About Us

jumpto365 exists to help everyday people better navigate and understand their modern workplace. Home to the popular Periodic Table of Office 365, jumpto365 is the brainchild of Microsoft enterprise stack gurus Niels Gregers Johansen and Matt Wade.

The home of the Periodic Table of Office 365

The Periodic Table of Office 365 and our associated infographics and blog posts are meant to help everyday people understand a very useful but sometimes confusing modern workplace platform. The Periodic Table came about in 2017 as a solution to explaining Office 365 to everyday users. Since then it's become a robust web app along with other learning materials and resources. Learn about its history and design.
Looking to use the Periodic Table in your training, conference session, intranet, or marketing? Please read the re-use requirements.


Niels Gregers Johansen

Niels is a self-taught IT engineer who was introduced to Microsoft tools when DOS 1.1 was born in the 1980s. His focus is bridging the technical gap between as-is and to-be platforms, with as much time spent on coding as possible. Niels is the brains behind the web version of the Periodic Table of Office 365.

Matt Wade

Matt is an engineer-turned-IT nerd and Microsoft MVP. His career began in the nuclear power design field and ended up in SharePoint adoption, pretty much by mistake. He’s best known for his SharePoint and Microsoft 365 infographics—especially the Periodic Table of Office 365—and advocating Microsoft Teams as the modern workplace.

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Andy Huneycutt

William (Andy) Huneycutt is a SharePoint, Office 365, Microsoft Teams, and Power Platform expert and trainer. He primarily works with information workers to improve their skills in the modern workplace. He's a leader of the Charlotte Area SharePoint User Group ( and organizes Charlotte SharePoint and Office 365 Saturday. He also serves as a board member for the SharePoint Institute.