Office 365 Planner is here … and it’s awesome!

If you follow any of Microsoft’s Office 365 blogs, Yammer groups or Twitter accounts you’ll know that their cloud based project management and planning tool, Office 365 Planner, has launched this week to tenants on the appropriate plans (Office 365 Enterprise E1, E3, E4, E5, Office 365 Education, Office 365 Education E3 and E4, Office Read more about Office 365 Planner is here … and it’s awesome![…]

I miss Office 365 – life after connected working

Recently I changed employer and moved from a company with Office 365 to a company that doesn’t.   I didn’t really appreciate the impact of losing Office 365 on the way I work and interact with colleagues.   It takes some time to move your work style to take advantage of the super-collaborative, always on, high-availability approach Read more about I miss Office 365 – life after connected working[…]

The iPhone office for Microsoft Office users

I read an excellent blog post by Stephen Waddington today “The iPhone office: 25+ apps for working in public relations on the move“.  Whilst it was an excellent list, with lots of crossover between his most useful apps and my own, there were some noticeable apps missing that are in my workflow. I’d recommend checking Read more about The iPhone office for Microsoft Office users[…]

Office Lens released on iPhone (and Android as a preview)

If you’ve seen Office Lens on Windows Phone, you’ll surely have been envious of your Windows Phone colleagues.  Evernote’s recently released document scanner is a bit disappointing so I was really hoping for Office Lens to come to iPhone. There is no longer any reason to be envious as Microsoft have released Office Lens for Read more about Office Lens released on iPhone (and Android as a preview)[…]

OneNote gets handwriting on iPad … Finally!

Finally it’s here! Microsoft has finally added handwriting to OneNote on iPad. After keeping it for Windows only devices, it was released on Android and now it has made its way to iOS. Obviously as it’s iPad you have to use a capacitive touch stylus or you can use your finger to write. It was Read more about OneNote gets handwriting on iPad … Finally![…]