Hugh Olssen

Hugh Olssen

Software developer and occasional content writer from New York. I've been working as a software developer for the last 6 years and loving every minute of it.

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Register with an ISP and get a beginner account.Creating an account with Microsoft, Google, or other big names will bring you more.Buy a decent web hosting package, and you will probably get enough email addresses to power a large business, all at no extra charge.But getting the best email service providers can be difficult for you because there is so much to consider - especially in these days of remote work.What are spam filters?Everyone has decent free services, maybe with ads and some restrictions.GmailGoogle's Gmail has become the leader in the market of free email services with more than a billion users worldwide.Gmail's downloaded web interface is a major point.ProtonMailProtonMail is a Swiss-based email service that aims at privacy first and foremost.All your emails are completely encrypted, which means there is no way ProtonMail (or anyone else) can read their content.Address verification (allowing you to make sure you are communicating with the right person) and full PGP email encryption support are also available.
With tens of thousands of videos uploading every hour on YouTube, there is so much content on the platform that would be incomprehensible for a human mind. From sports to science, to cooking tips, and much much more, this video streaming platform is extremely helpful for people who know how to use it to their own advantage. Today we are going to talk about the best inspirational podcasts that you can find on YouTube, and there’s plenty of great podcasts to choose from. These podcasts will not fail to inspire you, keep you on the edge of your seat, and wanting to come back next episode is a thing of certainty. He is currently the owner of an Affiliate Online Casino called great.com. You won’t be able to find a guy like him, always positive, always smiling, and sharing just good vibes.
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Once the initial excitement of running Office 365 has subsided, organizations will typically spend some time reviewing their existing business processes to identify how Office 365 can improve.It is almost impossible to move all processes at once, but identifying and improving the most commonly used ones will certainly help to adopt Office 365 throughout the organization.Office 365 has many tools and can be challenging to downsize to get a full picture of the pros and cons that can affect the development process.Selecting the Right Office 365 ToolWhen our clients want to improve the business process in Office 365 with a tool with no or low code, we start with three options: Microsoft Forms, SharePoint Lists / Libraries, and PowerApps.The first thing we consider is the current state of the business process and its complexity.If the process starts with something like simply entering data into an Excel spreadsheet with minimal logic, Microsoft Forms might be appropriate.Microsoft Forms functions well for people who are not very technical and need something simple and easy to manage the form.Finding Your Business Process, Finding the "Flow"Once the business process is home, the next step is to determine how the process should go.
Overnight, people had to change their home in the home office.For example, many local resources that were supposed to be hosted on physical hardware can now be hosted on the cloud, including documents, emails, calendars, notes, and events.Administrators may mistakenly think that data in the cloud is automatically backed up.Google and its GSuite experienced an outage that lasted several hours.You can use various filters so you can quickly find what you are looking for.Altaro backupAltaro is the creator of Hyper-V & VMware Backup and Replication.The product is easy to use, has many features, and is available, especially compared to "enterprise" products.Using Altaro Office 365 Backup, your backups are automatically saved to the Altaro cloud backup location hosted by Microsoft Azure Infrastructure.All are automatically backed up to four times a day.
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Office 365 empowers teamwork and content collaboration through a variety of services.Imagine this ... You work for Contoso Electronics and are part of the launch team for its flagship product, the X1050.You and your team members need a collaborative space where you can share and work on content.This is where Microsoft teams come into play.As a day-to-day teamwork center, Teams have a variety of features that the X1050 team can benefit from, such as:Communication is driven by instant messaging and audio/video chatLive meetings and on-demand recordingsIntegrations with Office 365 apps such as Planner as well as third-party servicesMobile app for on-the-go teamworkSharing, channels, and chatChannels are used for focused conversations and collaboration surrounding a given topic, which, in this scenario, is the go-to-market plan for the XT1050.Britney, your manager, put you in charge of delivering the XT1050 go-to-market presentation.Microsoft Teams and PlannerThis lightweight task management tool is a separate service within Office 365, but it’s tightly integrated with Teams.You create a new tab within your channel and connect with Planner.Setting up a meeting in Microsoft TeamsBack to the Teams.Your team members reviewed the presentation, and you are now ready to present the final version.
Built on Office 365, Microsoft 365 gets artificial intelligence (AI), rich content, and cloud-supported templates and experiences to empower people in various ways. Microsoft 365 is a subscription-based service available for personal and family use. Microsoft 365 Personal and Family plans will be available from April 21, at a starting price of Rs 4,199 per year. Microsoft 365's new plans for personal and family activities will include: Access to Outlook and Office desktop applications for Windows and macOS. Fifty gigabytes of Outlook.com email storage. Skype and 60 minutes Skype phone calls and cell phones.
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