Calendar.help is freaking.amazing

First things first, what is Calendar.help? Calendar.help does one thing really well: schedule your meetings. With the speed of artificial intelligence and the personal touch of a human assistant, Calendar.help takes care of business. To be a little more precise, Calendar.help is an automated way for Office 365 users to schedule meetings. It eliminates the … Read moreCalendar.help is freaking.amazing

Consistent document templates with SharePoint

If you ask most people how they manage document templates such as company letterheads, proposals, quotes or any other business document the typical answer is usually along the lines of ‘find an old one, copy and paste into a new one’. Over time, this can lead to an unwanted evolutionary effect on the document template, which … Read moreConsistent document templates with SharePoint

Checking for Telstra syndication using PowerShell

Here in the land down under, Office 365 was initially only available to partners via syndication through a large telco called Telstra. Tenancies under syndicated licensing are limited in several ways, for example they cannot use PSTN Conferencing with Skype for Business. Telstra have announced that syndicated tenants will be moved to across to CSP, … Read moreChecking for Telstra syndication using PowerShell

Outlook 2016’s killer feature

Every couple of years Microsoft release a new version of Office, the desktop suite comprising of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook. Powerful business productivity tools that we’ve all come to rely on. To most people, the changes appear cosmetic and from a productivity perspective, not all that helpful. But every new version includes a handful of … Read moreOutlook 2016’s killer feature