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Do Microsoft hate IT Pros? Outlook for iOS and Android is the punishment!

I want to be an IT hero, you want to be IT hero or heroine, we want to add value, provide benefits, help our staff and organization to be more efficient and ideally actually see IT as a good thing, something that actually helps them do their job and not just get in there way. 674 more words


Case Study: Care Options for Kids cut paperwork by 50%, giving them more time to help children

Our client Care Options for Kids, a pediatric home health therapy provider in Texas, adopted the cloud-based version of the popular Microsoft Office suite to sustain its rapid growth and avoid the cost and complexity of growing and maintaining a communications and collaboration infrastructure. 296 more words


Preparing and diagnose tools for Microsoft Cloud solutions

This is just a quick summarize post of different tools and guides for preparing or diagnosing an deployment in the Microsoft Cloud universe. This post will also be updates as I find new tools. 150 more words

Office 365

One stop One Note

Still loving One Note ( which comes free as part of Office 365 for Education or just as a free standalone)… seems a really underused gem for teachers… 48 more words

Lesson Planning

Ignite 2015 Session Catalog is here!

A short heads-up as the session catalog for Microsoft Ignite has been published. So, if you are still undecided or already want to pick ‘must see’ sessions for your schedule, you can check the session catalog… 126 more words


New Office 365 Look and feel - Logo Issue fix

You may have noticed this morning that the Office 365 Look and feel has changed.  They have moved all of the nav items for OneDrive, Yammer etc into a box that is in the upper left hand corner of the screen.  133 more words

Device Connectivity with Microsoft Windows 8

Last September, as soon as its release was announced, I jumped on the Surface Pro 3 bandwagon.  I bought into the hype that it was “the tablet that can replace your laptop” and ordered the top of the line i7 (with 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage). 325 more words

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