In previous posts, we've shown how a poorly planned meeting can kill your productivity. Here are a few actionable steps you can take with Microsoft Teams to really maximize the effectiveness of business meetings.Read More »
Teams has become our go-to communication and meeting hub - to the point where we don't even have to send internal emails anymore!Read More »
As the modern office becomes a blend of on-prem and remote workers, collaboration software is becoming a necessary inclusion for office productivity.Read More »
$12 billion per year, that's how much revenue is reportedly lost in the Healthcare industry due to poor communication, according to Dr. James Woodson, MD, founder and CEO of Pulsara.Read More »
If you're a Windows 7 user, you may have already heard that mainstream support for Windows 7 has ended and security updates will stop in 2020. This means the time to upgrade to Windows 10 is now.
For the most part, Windows 7 was a reliable operating system. However, you will really enjoy the user-friendly components and increased security that Windows 10 provides.
One thing modern businesses can count on is having meetings. As more teams work remotely and different partners colloborate all over the world, the number of complex business meetings continues to rise.Read More »
Winter weather hit our area again this December. (It doesn’t take much to cause chaos here in South Carolina!) As usual, this meant a massive amount of school and business closings. As an IT Support company with customers all over the US, we didn't have the luxury of shutting down. So how did we keep things running like a normal Monday?Read More »
Using a project management application can provide significant benefits to companies looking to streamline processes in their businesses. It can greatly reduce time spent on planning as well as increase team productivity.
If you’re using Office 365, you already have access to multiple apps and platforms to help with project management. Each tool has its own strengths—it’s just a matter of what you’re trying to do.Read More »
Microsoft Teams is the productivity and chat app designed to help companies communicate. Like most Microsoft programs, there is a lot you can do with it and more features are constantly being added. While it’s not overly complicated, there are some nice shortcuts, called slash commands, that can save you time and make Teams just a little bit easier to use.
Slash commands are short commands, typed into the search bar at the top of Microsoft Teams, which help you quickly take an action. They all start with a “/”—hence the name slash commands.Read More »