Upload Photos to OneDrive With Microsoft Flow

Keeping photos and video organized across multiple devices can be complicated and messy. On this week’s One-Minute Wednesday, Ricky Perez will walk through creating a Flow that allows you to upload, manage, and organize visual content in OneDrive, right from your mobile device.

Security Issues: BlueBorne Malware

BlueBorne is a new cyber-threat that is attacking Bluetooth-enabled devices. Hackers are using Bluetooth connections to infiltrate and steal information from phones, laptops, and more. On today’s episode of One-Minute Wednesday, Nathanael Emenaker will go over the basics of how this malware works and the steps you can take to keep yourself secure.

Security Issues: Protecting Your Mobile Device

Our mobile devices are a part of today’s everyday life. We perform a multitude of daily tasks on them that reach far beyond just making phone calls. But mobile technology, such as smartphones, can be just as vulnerable as any computer to cyber attacks. So in this week’s One Minute Wednesday, Joon Koh will give you some advice on how to keep both you and your data secure when doing different functions on your device.

Review: Outlook Mobile App Pt. 3

On this week’s One Minute Wednesday, Andy Shin will conclude our review of the Outlook mobile app by taking a look at some of its calendar features. The Outlook mobile calendar makes it easy to schedule events, respond to calendar invites, and manage your calendar straight from your phone.

Review: Outlook Mobile App Pt. 2

On last week’s One Minute Wednesday, we did an overview of the Outlook mobile app for Android and iOS. In today’s episode, Nathanael will go deeper into some of the great features and functionality in the app. The Outlook app allows you to maintain an organized inbox and integrate your contacts, calendar and email all into one!

Review: Outlook Mobile App

Stay connected while on the go with the Outlook mobile app! On this episode of One Minute Wednesday, Tylen Wells will be giving a quick overview of Outlook’s mobile app. Available for both Android and Apple iOS devices, this app packs your email, calendar, files, and contacts all into one convenient app.

Review: Outlook Mobile App

Convert Printed Documents into Word Files

Ever had a printed document that you wished you could edit on your computer? On this this week’s episode of One-Minute Wednesday, Nathanael Emenaker will show you how to take a photo of a printed document and then convert it into a Microsoft Word file using the Office Lens app. Check it out!

Digitize Anything With Office Lens

Ever wanted to snap a photo of a whiteboard and then edit the text on a computer? In this week’s One Minute Wednesday, Yung Min will be discussing a great mobile app called Office Lens. Office Lens turns your phone into a mobile scanner that can take photos and then transfer them into editable documents and pictures in Microsoft Office applications. Tune in to learn more!