Office Efficiency session (3 hours) video download. Zip file – 182 MB, WMV format. Download and view in full screen mode. Resolution is intentionally reduced to minimize the file size.
The session started with just 6 participants. But it quickly grew to 40+ attendees. I was supposed to do two sessions of 1.5 hours each. But the audience for the first session were so engrossed that they refused to leave and asked me to continue the session. As a presenter what better compliment can you expect! A big thanks to all of those who attended, participated actively and interacted during the session.
Have a look, share it with your colleagues and post your feedback. Enjoy
Microsoft India’ biggest event ever – Future Unleashed. I will conduct the Productivity Clinic – from 2 pm to 6 pm. Two sessions of 1.5 hours each with live interaction and questions. Be there.
In the first article, I mentioned that Office has 12,000 features. I knew people will wonder how did I get that number. So I published a breakup of feature count. Now the next thought which comes to your mind is – “Ok, I know the number now. But I Don’t need so many features”. Absolutely right!
Right in the sense – your thought process is exactly how everyone thinks.
Fortunately, this thought process is ABSOLUTELY WRONG!
Read on to find out why. (What is fortunate about it? – that is also explained).
Continue reading Google Docs vs. MS Office: “I don’t need all these features”
Here is a series of articles about this commonly performed comparison.
It offers an unconventional yet practical perspective.
- Google Docs vs. MS Office: Want vs. Need – the concept with few examples
- We are doing a feature comparison. So we should know the quantification as well.
How many features does Microsoft Office have?
- Google Docs vs. MS Office: “I don’t need all these features”
This post discusses the commonest response to feature explosion in Microsoft Office
more articles coming soon …
I am confronted with this question quite often while conducting Office Efficiency sessions.
In spite of writing 716 blog posts as on date, I have not covered this topic – intentionally. Why not? Because if you actually compare the products, concluding that Microsoft Office (and Office 365) is better is a no-brainer.
Problem: There seems to be a lot of confusion and ambiguity in the minds of decision makers, users and IT professionals about this issue.
Solution: Let us compare some features and try to reach a conclusion.
Don’t worry too much about the content of this visual. I just tried to make it look like a poster with lot of filler text.
Continue reading Google Docs vs. MS Office: Want vs. Need