Place : United States, Aurora
Contact Person:Training Doyens
Description:If you are using Microsoft Outlook to manage projects, learn how to integrate it with OneNote to make it more feature rich and reliable. Learn how to save, organize, archive, and share information for projects.
Deadline for abstracts/proposals : 9th June 2020
Organized By :Training Doyens
Keynote Speakers : Years of Experience: 20+ years Areas of Expertise: Microsoft Products Neil Malek is principal at Knack Training, a software training company specializing in Microsoft products. For nearly two decades, Neil has been working with non-profits, governments, and Fortune 500 companies to identify and address skills gaps. Neil is a Microsoft Certified Trainer, Adobe Certified Instructor, and CompTIA Certified Technical Trainer from Orlando, FL. His career, spanning from the Center from Instru
Conference Highlights :OVERVIEW One of the biggest problems of using Outlook for project management is that Outlook is a communication tool more than anything else – not a storage, organization, and collaboration tool. It has been warped to store information long-term, to shuffle emails around from folder to folder to archive, and to push files back-and-forth between project stakeholders – but it is not good at any of it. Microsoft OneNote integrates beautifully with Outlook, serving to handle its shortcomings a
Venue :26468 E Walker Dr, Aurora, Colorado 80016, USA
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