BrainStorm Minute: a new web series

—Sean Dunshee | 05.07.18
BrainStorm Minute: a new web series
Sean Dunshee, 05.07.18

The days of updating software once every few years are far behind us. Cloud-based productivity tools allow Microsoft to release features and updates constantly. But how do you keep up?

BrainStorm Minute is a new web series dedicated to giving you the highlight reel of all things Microsoft. In each video, a panel of BrainStorm productivity experts will be put to the test, covering all of the need-to-know info before time runs out.

Todd attempts to cover as many new Microsoft updates as he can in 60 seconds. The panel weighs in on which features will have the greatest impact.

Members of the panel are randomly selected to answer community questions before time runs out. Tyler writes a cringe-worthy haiku about his love for OneNote.

Don't let his baby face fool you, "13-year-old Sean" is just an office nickname for this young digital marketer— not his actual age. If Sean isn't listening to a podcast, he's probably telling someone about the podcast he just listened to. He also enjoys traveling with his wife and documenting their adventures on his GoPro.
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