Microsoft recently announced the upcoming release of Windows 11. It has been over 6 years since a full, numbered release of Windows and there are several improvements to both the front and back-end of the Windows platform coming in the latest version.
More and more businesses are shifting to a full- or part-time home working. At the same time ransomware attacks, phishing attempts, data breaches, and dark web leaks are becoming more prevalent. That’s why it is more important than ever to have full visibility and control over what company data is being accessed, by who, and where from.
Teams has seen an explosion of growth over the past year and Microsoft seems determined to make it the centrepiece of the Office 365 experience. Despite this, we are still surprised by the number of businesses we encounter who do not use Teams – even those who do use other Microsoft applications. While it struggled to compete with alternatives like Slack or Skype when it launched, Microsoft has been busy adding more features, and today Microsoft Teams is one of the best tools available to keep in touch with your co-workers and stay productive.
Almost every business today uses some form of cloud computing. This might be a cloud storage solution through Microsoft Office 365, a cloud-based CRM like Salesforce, or one of the thousands of other cloud platforms and services available.
Outlook is an email client which is a part of Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365). While it is developed and maintained by Microsoft, it is possible to use Outlook on almost any device with an internet connection, including Windows PCs, Macs and smartphones.