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The Time Is Now for Your Microsoft Teams Roll Out - Part 4

Posted by Melissa Hubbard on May 30, 2018

It seems even from when we (Hyperfish and us) first started this Microsoft Teams series a  few weeks ago, there have been more great announcements. To wrap up this final part in the series we wanted to share with you some of the little-known features in Microsoft Teams that can have big impact.

Also we'll be sharing some of the newest functionality in Microsoft Teams to highlight the pace at which Microsoft is moving with it. Read full article here >>

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Featured in CMSWire: Why Improving Employee Engagement Should Be Your Priority

Posted by Daniel Cohen-Dumani on May 30, 2018

In recent years, employee engagement has emerged as a popular organizational concept. In this CMSWire articleWithum's Daniel Cohen-Dumani looks at how we define employee engagement and shares why improving engagement should be a top priority. 

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The State of Telephony in Microsoft Office 365

Posted by Max Hervé on May 24, 2018

More and more organizations are moving their on-premises infrastructure and applications to Microsoft cloud. An option that is not yet widely explored is the use of Office 365 for telephony workloads. Microsoft Office 365 provides a Cloud-only PBX solution which covers the basic calling scenarios, and which can be used along with your familiar Skype for Business and Microsoft Teams client.

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Featured in CMSWire: Creating Good Employee Experiences Is Within Reach

Posted by Chris Poteet on May 18, 2018

Organizations have renewed their focus on providing quality customer experiences (CX).  In this CMSWire articleWithum's Chris Poteet shares a few aspects of providing great employee experiences.

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How to Speak Power BI: Intermediate Vocabulary

Posted by Katie Coriell on May 17, 2018

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If you had a chance to read my first blog on “How to Speak Power BI”, hopefully you are feeling better about the basic terminology of Microsoft Power BI and how the software platform is actually made of three different elements: Power BI Desktop, Power BI Service and Power BI Mobile. Now let us dig a little deeper into the language of Power BI.

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