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Nonprofits Should Develop Their Tech Fluency

“Nonprofits Should Develop Their Tech Fluency” is an article from Forbes about how improving tech fluency can be vital in achieving the mission of nonprofit organizations. Included are suggestions to build tech fluency for specific roles, such as executives, marketers, fundraisers, and finance professionals. Contact us today for more information about Microsoft cloud services.
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Get the most out of Microsoft 365

“Modern Workforce Training: Get the Most from Office 365” is a helpful article (plus video!) that highlights all the benefits a modern workplace can expect from implementing the communication, collaboration, and productivity tools found in Microsoft 365. Modernized for the modern workplace, Microsoft 365 has all the tools nonprofits need to take productivity and collaboration to the next level. For more information on how Office 365 can benefit your nonprofit, please contact us today.
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5 Ways to Inspire Creativity and Innovation in Your Employees

Scott Duffy, entrepreneur and author of the book “Breakthrough,” let us in on how to foster creative teamwork by breaking your staff out of the office mindset. In this Entrepreneur Magazine article, he shares tips to help you build experimentation in your team and create comfort around risk. Read on to learn how to foster inspiration and innovation!
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Lizo | Digital transformation in the oil & gas industry: improving on-site safety

Safety is a priority for companies, especially those working in industries where a few seconds can mean a significant deficit for thousands of customers.  

This time we show how companies such as Lizo partner their apps with Microsoft Azure for instant status updates of facilities and equipment that are vital for site operators to maintain safety around the globe. Their customers funnel real-time data from multiple sources into a single platform. Their facility oversight is improved, their operations are more efficient, and the workplace safety is right where it should be—at the top.

Watch this video to see how other data-driven companies could partner with Microsoft Azure to offer cloud-based software solutions to customers who need real-time response.

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Japanese waitress and self-taught Power BI and Azure developer digitally transforms her restaurant–and the industry

For Akiyoshi Shinobu, a waitress at Ebiya restaurant in Ise, Japan, creating superb dining experience for customers and a great place to work for colleagues has always been a passion. To accomplish both, she enrolled in a nearby computer school, and on her own time, taught herself Microsoft Power BI and Azure, and also became proficient in machine learning and A.I. Her immediate goal was to visualize the data generated by customer visits in order to improve the dining experience, deliver better service, and reduce food waste by the restaurant. 

Today, the applications that she developed for Ebiya have been so effective, and become so well respected, that other restaurants and larger enterprises in the food service industry are calling upon Akiyoshi to help solve their problems. Watch the video to learn more about her incredible story.