We took an informal poll of some of our clients and contacts, the results were interesting and confirmed a few things we have been wondering about for a while. Here is what we asked people:
With all the buzz around a new modern workplace, we thought it was important to talk about how you can get the most out of a productivity tool like Teams.
We know you are likely at some point in your Teams journey. Maybe you’ve already deployed and are looking to maximize your use. Or … maybe you’ve been told that Teams will make you more productive, but don’t know how. Or … maybe you want to be a super star collaborator but have no idea how to make that happen.
Are you looking to beef up your resume? Learn new skills? Land a better job?
There are plenty of free online courses to help you brush up on your IT skills and make you a better employee or candidate for that elusive dream job. All you need is an Internet connection and a laptop.
As a leader, it’s important to put the right tools in your team’s hands so they can communicate and collaborate effectively. However, its easy to get confused with so many options on the market.
For instance, when and where would you use OneDrive for Business, SharePoint and/or Teams?
As companies move to remote work, an increasing number of workers are being laid off or given leave. So what does this mean for those searching for jobs?
Well, it means you should continue to network and send out resumes. Even though no one is hiring today, they will most likely be hiring in the future. We believe that those who continue to relationship-build and share their ideas will be in a better position when companies start hiring. Our advice is to keep networking and applying … but with a bit of a twist. Here's what we have in mind.
Many service providers will tell you they can help you get Teams turned on (so can we), and many service providers will tell you they can support training on how to use Teams (so can we). However, many service providers will not tell you “Why using Teams” is better than alternative solutions (we can).
Do you have a plan in place for managing your files in Microsoft Teams?
File management can be tricky if you don’t have a plan. To help, we’ve put together some tips on how you can keep your files under control.