London. 16th October 2018
Office 365 is designed to increase workforce productivity, by using cloud services to enable you to work on the devices you use most, whenever you need and virtually wherever you are. It includes familiar apps that you have come to depend on, such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. But it also includes a dynamic set of cloud connected tools to help you communicate, collaborate and get more done.
However, the fact that you get so many choices when you purchase Office 365 results in many questions. Which of these apps should I use? Should I be using the same apps as my colleagues. Can I carry on using Yammer instead of Teams? Should I use One Drive or SharePoint? What’s the difference between Office 365 Groups and Teams? And more…
What you will learn from this workshop
Principal Silversands Consultant James Mallalieu will provide a clear explanation of Office 365, delivered in user-friendly, business language. It will help you see the potential to increase your return on investment. In this workshop, he will cover:
- What to use when and for what purpose
- How the apps work together for a connected experience
- How cloud services enable remote working
- A team collaboration demonstration across different devices and locations
- Why you should leave all Office 365 apps enabled for users*
- How to increase user adoption
‘* In the afternoon workshop, James will help you understand the necessary security and compliance work recommended before you conduct a full user-adoption campaign
Who should attend
This workshop is suitable for business and technical decision makers who have an interest in maximising workforce productivity and the return on investment in Office 365.
Complimentary offer of a half day Office 365 consultation
These seminars are designed to answer high level questions and illustrate the power of Office 365. It is also an opportunity for you to take advantage of our complimentary half day consultation to cover off sensitive issues, other topics not addressed in the seminar or to get an even greater understanding of the potential or increased use of O365 in your organisation.