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IT Showcase Productivity Guidance

Microsoft IT Showcase publishes productivity guides to bridge the gap between technology and users. These guides provide employees with scenario-based, best-use productivity aids on Microsoft products and technologies. Download customizable versions of IT Showcase Productivity guides to use as samples and reusable templates to help you meet your adoption goals and get your employees productive fast.

Learn more about Microsoft IT Showcase at http://www.microsoft.com/ITShowcase.

The guides are listed individually on this page and in this Work Smart Zip Download file.

  • Getting more done with Windows 10 Mobile
    Windows 10 Mobile gives you a consistent experience across Windows 10 devices because your settings and data follow you whether you are using a PC or mobile device. Every Windows 10 Mobile device comes with Microsoft Office Mobile, Microsoft Edge, and Cortana built in. Use your Windows 10 Mobile device like a PC with Continuum for phones—and still make and receive calls. Install Skype for Business and OneDrive for Business to connect and collaborate with your coworkers, partners, and customers.
    Published: December 24, 2015 Updated: November 30, 2016
  • Getting to know Windows 10
    Even if Windows 10 is new to you, it will still feel familiar! Get started quickly using key Windows 10 features with a few tips and tricks included in this guide. Learn about searching with Cortana, browsing with Microsoft Edge, and personalizing Windows to suit your preferences. Set up your account and use apps like Mail, Calendar, and Microsoft Office 365. Windows 10 helps you stay secure, get organized, and be productive.
    Published: November 22, 2016
  • Using AutoVPN to connect remotely
    AutoVPN, a new feature in Windows 10 Anniversary Update, allows you to connect simply and securely to work resources when you are away from the office. Managed devices automatically have a VPN profile that contains information about your corporate authentication method and server. Learn how to use AutoVPN for corporate access when working remotely.
    Published: November 7, 2016
  • Getting the most out of Microsoft Edge
    With Microsoft Edge in Windows 10, you get a browser built for fast, safe, and productive web experiences. You can search directly from the address bar or take advantage of integration with Cortana to make your search easier. The Hub saves your favorites, a reading list, your browsing history, and downloads. Make a Web Note on a page to save for later or share with others, and enable roaming so that your favorites and settings follow you to any PC or Windows 10 Mobile device.
    Published: July 21, 2015 Updated: November 7, 2016
  • What’s new in Microsoft Office 2016
    Office 2016 helps you do your best work—anywhere, anytime, and with anyone. Modern versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, OneNote, Publisher, and Access are built for maximum productivity. Create professional documents with rich authoring features and use intuitive tools to make the most of your data. Store documents in the cloud, and then share, present, and work as a team with built-in collaboration tools across the suite. And don’t forget: Office 2016 is available whether you use Windows, Mac, iOS, or Android devices.
    Published: September 23, 2015 Updated: November 1, 2016
  • Be productive anywhere with Microsoft Office 365
    You are busy and need to be productive whether you are at your office, on the road, or at home. By installing Microsoft Office 365 on your Windows, Mac, iOS, or Android device, you can keep up with your email and calendar, and work on documents wherever you are. With your Office 365 account, your documents, preferences, and other settings follow you across the PCs, tablets, smartphones, and even web browsers that you use. So you can pick up right where you left off, anytime and anywhere.
    Published: September 23, 2015 Updated: November 1, 2016
  • Managing your email and calendar on the go with Outlook 2016
    Use Microsoft Outlook 2016 to keep your world in sync and stay more connected. Outlook helps you manage everything you do, no matter where you are. Get your email, calendar, contacts, tasks, and to-do lists all in one place. Because Outlook is built into Microsoft Office 365, you can sign in from any browser and use it on Windows, Mac, iOS, or Android devices.
    Published: September 23, 2015 Updated: November 1, 2016
  • Getting started with Word 2016
    Microsoft Word 2016 is a modern version of the classic desktop application, built for maximum productivity. Quickly produce professional documents using rich authoring features. Share, present, and work together on projects with built-in collaboration tools. Whether you work on a Windows, Mac, iOS, or Android device, you can access your documents in the cloud whenever and wherever you need them.
    Published: September 23, 2015 Updated: November 1, 2016
  • Getting started with Excel 2016
    With new chart types and improvements to PivotTables, Excel 2016 makes it easier to work with a large amount of data and give it even more meaning. Organize, view, and analyze your data in spreadsheets to better inform your decisions. Save your workbooks in the cloud and collaborate with others. With Microsoft Office 365, you can use Excel on your PC or Mac, as well as on your Windows, iOS, or Android device, staying productive whether you are at work, at home, or on the go.
    Published: September 23, 2015 Updated: November 1, 2016
  • Creating dynamic presentations with PowerPoint 2016
    With PowerPoint 2016 you can create, share, and co-author dynamic presentations on Windows, Mac, iOS, and Android devices like never before. With new features—including modern chart types, screen recordings, and the Microsoft Office Mix add-in with enhanced screen recording functionality—PowerPoint 2016 allows you to bring your presentations, slideshows, and training sessions to a whole new level.
    Published: September 24, 2015 Updated: November 1, 2016
  • Go paperless with OneNote 2016
    OneNote 2016 makes your paper notebooks, index cards, and sticky notes obsolete, taming the “paper jungle” and making note-taking a paperless activity. It is the perfect solution for creating, organizing, and searching online notes. And if you store your OneNote notebooks in the cloud, you can easily share them with your colleagues or collaborate with your team. Whether you work on a Windows, Mac, iOS, or Android device, you can sign in to Microsoft Office 365 and access your online notebooks from anywhere, at any time.
    Published: September 23, 2015 Updated: November 1, 2016
  • Using Windows Hello to access work resources
    The Windows Hello feature for Windows 10 will help you to securely log on to your device and enjoy simplified sign on to on-premises and cloud resources without using a password. Using Windows Hello, you can sign in to your Windows 10 devices using a secure PIN. Or, if your device is equipped with compatible hardware, sign in with just a look or a touch.
    Published: December 22, 2015 Updated: August 16, 2016
  • Be more productive with Skype for Business
    Skype for Business 2016 combines instant messaging, voice, and video capabilities to use at your desktop computer. To help you get the most from Skype for Business, this guide shows you how to manage contacts, use audio devices, make enterprise voice calls, and manage meetings. You’ll learn how to select an audio device, change audio settings, forward and place calls on hold, listen to voice mail, join a meeting, share content in a meeting, and more.
    Published: August 9, 2016
  • Connecting to work on your Windows 10 device with Microsoft Intune
    Planning to use your personal Windows 10 device for work? Enrolling in mobile device management through Microsoft Intune gives you secure access to corporate resources and allows IT admins to manage corporate data and apps on your device. Your personal data—pictures, files, personal apps, and personal email—is separate and untouched, never accessible by your company. This guide walks you through the Intune enrollment process if you’re working remotely or doing work on a personal device.
    Published: August 8, 2016
  • Bring your research project to life with Microsoft Office 365
    Learn how Office 365 can help you tackle your next research project, from start to finish. Whether you work on a Windows, Mac, iOS, or Android device, you can start with OneNote to record ideas and notes, then prepare to collaborate in a shared workspace with Office 365 Groups. Track your project schedule with Microsoft Planner and document your process and work in Word. Finally, create a PowerPoint presentation and share videos that you create with the Office Mix add-in for PowerPoint.
    Published: July 5, 2016
  • Building an online training session in Office Mix for PowerPoint
    Learn how to build an interactive training session with Office Mix, a free add-in for Microsoft PowerPoint in Office 365. Office Mix makes it easy to turn your PowerPoint presentations into interactive online lessons that you can share with students and colleagues in OneNote, on the web, or in your learning management system. You can use Office Mix on Windows, Mac, iOS, or Android devices.
    Published: July 5, 2016
  • Creating a dashboard to analyze and visualize your data in Excel 2016
    Learn how to plan and create a dashboard with Microsoft Excel 2016 in Office 365. A dashboard can make it easier to collect, analyze, and share your data; giving you valuable insights into your business. You can use queries to connect to external data, choose from a variety of charts to display data, drill down into details with a PivotChart, and apply conditional formatting to visually highlight trends.
    Published: July 5, 2016
  • Protecting your data with Windows 10 BitLocker
    BitLocker Drive Encryption technology in Windows 10 uses the strongest publicly available encryption to help protect your computer’s data by preventing others from accessing your disk drives without authorization. Additionally, BitLocker To Go helps prevent unauthorized access on your portable storage devices, including USB flash drives. Learn how to enable and suspend BitLocker, retrieve a BitLocker recovery key, or encrypt portable drives with BitLocker To Go.
    Published: June 30, 2016
  • Getting started with Power BI
    Microsoft Power BI helps you stay up to date with the information that matters to you. Learn how to create interactive dashboards and build reports to analyze your business in detail. Connect multiple datasets in Power BI to bring all of your relevant data together in one place. Gain insights, make decisions, and monitor your business wherever you are.
    Published: June 13, 2016
  • Protecting data with Windows 7 BitLocker
    Microsoft BitLocker Drive Encryption technology uses the strongest publicly available encryption to protect your computer’s data, and prevents others from accessing your disk drives without authorization. Additionally, the BitLocker To Go feature prevents unauthorized data access on your portable storage devices, including Universal Serial Bus (USB) flash drives, also known as "thumb drives."
    Published: June 8, 2016
  • Successful meetings with Skype for Business
    Traditional meetings can be a challenge when people are spread out over long distances. Communication technology can overcome this physical boundary by allowing people to attend from any location with Internet or phone access. In addition, by understanding the best practices for conducting meetings and productively using Skype for Business, you can make your meetings more efficient and effective.
    Published: May 13, 2016
  • Skype for Business for Windows Phone
    Skype for Business for Windows Phone is an app that brings Skype for Business meetings, presence, instant messaging (IM), voice, and video capabilities to your mobile device. This guide provides detailed instructions on how to get started using Skype for Business for Windows Phone.
    Published: April 13, 2016
  • Configuring Power BI mobile apps with Microsoft Intune
    Microsoft Intune enables organizations to manage devices and applications. The Power BI mobile applications for Windows 10 Mobile, iOS and Android integrate with Intune to allow you to manage the application on your devices while controlling security. Through configuration policies, you can control items like requiring an access PIN, how data is handled by the application and even encrypting application data when the app is not in use.
    Published: April 6, 2016
  • Getting started with the Power BI for Android app
    The Android app for Microsoft Power BI brings Power BI to your pocket, with up-to-date, touch-enabled mobile access to your business information. View and interact with your company dashboards from anywhere.
    Published: April 6, 2016
  • Getting started with the Power BI mobile app for Windows 10
    The Windows 10 mobile app for Microsoft Power BI brings Power BI to your tablet or phone, with up-to-date, touch-enabled mobile access to your business information. View and interact with your company dashboards from anywhere — right on your Windows Start screen.
    Published: April 6, 2016
  • Getting started with the Power BI for iOS app
    The iPhone app for Microsoft Power BI for iOS is part of the mobile BI experience for Power BI and Reporting Services. With live, touch-enabled mobile access to your important business information on premises and in the cloud, you can view and interact with your company dashboards easily, from anywhere. Explore the data in dashboards, and share them with your colleagues in email or text messages.
    Published: April 6, 2016
  • Use Reset to restore your Windows 10 PC
    In Windows 10, you can use Reset to restore the operating system on your PC by reinstalling Windows. This lets you restore Windows without using a separate recovery image (usually on a DVD or USB thumb drive) that contains a backup copy of all system files. Reset restores the PC by reinstalling the original system configuration and then applying Windows updates to get it to the last major update state. Use the Keep my files option to preserve user accounts, data, pre-installed Windows apps and applications, and customized settings. The Remove everything option restores the PC in the same manner, but without preserving any user accounts, data, or customized settings.
    Published: November 20, 2015
  • Skype for Business for Android
    Skype for Business for Android is a productivity app that brings Skype Meetings, instant messaging, voice, and video capabilities to your Android mobile device. It has a new look and feel, at-a-glance view of your upcoming meetings and conversation history, simplified call controls, and many other improvements.
    Published: November 18, 2015
  • Working like a network with Yammer
    Yammer is a file sharing, knowledge exchange, and team efficiency tool that is designed specifically for company collaboration, with transparency and inclusiveness in mind. It lets you and your organization’s employees harness the business power of social networking through an easy-to-use product with a familiar interface. Use this productivity guide to get started with Yammer today.
    Published: October 2, 2015
  • Office for Android
    If you own an Android device, you can now expand your workspace to wherever you are by installing Microsoft Office on your phone or tablet. Office for Android provides the same look and feel as Office on your desktop. It also provides the same ability to store and share data in the cloud through Microsoft OneDrive for Business, allowing you to create, share, and edit data quickly and easily, even when you are on the go. See how you can be more productive with Office.
    Published: September 24, 2015
  • Office for iPhone and iPad
    Own an Apple iPad or iPhone? Be more productive wherever you are by installing Microsoft Office on your tablet or phone. Office for iOS provides the same look and feel as Office on your desktop. It also provides the same ability to store and share data in the cloud through Microsoft OneDrive for Business. With Office for iOS, you can create, share, and edit data quickly and easily, even when you are on the go.
    Published: September 24, 2015
  • Skype for Business for iOS
    Skype for Business for iOS is a productivity app that brings Skype Meetings, presence, instant messaging (IM), voice, and video capabilities to your iOS mobile device. It has a new look and feel, at-a-glance view of your upcoming meetings and conversation history, simplified call controls, and other improvements.
    Published: September: 18, 2015
  • Using Windows 10 Client Hyper-V
    Client Hyper-V is the virtualization technology built into Windows 10 and Windows 8.x. It is the same virtualization technology previously available only in Windows Server. Client Hyper-V enables you to run more than one 32-bit or 64-bit x86 operating system at the same time on the same host computer. But instead of working directly with the computer’s hardware, the operating systems run inside a virtual machine (VM). Hyper-V enables developers and IT professionals to easily maintain multiple test environments. It also provides a simple mechanism to quickly switch between these environments quickly.
    Published: July 21, 2015 Updated: September 08, 2015
  • Creating a Portable Windows 10 Environment with Windows To Go
    You can use Windows To Go, a feature in Windows 10 Enterprise (and previous versions), to provision a USB drive with a complete and managed Windows 10 system image. You can insert the USB drive (known as a Windows To Go workspace) into a managed or unmanaged Windows 10 host computer to boot and run a managed Windows 10 system. You don’t have to install any software on the host computer to use the Windows To Go workspace.
    Published: July 21, 2015 Updated: September 08, 2015
  • Cortana for Windows 10
    Cortana is your personal digital assistant in Windows 10. She gets to know you and helps you get things done, letting you interact with her in a way that’s easy and natural. She can search the web, find things on your PC, show you the local news and weather, and provide reminders based on time or location. Just tell Cortana what you want, and she’ll be there to help you out.
    Published: June 29, 2015 Updated: September 08, 2015
  • Exploring Windows 10
    Windows 10 is designed to please both touch and mouse users. It’s also designed to be intuitive for users of both Windows 7 and Windows 8.1, incorporating the “best of both worlds” to enhance your experience and help you be more productive. The Start menu is back, putting all your apps, settings, and files just a few keystrokes, clicks, or taps away. Cortana helps make things easier for you and keeps you up to date. Microsoft Edge, the new browser in Windows 10, is designed to deliver a better web experience. It’s also easier to find and switch between open apps, keep them organized, resize and reposition them, keep track of notifications, and access frequently used system settings.
    Published: June 29, 2015 Updated: September 08, 2015
  • Keeping your files secure in the cloud with SharePoint Online
    How to restrict access to your site through permissions setting and applying Information Rights Management to files. Work Smart brings tips/tricks from Microsoft IT that improve digital productivity and help create an all-digital culture within Microsoft.
    Published: August 24, 2015 Updated: September 08, 2015
  • Become a Pro in SharePoint Online
    Highlights of some key SharePoint Online ribbon functions to help you be more productive: adding a list, adding a new view, adding an alert to a file receive update notifications, and syncing your SPO document library to your Outlook. Work Smart brings tips/tricks from Microsoft IT that improve digital productivity and help create an all-digital culture within Microsoft.
    Published: August 24, 2015 Updated: September 08, 2015
  • OneNote for Pros: Smart note-taking tips
    Learn how you can use hot keys, insert and use Audio/Video, integrate Excel, and check changes/versions to a doc through the history tab to be more productive in OneNote. Work Smart brings tips/tricks from Microsoft IT that improve digital productivity and help create an all-digital culture within Microsoft.
    Published: August 24, 2015 Updated: September 08, 2015
  • Work Smart: OneNote Modern App
    Microsoft's Jason Draime takes you on a quick tour of the OneNote modern app where you can use the radial wheel to create lists and format on the fly, use a stylus to transcribe your handwriting, and take a quick picture to upload to your Notebook. Work Smart to brings tips/tricks from Microsoft IT that improve digital productivity and help create an all-digital culture within Microsoft.
    Published: August 24, 2015 Updated: September 08, 2015
  • One Drive for Business tips and tricks video
    OneDrive for Business is more than just cloud storage. Use the Follow command for important docs, investigate the shared with me folder, learn the functionalities within windows explorer, and sync files to your Outlook. Work Smart brings tips/tricks from Microsoft IT that improve digital productivity and help create an all-digital culture within Microsoft.
    Published: August 24, 2015 Updated: September 08, 2015
  • Shortcut keys for Windows 10
    This guide lists shortcut keys that you can use from the desktop in Windows 10.
    August 30, 2015
  • Save and share files in the Cloud with OneDrive for Business in Windows 10
    Microsoft OneDrive for Business is your professional document library—the business version of the OneDrive consumer service. OneDrive for Business uses Microsoft Office 365 hosted productivity software (Microsoft SharePoint Online) to store and organize your work files in the cloud.
    August 27, 2015
  • Run Effective Meetings with OneNote
    Another meeting! If you are overbooked, and want your meetings to be more productive and effective, consider inviting Microsoft OneNote. Let Work Smart show how you can plan and run efficient, effective meetings, ensure that attendees can access meeting information, and keep everyone on the same page. This guide is part of a series, which introduces the many benefits that OneNote offers with respect to successful collaboration.
    December 26, 2014
  • Run Successful Events with OneNote
    You are planning an event, dreading having to print reams of information that you will then have to stuff into event packets. Let Work Smart show how you can plan and manage event minutia digitally, and ensure that your attendees can access all event information from their mobile devices. This guide is part of a series, which introduces the many benefits that OneNote offers with respect to successful collaboration.
    December 26, 2014
  • Streamline Onboarding with OneNote
    You have a new project, new employee, new process, and you need to provide vast amounts of paper, files, and other data as part of onboarding. Let Work Smart show how you can streamline the ramp-up period for people, making it more efficient and effective for them, and much less time-consuming for you. This guide is part of a series, brought to you by Work Smart, which introduces the many benefits that OneNote offers with respect to successful collaboration.
    December 26, 2014
  • Successful Meetings with Lync 2013
    Traditional meetings can be a challenge when people are dispersed across worldwide locations. Communications technology can overcome this physical boundary by allowing people to attend meetings from any location by using Internet or phone access. In addition, by understanding the best practices for conducting meetings and productively using Microsoft Lync 2013 communications software, you can make your meetings more efficient and effective.
    August 06, 2014
  • Creating a Portable Windows 8 Environment with Windows To Go
    Windows To Go is a new feature in the Windows 8 Enterprise operating system that you can use to provision a USB drive with a complete, managed Windows 8 system image. You can insert the USB drive (known as a Windows To Go workspace) into any Windows 7–based or Windows 8–based host computer to boot and run a managed Windows 8 system without installing any software on the host computer. This guide shows you how to create a Windows To Go workspace.
    May 16, 2014
  • Get Started: Office 365
    Read this guide to see how to use your Office 365 account to its fullest potential by checking email through Microsoft Outlook Web App, sharing files, and using Office 365 on mobile devices.
    May 16, 2014
  • Go Paperless by Using OneNote 2013
    The Microsoft OneNote 2013 note-taking program can help support corporate initiatives to reduce employee dependence on paper and printed documents. This guide gives you a quick primer on OneNote 2013 so you can join the paperless revolution.
    May 16, 2014
  • SharePoint Online 101
    This guide describes how to create and customize a team site by using Microsoft SharePoint Online. You can also use the content in this guide to customize other types of sites that you create by using SharePoint Online.
    May 16, 2014
  • Using Lync-Skype Connectivity
    Microsoft Lync Server 2013 supports connectivity with Microsoft Skype software. From the living room to boardroom, Lync-Skype connectivity helps improve communication and productivity. With Lync-Skype connectivity, Skype users and Lync users can add each other as contacts, exchange instant messages (IMs), and make audio calls.
    May 16, 2014
  • Get Started: Microsoft Excel 2010
    Use this guide to learn about some of the features that are available in Microsoft Excel 2010 spreadsheet software.
    May 15, 2014
  • Get Started: Microsoft Word 2010
    Use this guide to learn about some of the features that are available in Microsoft Word 2010.
    May 15, 2014
  • Overview: Microsoft OneNote 2010
    You can use this guide to learn about the features in the Microsoft OneNote 2010 note-taking program, and how to use them.
    May 15, 2014
  • What’s New in Access 2013
    With Microsoft Access 2013 database software, you don’t have to be a developer to quickly create custom browser-based apps. Access apps reliably solve business or departmental needs like contact management, customer billing, and order tracking. Access makes sure that end users can find features and commands, so you can focus on simple changes to fit your business needs.
    You can control your Access apps by using a Microsoft SharePoint site in a browser, through Microsoft Office 365 hosted productivity software. Data is stored in Windows Azure SQL Database or Microsoft SQL Server software to help keep your data secure and scalable.
    May 15, 2014
  • What’s New in Office Professional Plus 2013
    Microsoft Office Professional Plus 2013 transforms how you work. Each application offers a start experience that gets you going quickly. You can open an existing document in a flash or use a template to jump-start the creation of a new file. It’s also much easier to share and collaborate. You can use new features like Microsoft OneDrive for Business to save and share your files right from your Office applications.
    The Office 2013 applications are also more closely aligned with each other, so you have a consistent experience from one application to another.
    May 15, 2014
  • What's New in Excel 2013
    The first thing that you see when you open Microsoft Excel 2013 spreadsheet software is a new look. It’s cleaner, but it’s also designed to help you get professional-looking results quickly. You’ll find many new features that help you draw more persuasive pictures of your data, guiding you to better, more informed decisions.
    May 15, 2014
  • What’s New in Lync 2013
    Microsoft Lync 2013 communications software offers a clean look to help you communicate quickly and easily. In Lync 2013, it’s easier than ever to start an instant message (IM) or a call. You can start a video call by using just one click and even see a preview of your own video in the invitation. You can also quickly upgrade from one type of call to another.
    Lync 2013 adapts to your own personal workflow, whether you’re in the office, at home, or on the go. Lync 2013 also provides new and useful ways to organize your contacts so that you can quickly find the right people to help you accomplish your work.
    May 15, 2014
  • What's New in OneNote 2013
    The Microsoft OneNote 2013 note-taking program is a digital notebook for capturing, storing, and sharing all kinds of information—notes, pictures, webpages, and media. You can access your OneNote information wherever you go, on your favorite devices. Create notes, sketch a diagram, record a lecture, and connect them to related presentation files, photos, videos, web links, charts, and more, right in your notes.
    The first thing you’ll see when you open OneNote 2013 is a fresh, clean look that helps you focus on your thoughts and ideas instead of the interface. Full integration with the cloud through Microsoft OneDrive for Business means that you can free your files from your computer’s hard drive. Access your notes on OneDrive for Business from your tablet or Windows Phone, or from virtually any browser.
    May 15, 2014
  • What's New in Outlook 2013
    The first thing that you see when you open the Microsoft Outlook 2013 messaging and collaboration client is a new look. It’s cleaner, but it’s also designed to help you focus on what’s important by providing a clear view of email, calendars, and contacts.
    May 15, 2014
  • What's New in PowerPoint 2013
    The Microsoft PowerPoint 2013 presentation graphics program has a new look. It’s cleaner and primed for use on tablets, so you can swipe and tap your way through presentations. Presenter View automatically adjusts your projection setup, and you can even use it on a single monitor. Themes come with variations, which makes it easy to find the look that you want. And when you’re working with other people, you can reply to comments and have meaningful conversations where they matter most.
    May 15, 2014
  • What's New in Word 2013
    In Microsoft Word 2013, you can do more with your docs: add an online video, open a PDF file in Word and reuse the content, and align pictures and diagrams with minimal fuss. The Reading View is clean and distraction-free—and it works great on tablets. Teaming up is better too, with connections to Microsoft OneDrive for Business and streamlined review features like Simple Markup view and reply comments.
    May 15, 2014
  • Collaborating by Using SharePoint Server 2010
    Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 helps people share files and collaborate. It’s designed to work effectively with other technologies, including the Microsoft Office applications. Use this guide to learn about the features and capabilities of SharePoint Server 2010.
    May 14, 2014
  • Get Started: Microsoft Office 2010 User Interface
    You can use this guide to learn how to use the features of the ribbon and other elements of the Microsoft Office 2010 user interface (UI).
    May 14, 2014
  • Get Started: Microsoft Outlook 2010
    You can use the Microsoft Outlook 2010 messaging and collaboration client to manage your email messages. This guide describes some of the features in Outlook 2010.
    May 14, 2014
  • Get Started: Microsoft PowerPoint 2010
    Use this guide to learn about some of the features of the Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 presentation graphics program.
    May 14, 2014
  • Successful Meetings with Lync 2010
    Traditional meetings, large and small, can be a challenge when people are spread out over long distances and include internal and external participants. Communication technology can overcome physical boundaries by allowing people to attend from any location by using Internet or phone access. By understanding best practices and using Microsoft Lync 2010 communications software, you’re on your way to conducting or participating in successful meetings.
    May 14, 2014
  • Work Smart: Lync 2013 for Windows Phone 8
    This guide describes how to use Lync 2013 for Windows Phone. Lync 2013 for Windows Phone is an app that brings Lync presence, instant messaging (IM), voice, and video capabilities to your mobile device.
    July 8, 2013
  • Work Smart: Extend Your Productivity (and Have Fun!) with Windows Phone 8
    Windows Phone 8 provides new features that bring you closer to the people, places, and things you care about. Simple refinements make your phone a delight to use every day and new safeguards help keep your data secure.
    June 24, 2013
  • Work Smart: Go Paperless with OneNote 2013
    OneNote 2013 can help support corporate initiatives to reduce employee dependence on paper and printed documents. This guide gives you a quick primer on OneNote 2013 so you too can join the paperless revolution!
    June 20, 2013
  • Using Windows 8 Client Hyper-V
    Client Hyper-V is the virtualization technology built into Windows 8. Client Hyper-V is the same virtualization technology previously available only in Windows Server. A similar functionality in Windows 7 is called Windows XP Mode. Client Hyper-V enables you to run more than one 32-bit or 64-bit x86 operating system at the same time on the same host computer. But instead of working directly with the computer’s hardware, the operating systems run inside a virtual machine (VM). Hyper-V enables developers and IT professionals to easily maintain multiple test environments and provides a simple mechanism to quickly switch between these environments.
    March 19, 2013
  • Capture and Share Whiteboard Photos with your Surface with Windows RT
    The portability and long battery life of your Surface with Windows® RT device make it easy to carry with you to meetings. Using Microsoft® OneNote®, Microsoft Outlook® 2013 and your tablet’s built-in camera, you can easily capture and share pictures of the whiteboard diagrams from your meetings.
    February 8, 2013
  • Reading and Reviewing using OneNote on Your Surface with Windows RT
    The portability and long battery life of your Windows® RT device make it easy to carry with you. Use Microsoft® OneNote® throughout the day on your work PC to organize your reading, then sync your OneNote with your Windows RT-compatible device and take your reading with you on the airplane, at the doctor’s office, or wherever you find yourself with a little free time.
    February 8, 2013
  • Take Quick Notes with a Stylus and Your Surface with Windows RT
    The portability and long battery life of your Microsoft® Surface™ with Windows® RT device make it easy to carry with you. Add a capacitive stylus, the Microsoft OneNote® Windows Store app, and the excellent support for handwriting recognition included and you’ll have a quick, natural way to take notes on the go.
    February 8, 2013
  • Work Smart: Exploring Windows 8
    This guide provides a high-level overview of the exciting new features in the Windows 8 user interface.
    October 16, 2012
  • Work Smart: Backing Up Your Data and Settings
    This guide provides information on how to set up and use the new File History feature in Windows 8 or the IntelliMirror Redirection Service to back up your data.
    October 12, 2012
  • Work Smart: Connect a Microsoft Account (Windows Live ID) to Your Domain Account
    This guide discusses how, with Windows 8, you can connect your Microsoft account to your corporate domain account. By connecting the accounts you can continue to sign in to your office PC with your domain (network) credentials, sync your Windows personalization settings across multiple PCs, and use a single sign-on for Windows Live services.
    August 21, 2012
  • Work Smart: Connecting Remotely Using Windows 8 DirectAccess
    This guide discusses how to connect remotely using Windows 8 DirectAccess, which enables you to seamlessly connect to the corporate network from any Internet-equipped remote location without having to establish a Virtual Private Network (VPN) connection.
    August 21, 2012
  • Work Smart: Protecting Data with Windows 8 BitLocker
    This guide discusses how to use Microsoft BitLocker Drive Encryption technology to protect your computer’s data, and prevents others from accessing your disk drives without authorization.
    August 21, 2012
  • Work Smart: Using Windows Internet Explorer 10
    Internet Explorer 10, included in Windows 8, offers two browser experiences, a touch-optimized, modern-style experience and a classic desktop, web-browsing experience. This guide provides detailed instructions for using the Internet Explorer 10 modern experience, provides useful tips for working across both experiences, and discusses security and privacy.
    August 21, 2012
  • Work Smart: Windows 8 Shortcut Keys
    This guide provides a quick reference to the shortcut keys in the Windows 8 Start screen.
    August 21, 2012
  • System Center 2012 Configuration Manager Get Started
    System Center 2012 Configuration Manager puts the management of your computer in your hands. You can use Configuration Manager to quickly and easily identify and install applications that are relevant to you based on your role, language, and location. You can also use Configuration Manager to manage the timing of installations and upgrades to avoid disruptions to your work.
    April 13, 2012
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