Google’s G Suite or Microsoft’s Office 365? That’s the question. One that many business owners ask themselves but often put aside because weighing the individual functionality seems like a monumental task! We’re here to help end that indecisiveness, so let’s take a look at what each has to offer.
Office 365 subscribers have a little less than a month to enjoy a fully-supported Office 2013 productivity suite. In an effort to push users towards the 2016 version of Office 365, Microsoft will no longer focus on their Office 2013 offerings. Although the announcement is hardly surprising -- considering Microsoft’s track record with software upgrades -- there are extra details you should know.
Office 365 comes with a variety of storage and sharing options that promise to make life easier and more productive for business owners. OneDrive and SharePoint share many of the same features, but differ in some of their basic management options. Unless you know what to look for, it might be hard for you as a business owner to choose the best option for your company.
The latest Office 365 updates add productivity solutions and increased security to business owners who utilize the cloud-based program. Azure Information Protection, Enterprise Mobility + Security Suite, and Productivity Insight were slated to be released in late 2016. Read on to learn more about Office 365's new features and how you can use them in your business.
When it comes to the communications tools you use in your business, there may be many opportunities to improve the process that you have not yet explored. Microsoft Outlook has made improving your use of communications technology even easier with its latest changes and updates.
Everyone has heard of machine learning, but not everyone knows exactly what it is. Although it’s extremely complicated, it can be summed up thusly: breaking human habits and actions into specific, analyzable data to create better software-based suggestions.