The Microsoft Pitchbook Ally 50m series is an amazing series of podcasts that you won’t want to miss unless you’ve yet to purchase Microsoft Office 365. These are full of helpful tips on how to get the most out of the tool, tips on getting the most out of Office 365 itself, and so much more.
The series is made up of episodes that each run about an hour and a half. Each episode covers some relevant topic that you might have in common with the person who is telling the story. The first episode in the series is about how to use the Office 365 toolbox to get the most out of your Office 365 subscription.
It’s not just the tips that make up the series but the people that provide these tips. Microsoft is full of smart, passionate, and energetic people. Their story is a great example of what someone who has overcome much adversity can accomplish.
The goal is to give you the ability to build a better Microsoft Office 365 plan by giving you the knowledge to use that toolbox to get things done, or even just to have a good time.
Microsoft’s story is an illustration of just how much good ideas can come from people in the workplace. This particular series focuses on using Office 365 as a set of tools to do things, or at least to have fun, and the people that provide these tips are a good example of this.
It takes a lot of guts to use Microsoft Office 365 as a set of tools, and even more guts to use it to the extent that it deserves. That said, it doesn’t take a genius to see that something about Office 365 can make your life easier. A lot of it, especially how you use Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote can be an exercise in creativity that makes your life easier.
What’s most interesting is that Microsoft has come to the conclusion that a good number of people arent that interested in making money. So rather than making lots of money to buy those Office 365 tools, they are making it so that if you have those Office 365 tools, your life is easier.
If you had told me 10 years ago that Microsoft would one day make the life of many a non-tech-savvy person easier, that I would be writing about that, and that I would be writing about Office 365, I would have laughed.
I have no idea what Microsoft does with the non-tech-savvy people who they have made more comfortable. But I can tell that it doesn’t make them happier.
Microsoft has made the life of many a non-tech-savvy person easier. And in some cases, more comfortable. In fact, Microsoft makes so much money with the Office 365 tools that they have made it easier for a lot of people to stay in their jobs.