Hello. Here is the Vietnam session video – 1.5 hours. Most of the narration in the video is in Vietnamese language. If you understand the language, you will love the video. Thanks to Minh Nguyen, the Vietnamese narration is amazing… that is what attendees told me after the session! Thanks to Softline for arranging this event.
I recently spoke at the CIO Powerlist 2017 event which was attended by 100+ CIOs from India. Watch my session video – 27 min.
- Office 365 Secure Score
- File storage best practices
- Skype FB best practices
- Better teamwork using Office 365 Groups
- Chat based collaboration using Office 365 Teams
- Team Task management using Planner
- When NOT to send a mail (because there is a better option available)
- Amazing data cleanup using Power Query
- Excel Forecasting – new feature
- Automated animation using Morph in PowerPoint
- Summary Zoom in PowerPoint
Here is a smart new feature which allows you to Link recent files instantly. It is difficult to notice but a very nice addition. Just notice the dropdown below the Insert – Link button. Also available with Right Click – Link button. Shows recent files to choose from. Works with Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. It is similar to the Insert Attachment dropdown in Outlook. One difference.
This list does not show the cloud icon for files which are on OneDrive or SharePoint. Look at the path before adding the link. Whether the file is on local drive or OneDrive, it is not going to automatically give access to others, in case you send the documents to them. The Outlook – Add Attachment list shows the cloud icon and automatically gives EDIT permission to the recipients.
Everyone is worried about putting corporate files, data and emails on the cloud – or Office 365. This worry continues after deploying Office 365. Paradoxically, the actual efforts put into maximizing Office 365 are inadequate. Of course, Microsoft data centers follow and often create new, global security standards. However, there is Security Neglect at the individual tenant (customer) level. Most do not even know that there is a Office 365 Secure Score. Find out more. Reading time 7 min.
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Office has so many features that there is no place to show all of them on screen. That is why, Microsoft has to use drop-downs and More… buttons. Unfortunately, most of us never even notice these buttons, leave alone clicking on them to find out what more is available. Due to this, thousands of brilliant features are never noticed. Here is the solution: Drop-down Gamification. This concept applies to More buttons and sub-menus as well. The objective is to make this self-discovery of feature gems as much fun as possible.
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Here is a list of When NOT to send a mail … in no particular order.
For decades, mail was the only method of collaboration. Not any longer. Now with so many available options, we must choose the right tool for the right purpose. Continue reading When NOT to send a mail
Office 365 Consumption involves quantification of product specific usage. Microsoft as well as customers monitor Office 365 Consumption and use it to estimate ROI as well as efficiency gains from Office 365.
Often, teams a pre-defined increase in utilization as a KRA which is linked to salary / bonus. This article shows the pitfalls of using the Active Users chart to measure Office 365 Consumption. This applies to O365 E3 or above.
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