It's fair to say that there is a lot of online content to do with Office 365. Whether it's direct from Microsoft, from a Microsoft partner, blogger, or customer there are endless pages about all aspects of the service. It's sometimes hard to nail down some of the most useful, up to date, or trustworthy. … Continue reading Top 5 Office 365 Help Resources
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In this post, we'll explore how you can use Microsoft Power BI to supercharge your Xero company data, helping you to keep your business in good shape if you're a business owner, and how to maximise the value of the relationship with your clients if you're a Xero partner. Running a business is hard Running … Continue reading How To: Use Microsoft Power BI to supercharge your Xero company data
One of the biggest innovations Office 365 has to offer is the ability to deliver an always-up-to-date Office client experience to Windows and Mac desktops. In the past, we've always had versions of Office from version 1.0 in 1990, all the way up to 2016 (version 16.0) in 2015, and the responsibility for upgrading and … Continue reading Office 365 ProPlus Upgrade
In the spirit of sharing things I learn as I go about my daily business, I thought it would be a good idea to write up answers to some common questions I get about Skype for Business. Microsoft has invested a lot in Skype for Business recently, particularly in the new functionality of Office 365 … Continue reading Skype for Business – Frequently Asked Questions
Office 365, as a suite of services, has a number of different "packages" or SKUs that it uses to bundle services together at different price bands so that customers have flexibility over how much they consume of their cloud services. Office 365 broke these into different tracks based on whether you were an enterprise, a … Continue reading Changes to Office 365 Offer Names
TL;DR? Providing highly available single sign-on to cloud solutions can be a complex thing to do. The most successful deployments keep things simple, and work up. In most cases, there are better, quicker, and more cost effective ways to simplify access for students and teachers. There are a number of ways to provide access to … Continue reading Deploying Office 365 Education? You don’t need single sign-on, and here’s why!
When students and teachers first log in to their Live@edu accounts they are presented with a screen asking them to select their regional settings. They'll only see this screen once; however, many administrators do not want to give their students (and teachers!) the choice to pick the wrong locale! In fact, if they pick the wrong language it might … Continue reading How To: Configure Regional Settings For All Users In Live@edu
Microsoft Live@edu offers every student and teacher Outlook Web Access as a method of accessing their email in a branded, web-based environment. This is great because it means users can gain access to their information from practically any web-enabled device with a browser. In a school environment it may be beneficial for students and teachers … Continue reading How To: Automatically Configure Microsoft Outlook For Live@edu
Moving to the cloud is a big step for a lot of schools, colleges and universities. “How do I manage Live@edu?” is one of the biggest questions asked by people unfamiliar with the cloud. A common misconception is that cloud services are zero-admin and that once you hand over responsibility of hosting to a cloud … Continue reading How do I manage Live@edu?