Last week, David Lozzi of Slalom Consulting and I presented “Powershell and Office 365: ITPro #Awesomesauce” to the members of the Boston Office 365 User Group at Microsoft in Burlington, MA. #Awesomesauce describes the presentation perfectly. The group was wonderful. David and I had a productive exchange with the crowd who asked some great questions. Read more about Presentation: Powershell with Office 365 – Burlington, MA 4.20.17[…]
This is my script for connecting to Office 365. It features a multiple chose option to allow quick swapping between different tenants, and a custom command prompt that displays the tenant name and account used to connect. Right now this script assumes that you have the standard modules for Azure, SharePoint Online and Skype for Read more about Hello365.ps1[…]
With Skype for Business Cloud PBX, users can globally manage calls right within Office 365 and eliminate separate PBX systems for information workers. This provides users with access everywhere, so they can make, receive and transfer calls from mobile phones, tablets and PCs from nearly anywhere with Internet access. It also provides consolidated management, Read more about Presentation: Cloud PBX with Office 365 – Seekonk, MA 3.8.17[…]
Wellington Street Consulting is proud to announce that we have been designated as a Microsoft Partner, with Silver Small and Midmarket Cloud Solutions competency. In order to earn this distinction, a company must have:
- At least four new Office 365 customers within the previous 12 months
- Be associated as the Office 365 Delegated Administrator, Transacting Partner, or Digital Partner of Record
- Submit three Microsoft Office 365 customer references within the previous 12 months.
The Microsoft Partner Network helps Microsoft Partner companies build, sell, service, and support solutions based on Microsoft technologies.
The challenges included: an unstable cloud-based email provider, multiple domains to be consolidated into a single o365 tenant, and DNS records hosted by multiple providers. In additional, there was geographic diversity with individual users spread out across the nation, each using different operating systems and email clients. The discovery process also uncovered several “mystery” mailboxes and a review of these allowed the team to eliminate them and save the agency from paying for them on an ongoing basis.
Are you looking to improve company morale and productivity in your office? Would you like to be able to show appreciation to employees or coworkers for their extra efforts? Recognizing staff for their contributions is a great motivator, and the new Praise feature in Delve allows you to do just that. Employees are able to Read more about What’s New For Office 365 Users – Praise[…]
The blizzards of 2015 haven’t kept us from being productive! Snow has been on our minds lately — too much snow, that is, as we endure our second blizzard in as many weeks. And yet, with Office 365 at our fingertips, the work has continued. I can see what my colleagues have done (Delve), share Read more about Why you need Office 365 on a snowy day[…]
Office 365 is constantly growing, changing, being updated, and getting great new features. And next week, we’ll focus on some of the neat new stuff that’s being rolled out this spring. But an announcement made late last week caught our attention because it’s one of the most requested add-ons. Microsoft and Salesforce have inked a Read more about Salesforce is coming to Office 365[…]
Are you curious about Office 365? What it is, how it can save you time and help you be more productive? Are you getting the full benefits of all that Office 365 has to offer? One of the ways for people to get the most out of this new and constantly evolving suite of Read more about Boston Office 365 User Group Launches[…]
The quest for useful feedback is often overlooked, yet it can be crucial to the success of any new technology initiative. When asking for feedback, I’m not talking about asking one person a question or just asking it once. Be consistent. Be persistent. Be redundant. Be a pain in the—you know what —if you must. Read more about The Importance of Feedback[…]