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Sarah Bunt

How does Office Delve boost workgroup productivity?

Microsoft Office Delve accomplishes this by making it easy to identify files that you need to work, even when you can’t locate or describe them.

Microsoft Office Delve, a new information discovery and content management applicationmonitors content and tailors information discovery to each person’s content and work habits. Delve is based on Office Graph technology. This technology uses machine learning to track the links between people, content, and activities across Office 365 applications. The relationship maps that Graph creates pushes use patterns to news feeds personalized for each user.

Delve measures the relevance of each file that workgroup members create, change, and share. The more relevant a content is to your work—and the more closely you work with others to create and share it—the more relevant the file is to you. When you look for files, the most relevant ones appear on the search list.


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Stephanie Donahue

How do I copy and paste multiple items with Microsoft Office?

How do I copy and paste multiple items with Microsoft Office?

Do you often find yourself needing to copy and paste more than one item? More than two or three items? Well, now you can copy up to as many as 24 items from Office, PowerPoint or other programs and paste them into one document! 

So, how does it work? Glad you asked!!

Simply put, Office clipboard works with the standard cut and paste commands. I know what you’re thinking, this isn’t helping; I’m getting there!!

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Matt Scherocman

What New Features Are Coming to Microsoft Office 365? A Roadmap

To say that Office 365 is ever evolving and changing is an understatement! How does one keep up with all the changes? What’s new, what is being rolled out in the coming weeks, and what is in future development? Because Office 365 is such a dynamic tool set, it’s constantly being updated with improvements and new tools and services, i.e. Office 365 Video or enhancements to the mobile version of Office or the really cool new Delve search tool.These are just a few examples of the changes that Office 365 has undergone in just the past few months!

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Matt Scherocman

How can Office 365 Video help your business?

By using videos to make content more memorable and engaging. Video can grab and hold viewers’ attention as no other medium can.

Recently, Microsoft rolled out Microsoft® Office 365 Video, its new intranet website video portal. Based on SharePoint™ Online in Office 365, it’s a streaming video service designed for your intranet. Think of it as an internal YouTube channel for your company. Click here for a quick overview video

One Service, Three Ways to Improve Business Processes

The Office 365 Video service offers secure, reliable support for cooperative work you engage in every day.

  • Communications.  Using videos for inter-group status reports, announcements and events gives you a chance to create compelling content, which viewers are more likely to remember and act on.
  • Collaboration.  The service uses a newsfeed model and standard social media capabilities (join a group, follow, like, etc.) to encourage users to engage in conversations.
  • Training.  It’s easy to use the Office 365 Video platform for in-house training. For example, use your smartphone to create video presentations, product demonstrations or speeches. Then, use the Office 365 Video service to deliver them throughout your organization.

Office 365 Video delivers powerful, flexible services based on new and established technology.

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Breakthrough Technology Enables Powerful Video Tools

Use the Office 365 Video service toupload, navigate, post and share videos with less time, effort and IT expertise than ever before.

  • Smooth streaming.Powered by Microsoft Azure® Media Services, Office 365 Video automatically optimizes video playback for any device it’s viewed on.
  • Easy to use.To upload a video, just drag and drop video files into the online user interface or upload them from their mobile device. Then, type a title and description.
  • Thoroughly mobile. Within the Office 365 Video service, you can view, navigate and share videos on any device. And, the service secures and automatically resizes the video stream to whichever device you use.
  • Find and share information Find videos with standard enterprise search. A dedicated search engine shows only video results.

Discover how the Office 365 Video service can accelerate your everyday tasks and business processes. Office 365 Video is available through most Microsoft EA Plans. Learn more.  

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Matt Scherocman

Is Disaster Recovery important when using the cloud? Yes!

Disaster Recovery or DR for short, is a hot topic for many companies and with the spate of hacks and natural disasters and incredible storms, i.e. the snowstorm that hit Buffalo, NY just a few weeks ago, has many companies revisiting their disaster recovery solutions. Today’s blog will talk about DR for your applications running in Azure.

Just because you are storing your app in the cloud doesn’t mean you don’t need a DR strategy, should something like mentioned above happen; are you fully prepared for a temporary or even large scale failure? Before you answer that question, let me ask you another question. Does your company rehearse these failures? Has your company determined what applications, should they go down, what your tolerance level is for that app(s)? Some things to consider when creating your cloud DR plan:

  1. Test your recovery of databases to ensure you have the correct process in place
  2. High Availability
  3. Availability
  4. Scalability
  5. Fault Tolerance

Azure DR

DR is a key component to every company’s long-term success. Taking a short-sighted approach to a DR strategy isn’t sound business. As more and more companies put more and more business critical applications in the cloud, the attention paid to DR needs to be evaluated with each application that goes into the cloud, the impact its failure can have on a company and the impact it can have as it is recovered.

In addition to dealing with unexpected disasters, rolling back failed changes and handling data corruption issues are key considerations that sometimes get forgotten when deploying to cloud platforms with greater than 99.99% uptime. 

Microsoft Azure services have a number of ways that you can meet this challenge. For more detailed information on how to setup your Azure DR strategy for your applications running in Azure you can check out a white paper Disaster recovery and high availability for applications built on Microsoft Azure

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