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Microsoft on Monday announced new modified group expiration controls for Office 365, allowing groups to automatically renew if there’s been user activity. Read More
If you’ve decided to bring your company or small business on board with Microsoft Office 365, congratulations! There’s a lot of value on your new subscription and a lot of ways that you can make your small business more successful. Over the past few months, we’ve been giving all of the Office 365 apps a close look, so now, here is a wide look at some tips and tricks for how you can get started with Office 365. Read More
Thinking about implementing a Microsoft Office 365 solution? Then you should also strongly consider hiring a consultant to guide you through the process. Why? Office 365 is constantly changing and evolving, so it’s likely that you’ll need expert help to get the greatest possible benefit out of the product. A consultant can also offer long-term strategic guidance to help you make Office 365 work for your organization, both now and in the future. Read More
Though Microsoft has added new features to Office 365 — replacing some SharePoint functions — many businesses still choose to cling to the legacy system.
Opus Solution participates and displays our products at VIETNAM ICTCOMM 2019 that will be held at SECC Events – Saigon Exhibition and Convention Center, 799 Nguyen Van Linh Street, District 7, Ho Chi Minh, from June 6th to June 9th. Read More
This morning marks the start of Microsoft’s annual SharePoint Conference in Las Vegas, and the Seattle company wasted no time detailing the features heading to Microsoft 365, its lineup of productivity-focused, cloud-hosted software and subscription services. Customers can expect new SharePoint landing pages for their organizations, along with chatbot-like question-and-answer tool in Yammer and faster OneDrive file syncing. Read More
Whether at work or at home, most folks have some experience using Microsoft’s Office 365 services. But several competitors have sprouted up over the past few years that threaten to disrupt the ubiquitous platform. At Build 2019, Microsoft showed off several new features designed to keep users and business using Windows 10 and Office 365 software. Read More