When Will Windows 11 Drop?

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Collaboration in Microsoft 365: Crossing organizations

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Microsoft 365 Groups: The lowdown

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Branding Your Cloud: Be proud of your image!

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Changing Default Usernames and E-Mail in M365

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Internet Explorer: Still slowly going away

For the last who-knows-how-long, Microsoft Windows users have been opting for a third-party web browser in lieu of the dreaded Internet Explorer. They went through so many versions over the years, it was almost comical. Each time they released a new version, Microsoft would tout their modern browser. Each time, the masses would snicker, claiming … Continue reading Internet Explorer: Still slowly going away

Sharing is Caring… but don’t touch the merchandise!

Raise your hand if you still think that the only way to share a document is to e-mail it as an attachment?  Those days are fortunately long gone; Microsoft 365 offers you the ability to share a link to a document that you have stored on your OneDrive for Business.  It offers a few real … Continue reading Sharing is Caring… but don’t touch the merchandise!

Microsoft 365: Know Your Plan

While it has been true for some time, during the Covid-19 pandemic, when quarantines, lockdowns, and shelter in place are forcing the vast majority of information workers to work remotely, and when video conferencing is ubiquitous, Microsoft wants everyone using Microsoft Teams.Question: True or False: Every Microsoft 365 plan that is business- or enterprise-focused includes … Continue reading Microsoft 365: Know Your Plan

Microsoft 365 Certified

In mid-September, the recruiting department of my company introduced me to the man who would become my manager at my new client.  He told me he reviewed my CV, and did not see Microsoft Office 365 listed on it.  I told him honestly that while I have worked with the technologies before, I never felt … Continue reading Microsoft 365 Certified