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Microsoft Office 365: Connect and Collaborate Virtually Anywhere, Anytime [Anglais] [Broché]

Katherine Murray


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3.0 étoiles sur 5 Basics 2 août 2011
Par René Modery - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
A few days ago, I saw that "Microsoft® Office 365: Connect and Collaborate Virtually Anywhere, Anytime" by Katherine Murray was available on the amazon.com Kindle store. Interestingly, the printed version of the book is currently listed to be published on September 6, 2011.

As the price of $9.99 is quite cheap, I bought it immediately, and read it during 2 lunch breaks, some tram rides, and some spare time at home. And when I say 'read', I actually mean 'browsed through it to see if there's anything that I don't know yet'. I didn't read much, I was actually mostly clicking the "forward button" on my Kindle, so the time it took to read this 300+ pages book was much shorter than expected.

The book is divided into 3 parts with several chapters each:

1."Finding Your Place in the Cloud" gives a brief overview of Office 365 and shows you how to set up your own account
2."Teamwork in the Cloud" is all about using SharePoint Online
3."Connecting in Real Time " covers Exchange (email), Lync (Instant Messaging, Audio/Video calls), and the public website
Each chapter in the 3 parts provides information on how to do certain things in Office 365, usually providing some screenshots as well. However, it doesn't go deeper than the online documentation, and the content is rather shallow. For someone who wants to get started with Office 365 and is looking for information on how to do things, this book may be a good place to begin with, as it provides information in a structure way. But as soon as someone wants to find out a bit more about certain functionalities, the online community or the documentation are much better choices. It is also worth mentioning that the book does only barely cover the "what" and "why": what does Office 365 offer for organisations and why should they use it. While some examples are given, I think it would have been worth talking a bit more about these aspects, and provide more examples at the beginning of the book.

I am not sure if the version I have is the final version, as the book comes to a rather sudden end, and some of the sections at the end seem to be quite short and lack the rather verbose writing of the other chapters. I also noticed a few things in the book that were incorrect, such as outdated information (the 4 Enterprise plans E1-E4 weren't mentioned in detail, rather only 2 "plans" that seem to be E1 and E4) or missing elements (there was one image missing on a page). Furthermore, the link given at the beginning of the book that should point to the errata website is not working at the moment. If this is indeed the case that there is currently a "non-final version" available on the Kindle store, I hope that the final edition of this book will cover at least some of the shortcomings.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A Great Place to Start with Office365 31 juillet 2012
Par JoniVee - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Katherine Murray has written a great step-by-step guide to Office365 for beginners. Assuming that you are not an aficionado of Outlook, SharePoint and Lync, this book holds your hand and gives it a little parting squeeze when finished. It is written in a simple, conversational style and includes tips and notes for those who learn by doing. I read the book cover to cover and, although I consider myself on an intermediate level with Office365, I learned quite a few new things. There are three parts to the book: I. Finding Your Place in the Cloud (working in the cloud and how to administer Office365 accounts); II. Teamwork in the Cloud (focusing on teamwork within Office365 - can you say SharePoint?); and III. Connecting in Real Time (emailing and meeting with Outlook and Lync). Don't be intimidated by the length of this book at 300 pages. There are a lot of screenshots and bullet points so typical of Microsoft Press. What I like the most is the step-by-step treatment of setting up and using Office365 successfully. Ms Murray's methods of setting up a teamsite, moving folders from SharePoint to Outlook and instant messaging, among hundreds of other practices, are tried and true. This book can also be used as a reference book. The table of contents is accurate and the index is in-depth. It's very easy to find your way around this book. My only negative comment is that, every now and then, Ms. Murray drops in a cliched line or uses exclamation points a bit too much - which makes the writing seem a bit cutesy in places. Over all, however, the book is informative, friendly and well-researched.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Not an exhaustive work 29 septembre 2013
Par RopeMan - Publié sur Amazon.com
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But I was just looking for a straight forward discussion of the topic of 365 in preparation for our conversion next year. As someone who knows the Office products at the Expert level, this was exactly what I was looking for.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 clear concise guide 19 mars 2013
Par M. M. Fitzgerald - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle|Achat vérifié
This was a free download, but it was better than the two other books I bought that cost money. It had more information. It was given in an easy to understand, well organized fashion that really helped me learn more about this topic.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Would have been nice to be able to download damn thing. 21 février 2014
Par B. E. FringsFrontierre - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format:Format Kindle
If I had been able to download the damn thing I would review it. Lame. I wanted to learn with this freebie to help decide whether or not to shell out for the full package. Never mind! Not a slave to Microsoft and there are other multiplatform options.
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