BrainStorm Minute: Watch our new web series!

—Rachel Garris | 06.27.18
BrainStorm Minute: Watch our new web series!
Rachel Garris, 06.27.18

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 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.

The team answers community questions about the new Windows 10 update, announcements from the Microsoft Build conference, and best practices to drive adoption with your resistant users. 

In this episode, Noah attempts to read through 10 Office 365 community tweets in only 60 seconds. The panel discusses which tweets are most meaningful to O365 users.

The "I'm silently correcting your grammar" mug on Rachel's desk tells you something about who she is and why she's so passionate about her craft. Apart from being a wordsmith, Rachel is also a ballerina, mountain biker, disc jockey, and world traveler.
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