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Aaron Seals

Microsoft Teams Meetings & Meeting Rooms Workshop | Focus on Your Core Business, Not Meeting Room Troubleshooting

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We’ve all been there. The meeting is ready to start but someone on the audio bridge can’t hear what’s going on, the video system isn’t working, and someone is struggling to get their PowerPoint presentation up on the screen. The result? Wasted valuable time of everyone in the meeting while someone from IT is summoned to solve the problems. There’s too much to do and not enough time to do it to squander people’s time in frustrating, fruitless meetings gone bad.

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Aaron Seals

Microsoft Teams Workshop | Enhance Workforce Collaboration in Your Organization

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Collaboration among workers is always a key to an organization’s success...

However, during a crisis like the one we are currently living through, collaborating effectively can be a key differentiator from your competition.

A study published in the Harvard Business Review (HBR) collected ten years of data to study the link between collaboration and financial performance across dozens of professional service firms, financial institutions, and health care organizations, starting from the 2007-2008 financial crisis. The results showed that organizations with the most highly collaborative workers grew their business during the crisis. The business of the middle group declined slightly, and the least collaborative companies suffered lost revenue which still hadn’t been recovered five years after the recession ended.[1]

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Marilyn Goodrich

WEBINAR ON 12.10: Microsoft Moves & Motions | Powering Digital Transformation In 2021 with Keynote Speaker David Totten, Microsoft CTO

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How is your organization powering digital transformation in 2021?

On December 10, join this exclusive webinar keynoted by Microsoft Chief Technology Officer, US Partner Ecosystem, David Totten for a discussion on key initiatives and opportunities your organization should consider for your 2021 digital transformation roadmap.

In this exclusive event, we will be reviewing Microsoft’s key motions for fiscal year 2021 and how they can impact your business.

You’ll also walk away with an understanding of:

  • Microsoft Teams – Upcoming functionality, vision of the platform, and where to go after deploying chat and channels
  • Power Platform – Becoming the glue for Microsoft technologies to work better together and extend to non-Microsoft data sources. You’ll also hear about Microsoft’s prebuild use cases and the vision
  • Firstline Workers – Giving power and technology tools to everyone in the business. New features like walkie talkie and shift scheduling are powerful tools.
  • Security - Microsoft’s initiatives to build security that is affordable and deployable for all. We’ll also look at Microsoft’s innovative product – Azure Sentinel
  • Windows Virtual Desktop – Gain the ability to drive productivity and security on Windows from anywhere via the Azure platform
  • Project Cortex / SharePoint Syntex – Utilizing AI to empower teams to help transform data into knowledge
  • Funding - Opportunities to support your deployment
  • And more…

Register today! This webinar is packed with extremely valuable information and should not be missed.

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WEBINAR DETAILS

Date: December 10, 20202
Time: 10:00 - 11:30 AM ET
No Cost to Attend
Register Now

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KEYNOTE SPEAKER

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DAVID TOTTEN
Microsoft Chief Technology Officer
US Partner Ecosystem

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John Rice

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR | Understanding Microsoft Teams Meeting & Conferencing

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Microsoft has positioned Microsoft Teams as the client for Intelligent Communications in Office 365. 

And, many organizations now use Teams as their central hub because it brings all communications features including Messaging, Meetings, Calling, and Collaboration into a single client interface.  

During this on-demand event, Interlink’s collaboration experts will provide you with an in-depth overview of Microsoft Teams Meetings and how to get the most out of it. Our team also covers the capabilities of Teams Meetings and Live Events, as well as the new Advanced Communications Meetings option.

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Bryant Shumate

Microsoft Lists | What is it?

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Microsoft Lists is a Microsoft 365 app that helps users create, share, and track work through lists that are simple, smart, and easy to use.
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Microsoft recently announced Microsoft Lists and it’s is coming this summer! Whether you create a standalone list, work collaboratively, or use it with SharePoint or Teams, it will save you time, effort, and increase productivity by keeping track of items, issues, assets, contacts, and more!

Microsoft Lists – An Overview

Microsoft Lists will be available through web and mobile applications. From there, users can create new lists, share, and access recent/favorite lists in one central location. Microsoft Lists will be integrated into Microsoft Teams. This will transform how users stay productive and on track both individually and with a team. Users can create new lists directly within Teams and utilize ready-made templates for common scenarios. These templates will have preconfigured structures, forms, views, and formatting available.

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Welcome to the Interlink Cloud Blog

All content provided on this blog is for informational purposes only. The owner of this blog makes no representations or warranties regarding the information from our partners or other external sources.