Office 365: Boosting performance while cutting IT costs

Accessing productivity solutions in the cloud not only allows businesses to improve performance, but helps keep IT costs low. By now, the vast majority of business leaders appreciate the potential benefits of moving to the cloud. Hosted services have been a hot topic in recent years, as the outsourced service delivery model becomes more popular…

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Around the world in 40 days with OneNote

People are passionate about Microsoft OneNote – once discovered it’s one of those Office tools you wish you’d had years ago. If you’ve got Office 2007 or 2010 it’s probably sitting there on your PC, just waiting for you to open it up and put it to use. OneNote is an online project-based storage box…

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Tip o’ the Week #10: Navigate Outlook with shortcuts

Guest post by Ewan Dalton More Outlook tippery this week. Since we spend more time in Outlook than any other application (with the possible exception of the browser), it makes sense to familiarise yourself with some common shortcut keys to shave a few seconds off regularly performed activities. There are literally hundreds of keyboard shortcuts…

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Business productivity at its best

This paper shows how Microsoft Office, Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft Exchange, and Microsoft Office Communications Server contribute to the Microsoft Business Productivity Infrastructure (BPI) which is powerfully designed. The BPI stack approach suggests that only by thinking at a capability level (for example, “What do users want to do?), and then adding the right aspects of…

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Reduce distractions in your working day by following this tip

  This blog is written by Ewan Dalton but I thought it was good so I’ll share it with you. In this inaugural Tip o’ the Week, here’s a simple fix to prevent distraction during your working day. Outlook 2007 introduced a really neat way of showing you a preview of incoming mail. It was…

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