

Tame your email and calendar

Tame your email and calendar

With Outlook on the web and on your mobile devices, you can easily manage your email and calendar wherever you are. In this tutorial, you will learn how to organize your messages using a mobile device, share documents on the cloud, and reschedule appointments when your day changes.

The Biggest Time Suck at the Office Might Be Your Computer

The Biggest Time Suck at the Office Might Be Your Computer

It was the third hour of doing nothing that broke James Scott.

The 25-year-old researcher was sitting at his desk at an insurance firm in northern England when the internet went down. And with it went access to all of his files, which were sitting on a company server.