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The Top 2 Must-Know Skills for Microsoft Teams: Hosting Virtual Meetings and Screen Sharing


The global pandemic era has forced most organizations to rely on virtual meetings and other remote collaboration tools to carry on with operations. With security concerns around Zoom meetings and other platforms, Microsoft has established Teams as the trusted remote operations resource for business.  Microsoft Teams, which fully integrated with the MS Office 365 suite, is a central communication and collaboration hub that enables remote teams to chat, meet, call one another, and collaborate on documents while working from anywhere with an internet connection. New to Microsoft Teams? The quickest way to put your best foot forward is to learn how to host a Microsoft Teams' virtual meeting and how to share your screen in that meeting. These simple but [...]

The Top 2 Must-Know Skills for Microsoft Teams: Hosting Virtual Meetings and Screen Sharing2022-02-20T14:15:37-07:00

How to Use Microsoft Teams in Our Remote World


Microsoft Teams is a powerful and versatile platform that can help businesses continue to explore what it means to work from home. As a central hub for chat, meetings, video conferencing, calling, and project collaboration, Teams can help your team stay connected and productive in this time of continuous adaptation.  In our free guidebook, Pivoting your Business to a Remote Work from Home Strategy during COVID-19, we highlight the importance of reducing what the Harvard Business Review calls “affinity distance,” which is made up of intangibles like values, trust, and interdependency. The key to maintaining company culture during this mass work-from-home era is reducing the affinity distance.  Microsoft Teams is an effective resource for keeping your organization’s affinity distance in [...]

How to Use Microsoft Teams in Our Remote World2022-02-20T14:15:37-07:00

5 Killer Windows Keyboard Tricks That Will Make You Feel Like a Genius


January 22, 2018 -- It’s taking up valuable real estate on your keyboard, but what does it do? The Microsoft Windows Logo key is your ultimate shortcut to interfacing with Windows.  Here are the top 5 killer Windows keyboard tricks that will make you feel like a genius…or at least make you feel a bit more efficient. Windows Keyboard Trick #1: The Windows Key by itself Pressing the windows key by itself works the same as clicking the small Windows logo on your taskbar.  It will pull up your list of applications and shortcuts.  Depending on how you have your start menu configured, you can also access videos, photos, and more. Windows Keyboard Trick #2: The Windows Key + D [...]

5 Killer Windows Keyboard Tricks That Will Make You Feel Like a Genius2022-02-20T14:16:40-07:00

Telecommuting: 5 Mistakes Small Businesses Make


December 18, 2017 - The time is finally right!  You've decided to take the plunge and allow telecommuting for your employees a few days a week…or perhaps full time.  If you’re smart, you’re also a bit nervous.  And that’s actually a good thing.  Being prepared makes all the difference. A lot can go wrong when you make this move, but it doesn’t have to.  Small and midsized business owners can avoid these 5 common mistakes and come out with all the pros (and none of the cons) that come with allowing employees to work remotely.  (For more on the pros and cons of telecommuting for small and midsized businesses read our blog post from last week). Telecommuting Mistake #1: Managing [...]

Telecommuting: 5 Mistakes Small Businesses Make2022-02-20T14:16:42-07:00

Telecommuting: Should Small Business Embrace this Growing Trend?


December 11, 2017 – It’s becoming more and more common to bump into people who telecommute to perform their jobs.  It may be full time or just a few days a week, but it’s a growing trend in Denver and Boulder.  In fact, the latest data lists Boulder, CO as the #1 telecommuting metro in the nation overall.  And in the large-metro category, Denver is ranked #2 (Austin, TX hold the #1 spot).* But telecommuting and providing work-from-home options are more typically provided by larger organizations.  Large companies provide telecommuting options for their employees 12% of the time, with small business only providing these options 5% of the time. But this trend may be shifting.  Midsized businesses (those with 100-500 [...]

Telecommuting: Should Small Business Embrace this Growing Trend?2022-02-20T14:16:43-07:00

Implementing BYOD for Small and Midsized Businesses


December 4, 2017 - BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) has become more and more popular with small and midsized businesses.  When employees supply their own mobile devices and laptops it can be a great benefit for your business in terms of cost savings.  Plus, employees get to have the device of their own choosing. (For more on the pros and cons of BYOD, see our blog post from last week). When implementing BYOD, one of the cons we highlighted last week is security issues.  To reduce the risks (and the costs) we recommend small and mid-sized businesses take an approach that includes the following areas: Create a BYOD Policy Before implementing BYOD, it’s important to set up the policies you will [...]

Implementing BYOD for Small and Midsized Businesses2022-02-20T14:16:43-07:00

Top 5 Small Biz Tech Trends for 2018


November 20, 2017 - In October Microsoft surveyed over 1300 small business owners to gain insight into the trends we’ll be seeing in 2018. And there were a couple of surprises. Here we’ll share our take on the results, and showcase what we believe are the top 5 most important tech trends to be aware of as we turn the corner into next year. #5 – Keeping up with Technology is a Top Concern Top tech challenge for small biz in 2018 is staying ahead of technology change, with nearly have of the established business owners surveyed picking this as the top concern.  And there’s no arguing that technology is rapidly changing the business landscape.  But in some ways, new [...]

Top 5 Small Biz Tech Trends for 20182022-02-20T14:16:45-07:00

Is it Time for a Password Manager?


October 16, 2017 - A couple of weeks ago we wrote about the importance of changing and managing your passwords.  We also provided some tips on creating complex and unique passwords that are continuously updated.  (If you missed the post check it out).   For those of you who read the article and thought “I’m not sure I want to deal with that” there may be another way…the Password Manager.  There are multiple options out there for password management software.  Here’s what you need to know. What is a Password Manager? A password manager is an application you install on your computer and mobile devices designed to make password management quick and easy.  The core concept is you create one Master Password [...]

Is it Time for a Password Manager?2022-02-20T14:16:46-07:00

Ready to Ditch Your Sticky Notes? Get Started with Outlook Tasks


October 9, 2017 - One of the best ways to boost your productivity is improving your desktop organization. And in this case, we mean your physical desktop organization. It’s time to ditch the post-it notes and scraps of paper and capture your to-do items in a simple task list. Many of us are using the robust Microsoft Outlook platform but few are using it to its full potential. A great way to get more from the program (beyond email and calendars) is by using Outlook Tasks. Getting Started with Microsoft Outlook Tasks Outlook Tasks have been around for years, but you’re not alone if you’ve never tried it…. it’s amazing how few people use this valuable functionality. There are entire [...]

Ready to Ditch Your Sticky Notes? Get Started with Outlook Tasks2022-02-20T14:16:46-07:00

How SMBs Can Utilize the Cloud to Build Their Business


February 13, 2017 - There has been a lot of talk lately about the cloud and its ability to put small to midsize businesses (SMBs) and startups on a level playing field with large global enterprises. Can this be substantiated or is it a load of trendy hype to push SMBs to cloud-based solutions?  We’ve compiled this breakdown of how the cloud can be used to boost profitability. The Convenience Factor It once took smaller companies and startups weeks to launch and configure their own IT infrastructure. Doing so also required a ton of overhead costs. Today’s cloud technology provides the benefits of this very same infrastructure but on an as needed and on-demand basis. SMBs can build a technology [...]

How SMBs Can Utilize the Cloud to Build Their Business2022-02-20T14:16:48-07:00
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