Microsoft Teams is more than an app. It’s a shared, secure workspace for collaborating and getting things done. View the infographic “What can Microsoft Teams do for you?” to see how your nonprofit customers can be more productive, more profitable, and more engaged. For more information on Microsoft Teams, contact us today.
Securely harness the power of the cloud with Azure Advanced Threat Protection. This infographic outlines how your organization can trust Azure Advanced Threat Protection as it provides real-time security at enterprise scale, detect threats quickly, and allows your business to stay focused on what’s important.
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, nonprofit organizations are adjusting to full-time remote collaboration. Read “Work remotely, stay secure—tips for CISOs” to learn how organizations can keep secure throughout this transition. For more information about solutions to make remote working easier for your nonprofit customers, contact us today.
With Microsoft Teams, you can create a more inclusive, more collaborative modern work environment. Download “Do more with Microsoft Teams” to see how your customers can collaborate, meet, and share in a more open, fluid, and modern workspace.
With over 150 years of history and experience in the legal market, Webber Wentzel has become one of South Africa’s most prominent law firms, operating at the forefront of legal services and home to the country’s longest-standing pro bono practices. The firm aims to act as a beacon of innovation for the industry. In this video, see how Webber Wentzel has taken advantage of the capabilities of Office 365 to create a more efficient and collaborative workplace for its teams, while facilitating and securing client interactions.
This “10 tips to tackle your remote work day” eBook presents easy things nonprofit organizations can do to optimize how their teams work and keep connected so they can work effectively. Nonprofits can also learn to use these tips with Microsoft Teams to help them learn how to increase the efficiency of their workspaces, improve collaboration and communication, stay connected when not in the office, and run more effective remote meetings. For more information on Microsoft Teams, contact us today.
This video presents how Microsoft 365 delivers best-in-class productivity apps along with intelligent cloud services that help nonprofit organizations address today’s security challenges and proactively protect network devices against persistent threats. For more information, contact us today.
Microsoft Teams is a collaboration app that helps your nonprofit customer’s team stay organized and have conversations—all in one place. Watch “Welcome to Teams” to see how Microsoft Teams help your customers achieve more together. To learn more about how Teams can improve collaboration for your organization, contact us today.
Remote working, virtual learning, online living—the COVID-19 situation has required a shift from all of us. For many, this includes working from home. While a few space and routine necessities might seem obvious to some people, chances are we haven’t thought of everything. Chances are we need reminders. Check out this infographic for nine factors to help you stay healthy while working remotely. Whether you’ve done it for years, or this is your first time occasionally working in pajamas, we’re convinced there is something on this list you haven’t thought of. Have a look.
There’s plenty of information—everywhere—on how to safeguard our physical health during this COVID-19 situation. But what about mental and emotional health; how do we make sure we’re addressing those needs? Elizabeth Bille and Erin McClintock, in their blog for the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM), share solid strategies both for organizations and for ourselves.
One important element in alleviating stress with your employees is maintaining flexibility in the workplace. “One of the biggest stressors for many employees is the well-being of those they may care for. Those with children are likely concerned about how to handle school or daycare closures; employees who care for older adults may have increased responsibilities given the CDC’s advice that those populations stay home,” writes Bille and McClintock. Help employees navigate these concerns by providing flexible work arrangements, such as virtual check-ins, telecommuting, flex-scheduling and other plans that may help relieve them of some of their worry. These are extenuating times—look to offer extenuating flexibility and support to your employees.
As with any global health scare, it’s natural that people may experience an increase in fear and anxiety. We know from previous epidemics that quarantine has impacted people’s mental health, and thus we have a responsibility to address this topic—to make it just as vital and attention-garnering as the physical health component. Read the rest of this article to learn about more ways you can support mental health in the workplace during especially stressful times.