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Recently I was working on a project and I needed to deliver a presentation to a client. But for this particular presentation, the standard old PowerPoint wasn't going to cut it. We needed a more interactive experience, mobile friendly, a way to incorporate video and images along with my topical content. After reviewing the available options, I decided to investigate Microsoft Sway. Recently out of preview, Sway is now a free part of the Office 356 service portfolio (or can be used separately outside of 365). I was able to map my ideas in the tool canvas quickly and efficiently and within a short time I knew I had found the right tool.
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In my recent blog post “Microsoft Can Do Cool”, I mentioned a new app Microsoft has in beta / preview called Microsoft Sway. Read on for more about Sway and to be inspired!
Love them or hate em, like them or not, it can’t be ignored that Microsoft has been making some big splashes lately. We've started to reflect on how the software giant has been putting out some pretty cool stuff that truly improves someone’s daily life or job. Let us share some Microsoft tech that impresses us. Read this blog to get the list.
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