Category: Office 365

Office 365 Blog
Microsoft Viva – Enhancing the remote working environment

Microsoft has announced the Viva Platform that lives within Microsoft Teams to enhance the remote workers environment.

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Date 7 May 2021 Categories
Office 365 Blog
What is Microsoft Power Automate Desktop?

If you are a home worker who is accessing a weather website to see tomorrow’s forecast, or a self-employed business person who obtains data from a supplier’s invoice, or even an employee of a large company who automates data entry on an ERP system, Power Automate Desktop is designed for you.

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Date 6 April 2021 Categories
Office 365 Blog
Have you ever needed to check who created an appointment in an Outlook calendar?

There is a simple way to check who created an appointment in an Outlook calendar.

To solve the problem, you will first need to switch the calendar to the List view and then customize it by adding the Organizer field. Follow the instructions below to do that.

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Date 22 March 2021 Categories
Microsoft Exchange
Microsoft security breaches for email accounts

You might have recently read news articles on the BCC website concerning how Microsoft had been attacked with a hack that affected Microsoft Exchange servers – see the first article published on 12th March Exchange email hack: Hundreds of UK firms compromised – BBC News and a further article published on 13th March  Microsoft hack: 3,000 UK email servers remain unsecured – BBC News

We have published this update to reassure all GCC Group customers that have their IT support with us – this has no impact on you.

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Date 15 March 2021 Categories
Office 365 Blog
Do you believe your current backups will protect you from Ransomware?

If you believe your backup strategy means you’re protected from the worst that cyber-criminals can throw at you, we’ve got some bad news. Ransomware creators know all about backups!

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Date 12 March 2021 Categories
Office 365 Blog
Have you tried using the dictation feature in Microsoft 365? – It saves time!

Did you know you can now dictate your documents in Word or emails in Outlook?

Dictation lets you use speech-to-text to author content in Office with a microphone and reliable internet connection. It’s a quick and easy way to get your thoughts out, create drafts or outlines, and capture notes.

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Date 9 March 2021 Categories
Office 365 Blog
Would you like to know what’s new in Microsoft Teams?

Microsoft have just held their annual conference, Microsoft Ignite,  for developers and IT Professionals. They announced some exciting innovation coming to Microsoft Teams to help people connect, collaborate and accomplish more together.

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Date 3 March 2021 Categories
Office 365 Blog
Would you like to know how to reduce the risk of a cyber attack?

With record levels of Cyber Crime aimed at Business and Individuals alike, it is really important that you are aware of the risks.  Criminals are using all methods of communication to target individuals including email, text messages, telephone calls, answer phone messages and social media posts.

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Date 1 March 2021 Categories
Office 365 Blog
Goodbye Internet Explorer and the original Edge browser

Microsoft Internet Explorer, originally released in 1994, getting to its last version, number 11, in 2013, is finally being put to pasture.

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Date 15 February 2021 Categories
Office 365 Blog
Are the images in your emails displaying correctly?

If the images in emails you are receiving are not displaying correctly, then you may need to add the sender’s email address to your local Outlook clients Safe Senders list.

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Date 15 February 2021 Categories
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