Microsoft has been keen to get companies to move their businesses and employees to the cloud with Office 365. The cloud-based version of their famous productivity suite offers new ways to work while mobile, collaborate on the web and manage your digital infrastructure.
As Office 365 is becoming increasingly popular and carving out a dominant percentage of marketshare, Microsft now wants to help employees and companies get the most out of Office 365. That’s why today they are announcing the Office 365 Live Demo webinar series.
The series of 30-minute webinars will cover tips and tools to increase productivity and help users master Office 365’s apps. Additionally, every session will have a live question and answer session with resident experts.
The first schedule of webinars was posted on the Office Blogs and are coming up quick. The first one is tomorrow, and centers are how to collaborate remotely by using Skype and PowerPoint. The full schedule of webinars is as follows:
- Create the ultimate online meetings with Skype and PowerPoint
October 5th, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Learn how to collaborate better and captivate your online audience with presentations that have the “wow” factor.
- Build a dashboard in a day with Excel and Power BI
November 2nd, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
See first-hand the new features in Excel and Power BI, and understand how the new Office takes work out of number crunching.
- Amp up your productivity with OneNote and Office
December 7th, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Do more in less time with tips, tricks, and shortcuts for storage and file-sharing that can propel you and your business to new productivity levels.
- Live Q & A All sessions
Find out exactly what you need to know, and get your questions answered in a real-time Q & A session with a Microsoft expert.
The best part of all is these webinars are free. So if you want to learn how to better collaborate with PowerPoint, OneNote and Office or produce more impressive metrics with PowerBI and Excel, you can head over to their sign-up page. If you can’t make the times listed, you’ll be able to view the webinars on demand as well.Further reading: Excel, Microsoft, Office 365, Office Online, OneNote, PowerBI, PowerPoint, Skype