Office365 Small Business
September 9, 2013 2 Comments
Installed and started to configure Office365 Small Business Premium yesterday. A little buggy and limited on guidance. Still have a lot to cleanup on configuring; Issues with ID or Email Address, etc. Guess that means there’s a market for someone to write a “how-to” book on install, configuration and operation. Of course this has been one of the major deficiencies in Microsoft’s Business Model. They can tell you how to flip switches on the product, but not how and why for your business. The entire ITSM concept for Microsoft is still primitive which is why I keep getting questions from friends & family on how-to manage their IT environment. Additionally that last several engagements I supported behind the scenes, customers where asking for the Microsoft equivalent of an IBM Redbook. Unfortunately my old group was not chartered to fulfill such a request despite the growing need. This suggests that when I’m finished my first book project, I start on a IT Operations Methodology and Guidebook similar to the Strategy and Market Planning methodology IP I developed for other Global 100 corps.
Today’s agenda is more physical office clean-up, troubleshooting structured wiring system, and Structure in Threes book layout wireframe design and if time permits back to configuring Office365 Small Business (wireframe layout for external site)