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5 Steps to a Successful Software Proof of Concept

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Not all resource booking and meeting management software will meet the needs of your company. That’s why it’s important to do a proof of concept (POC) in order to determine how software will function in your organization.  A proof of concept, also known as a proof of principle, is a partial solution that involves a small number of users. The objective of a POC is to determine whether software satisfies certain requirements and to test the vendor’s claims. It entails setting up the software in-house to run on your machines and in your environment to ensure that it functions as expected. It’s no different from taking a car for a test drive before you buy it. Here are 5 steps to performing a successful proof of concept.

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  • Not all resource booking and meeting management software will meet the needs of your company. That’s why it’s important to do a proof of concept (POC) - learn 5 steps to perform a successful POC.
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How Microsoft Teams Works with Resource Central and Digital Sign Service

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Looking for a true hub for digital collaboration? Microsoft Teams is a game-changing collaboration platform in Office 365 combines workplace chats, meetings, notes, and attachments. It even includes extensions that integrate with non-Microsoft products, so you can customize your workspace in accordance with the way you work. Microsoft Teams enables you to build a more engaged and effective team. You can get everybody on the same page with online meetings, group chats, and calls, and easily share and collaborate on files with built-in Office 365 apps like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and SharePoint. Both Resource Central and Digital Sign Service integrate with Microsoft Teams.   Book Microsoft Teams Meetings in Outlook® If you want to book Microsoft Teams meetings from your Outlook® calendar, click the

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  • Learn how our meeting room booking software, Resource Central, integrates with Microsoft Teams.
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Types of Meeting Personalities and How to Interact with Them

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In business meetings, you’re bound to come across a multitude of personality types. Before having a meeting, it’s important to consider who will be present and the strengths and weaknesses of each attendee’s personality. Treating all meeting participants in the exact same way can be counterproductive because each person is motivated by different things. It’s important not to make assumptions about team members and how they will respond to activities and presentations. The following are some of the “unique” personalities you’re likely to encounter and how to embrace each of them.   The Leader  The leader is the person who sets the tone and agenda of a meeting and makes sure that everyone contributes to the meeting. The leader is a

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  • In meetings, you come across a multitude of personality types that may influence the outcome of a meeting.
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Microsoft Teams: What We Learned at Ignite

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Add-On Products joined tech professionals from around the world at Microsoft Ignite September 2018 in Orlando. Attending this conference allowed us to talk in person with customers about our resource booking solutions, as well as learn about what’s next with Microsoft’s technology. Microsoft Teams was definitely a major focus at Ignite 2018. According to the sessions we attended at Ignite, it was the fastest growing Microsoft product that year. Lauded as the ultimate collaboration tool, Teams is a hub for teamwork within Office 365. Teams will eventually replace Skype for Business Online. As a Microsoft Gold Partner, Add-On Products is constantly enhancing our product integrations in this collaboration-first environment. Resource Central and Digital Sign Service software supports Microsoft Teams as they support Skype for Business.  

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  • Add-On Products joined sessions about what's next with Microsoft's technology at Ignite back in September in Orlando. Microsoft Teams was a big focus point - here's what we learned.
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Team Calendar Outlook®: The Benefits of Using a Group Calendar

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When Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer banned telecommuting at the company, the Internet was up in arms. Yet, despite this high-profile decision to limit remote working arrangements, the practice of telecommuting continues to gain ground. According to an Ipsos/Reuters poll, one in five workers around the globe telecommute frequently and nearly 10% work from home every day. Advances in technology have made it possible for employees to work efficiently without always being at their desks. In fact, studies have shown that properly managed telecommuters are more productive than full-time, in-office workers. A key tool that enables companies to effectively manage remote workers and coordinate team projects is a web-based team calendar for Outlook®. A team calendar software for Outlook® keeps remote workers and employees who are frequently

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  • Not only does a team calendar for Outlook® improve internal communication, it also enhances the visitor management process
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