Jun 19
Webinar: Cloud vs. On-Premises Architecture
Location: Online

Should you invest in on-premises source systems or move to the cloud? In this 30-minute live webinar, our data experts will take a close look at these two data structures and help you decide which is best for your organization. 

Jun 26
Webinar: How to Use Office 365 to Digitally Transform into a Modern Workplace
Location: Online

Join Libby Fisette, the leader of Skyline Technologies' Modern Workplace team, as she demonstrates how you can use Office 365 to digitally transform your organization into a Modern Workplace.

Dec 20
Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker
Location: Appleton and Waukesha

On December 20th in Appleton and Waukesha, come watch the latest Star Wars movie and hear exciting news from Skyline Technologies!


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Technology for the Modern Workplace at Business Breakfast Bytes

 
Date: May 21 7:30 AM - May 21 9:00 AM
Location: Oak Park Place 2205 Midway Road Menasha, WI 54952
The Fox Cities Chamber May Business Breakfast Bytes will feature Libby Fisette, the leader of Skyline Technologies' modern workplace team, who will share how to go beyond the traditional desktop and online applications within Office 365. Register Now.

Over the past few years, there has been a dramatic increase in the amount of collaboration with colleagues and clients, marking a transition from personal productivity to group productivity. Modern teams are a mix of on-site employees, remote workers and outside vendors and partners. These changes in collaboration and the diversity in scenarios has driven an appetite for new tools and experiences. 

The innovations led by Microsoft’s Cloud-first, mobile-first vision has made Office 365 the ultimate productivity platform for the modern workplace. If your goal is to create an environment where employees can utilize highly reliable platforms for exchanging ideas, having conversations, collaborating, and doing their best work, then Office 365 may be an ideal solution.

Join Libby as she demonstrates several of the additional services, apps, and add-ons, such as Microsoft Teams, PowerApps, Flow, Forms, Power BI, Delve and more. You will discover when to use which tools and how your organization can develop a roadmap towards a modern workplace.

Register Now


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