The need for remote learning continues to surge globally due to COVID-19. Microsoft alongside many of our partners offer free tools such as Office 365 and Teams to schools. Administrators and teachers find Teams useful not only for the classroom, but also for organizing Professional Learning Communities and Staff teams. Attending remote meetings is easy with all the built-in features provided. We understand you may have questions on how your school can leverage remote learning and we encourage you to view upcoming and on-demand Teams webinars - sign up here: https://microsoftteams.eventbuilder.com/TeamsEducation.
COVID-19 has necessitated many schools and universities making remote learning available. While it's natural to focus on student learning in the virtual classroom, it's just as important to consider teachers' needs for professional development and colleague collaboration.
While the people at Microsoft always have their eyes on innovation and imagination, as COVID-19 affects people across the globe, they are currently thinking about those concepts in a different light. Microsoft is committed to helping by offering the digital tools and functions it can best deliver. Microsoft's mission is to empower every person and organization on the planet to achieve more—and now more than ever that empowerment is seen through the lens of assisting people, communities, schools, businesses, and organizations. View this video and consider what alternative perspectives have surfaced in the short time our lives have been disrupted due to COVID-19.
Now your workforce can stay connected from anywhere on any device with Microsoft Office 365. See how one of the UK's largest mental health service providers uses Office 365 and Azure to help clinicians collaborate on patient care. Contact R.B.Hall Associates, LLC to help get your teams working seamlessly with Office 365.
Why are cybercriminals targeting SMBs? Because smaller businesses have the same valuable bank account information, customer data, and intellectual property as big businesses, often with far less stringent security practices and less advanced technology. Also, because SMBs may serve big businesses, they can be a convenient entry point for infecting their much larger partners and … Continue reading Rising security threats—to all businesses…!
Did you know that telecommuting has risen 74% between 2005 & 2012 and now makes up 2.6% of the American workforce or 3.2M? There’s an old-school misconception that workers are most productive at their desks, in their offices, at their place of business. The notion that a worker needs to sit at the same piece … Continue reading Think outside the desk
The future of work is mobile. But you may be worried that working from anywhere, on any device, could expose you to added security risks. Whether you’re a road warrior or remote worker here are some simple tips to stay protected. Here are 5 tips you should consider when working remotely: Bring your own Wi-Fi … Continue reading Taking the risk out of working on the go…!