Supporting Members: Office 365 Collaboration & Planning In Uncertain Times

23rd April 2020

Working remotely can be a challenge for any organisation, and the current lockdown has meant that many companies have had to quickly implement remote working technologies and adapt in a matter of days.

Working remotely can be a challenge for any organisation, and the current lockdown has meant that many companies have had to quickly implement remote working technologies and adapt in a matter of

As a tech-focussed firm and member of Sheffield Chamber of Commerce, Moore Insight has the digital skills and expertise to be able to support organisations in the operation of Microsoft Teams,
enabling seamless remote, independent working. In this article, Moore Insight highlights the features and capabilities of Teams and the complimentary suite of Office 365 tools.

The World of Office 365

Microsoft Office 365 does not just consist of the well-known Microsoft applications such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint. It also includes centralised, collaboration and productivity tools that can benefit organisations of any size. These include:

  • Sharepoint: Secure, version-controlled, document management and sharing of files
  • OneNote: record and share meeting minutes, ideas and proposals with your team
  • Calendar: centrally manage team appointments
  • Planner: easily log and track your team’s tasks
  • Cloud Telephony: Phone numbers which follow your users, whatever device they’re using, wherever they are
  • Teams: A single place from which you can do all of the above, as well as conduct audio & video conferences and messaging. This can even be opened up to customers and suppliers.

One of the main benefits of Office 365 is that it operates in a secure environment, helping you to maintain the highest security standards as would be expected in any industry when growing a business.

How we are supporting members

In support of fellow Chamber of Commerce members, Moore Insight is planning to host a webinar with a Q&A session covering the optimisation of Office 365 to aid you in planning your strategy for the future.

The service, which Moore Insight predominantly offers to SME’s, provides valuable advice on the implementation of Office 365, and in the learning necessary to take complete advantage of it as a digital service. Moore Insight uses tried and tested knowledge of the software and is offering support to streamline effectively both remote and collaborative work for other organisations.

Who is Moore Insight?

Moore Insight is a specialist technology-optimisation consultancy based in Sheffield. We work closely with both private and public sector clients, as well as non-profit organisations, helping leaders to select the right technology solutions and streamline their accounting structures and business processes to enable successful digital transformation.

“Delivering technology-driven business systems expertise to organisations across the world” -Moore Insight, 2020.

If you would like more information on our Office 365 collaborative planning and strategy service or wish to discuss any other matters, please contact us using the details below. If requested, we will add you to our contacts list for the webinar and update you when we will be hosting this.

Please contact:

Kate Hill
Business Development & Marketing Manager

Tel: (0)20 7952 4690

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