Microsoft Office 365® is a relatively new product with multiple subscriptions available, each containing different apps. Because you may not understand everything included in your subscription, you may have access to powerful apps and not even know it.
This session is an overview of Office 365® and introduces some of the lesser known and and least utilized apps. We’ll cover Flow, Planner and others that have the most impact on collaboration, workflow and productivity.
Get Acquainted with Office 365® is an independent seminar and is neither affiliated with, authorized, sponsored, nor approved by, Microsoft Corporation.
The objectives of the session include introducing and clarifying what’s included in Office 365®, discussing business and residential applications for Office 365® and
sharing ways to increase collaboration and productivity.
Attendees will leave with a better understanding of the suite of apps and creative ways they can use them in their businesses and with their clients.
The session will be delivered using a show and tell of the apps in Office 365® along with a handout. We’ll include time for table discussions to generate ideas which will be shared with the group. Our training style is interactive and encourages questions and audience participation.
The business world runs on Office products. Microsoft launched Office 365® in 2011 and with the release of Office 2013, Microsoft expanded Office 365® to include plans for different business types and general consumers. As Office 365® becomes the norm, NAPO members will see more and more of their clients using it and because it is a relatively new and different Microsoft product, it can be easy to become confused.
This session introduces attendees to different available subscriptions and their included apps; we know that many NAPO members invest in outside apps simply because they’re unaware there are similar apps within 365.
Since we won’t have time to cover all the apps in depth, we’ll focus on a few that we believe have the greatest impact on collaboration and productivity.
Holly Uverity, CPO®, MOS Outlook
Office Organizers, The Entrepreneur’s Organizer, is a professional organizing and productivity consulting firm teaching entrepreneurs how to gain and keep control over their time, space and clutter. Holly is committed to her clients, her industry, her company and her community. Her work has been featured on television, radio and in print and she writes Getting Organized for the Better Business Bureau of Houston and South Texas.
She is a Microsoft Office Specialist in Outlook as well as an inaugural CPO®. In addition to providing Outlook training for her clients, she regularly teaches organizing and Outlook® classes through the University of Houston’s Small Business Development Center.
Holly is very active in NAPO, having on and chaired several national committees since 1994. She has received both the President’s Award and the Service to NAPO Award. Holly is a founding member of NAPO’s Houston chapter and the sole recipient of the chapter’s Founder’s Award. A longtime advocate of certification, she has volunteered on several BCPO committees over the years and is currently a member of NAPO’s Technology SIG, Business Organizing and Productivity SIG and Education Committee.
Prior to starting SOS in 1999, Nancy taught financial advisors and their assistants “Office Best Practices to Increase Production” in Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan, and Minnesota. As a professional organizer and productivity consultant and coach, she helps others assess, design, and implement customized solutions to calm the environment, control information, increase productivity, and reduce stress.
Nancy has specialized in teaching both Microsoft® Outlook® and OneNote®, for more than fifteen years. Through training and speaking within corporations and at conferences, she is committed to help others utilize these technologies to increase productivity and improve project collaboration. Also, she has been featured on television, radio, and in print. She is the co-author of:
•Win: 35 Winning Strategies from Today's Leading Entrepreneurs
•Action Organizing Tips for Your Office—Ways to Get and Stay Organized
•Organizing Your IEPs
Nancy was a founding member of the NAPO-WI chapter and an inaugural CPO®. Her NAPO experience includes: Technology Committee member, Corp-SIG chair, Conference Planning Committee member, as well as membership in several SIGs.