In the past day’s I was using Wunderlist for digitally managed my GTD tasks. Better explained, it was more like create a list with tasks, I switched from written tasks on paper to a digital system. In the past I tried different applications for managing my tasks. I switched from paid apps to free apps. The last paid app was Nozbe. It is also a good app. But the main reason why I switched was the missing integration with office365
Org-wide teams provide an automatic way for everyone in a small to medium-sized organization to be a part of a single team for collaboration. With org-wide teams, global admins can easily create a public team that pulls in every user in the organization and keeps the membership up to date with Active Directory.
Together with Sander Bruijs I make an IT Podcast for the community platform Come Get
Together with Sander Bruijs I make an IT Podcast for the community platform Come Get IT. In recent episodes we have discussed Microsoft Teams and Windows Virtual Desktop a lot, so it's time for a different topic! We have a look at VMWare about how they keep up with the current times of Cloud adoptions and how things are going in server virtualization land.
Microsoft outlook is an application I love but also hate. Only I am part of the “Outlook Generation”. I grew up with it, I used it from version Outlook 97. In the early days I started Outlook as my first application in the morning, and it is the last I close. From a productivity perspective it is not the best way to have it always open. In this article I will give some tips regarding settings and options that give you some productivity.
Because of the COVID virus we are bound to the home workplace. Maybe you are back in the office so this article can help you also. In the first stage of the work form home period, many organizations used or deployed Microsoft Teams. I want to share some tips for using it efficiently.
In this episode my college Sander Bruijs and I talk about the Governance of Microsoft