Posts Tagged ‘onenote’

Maximize Your Office 365 Investment – 5 Tools to Use Today

More than 50 million business users leverage Office 365. However, many enterprises simply implement Exchange and stop there. Office 365 has so much more to offer! This guide takes a look at five key features that you may be overlooking: 1. Skype for Business: Users across the globe can come together to collaborate on projects, […]

Gear up for 2015 with these Microsoft productivity tools & tips

We’re one week into the new year, and I’ve yet to make a resolution. Given the success rate of most resolutions and my personal history with outlandish goals that last a couple of weeks at best, I’d rather not set myself up for failure. Even more than that, I like to identify things that are […]

How to Use OneNote Like a Pro!

I’ve been using OneNote for years and it’s great! OneNote hasĀ 3 primary segments that I want to define first – Notebooks, Sections, Pages. MSDN has a great article to get you started – A OneNote notebook is just like a regular spiral notebook: It’s where you pile all your, um, notes. But unlike a regular […]

Microsoft Office Recent Updates

As Microsoft continues to improve its cloud offerings, there has been a stead stream of updates to the product lines. Since there is so much to keep up with, I wanted to collate all of these updates together for you! Below you’ll find information and links to all the recent updates to Office 365, Office […]