Office 365 news

Microsoft Teams update: What’s new today?

Teams is always getting better and better, also because it is continuously improving its functionalities in order to respond to the feedbacks and needs of customers. In 2018, the latest version had been released and it is plenty of new and exciting features: control who can post in General; keyboard shortcuts; hide chats; meeting improvements; Who bot.

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Microsoft StaffHub for Frontline Workers

Microsoft has made significant strides in recent years addressing the needs of workers who don’t work on a computer throughout the day. Some people don’t touch a computer at work at all, and yet they still require company news, communications, and access to company resources.

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Changes Afoot for Microsoft OneNote

One of my friends once covered himself in Post-It Notes and walked into his local Microsoft office. He was hoping to become the product manager for Microsoft OneNote – hence the attention-grabbing way of presenting himself – but his approach was stymied because the receptionist didn’t even know what OneNote was.

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Getting on-board quickly with QuickHelp

Microsoft have sponsored an amazing user adoption initiative. The QuickHelp program created and almost instantly updated by Brainstorm Inc. We at Silverside are proud to be the first company based in The Netherlands to collaborate with BrainStorm, providing our customers with a this great learning tool.

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Projects – Teams or Planner

Planner was launched about a year before Teams, at a time the concept of groups being created by users was still pretty new to most of us. A daunting prospect for IT teams, who saw the nightmare of managing an uncontainable creation of data and sites/teams/plans. Chaos, anarchy and disorder!

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