6 tips to improve cloud storage user adoption

The way we organize files is intensely personal. Folders have given us a way to group files in almost countless ways. Folders are familiar. Their boundaries are easy to understand. Permissions applied to the folder and anything in the folder inherits those permissions. Sub-folders are easy to create. Folders are simple to copy or move. … Continue reading 6 tips to improve cloud storage user adoption

Keeping up with change through community-based learning

In 2018, Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella spoke about the pace at which we have to adopt technology today. He said organisations will have to build their own digital capability on top of the technology they have adopted. Satya expressed this in the following formula: (Tech adoption)^Tech capability = Tech intensity. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=48Kjm4brpZo&t=7m06s Satya Nadella speaking about … Continue reading Keeping up with change through community-based learning

I’m leaving you FB. It’s you. But it’s also me.

Ever since the departure of Robin Williams, I have paid more attention when a comedian has something serious to say. @BillMurray "verified" has been quoted saying the following: Social media is training us to compare our lives, instead of appreciating everything we are. No wonder why everyone is always depressed. I wanted to find the … Continue reading I’m leaving you FB. It’s you. But it’s also me.

But Apple Watch, I’ve been standing all day.

I have been working from home for 5 years and using a standing desk for about 2 years. I feel more energetic while I working at a standing desk. When sitting all day, I would usually tire by 2pm. I found it harder to concentrate. But with a standing desk, I experience this around 3:30-4pm. … Continue reading But Apple Watch, I’ve been standing all day.

‘What’s New?’ panel in Microsoft Outlook

The Outlook 2019 Preview reveals how Microsoft want to inform people about new Office features after installing update. A new 'What's New?' panel will replace the current pop-up screen. It will list new and changed features, linking to a page to learn more. You'll find it on the "Help" tab in the Ribbon menu, along … Continue reading ‘What’s New?’ panel in Microsoft Outlook

Adopt & Embrace’s 2nd #RemoteWorker Christmas party

Some of you may remember my post about Adopt & Embrace's first remote worker's Christmas party last year. Our team has grown since then. So have the number of locations and tools available.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ajdRNi4ZlcQ Our team values face-to-face communication. All our calls are video-on wherever possible. We don't prioritise concern for appearance over seeing expressions, … Continue reading Adopt & Embrace’s 2nd #RemoteWorker Christmas party

Microsoft’s plan to send O365 educational email direct to end-users

If your organisation is using Office 365, you'll know that there are a lot of choices and changes in the products. Microsoft recently announced a plan to send emails directly to your end-users, educating them on how to use Office 365 products. There was a strong reaction from customers, who didn't want Microsoft communicating directly … Continue reading Microsoft’s plan to send O365 educational email direct to end-users