As I reflect back on the year, the prominence of Teams in my life has become quite apparent. I am likely not the only one who wakes up to Teams before Outlook, and I am likely not the only one who spends 75% of my day in Teams. Given the holidays have arrived, I would
Does your typical day look something like… Outlook, Alt + Tab – Teams, Alt + Tab – Outlook, Alt + tab Teams. Add in a few more applications to flip through in between, and that sums up the day of the average corporate employee. (minus coffee, lunch, coffee, coffee breaks) According to McKinsey, high-skill knowledge
One of the biggest struggles employees are facing in today’s world of a digital and modern workplace is – fear. Fear of changing the way we are accustomed to working, the way our brains think, the way we complete repetitive tasks, and the fear of allowing a machine, an intelligent machine, to take over jobs.
The majority of organizations are starting to dip their feet in Office 365 and SharePoint Online, and have realized it’s time to get serious about the dreaded migrations. A good friend of mine, Joanne Klein has posted an incredibly easy-to understand infographic for those of you prepping for migrations from Shared Drives and/or SharePoint on-premises.
I would like to start by saying, this post will include the word teams multiple times, with varying contexts. If this is confusing to you – you are not alone! I have trained an abundance of users in Microsoft Teams over the past year, within large national corporations and small businesses. The biggest hurdle for