Integrating Atlassian Confluence Cloud with Microsoft Teams

Photo by rawpixel on Unsplash I’ve been following the rise of Microsoft Teams for some time now as the collaboration tools geek that I can sometimes be. The third-party integrations coming available in Microsoft Teams continue to get interesting — throwing away the old Microsoft rule of a 100% Microsoft stack — by enabling integration with third-party SaaS and other… Continue reading Integrating Atlassian Confluence Cloud with Microsoft Teams

Dropbox Paper and the art of the project plan template

I’ve been a fan of Dropbox Paper and minimalist word processors for a while now. In fact, I use Dropbox Paper for many of my personal writing projects. Recently, the Paper team added a Project Plan as a document option. Dropbox Paper excels at taking a minimalist word processor that’s ideal for non-writers. For example,… Continue reading Dropbox Paper and the art of the project plan template

Thoughts about personal information management

I’ve had to become a master of personal information management after a career spent as a contract technical writer and juggling multiple projects Growing up with Dyslexia always made personal organization a challenge for me. Also, I found out years ago that I am better organized electronically than I am in a traditional paper and… Continue reading Thoughts about personal information management

Rolling your own G Suite administrator

I’ve written about G Suite and other cloud productivity tools or a while now. Furthermore, I’ve had the chance to explore the intersection of Microsoft Office and G Suite for technical writing and user productivity. G Suite can represent some significant cost savings for *some* organizations. It’s not going to happen by taking G Suite… Continue reading Rolling your own G Suite administrator