Microsoft kicked off 2017 with updates geared towards integrating existing products to making working from any location and any device easier and safer. They also released a new product designed to make managing shift employees easier.Read More »
Office Apps in 3DSupport for 3D models will be added in Word, Excel and PowerPoint over the next year for the Windows 10 Creators update. Office features work seamlessly with 3D models and users can insert them from their desktops or Remix 3D. PowerPoint allows even more effects and options when the users apply transitions and bring their presentations to life. Read More »
It was another big month for Microsoft updates reaching all of the client platforms they support.Read More »
A common question we get from customers is: "Where do I stick my stuff in Office 365 – Where do I store my files and how do I share with others?" With all the options for places to store things and communicate in Office 365, it’s a fair question and, unfortunately, there isn’t a straight forward answer.Read More »
Moving to the cloud can be a big change for any business, no matter the size. Office 365 can be an incredibly powerful service for your business – the key word here is can. It isn't always right for every company. If you're considering Office 365 (or another cloud service), doing an Office 365 trial is your best bet for figuring out if it's right for you.
Here are few things to try during your trial to see if it’s a good fit for you.Read More »
Submitted by: Matt Banning (PTG Project Engineer), Outsourced IT Support and Office 365 Specialist
Storing Personal Documents in the Cloud
One of the questions we get a lot at PTG is ‘what is the easiest way to store my personal documents to the cloud?’. If you’re like 90% of us, we like working from our desktops and NOT uploading via Internet Explorer. So to answer that question, let me first explain where you store your personal documents.