Microsoft has rolled out Dynamic View to Teams – giving both presenters and participants an improved meeting experience.
If you’ve ever pulled data into Excel from multiple sources, you’ll probably have had to deal with lots of minor discrepancies. It could be differences in how information is collated, varying ways of presenting the data, or simple spelling errors – but all of this can make it difficult to scrutinize large amounts of data, or to give accurate results based upon it.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has unveiled the next stage of his connectivity ‘levelling up’ programme, which will see over a million hard-to-reach homes and businesses equipped with superfast broadband.
Most businesses are now aware of the threat that malware poses – both in terms of data security but also their bottom line. There’s also the negative PR that follows a company once a breach has been revealed.
With the coronavirus vaccine rollout continuing at pace, many businesses are looking again at how – and where – people will work in future. If you’re anticipating a return to the traditional office, there are ways to make the transition a smooth and easy one.
What’s the difference between Office 365 and Microsoft 365? No, that’s not the setup to a dreadful joke, but a legitimate question being asked by many businesses in light of Microsoft’s rebranding of its Office suite. So what are the differences between these rather confusingly titled solutions?