Since being acquired by Microsoft and rolled into the Office365 productivity suite, Skype for Business has transformed. An application once known for free, Internet-based calling and messaging, is now an important collaboration and communications tool. Is it the the tool you need to support your business?
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Collaboration Tools For Small Law Firm
Collaboration with case experts, opposing counsel, court officials, and colleagues in the legal profession can be a hassle. Until recently, it entailed numerous face to face meetings, mailing documents back and forth for review, and endless phone calls.
Tolar Systems has been a Microsoft partner since 2012. We recommend Microsoft products, particularly Office 365, for many of our customers.
These products deliver benefits including collaboration, sharing and efficiency. However, it can be difficult for many small businesses to measure the results they are getting. That's why Microsoft recently commissioned Forrester Research to do exactly that.
From law firms and doctor’s offices to school districts and city governments, every organization shares the need to work more efficiently, to increase productivity, and to have the best resources for their employees. If your business is seeking to maximize performance, Office 365 provides the tools to help you do it.
On September 22, Microsoft rolled out the latest release of its Office products, Office 2016. The updates contained in the new release were also rolled out to Office 365 users.
According to the company, the new release “marks a new model for delivery, where subscribers can expect to get more frequent updates with new features and improvements.” What this means is that the upgrade cycle for Office 365 will more closely match the monthly cycle that is currently being used for the company’s mobile apps.
There are so many great features with the new Office 365 that it’s hard to know which ones are going to be the most important for your business. The entire suite was built to enable and facilitate streamlined collaboration and communication – and it largely succeeds in this.
(This article is part three of a three-part series. Please visit our other articles on this topic.)
One of the big changes to the software industry over the last 10 years has been the transition from on-premise, licensed software installations to cloud-based or Software as a Service (SaaS) deliveries, like Office 365. Large enterprises have been using cloud based services for many years; more recently, small and medium businesses (SMBs) have also begun moving to the cloud for their business software needs.
In our last article we talked about how Office 365 helps simplify and streamline multiple streams of communication, and how some of the communication tools also offer ways to improve collaboration.
Today we’ll focus primarily on the collaboration and sharing aspects of Office 365.
One of the big challenges facing each of us in the business world – and even in our personal lives – is that we have so much information coming at us from so many different sources. Whether the message comes from email, instant message, phone message, or social media, trying to stay organized and keep track of which conversations we had on which device is no easy task.
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