More and more businesses are choosing to monitor their employees’ online behavior, as it’s one way of keeping their data and devices secure. However, there are consequences to monitoring your employees’ activities. For instance, doing so can make them feel like their privacy is being violated, which can affect productivity and morale.
While the COVID-19 pandemic has waned, we may yet see a resurgence if we fail to suppress its current and future variants. One way we’re preventing the spread of coronavirus is by implementing remote work strategies. Remote work allows people to work through quarantines, as well as keep companies and even economies afloat.
An uninterrupted power supply (UPS) is an essential component of a business’s IT network. It ensures that networking equipment stays operational during power outages or failures. This allows you to stay online so you don’t suffer the productivity- and profit-draining impacts of a power outage, especially one that happens without warning.
Millions of businesses worldwide use Microsoft Outlook, preferring the free web-based email and calendar service over its many competitors. Outlook also offers tasks and contacts management capabilities, among other nifty features that will help you work smarter and boost your efficiency.
Keeping up with changes in business technology can be difficult for small- and mid-sized businesses like yours. However, upgrading your company’s technology is something you can’t afford to put off or ignore completely — not if you want to stay relevant and competitive.
To get different tasks done, businesses need a dependable, feature-rich productivity suite like Microsoft Office. Included in Office is Microsoft Word, a time-tested word processor that millions of organizations use. Now, Word has a refreshed look and feel, and is packed with even more features for improving productivity.
Keeping employee productivity up, maintaining operational efficiency, and streamlining communications are just some of the challenges in today’s hybrid workplace. Fortunately, organizations can overcome these problems with the help of Microsoft 365's dynamic new features.
OneNote is a useful program that lets you create and share digital notebooks containing handwritten or typed notes, drawings, screen clippings, audio commentaries, and more. This takes your note-taking to another level, allowing you to integrate multimedia as well as share notes and collaborate with other users.
Do you want to remind or update your team of company-related activities? An easy way to do this is by marking the activity on your Outlook calendar and sharing it with your colleagues. The following steps will let you do just that.
Outlook on the web
If you have Microsoft 365 or another email service based on Microsoft Exchange Online, follow these steps to share your calendar:
Open the Calendar by clicking on the calendar icon at the bottom of the page.
Microsoft Workplace Analytics presents a clear picture of employee performance, giving managers and leaders actionable insights to enhance productivity. Learn more about this valuable tool and its benefits to businesses of all sizes across industries.