We have recently been working with several professional service companies including financial advisors, accountants, and solicitors to help them leverage Office 365 and SharePoint online capabilities to store and manage their client files.
A requirement we have had several times from clients is to implement a Lessons Learned Database in SharePoint.
This provides a system where users and key stakeholders can record good and bad experiences throughout the company and hopefully learn from them and embrace a culture of continual improvement.
A question we often get from clients is which Office 365 tools should I use for each type of task.
There is no right or wrong answer to this, a lot will depend on your company processes, structure and culture. However, we aim to share some quick tips of practical uses of various Office 365 tools.
Today we will look at how to create meeting notes direct from an Outlook meeting.
Up until recently, mobile app development was often costly and time-consuming. However, with the tools now available within Office 365, mobile applications can be developed within a matter of days, allowing organizations of all sizes to empower a mobile workforce.
Earlier this year Microsoft announced new integration with Autodesk AutoCAD for Microsoft OneDrive and SharePoint. We work with several clients who use AutoCAD drawings extensively, and this had previously been a major limitation of storing drawing files in SharePoint.