Exploring Office 365
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Managers, administrative assistants and Information Workers who want to understand the functionalities of Office 365 and use them at work.
To be familiar with Microsoft Office
After this course, the trainees will have a clear insight in several functionalities of Office 365. They are familiar with the different Collaboration Tools and how they relate to each other.
Classroom training with a strong practical and hands-on approach.
After a general introduction on mobile computing, the Cloud as work environment, and the different components of Office 365, we’ll start with an overview of all the Office 365 apps.
First we dive into the Outlook Apps (Mail, Calendar, People, Tasks). Then we’ll discuss the Office Apps, compare them with the Full Office Client, and we focus on co-authoring on documents. Finally we’ll have a look at other apps like Forms, Sway, Stream and other.
A very important part are the Collaboration Tools like SharePoint, Groups, Teams, Yammer, OneDrive For Business and Skype For Business. During the training this chapter will take the majority of the time. After we have discussed and talked about each app separately, we'll place them within the spectrum of online collaboration..
After this Office 365 introduction, the participants will have a clear insight in all aspects of most of the apps and they can describe the added value of each app for their business needs.
A logical next step are trainings about Office 365 Teams, OneDrive For Business, Skype For Business, and/or SharePoint (Information Worker, Site Owner).
- Introduction to Office 365
- Introduction to Cloud computing
- A first look: navigation
- Elements of Office 365
- Outlook apps
- Office apps
- Word Online
- Excel Online
- PowerPoint Online
- Other apps
- Power BI
- Collaboration Tools
- OneDrive For Business
- Skype For Business
- Groups: e-mail based collaboration
- Teams: chat-based collaboration
- Relationship between OneDrive, SharePoint and Teams
- Relationship between Skype For Business and Teams
- Position of these tools within the spectrum of collaboration