Microsoft released their new Work Trend Index Pulse report that looks at the rise of hybrid work and how businesses are adjusting. The report found that hybrid work is becoming the new normal, but businesses are struggling to keep up. Coinciding with this report was the announced expansion of Microsoft Viva, which we will talk more about in this post.
Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare: Part II
There truly is a better way to implement the applications and processes needed to support and build upon industry-specific needs with technologies that will not only improve the level of service but the sustainability of quality care without compromising worker health or raising costs. We already shared some highlights from Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare last week. We promised a follow-up round for you this week, and here at CSW Solutions, we always follow through! Read on for more.
Microsoft Cloud for Retail
Microsoft Cloud for Retail is a fully-integrated suite of solutions that can help create personalized experiences, optimize supply chains, and re-imagine multichannel retail, Read more about how you can accelerate business growth with a solution tailored for retailers!
Top 5 Reasons to Choose Microsoft Cloud for Manufacturing
Microsoft Cloud for Manufacturing is currently available for preview. This entry-level package of cloud services offers customers a familiar but innovative suite of technology that will make digital transformation more affordable and scalable. Read on to learn about the top five reasons to choose Microsoft Cloud for Manufacturing.
Microsoft Teams : A Hybrid Meeting & Work Solution
Innovations with Microsoft Teams and Office have upped the ante for employees who need tools for success in the new hybrid workplace. Read here to learn more about Microsoft Teams for Hybrid Work!
AWS vs Azure: A Detailed Comparison
AWS and Azure are two of the most popular cloud computing platforms, but which really is better? Find out by reading our in-depth comparison. Read on!
The Future of Work with Microsoft Teams
The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting workplace environments in a big way. There are a lot more organizations thinking and planning for the future of work and collaboration. The rise in remote and hybrid work during the ongoing pandemic continues to push people and organizations to work and invest in new ways, introducing challenges as well as opportunities to find level ground.
Microsoft shared some news this week at their recent customer event, Ignite. They highlighted several important new additions to their Teams platform that we were very excited about.
Microsoft Teams vs Slack
Microsoft Teams is adding massive numbers of users through large organizations, schools, government agencies, and its existing Office 365 customer base. Slack, meanwhile, has been around a lot longer and is more comfortable as an independent application to startups, and cooler to younger, independent developers for collaboration. No matter where you are on the workspace spectrum, workspace, and chat tools are more important than ever to keep up productivity, normalcy, and communication. In this post, we will compare Microsoft Teams and Slack to see how their pricing, innovative features, and usability stand up to each other and how they might help you decide which application is best for you.