Thank you to everyone who attended our live webinar on Wed. January 13th: You’re Not Getting Your Money’s Worth from your Office 365 subscription. We hope you found the content insightful as you continue to explore implementing Microsoft 365 and all it has to offer.Read More
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As you probably heard by now, Skype for Business is retiring on July 31, 2021. Microsoft has not been shy about this announcement because they have a far superior replacement…Microsoft Teams.Read More
Today we’re excited to announce ANP’s newest managed service offering, Secure Cloud Advantage®.
Secure Cloud Advantage is our digital workplace bundle that brings together everything your business needs to stay productive and work from anywhere, on any device, at any time.
At ANP we understand the amount of pressure your business has been under to transform the way you connect with your employees and customers while working from home.Read More
If you’re using Office 365, then you may already be familiar with SharePoint Online as it comes with most business licenses. SharePoint is an extremely powerful application that is used for file storage, document management, internal and external collaboration, automating workflows and much more. SharePoint can be used as a corporate intranet (or extranet), and essentially acts as the backend to Microsoft Teams.
Here are a few reasons why you should migrate your corporate data and business files to SharePoint:
During Microsoft’s quarterly earnings report to Wall Street—(the first earnings report since COVID-19 lock down began), Microsoft stated they saw more than 200 million Microsoft Teams meeting participants in a single day. Teams now has more than 75 million daily active users, and two-thirds of them have shared, collaborated, or interacted with files on Teams as well.Read More