Office 365 allows for enhanced collaboration, practicality and increased productivity.

It allows businesses small and large, global and nation wide to take advantage of productivity applications, cloud computing and single communication hubs, without being held hostage by different firewalls or held back by the cost of implementation and maintenance as it was previously in the IT sector.

But what makes Office 365 productive. It’s of course… the tools!

Microsoft Teams

In Microsoft’s words “Microsoft Teams is the digital hub that brings conversations, content and apps together in one place. Creates collaborative classrooms, connects in professional learning communities, and communicates with all parties.”

OneDrive for Business

In Microsoft’s words “OneDrive is Microsoft’s storage service for hosting files in the cloud. It is available for free to all the owners of a Microsoft account, offering users a simple way to store, sync and share various types of files with other people and devices on the internet.”

Microsoft Forms

In Microsoft’s words “Microsoft Forms is a simple, lightweight tool that lets you quickly create a form, collect responses in real time, and view automatic charts to visualize your data.”

Microsoft Flow

In Microsoft’s words “Microsoft Flow is a cloud based service that provides workflow management to integrate and automate different tasks across more than 85 applications. It allows users to create workflows that automates time-consuming tasks like approvals, send/receive notifications, collect/update data and synchronize files.”

PowerApps

In Microsoft’s words “PowerApps is an enterprise service for innovators everywhere to connect, create and share business apps with teams on any device in minutes, also helps organisations unlock new business agility.”

Power BI

In Microsoft’s words “PowerBI is a great tool for reporting on analysing data, from a wide range of sources including Dynamics 365.”

Find out more on the Office 365 Productivity tools here!