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What’s the best way to organise our business time better?
Posted by Ash Khagram on 05/10 at 10:00 AM Office 365,
Microsoft MyAnalytics Office 365

Answers will vary, from radically changing routine to cutting ties with inactive contacts to passing responsibilities to other colleagues.  We would all like to know we are making really good use of our time, if we are keeping in touch with the right people or working in the...

Infographic: How important are student devices?
Posted by Caroline Moore on 18/09 at 10:00 AM IT services, Office 365,
How important are university students devices

As we start a new academic year and university students eye the start of their autumn term, I thought it would be interesting to see how this generation view their devices. When I was at university, the campus had a computer centre and it was very rare for a student to own their...

Think with Ink…but not on paper!
Posted by Chris Wheeler on 24/08 at 10:00 AM Office 365,

During my time at swcomms, I’ve been introducing new ways of working with Office 365, including how to work smarter using Microsoft’s applications and online services while bolting on additional tools to help businesses embrace compliant and secure digital transformation. The main...

Don’t let your Microsoft licensing weigh you down
Posted by Chris Wheeler on 07/08 at 10:00 AM IT services, Office 365,

Microsoft licensing can be a minefield to understand. There are different models available to choose from depending on your company size, budget and requirements. Often, we end up changing tactics, taking over existing licensing agreements and sometimes miss crucial information that...

Do you know who else might be reading your email?
Posted by Ash Khagram on 31/07 at 10:00 AM Office 365, Security,
spying on your email

It is estimated that there are more than 5.5 billion email accounts in the world today. That many emails flying around means there is always the threat of being hacked and having your emails read by an unscrupulous group or individual.  Recently, it was reported that third party...

Webinar: How to work smarter with Microsoft Office 365
Posted by Chris Wheeler on 03/07 at 10:45 AM Office 365,

Microsoft Office 365 has more than 1.3 billion users worldwide with tools such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and OneNote helping businesses and their staff become more versatile and work smarter.  I discussed the key developments surrounding Office, Exchange Online, OneDrive...

Measuring business miles with Office 365’s MileIQ
Posted by Chris Wheeler on 01/05 at 10:00 AM Mobiles, Office 365,
Office 365

Here, at swcomms, we are always keen to try the latest software to prove its value and to lead the way in new technology to better our engagement, communication and processes.  We have seen an increase in the uptake of cloud technology, not only in telephony and networking, but...

7 ways to power your business with new apps from Office 365
Posted by Chris Wheeler on 23/03 at 10:00 AM Office 365,
women at computer using Office 365

Microsoft Office 365 provides us with the productivity functions to support businesses with email, file sharing and all the Office apps such as Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint and so on. But while the core products are being updated, Microsoft is pro-actively developing tools to...

Microsoft business apps - six special services to boost your business
Posted by Chris Wheeler on 16/03 at 10:00 AM Office 365, Wi-Fi,
People using tablets and Office 365

It’s been more than six years now since the initial release of Office 365. When it was explained to me, the concept of a per user per month subscription for your favourite Office applications seemed like a big change. However, that change has been widely accepted and has helped...

When the transport system stops, work doesn’t have to
Posted by Colin Woods on 01/03 at 11:00 AM Cloud hosted telephone systems, Data centre, Internet connectivity, Office 365, Unified communications,
women in the snow

Sadly, I’m old enough to remember when not getting in to the office meant not working, but we are lucky enough to live in an age where location doesn’t preclude us from accessing the systems we need to remain productive.  There has been a lot of hype about this week’s abnormal...

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