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Month: September 2017

Google Chrome’s Profile Switcher

Google Chrome’s Profile Switcher

Lately I’ve been using a few different Office 365, Microsoft Azure, Twitter and Hootsuite accounts and using the InPrivate or Incognito modes within browsers has been handy to keep the accounts and passwords separately but I’ve found a better way of managing these accounts, using Google Chrome’s Profile Switcher feature! The Google Chrome Profile Switcher allows you to create different Chrome profiles enabling you to have different bookmarks, different extensions, plug ins, etc.  So if like me you have to…

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Changes are coming in how Outlook connects to Office 365

Changes are coming in how Outlook connects to Office 365

This October the 31st not only marks the well known holiday that is Halloween but it also marks the date when Microsoft removes the support for RPC over HTTP aka Outlook Anywhere from Office 365 (Exchange Online), this will have a profound affect for some users who are not on the latest version of Outlook. What does this mean? So what exactly does this change mean and how will it affect end users? Let’s break it down to into the different…

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Getting Started with Microsoft Flow

Getting Started with Microsoft Flow

Microsoft Flow is a product that is included within your Office 365 subscription, but can also be bought seperately.  It is a workflow service, which means you can use Flow to automate a wide variety of tasks that you find yourself carrying out everyday.  From as simple as sending you a notification when someone mentions you in a Tweet or backing up your files. Flow comes with a vast amount of connectors, over 150 at last count, which allows you…

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