Taking screenshots of what’s on your computer screen is a fundamental skill. Whether it's sharing an important web snippet with your digital team or capturing part of your workflow, screenshots can really help get the message across. Become a screenshot expert with our handy guide covering default operating system tools and 3rd party software options.
There are several key points to consider when finding the right firm to manage the IT systems at your business. In this post we'll explore the key factors to consider when planning IT infrastructure and the technology powering the efficiency and optimum productivity of your team. Covering both hardware and software considerations, this blog post has everything you need to know about finding the right IT partner.
If you are currently running the older Office 2016 version, you might be asking yourself if it’s time to upgrade or if you’ll be okay sticking with what you’ve already got. Read on to find out what’s new about Microsoft Office 2019, what sets it apart from Office 2016 and the subscription-based Office 365, and if it will work for you or your business!
Microsoft SharePoint is a browser-based collaboration and document management platform. Learn more about how your business could benefit from a well optimised Microsoft SharePoint installation in the latest blog as part of our Microsoft Office365 series!
Formerly known as SkyDrive, Microsoft OneDrive has been around for a while and is today one of the most popular online cloud storage services in the world. Whether you’ve downloaded the whole suite of Office 365 programs or are just wondering how to get to grips with OneDrive, our series of Office 365 Manual blogs are here to help.
Microsoft OneNote is one of the applications included with Office 365. OneNote allows you to write notes wherever you may be, without the need of a pen or notepad. Add to your notes with audio files, images, videos, sketches and anything you wish to customise and enhance the information you wish to store. This manual will teach you what you need to know to get started.
Microsoft Excel is an application that’s included with Office 365. We have created a series of Office 365 Manual articles which will help you get to grips with the latest Microsoft software. This article aims to teach you the basics of Microsoft Excel and help you get started using it at home or at work. Learn more about who uses Excel, how they use it and get our run down of the hot (and not so hot) features of this industry standard spreadsheet software!
Microsoft PowerPoint is one of the many excellent applications from Microsoft that millions of users rely on for both business, education and everyday life. PowerPoint can feel a little intimidating for new users, which is why we have created this informal blog to guide you through all the basics.
If you’ve always wanted to know more about Microsoft software, our series of Office 365 Manual blogs are here to help! Each instalment will look at a different element of Microsoft Office 365 – today we’re starting with what’s surely the most popular piece of word processing software on the planet: Microsoft Word.
This article is part of our Office 365 Manual series, each one focusing on an element or application within Office 365. Today the focus is on Microsoft Outlook! Stay tuned for more in our series written to help you get more from Microsoft Office applications.