Microsoft Office 365 (O365) comes with many handy and time-saving features. One of these features is known as the Clutter Folder. The Clutter folder is not your standard Junk folder and it should not be confused as such. So, what exactly is it and how does it work?
Microsoft Office is well on its way to realizing its “Mobile-First, Cloud-First” vision for its Office 365 offering. Designed to make businesses more productive and collaborative than ever before, enabling network access from anywhere at any time and on any device is an appealing factor.
Microsoft has announced that at the end of the month (March 2016), users who have downloaded and installed the Office Suite from their Office 365 subscription will receive a notification to upgrade to Office 2016 (only Office 2013 installations that meet certain criteria will receive the notice). The notification will appear just below the ribbon in Office Suite applications: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, or Outlook.
After Microsoft released Office 365 to mid-sized businesses in 2013, they saw a broad adoption. Since then, the platform has made its way into many businesses, allowing employees to work from anywhere and on any device, whether it be a PC, Mac, tablet, or smartphone. Working with Office 365 is a way to obtain a cloud-based service that combines familiar Microsoft Office desktop applications with business-class e-mail, shared calendars, and file sharing.
Imagine the day when you can pull large volumes of data from disparate systems to generate information which you can use to make better business decisions…all at a push of a button! Then, imagine that information can be delivered to you in any format you desire, aggregated in multiple ways, refreshed easily, and programmed to happen automatically.