One way to address burnout is by encouraging communication, both from management to staff and between peers, and this is where Microsoft 365 can help.
Like everyone else, healthcare workers are doing more and more of their work on mobile devices. From physicians updating patient records to home health nurses checking schedules or front desk admins handling intake, there’s a growing expectation that people shouldn’t have to find a computer or plug in a laptop to access important information.
If your organization requires people to upload files to SharePoint or another repository, you’ve probably had someone ask “Will anyone ever read these?” And the inconvenient truth is that, in all likelihood, nobody else will. According to a University of California study 95% of files in cloud / network shares are opened fewer than five times
A big selling point of “cloud” solutions is not having to worry about things like server uptime, security, and data protection. However, it’s a misconception that every cloud platform takes care of all these things for you. Case in point: Microsoft 365 backup and recovery. Many [...]
When an organization first builds an intranet, document management solution or community portal, the early focus is usually on the technology. But over the long term, the challenge is usually less about tech, more about user engagement. Here are a few tactics that platform administrators can [...]
Xerox first used the term “folder” to describe computer directories in 1958, and that metaphor has stuck ever since. The appeal is obvious: people like thinking about data in physical terms, and picturing files as digital papers inside a flap of digital cardboard is a simple, [...]