Microsoft 365 for Accessibility
Are you concerned that your business is not meeting the right standards for accessibility? Could you be missing out on great talent, due to a lack of accessible technology?
If you would like to know more about how Microsoft 365 can assist you, or a colleague, or simply how it can make your workplace more inclusive and accessible, we are here to discuss the options with you.
Microsoft 365 incorporates specialist features:
- Screen reader
- Live and autogenerated captions
- Learning Tools
- Dictate features in Word and PowerPoint
- Keyboard shortcuts
- Access every available command using ‘Tell Me’
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Microsoft are an industry leader in assistive technologies for workplace ability. Microsoft 365 is their flagship line of applications and services – they provide staff with all the products they need to perform at work. Microsoft understand that a user’s personal ability should never be a barrier to work. We can all perform to our fullest potential when we are equipped with the right technology.
Here at TechQuarters, not only are we experts in Microsoft 365, but we are also experts in the needs of our customers – every day we commit to learning more about the specific requirements of users of all abilities, so that we can provide them with the technology they need to achieve the very best of their abilities. We can all achieve this with Microsoft 365 – it contains all the apps and services needed to bring work flexibility, productivity, and excellent collaboration and communication.
Why are TechQuarters the right choice for Microsoft 365 Accessibility solutions?
Since 2018, TechQuarters have been committed to incorporating accessibility into every aspect of our business. Our training platform, the 365 Cloud Academy, offers a range of accessibility specific videos and playlists to educate users on how they can make their business more accessible with Microsoft 365 products and services. The 365 Cloud Academy also incorporates our own accessible editing style into all our videos – this includes audio descriptions for the visually impaired, and subtitles – using an accessible font and colour – for the hard of hearing.