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Collaboration in Microsoft OneNote

Need to collaborate on notebooks and to-do lists in Microsoft OneNote? On today’s episode of One-Minute Wednesday, Rachel Telander will discuss adding collaborators to your OneNote, uploading files and content, and chatting in real time as you work on your notebooks.

Security Issues: Business Email Compromise Scams

Cybercriminals continue to innovate sophisticated new attack vectors, but email phishing is still the most common and effective tactic for criminals looking to steal money or sensitive data. On today’s One-Minute Wednesday, Drew Lawson will discuss a common phishing tactic called business email compromise (or BEC) and review some ways to identify and protect yourself from this type of attack.

Leveraging Data with Microsoft Forms

Do you need a good way to collect feedback from a wide audience? On this week’s One-Minute Wednesday, Steven Sinde will be covering Microsoft Forms, an Office 365 app that gives you a platform for collecting data to help you assess where your organization is in relation to its goals.

Share Video Content in Microsoft Stream

Microsoft Stream lets your organization view and share internal video content with all the advantages of the Office 365 cloud. On this episode of One-Minute Wednesday, Sean MacLean will give you the rundown on how to navigate the interface, upload videos, and share content on Stream!

Present Your Ideas in Microsoft Sway

Looking for a better tool than PowerPoint to present ideas, give tutorials, or send interactive reports? On today’s One-Minute Wednesday, Tylen Wells will show you how to design custom presentations in Microsoft Sway. Sway is an excellent new tool that allows you to transform media content and ideas into easy-to-use presentations that can be shared with others!

Security Issues: How to Spot Social Engineering Scams

On this week’s One Minute Wednesday, Melanie Nunn will be giving an overview of social engineering tactics. Cybercriminals commonly use social engineering schemes to manipulate their targets into giving up sensitive information. And since these attacks can come from a variety of angles, it’s important for you to identify the features of a social engineering attack so you can protect yourself.

Manage Tasks with Microsoft To-Do

Are you tired of having tasks fall through the cracks? Well, today Isaac McIntosh will introduce you to Microsoft To-Do, an easy to use app that will help you store and manage all your tasks. This tool keeps your productivity moving forward by letting you set due, dates, sending reminders and saving any forgotten tasks so you never lose track of what needs to get done.

Integrating Apps in Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams seamlessly integrates a wide range of applications inside the Teams interface. On this week’s One-Minute Wednesday, John McCormack will show you how to add applications to the navigation tab in Teams, giving you quick and easy access to all the tools you need to work.

Manage Meetings in Microsoft Teams

Do you need a place to schedule and host all your meetings while staying connected and productive? Microsoft Teams in Office 365 lets you manage all of your appointments without hassle. On today’s One-Minute Wednesday, Melanie Nunn will give you a tour of how easy it is to coordinate your schedule with Microsoft Teams!

Connect With Others in Microsoft Teams

Need to have an individual chat, host a video conference, or quickly update your entire team? Microsoft Teams lets you perform all these tasks and more, all in one place. Tune in for this week’s One-Minute Wednesday as Tylen Wells gives you an overview of how Microsoft Teams makes it easy to collaborate with others from wherever you are!