Office 365 offers apps and services that let you manage content to suit the way you work. Past video options have included everything from SharePoint Asset libraries to Office 365 Videos, providing basic features like video thumbnails. But recently, Microsoft introduced Microsoft Stream, a powerful, modern video management app with AI functionality that enhances the user experience with facial detection, transcripts, text search, and more.
It begins with you. Yes, you. There’s data in your brain, in and on your body, not to mention the data at your fingertips. Let’s face it, you’re a walking, talking blob of data. Everything that comprises you is valuable. But how can you quantify your data? It’s anything that is specific to you. Any data that you willingly provide at any point in your existence on this planet, any service you subscribe to, and application you actively use in your life is collecting data. The majority of these services are here to help you, but it does come at a cost. The cost is your data.
It’s not fun and no one wants to do it, but just like your finances, your insurance, and your education, you are in charge and only you can pave the path to the better world you want to be in. Unlike the three things above, here are some easy tips to protect yourself, and your technology while you use the internet.
Office 365 is the world’s most advanced collaboration platform. You wouldn't be alone if you feel like keeping up with these productivity-boosting features can feel like a full time job. Your business is probably working toward adopting a digital workspace strategy to enhance collaboration between you and your co-workers. You demand simplicity as well as the ability to collaborate without having to have a deep technical expertise.
Now that the technologies in Office 365 are gaining a foothold and really working for people and the path forward is getting clearer, it's time to do a deep dive into what a solid governance team and plan should look like for Office 365. Over the next few blogs I will dig into key pieces of a governance plan.
If you’re like most small business owners I know, there’s a good chance your top resolution this year is to be more productive. After all, the average entrepreneur needs more than 24 hours a day to get everything done. I recently got a demo of the newly released Office 2016 and learned about the many new features and programs designed to help users get more accomplished with less time and effort.
Ready for a productivity upgrade? Here are five ways to get started: