With over 50 new features and enhancements released to date (highlights here), recognition from Gartner in the first-ever Market Guide for Cloud Office Management Tools, and a mention at the top of Forbes’ Billion-Dollar Startups list, 2017 has been a watershed year for BetterCloud.
Office 365 offers lots of fantastic features that can optimize your productivity. But are you using all of them? We’ve got five awesome tips that will enhance your experience and help you get the most out of Office 365.
Adopting new technology is far from simple. But when done right, new technology can lead to productivity gains and a distinct competitive advantage. What do technology adoption experts do to ensure success?
If data loss occurs in Office 365, have no fear. You have a few recovery options at your disposal.
If you want to highlight certain points or ideas in your PowerPoint presentation but the laser pointer isn’t quite cutting it, you can try another tactic. Here’s how to draw on your presentation to help get your point across.
Sloppily aligned text and images in a presentation makes everything look amateurish, and in some cases, even difficult to look at. By using this tip, you can make sure everything is evenly aligned.
Customizing your list of recently used files in Excel can be useful. For example, you might want to “pin” a file if you need to access it often, or you might want to see more (or fewer) items in the list. Here are three different ways to customize your list.
If you want to make your Excel spreadsheet less cluttered and more visually appealing, removing gridlines can be a way to do that. Here’s how to do it.
The Clean Up tool, which deletes redundant email messages from folders and conversations, is a great way to declutter your Outlook inbox.
Timelines are a great way to present data in a clear, easy-to-understand way. Here’s an add-in that lets you create professional timelines for your PowerPoint presentation.