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Office 365 User Group Series

Office 365 User Group Series

By Brent Morris,
Vice President of Business Development, SUCCESS Computer Consulting

Worried about making the most of Office 365 apps? We’ve got a group for that!

You asked, and we listened: due to the popularity of our first-ever Office 365-user group meeting in early November, we’re hosting another on Tuesday, Dec. 11 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the SpringHill Suites by Marriott, just across the highway from our office.

(Click here to register)

Here at SUCCESS, we try to be not only responsive, but proactive when it comes to our clients’ needs, which is why we’re offering another user-group meeting. Many of you have already made the move to the Office 365 platform, and since making the switch we’ve frequently heard: “How do I take advantage of my subscription?” After hosting our last session, much of the feedback was along the lines of: “more of this, please.”

Our next user group will be focused on the general end-user, and helping you explore ways to make this platform work for you in your day-to-day work life. Most of you know that your Office 365 license comes with access to many other applications, but haven’t explored beyond Outlook. That’s understandable, as some licenses include as many as two dozen-plus applications, including but not limited to:

  • Delve
  • Teams
  • Power BI
  • Stream
  • Yammer
  • Flow
  • Tasks
  • SharePoint
  • Planner
  • StaffHub

The list goes on. It’s no surprise that folks are often confused and overwhelmed in trying to consider how to take advantage of these applications, or even if they can take advantage of what they’ve got.

Enter: Office 365 User Groups, hosted by SUCCESS

Our first Office 365 user group meeting was for technical users—those responsible for the administration of the platform.

Some of the topics explored were:

  • Licensing overview and experiences
  • Intune advantages and administration
  • File server replacement options, and paths to get there

For two hours, we had a full room of people sharing how to get more out of the applications. I was so encouraged by everyone’s willingness to share, and got some great content suggestions for the next meeting, which will be focused on the general end-user (i.e. not necessarily the most “techie” person in the office, but those who want to use this suite of productivity tools to their greatest advantage).

What’s in it for you?

  1. Connection: You can connect with people who share your interests and challenges
  2. Solutions: Solve business problems through shared experiences
  3. Education: Get support and enhance your skills

Up Next: Sign-up for our (free) event

As previously mentioned, our Office 365 General End User Group is coming up on Tuesday, Dec. 11 from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the SpringHill Suites by Marriott. We already have quite a few people signed up, but there’s room for more!

Here at SUCCESS, we’ve long believed that one of our core responsibilities is to offer you opportunities to learn more about the tools that you’re already using. If you’ve ever been to TechPulse, Fall Classic, or one of the many lunch and learns we’ve hosted, you know we’re committed to your education. These user groups represent the next step in letting SUCCESS help you make the most of your existing software.