Friday, April 22, 2016

800-961-1963-Outlook 2016 FAQs to Turn Outlook Into Small-Business Productivity Hub

1.    Madeira Turns Outlook into a Small-Business Productivity Hub

World’s leading technology giant Microsoft has finally released some details with reference to its "Project Madeira" which is an enterprise resource planning (ERP) client. It was speculated that it would be the next version of Dynamics NAV. Dynamics NAV is one of Microsoft’s four different ERP products for small to medium sized businesses. People assumed Madeira might be the next version Dynamics. Now, the Madeira app is available for preview on Windows, iOS, and Android and it has been promoted by the company as a multi-tenant business management services (SaaS) in the public cloud.

In technical terms, the technology company defines the project as a public cloud service (or software as a service) for iOS, Windows, and Android devices. The project has been specially designed in order to help the business enterprisers that can't afford enterprise-class applications. The new project Madeira can be seen as an offer with scaled-down versions within Outlook. People looking for more relevant information on the project and its versions for Outlook can call Outlook help for answers on Outlook problems with no hassles. Read more at

2.   Outlook 2016 Troubleshooting and FAQs

Outlook 2016 is an advanced emailing program that offers a lot of basic email features. Due to its robust productivity features, Outlook is commonly used in many workplaces.  Outlook 2016 users can avail numerous features, like calendar, e-mail, contact app, calendar, and to-do. In order to avail Outlook 2016 features, you need to upgrade your system to the latest version of Outlook. There are many new features built-in the Microsoft Outlook 2016 release that you will get after installing like calendar, managing meetings, and reminders. Read more at

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