Small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) like yours are the backbone of the global economy. You play an essential role in creating jobs, fostering innovation, and driving economic growth. But to stay competitive, you need to have access to the latest technology, and that often feels like an insurmountable challenge for SMBs with limited resources.
Millions of businesses worldwide use Microsoft Outlook, preferring the free web-based email and calendar service over its many competitors. Outlook also offers tasks and contacts management capabilities, among other nifty features that will help you work smarter and boost your efficiency.
Microsoft Outlook comes with a raft of features that make managing your busy schedule and boosting your productivity easier. If you find Outlook’s myriad capabilities a little overwhelming, don’t worry — these tips and tricks will have you using Outlook like a pro in no time.
Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) has come a long way in helping businesses use digital telephone features with significant cost savings. The challenge for small- and medium-sized businesses is knowing where to begin. Here’s a list of pros and cons to help you decide which system is right for you.
Microsoft recently introduced its new Microsoft 365 (M365) Personal and Family subscriptions, which will replace their Office 365 (O365) Home and Personal plans. The company wants its new bundles to be "the subscription for your life to help you make the most of your time, connect, and protect the ones you love, and to develop and grow.
Prior to the release of Microsoft’s version of Slack -- a popular cloud-based team collaboration tool --, Microsoft Teams received a major update that might have given it the competitive edge. Enhanced communications aren't the only way productivity will be driven; take your business to greater heights with these new features.