You may already be using some of the existing Microsoft Office 365 applications such as Word, PowerPoint and Excel.
In recent years, Microsoft has added tools, taken tools away and moved tools around for individuals depending on the way they want to interact with digital content and the Internet and these options aren’t necessarily all that obvious, even within the business class, there are at least two different kinds of plans.
In this course, we will look at the business class version of Office 365, which, depending on how you like to run your operation, you’ll have different tools that will help you to be more productive, this is important because two things that Microsoft has focused on in redesigning office is teamwork as well as mobile productivity.
And if all you use are the traditional tools of Microsoft Office, you can miss out on some benefits while not necessarily making a sacrifice in terms of price.
So in this course, we will look at how you can use the tools together and how you can use them to be more productive.
Module 1 – Overview
Module 2 – Licensing Issues for Business
Module 3 – Home vs Business Pricing
Module 4 – Reasons to consider the Home Version.
Module 5 – Differing Levels of Business Pricing – Enterprise
Module 6 – Purchase and Setup
Module 7 – Using Office Applications Online
Module 8 – Using Office Applications Offline
Module 9 – Do you need to be Internet Connected?
Module 10 – Using One Drive Admin
Module 11 – Using One Drive Basic Functions
Module 12 – Skype for Business Installation
Module 13 – Skype for Business Webinars
Module 14 – Skype for Business vs Skype for Desktop
Module 15 – Outlook.com with Microsoft Exchange
Module 16 – Outlook.com vs Microsoft Exchange
Module 17 – Managing Tasks with Planner
Module 18 – The Teams Application
Module 19 – Invoicing and Management Applications
Module 20 – Conclusion