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Check Office 365 usage reports for user adoption insights

Administrators who move from Exchange Server to Exchange Online — or the full Office 365 suite — must learn new tools to manage these cloud services.

Many Exchange administrators spend a good amount of time managing and maintaining the messaging system, but very few monitor the overall usage of email and its components. They may inadvertently ignore low adoption rates and other issues experienced by users. Microsoft helps administrators generate a multitude of Office 365 usage reports to review and share with their teams to find ways to improve usage. These reports give the IT team access to information to address any questions or concerns around their security and end users’ adoption to their managers or business leaders.

For those who might have opted to move to Exchange Online or the Office 365 suite, one of the benefits of having their email stored in Microsoft’s cloud is the other services included with a subscription. A company that switches its email to Office 365 can also benefit from other cloud services, such as OneDrive, Skype for Business, Teams, SharePoint and Forms. One specific perk related to Exchange Online is administrators get visibility with usage reporting that was almost nonexistent in Exchange Server.

Office 365 usage reports bring clarity

When an organization moves its mail to an online host, many managers and leaders will want to know if their teams have adopted the new services and at what capacity. Usage reporting helps an organization determine the value of the switch to the cloud and provides insights such as:

  • what users need help with if they have a low adoption rate compared to other services;
  • the volume of email and interactions by users to see who are the biggest consumers of those workloads;
  • statistics on compliance to confirm users observe company policies; and
  • statistics on app usability across different platforms.

Interactive Microsoft Office 365 usage analytics in Power BI

One specific perk related to Exchange Online is administrators get visibility with usage reporting that was almost nonexistent in Exchange Server.

This report is available via a content pack in Power BI, which is Microsoft’s data visualization and reporting platform. This feature connects directly to the cloud offering’s back end, extracts the pertinent data and generates Office 365 usage reports in the form of interactive dashboards that are separated by workload, including Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, Yammer and OneDrive.

Administrators do not need to be data experts or have extensive experience with report generation. The content pack simplifies the data collection work by offering several report templates, including a product usage report for a detailed look at the user activity in each service and a communication report, which pinpoints a user’s favorite service to stay in contact with.

Administrators can access the reports from mobile devices or the Power BI portal to share them with business leaders to highlight the overall adoption rate of the different Office 365 workloads.

Email activity reveals user patterns

Another standard report accessible from the Office 365 admin portal is the email activity report.

Exchange email activity report
Administrators can track the trends related to email on Exchange Online.

This page resides under the Reports section and shows the email volume summaries of each Exchange Online licensed user over several periods: seven, 30, 90 or 180 days. These activity reports show the amount of email read, sent and received over a particular period. If a user is receiving a lot of email but is not responding or reading much of it, it can indicate a need for additional training.

This report includes the option to export the results in a comma separated file to import into a spreadsheet for further inspection.

MyAnalytics reporting for individual email behaviors

For users who want an analysis of their work habits related to email and time management, Microsoft offers a feature called MyAnalytics, which reports on their patterns with Exchange Online. MyAnalytics measures time spent checking email throughout the day and how much focus time a user has. MyAnalytics offers suggestions on ways employees can be more efficient and productive with their time on the job to avoid burnout.

MyAnalytics reports are accessible from Office 365 Delve or can be delivered via email weekly.

Security & Compliance Center reports

One area where an Exchange administrator can never rest is security, considering most data breaches occur through a phishing attempt.

Exchange Online admins can see the threats targeting their users through the Security & Compliance Center. The reports identify the different types of attacks and potential data leaks affecting the organization. Some reports include details on the campaigns that target the leaders of the organization, spoof detection, spam detection as well as possible data leakage when sensitive information is sent outside the network. To access the dashboards, go to the Reports > Dashboard section in the Security & Compliance Center.

Administrators with some programming skills and more advanced needs can generate customized reports with the Graph API to pull raw data for more detailed information. For example, administrators can pull out granular statistics from Office 365 about the different ways users are retrieving email from Outlook, such as a Windows browser or the Android app.

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For Sale – GTX1060 6gb £100

PNY GTX1060 6gb bought from novatech about 6 months ago, used it for 2 months before upgrading to a GTX1070 and I’ve been so busy getting g ready to move house I forgot all about it, no box although it is in an anti static bag.

£100 collected from Manchester although if it helps I’m in York next weekend.

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Accelerating innovation with Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform – Dynamics 365 Blog

Every year, we bring together thousands of Microsoft partners from around the world to celebrate, connect, and learn about what’s coming in the next year. Just last week, I had the chance to join this year’s Microsoft Inspire with 13,000 of our partners in Las Vegas, and it was an amazing week full of energy and excitement.

I had the opportunity to share how we’re accelerating innovation with Dynamics 365 and the Power Platform in two featured sessions. Hayden Stafford joined me to talk about the business opportunity in FY20 for Business Applications, and Charles Lamanna and Arun Ulagaratchagan showed off the innovation and partner investments across the Power Platform. In both sessions, partners from Hitachi Solutions, VeriPark, WorkSpan, and EY joined me on stage to talk about the opportunities they’re seeing in the market. Check out the session recordings to see more.

We also shared a few major announcements with the partner community throughout the week that will deepen our partnership, align with how our business is growing, and help customers realize the potential of digital transformation. Take a look at a few highlights below.

Launching the new Microsoft Business Applications ISV Connect Program

ISVs that build on Microsoft Dynamics 365 and PowerApps can offer their customers innovative apps they couldn’t build elsewhere using connections to industry-leading cloud services on Azure and developer tools built just for them.

After previewing elements of the program in the spring, we officially launched the Business Applications ISV Connect Program on July 15th. This program brings together platform and program benefits created specifically for ISVs to support their success. We’re laying a path for a stronger partnership with our ISVs through ongoing platform investments, development tooling enhancements, and go-to-market support for mutual success. Read Steven Guggenheimer’s blog for more information about the program’s requirements and benefits.

Expanding our Dynamics 365 Industry Accelerators

We know our partners want to go to market fast. Our industry accelerators help them do just that.

At Inspire, we introduced two new industry accelerators: the Dynamics 365 Automotive Accelerator and Dynamics 365 Banking Accelerator. We also announced significant updates to the Dynamics 365 Nonprofit Accelerator.

Each of these accelerators was developed in deep partnership with industry experts to provide pre-built dashboards, sample data, and workflows that align with common industry scenarios. Steven Guggenheimer’s blog has more on this update as well.

Updating our Dynamics 365 packaging model

In October, Microsoft will be moving from “one-size-fits-all” Microsoft Dynamics 365 licensing plans to focus on providing customers with the specific Dynamics 365 applications that meet the unique needs of their organization. Customers need software that aligns to their functional roles and scenarios, and they require the ability to add or remove applications as their company grows and changes over time. The new licensing model will allow customers to purchase the applications they need, when they need them. Each application is extensible and applications can be easily mixed and matched to configure integrated solutions that align to a customer’s unique business requirements.

To learn more about these new options for your customers, check out the Inspire sessions “Customer Engagement Licensing Updates” and “Unified Operations Licensing Updates.”

Introducing new licensing options for PowerApps and Microsoft Flow

Over the past few months, we’ve announced a set of continued investments in the Power Platform and vision for one connected platform that enables everyone, regardless of their skill set or background, to innovate.

In addition to the general availability of innovations like AI Builder and PowerApps Portals, we will be introducing new licensing options in October 2019 shaped by the feedback we’ve received from our customers and the community of makers and creators who have been with us on the Power Platform journey. At Inspire we previewed new licensing options for PowerApps and Microsoft Flow that:

  • Make it easier to get started with a single use case before rolling out the full platform for all users.
  • Make licensing easier to understand by simplifying the complex feature-level differences between P1 and P2 plans.

To learn more about these new options for your customers, check out the Inspire session Microsoft Power Platform business model and licensing updates or read the PowerApps community blog post with additional details.

Customers realizing the potential of digital transformation

Throughout the event, we heard inspiring stories from customers and partners around the world.

One highlight came in Monday’s Corenote with Judson Althoff. We saw how Unilever is transforming its business with Microsoft technology, including Power BI and PowerApps. With connected data at the core, Unilever is able to increase productivity with more accessible insights and empower individuals to solve problems on their own, without a developer.

On Wednesday, Satya Nadella talked about Crane Worldwide Logistics, a Dynamics 365 customer who grew from a startup to a major player in the global logistics industry over the past 10 years. With Dynamics 365 for Sales and LinkedIn Sales Navigator, Crane can seamlessly combine customer engagement data with data about customer and seller activities from Office 365, as well as from LinkedIn – even when these interactions take place outside their CRM. And with Dynamics 365 Sales Insights, sellers are able to focus on the right customers, thanks to AI-driven insights that flag existing accounts that need extra attention, as well as leads that offer the most potential.

These are just two of the stories we shared at Microsoft Inspire this year. If you missed any part of this year’s event, take some time to check out the content on-demand to learn how you can build success in the coming year.

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For Sale – GTX1060 6gb £100

PNY GTX1060 6gb bought from novatech about 6 months ago, used it for 2 months before upgrading to a GTX1070 and I’ve been so busy getting g ready to move house I forgot all about it, no box although it is in an anti static bag.

£100 collected from Manchester although if it helps I’m in York next weekend.

Price and currency: £100
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Location: Manchester
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The power of inclusion, extending our learnings from the Supported Employment Program – Microsoft on the Issues

A man from the Supported Employment Program waves from a bus
Fathi Mohamed from the Supported Employment Program waves from the Microsoft Connector bus.

Our mission at Microsoft is to empower every person and every organization on the planet to achieve more. That includes the 1+ billion people with disabilities around the world. We believe that people with disabilities are a strength for our company and a talent pool that adds not just diversity but expertise and empathy that make our products, services and culture better. Under this guiding principle, over the last several years we have launched employment programs focused on bringing in the untapped talent of people with disabilities. One of those programs is our Supported Employment program run by our Real Estate and Facilities team. Since the program started, over 270 supplier positions have been filled by external staff with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) on Microsoft campuses globally, and that number is steadily growing. The learnings have been immense and have helped shape our approach to external staffing. We are sharing these learnings with our supplier base of over 30,000 organizations around the world.

The mission of Microsoft’s Real Estate and Facilities Supported Employment program is simple: partner with suppliers and local employment agencies to make a substantial difference in the lives of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities who have historically been overlooked in the job market. To date, the Supported Employment program has resulted in external staff with disabilities across 30 unique roles within supplier companies, including receptionist, groundskeeper, bus washer, day porter, office administration, project coordinator, common area reset technician, assistant chef and dishwasher.

The list of supplier companies participating in the program is constantly expanding, and includes ABM, CBRE, Compass Group, Corporate Care, Davidson-Macri Sweeping, Exela Technologies, MV Transportation, Northwest Landscape Services, SBM, Suddath and Zee Medical.

The program began in 2013 in Redmond, Washington, at the Microsoft headquarters and has expanded to locations across North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia. In India, 15 individuals with disabilities have been hired by our suppliers in several Microsoft locations for a variety of roles, including mailroom assistant and reception assistant. More about the program in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-skHDKAwI8

People often ask about the impact on business. Employment of people with disabilities is good for values and good for the bottom line. There are many examples of employees with disabilities who are more loyal, reducing the cost of turnover, the cost of recruitment and the cost of onboarding. The numbers show that companies that champion disability inclusion are more profitable, according to The Disability Inclusion Advantage-Getting to Equal, October 2018. But numbers are only part of this story. Equally important is the impact that hiring will have on the life of someone who faces barriers to employment. With an unemployment rate for people with disabilities that is twice that of the national average, the opportunity is real and the time is now.

All of the workers hired by our suppliers through the Supported Employment Program earn a competitive wage and receive benefits from their employers in full-time or part-time roles. This is in line with our mission and our values of inclusion. However, today in parts of the U.S. and around the globe, people with disabilities can be paid less than minimum wage, or “subminimum wage” — sometimes as little as cents on the dollar. We do not pay less than the applicable minimum wage, and we require our suppliers to do the same because we believe in fair wages for all. Last week, additional language was added to our Supplier Code of Conduct to reconfirm the obligation to pay the applicable minimum wage to everyone.

The people who have been a part of the Supported Employment Program are the strongest evidence of the value of inclusion. We encourage you to check out the stories of some of the employees in Puget Sound with these short videos: Tanya Harris, production assistant at Suddath; Austin Landon, common area reset technician at CBRE; Kyle Van Allan, crew member at Northwest Landscape Services; and Leila Miles, receptionist at Exela Technologies. We are happy to report that since these videos were released, Austin Landon has been promoted to project coordinator at CBRE on the Supported Employment Program team in Redmond.

To view more videos, catch up on all that is new, and download our open-source toolkit to start building your own program and take New Manager Training, go to our webpage: https://aka.ms/supportedemployment.

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For Sale – Apple MacBook Pro Mid 2014 2.6GHz Logic Board

Apple Logic Board pulled from a working Mid 2014 MacBook Pro 13”

Tested and shipped with care in anti static bag. Ships free in the USA.

2.6GHz CPU
8GB RAM

Comes with heatsink (not pictured) but not SSD

No returns. All sales final. Message me with questions walkthroughs.

$180 shipped free in the USA!

Apple MacBook Pro Mid 2014 2.6GHz Logic Board

Price and currency: 180
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Through my Etsy store (accepts PayPal, CC, Debit, Gift Cards)
Location: Sacramento, CA
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Employee activism challenges HR’s employee experience strategy

Employees are increasingly demanding a higher standard of conduct from their employers. They are going public to drive change, which could put pressure on HR departments to improve their employee experience strategy. 

Three recent high-profile protests illustrate this change in workplace attitude. Last month, employees at home goods retailer Wayfair protested a furniture order to a migrant detention center. In May, some 7,600 Amazon employees signed a letter pressing for action on climate change. Last fall, about 20,000 Google workers protested the company’s response to sexual harassment. Google employees didn’t stop there: In May, they staged office sit-ins to protest alleged retaliation against some employee protestors. 

The protests illustrate what experts see as a cultural shift in the workplace. The change is partly generational, said Martha Bird, lead anthropologist at HR software and services provider ADP LLC, based in Roseland, N.J. It comes from people who were raised to believe “that they had the capacity as individuals to actually affect change,” she said.

“Work and life are really becoming more blended,” Bird said.

But how the company manages such change may fall to HR leaders. Understanding and measuring employee attitudes is part of HR’s employee experience strategy. The risk for firms can be deeper than just a public protest. Experts see a direct link between employee hiring and retention

Values linked to retention

Forrester Research, in a forthcoming employee experience survey, linked corporate values to retention. It found 87% of employees who agree with their company values are likely to stay with their employer, said Anjali Lai, an analyst at Forrester. That’s compared with 76% for the average employee. The data comes from a global survey of more than 13,000 workers.

Wayfair employees protest sale of beds to migrant detention centers for children.
A participant of the Wayfair walkout holds a sign in Copley Square on June 26, 2019, in Boston. Wayfair sold more than $200,000 in bedroom furniture to a Texas detention facility for migrant children.

Alignment in values pays off in productivity, as well, Lai said. The survey found 85% of today’s employees who agree with company values say they’re very productive at work, compared with the benchmark average of 72%. 

“Consumers are increasingly demanding to do business with companies that stand for certain social, moral, political values that the customers agree with,” Lai said. These consumers demand the same standards of their employers. “Values-driven consumers are also employees,” she said.

Prospective employees are taking a similar tact. They are interested in a firm’s values, as well as the job itself, as they look for the “right fit for themselves,” Bird said.

“They’re really interviewing the potential employer as much as they’re being interviewed or maybe even perhaps more,” Bird said.

HR may be falling short

The employee experience strategy has become an increasing HR focus. But Deloitte, in its recent annual report on human capital trends, said employee experience often “falls short” in understanding what workers want. It argued that employees want “to connect work back to the impact it has on not only the organization, but society as a whole.”

Values-driven consumers are also employees.
Anjali LaiAnalyst, Forrester

HR’s employee experience strategy typically highlights improving processes, such as onboarding. Bad onboarding processes have been linked to retention problems. The strategy may also include more frequent surveys, sometimes as often as once a quarter, to track employee sentiment and engagement.

But the rise of employee activism might prompt employers to dig deeper.

“I think it’s important for employers to see what their employees are posting [on public social media] and not necessarily in a nefarious way,” said Michael Elkins, a labor and employment attorney at MLE Law, based in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. “You should know who you’re working with, know what they like, what they don’t like.”

Elkins, who counsels employers on how to prevent employee claims, said a firm’s culture is important.

“Modern technology has given employees easy access to the behavior of companies,” Elkins said. “Whether one agrees or disagrees” with a particular protest action, “the fact is employees know they’re able to garner attention for causes,” he said. They’ll try to “effectuate change.”

Employees are also consumers

“You almost have to think of your employees like they’re consumers,” said Greg Barnett, senior vice president of science at Predictive Index, a behavioral and cognitive assessment firm in Westwood, Mass. If consumers perceive a misstep by a firm, it may generate a social media backlash. Something similar is happening with employees, and “this is the new normal,” he said.

Barnett said giving employees the voice to raise social issues may be a positive thing to do.

“Can we find a safe and productive way to let employees feel empowered, to voice their opinions on what the business is doing?” Barnett said. Allowing employees to organize “to show passion behind a topic” may help build a stronger workplace culture. 

But Barnett said it’s possible that some of these protests, such as the one at Wayfair, might have been prevented “had there been louder voices” at the “leadership level about some of the business practices and more transparency about where the business was doing business.”

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For Sale – Asus GTX 1060 3GB and Zotac 1060 6gb and Corsair RM1000i Psu

Bought 12th Jan this year from amazon so still under warranty
Asus Gtx 1060 3gb
Excellent condition with original box £120
Also Zotac Gtx 1060 6gb bought from AWD IT on 11th Jan this year original box excellent condition £160
Also Corsair RM1000i Fully Modular Psu bought 15th Jan from Amazon
Original box and all leads excellent condition £110
Collection prefered but will post

Price and currency: 120,160,110
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Payment method: cash on collection or BT
Location: Sandbach
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For Sale – Palit GTX 1080 Ti JetStream Graphics Card

Palit GTX 1080 TI Jetstream hardly used bought 6 of these bulk from Spire Technology 05/01/2018 with 2 years manufactures warranty for a mining project. Mined Etherium only 1 month then shut rig down I was going to move to other algos, but decided to just mine Etherium for that month. Under clocked during use to conserve power. Have 5 for sale although this advert is for 1 of them although I will be selling all of them at some point.

Comes in original Box with everything that came with the item. The item is as almost brand new and the card has had very little use. They are quite cards that when idle just browsing internet etc the fans do not need to spin because of the large heat sink cooling on board.

PALIT GTX1080 Ti JetStream

This a 3 slot card please make sure you have the room to install the item before purchase.

Manufactures Model Number NEB108T015LC-1020J
Specs
Product Description
Palit GTX1080 Ti JetStream, 11GB DDR5X, DVI, HDMI, 3 DP, 0-dB Tech, RGB Lighting, VR Ready
Chipset Manufacturer
Nvidia
Interface
PCI Express 3.0
Graphics Chipset
Nvidia GTX1080 Ti
Memory Type
DDR5X
Memory Size
11GB
Memory Interface
352-bit
Core Clock
GPU Boost Clock: 1582MHz
GPU Base Clock: 1480MHz
Memory Clock
5500MHz (effective 11000MHz)
CUDA Cores / Stream Processors
3584 CUDA Cores
Outputs
1 x DVI-D
1 x HDMI 2.0b
3 x DisplayPort 1.4
HDCP Support
No
Resolution
7680 x 4320
DirectX Support
DirectX 12
Multi-GPU Support
SLI
Maximum Display Support
4
Cooling
Dual Fan
TurboFan Blade
PSU Requirements
600W or greater recommended
Connector Requirements
8-pin x2
Bundled Software
ThunderMaster
Features
See Overview
Accessories
Manual
DVD Driver
Power Cable
Dimensions
285 x 133 x 58mm
Package Type
Retail
Package Weight
1.9020 kg
Warranty
2 Years

£525 Delivery £11 via Royal Mail Special Delivery Payment by Bank Transfer or Paypal Gift

Price and currency: £525
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Location: Truro
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For Sale – ASUS GTX 1060 6GB ROG STRIX GAMING OC

ASUS GTX 1060 6GB ROG STRIX GAMING OC

Purchased a few weeks ago from a friend who hardly used it. I’ve now got the gaming/pc building bug back and want to go for something a little higher.

Mint condition, looks as new, no dust, boxed with all bits and pieces and will be shipped via RMSD.

It’s this card here: ASUS NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB ROG STRIX GAMING OC

Still retailing around £330-340

Price and currency: £180
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Location: Hartlepool
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