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WFH Series: Find immediate ROI in Microsoft 365 (by replacing third party tools)

One of the first things we do when we are running a discovery session with our customers, is talk about all of the third party tools they are using. Why is that?  Well, we know our customer has just invested in Microsoft 365, and they want to make the most of their investment.  It’s time to look for all of the band-aids that all of the different departments have put into place (watch webinar on shadow IT) and look for a better, more cohesive solution. Why pay for all of those tools when you already own them in Microsoft 365?

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Free Teams licensing released from Microsoft

With the sudden surge in employees working from home, Microsoft has responded with a 6-month free trial of Microsoft 365 E1 license, which includes Microsoft Teams. New customers, Exchange Online Only customers or Office 365 Business customers can experience Teams as a hub for collaboration that brings together chat, meetings, and Microsoft 365, all in one place!

If your business is ready to upgrade your work-from-home experience, this is your chance to try it at no cost.

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An Office 365 Users Guide to Power Apps & Power Automate (Flow) Licensing – October 2019 Edition

Licensing for Microsoft products and services is often confusing, befuddling, or downright incomprehensible. The licensing for Power Apps and Power Automate is no exception, mostly due to one set of changes that went into effect in February 2019 and a second set of changes that went into effect on October 1, 2019. The goal of this article is to clear up as much of the confusion as possible by documenting Power Apps and Power Automate licensing as of October 1, 2019.

This blog post was last updated on October 16, 2020.

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