Teams is much more than chat and meetings. Because Teams is built with SharePoint on the backend, it's a powerful portal for managing files--once you get comfortable with a few key features.Read More »
Matt Snider has worked as an IT Support Engineer at PTG for over two-and-a-half years. In that time, he has helped hundreds of office workers move their data to the cloud, improve their collaborative workflows, and keep their data safe.Read More »
File management is an area of office work where a lot of time gets lost.Read More »
If you're looking for an easy way to share your files to the cloud then OneDrive is the answer. It may have taken awhile for OneDrive to distance itself from Dropbox, iCloud, and Google Drive, but it has become the safe and effective cloud storage choice for both casual and power users.
Mac OSx users will also no longer feel like left out. We'll be discussing some Mac specific OneDrive uses in Part 2 of this blog.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.
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 »
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 »