‘Which Tool, When?’ A webinar to level up Microsoft 365 users
We need tools that work well together. Here’s New Zealand’s The I.T. Team on how with the cloud, it’s even more possible.
When thinking about how to streamline your business, your first tendency might be to mix and match applications by the particular functions you require.
Maybe you need a tool that can analyse and draw insights out of your team’s data, or store documents so your community can effectively collaborate. Then you might dig around for another so your team can access and share insights to understand and drive performance.
All going well you’ll find an array of different tools available to do each one of these functions. That is, until you discover none of these tools link up or align with one another’s functions.
Advocates and full-service cloud providers of Microsoft, the I.T. Team, have put together a virtual webinar to offer up live demonstrations and go-to advice for using this cloud integration vendor.
The ‘Which Tool, When’ webinar originated because of the common confusion surrounding the three key tools in Microsoft/Office 365 – Microsoft Teams, SharePoint and OneDrive. All three tools have the ability to store and share documents and provide collaboration as part of the core, but When and How and Why you should you use each of those tools is often not clear.
Event date: Wednesday 30 September, 2020
Registration link: REGISTER
“We are running this webinar because we wish to help customers with the challenge they are facing with this enigma,” Connon Daly, General Manager of The I.T. Team explains.
“Our webinar is geared towards those people and organisations that are either on the path to utilising these tools, right through to those that are using all three but wish to take greater advantage,” says Daly.
“It is not an overly technical webinar, but attendees will benefit from awareness of the individual tools. We know it can be a challenging journey to get all of these tools implemented in the correct way to enable the right integration. Our webinar intends to help start customers on that path.”
“Many organisations will be using some or all of these tools but may not be using them in the best practice way that Microsoft recommends. In addition because they are not integrated well, they may not be able to take full advantage of the productivity benefits of these tools.”
If you’re like one of the 44 million users who’s already using Microsoft products on the daily, you might have not yet looked beyond the basics, but you’re likely to have some understanding that there’s a lot more you can do. Attend the webinar to level up your knowledge in four key areas:
- The key functions and differences of Microsoft Teams, OneDrive and SharePoint
- The ways these tools integrate and can be used most effectively together
- The key advanced uses of these tools
- Creating IT governance and process standards for using these tools well across your team.
The I.T. Team
The I.T. Team delivers reliable, well managed and cost-effective I.T. services to medium-sized organisations around New Zealand. Our focus is on providing proactive technology advice, backed by fixed price, best in class Managed Services.
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