Improving Your Personal Productivity with Office & Office 365

Most people understand the core capabilities in Office 365: they can log in, access email, upload documents, join in discussions. But are there features that go largely unused, but which can help you unlock personal or team productivity? In this presentation, Office Server and Services MVP Christian Buckley walks through 10 features that fit this description – and will help end users unlock untapped productivity and get the most out of the Office 365 platform and related Microsoft Office functionality.

Key benefits of attending this webinar include:

  1. Add some instant productivity with the tools you already have
  2. Learn more about how Microsoft is more deeply integrating Office with Office 365
  3. Get a productivity perspective on Microsoft’s product roadmap

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About The Author
- Christian is a 6-time Office Servers and Services MVP, internationally-recognized collaboration expert, consulting CMO and researcher, and founder of CollabTalk LLC, an independent research and technical marketing services firm based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Prior to CollabTalk, Christian served as a Chief Marketing Officer (Beezy), Chief Evangelist (Axceler and Metalogix), and was part of the Microsoft team that launched SharePoint Online (now part of Office 365). During his career, he has worked with some of the world’s largest technology companies to build and deploy social, collaboration, and supply chain solutions, and sold the software startup he co-founded to Rational Software in 2001. Co-author of books on both SharePoint and software configuration management, Christian is one of the most widely published names within the Microsoft ecosystem, and can be found online at www.buckleyplanet.com and @buckleyplanet

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