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Sofia is a construction company superintendent who works at multiple sites and uses Teams to keep her schedule and projects all in one place. View this infographic to get a glimpse of a day in Sofia’s life — and how she uses productivity, collaboration, BI and enterprise mobility tools in Teams to stay on track.
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This report gives detailed information on how to safeguard your customers’ data from viruses, phishing, and ransomware, plus a common security threat you may have overlooked.
The global average cost of a cyberattack is $3.6 million. But awareness is the first step in security and prevention. Check out this e-book and contact our team to learn more about how to defend your company against cyberattacks.
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This infographic outlines a day in the life of a remote worker using Microsoft Teams to collaborate, create, and be more productive while working at home. See how this employee uses multiple features to stay connected with the team and work efficiently.
View: A day in the life of the remote worker
In most of our homes, we utilize and depend on the cloud in multiple ways every single day—think online banking and shopping, social media, email and doorbell video cameras. “It might be the first time in history that our habits at home have outpaced how we function at work,” writes Tyler Bowman in his Forbes article, “It’s 2020. Do You Know Where Your Digital Future Is?”
Bowman addresses three main lingering concerns in the corporate world, including generational divide. “Millennials are driving a market disruption that many CEOs are grappling to embrace,” Bowman adds, however, that this difference does not need to result in irreconcilable work practices and values. His suggestions for embracing the disruption support his main point, which is it’s just a matter of time before our cloud utilization at work catches up to our already existing cloud dependency at home.
Read this article for interesting perspective on the corporate cloud in 2020 and beyond.