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Sway

Office 365 is a cloud-based subscription service that brings together tools to help people work together. By combining best-in-class apps like Excel and Outlook with powerful cloud services like OneDrive and Microsoft Teams, Office 365 lets anyone create and share anywhere, on any device.

 

Microsoft Sway comes in two forms[1]. The free version, which is available for anyone with a Microsoft Account (Hotmail, Live, Outlook.com etc), and Office 365 Sway, which is bundled in with Office 365 licenses[2]. It helps you and your colleagues express ideas using an interactive, web-based canvas. It lets you quickly and easily produce great interactive designs including images, text, documents, videos, maps, and more. Sway is great for use across multiple browsers and devices, with responsive layouts that adapt to whatever screen a presentation is being viewed on.

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OneDrive and SharePoint

Office 365 is a cloud-based subscription service that brings together tools to help people work together. By combining best-in-class apps like Excel and Outlook with powerful cloud services like OneDrive and Microsoft Teams, Office 365 lets anyone create and share anywhere, on any device. In today's world of cloud storage…

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New series: About Office 365

We're excited to let you know about "About Office 365" - a blog series based around, you guessed it, Office 365. It will outline some of the tools that are included in the various subscriptions, and some great ways you can use these tools to make your teams more productive…

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#TechTips

Every now and again you might stumble across a tech shortcut that makes everything easier.  We have a few in the burstfire office so whenever we notice new ones we will post them on twitter for you. If you have any tech shortcuts or useful tips please tweet them to us…

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Broadband Speeds

A cross-party group of MPs have found that the way broadband speed are advertised is misleading and should be changed.  Broadband speeds are often advertised as being ‘up to’ certain speeds.  For a lot of locations the speeds are nowhere near the top speeds. When we talk about internet speed…

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Leased Line vs Broadband

Most businesses will need some sort of internet connection.  This can be to process payments, provide customers a wifi service, access email or apps, through to VoIP calls, managing your network or hosting your website.   It is important to review how you are accessing the internet to make sure you…

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