The “What’s That App?” series on the Get Support blog sheds some light on the lesser-known apps from the Microsoft stable. In today’s edition, we’ll be focusing on Microsoft Power Automate, an app which helps you stitch together your favourite apps to create custom workflows.
The “What’s That App?” series on the Get Support blog showcases some lesser-known apps from Microsoft. In today’s edition, we’ll be focusing on Microsoft Whiteboard, a freeform digital canvas for sharing ideas and unleashing collaborative creativity.
Outsourced IT support is fast becoming the preferred option over building an in-house team – but what exactly could a remote IT provider do for your business? In this article we explore the most common outsourced IT services and discover exactly why they’re so well-suited to a remote model.
In our “What’s That App?” series, we take a closer look at some of Microsoft’s lesser-known apps, many of which are available as part of the Microsoft 365 subscription. In this edition, we’ll explore Microsoft Forms – the only app you need to create shareable online surveys and quizzes.
As part of our “What’s That App?” series, we’ve covered three apps which – at first glance – seem almost redundantly similar. But, in this productivity showdown, we’ll take a deep dive and shed some light on the differences between Microsoft Lists, Microsoft Planner, and Microsoft To Do.
In our “What’s That App?” series, we take a closer look at some of Microsoft’s lesser-known apps. In this edition, we’ll explore the task management application Microsoft To Do, which serves as a cloud-based to-do list you can access from anywhere.
Our “What’s That App?” series puts some of the lesser-known Microsoft 365 apps under the microscope. In this edition, we’ll look at the visual task management and collaboration app, Microsoft Planner – and its integration with Microsoft Teams.
If you’re a Microsoft 365 subscriber, you probably have access to more apps than you’re aware of. In this edition of What’s That App? we’ll look at the productivity and time tracking app which integrates seamlessly into the 365 suite, Microsoft MyAnalytics.
As one of the go-to platforms for remote working, Microsoft Teams is being developed at a rapid pace. In this release roundup, we’ll cover all major Microsoft Teams updates during July and August 2020.
At Get Support IT Services, we deliver end-to-end IT solutions as part of our support agreements. That includes our unique “IT Director” service. In this article, we’ll give you the complete lowdown on what the IT Director service is – and how it could help your business.
If you’re a Microsoft 365 subscriber, you’ve already got plenty of apps to help run your business better, but there’s not yet an option for task tracking and project management. In 2020, that’s all going to change, with the launch of Microsoft Lists.
Whether in-person or remote, appointments are an important aspect of many businesses, from lawyers to hair salons. If you’re a Microsoft 365 subscriber, you can make use of Microsoft Bookings to make it easier for your customers to make a booking with your business.