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Ways Office 365 migrations fail

Microsoft’s Office 365 is continually gaining popularity with the growing number of businesses implementing this cloud-based version of Office. However, before you follow suit, you should be aware of five potential problems that can cause the entire process to fail. Slow internet connection speeds Because Office 365 is primarily cloud-based, you’re going to need a […]

6 Types of cloud solutions every business should have

It’s almost impossible to run a business today without using some type of cloud technology. But despite its pervasiveness, many business owners are unsure about which solutions will benefit their organization most. In our experience, there are six categories you should focus on first. Email Every business needs email. And while there are plenty of […]

Office 365, Office 365 Pro Plus and Office 2010 End of Life

With 1.2 billion users worldwide it’s safe to assume most people have some level of familiarity with the Office suite of products, which includes business necessary applications such as: Excel, Outlook, Word, PowerPoint and OneNote. For many of us every workday includes using one or all of these programs to perform our job functions.

How CRM boosts business revenue

There are several factors that contribute to a business’s success, such as a good location, quality products and services, and a well-planned marketing strategy. But one important component that every company should have is a reliable customer relationship management (CRM) system. As a business owner, you know that a solid base of loyal customers is […]

Market your business effectively with Twitter

If you understand how Twitter works, it might do wonders for your business. How can you drive traffic and build your brand using Twitter? With all the marketing noise being made on social media, it could be challenging for some businesses to stand out. So what steps can you take to add to your audience’s […]

Fix these enterprise security flaws now

As businesses have become more reliant on digital technology for day-to-day operations, they’ve also become a favorite target of internet threats. If you want to protect your organization from cyberattacks, make sure your security is clear of the following flaws. Open wireless networks With one main internet line and a couple of wireless routers, a […]

Window’s 7 EOL of Life Is Coming Soon, But There’s Still Time to Prepare

January 14, 2020 will be here in less than three short months, and there are probably many out there that haven’t prepared to make the switch off Windows 7 (or Windows Server 2008 which also ends support on the same day). In fact, an estimated 32.8% of all PCs running Windows are still running Windows 7. We know it can seem like a hassle to upgrade and you may be thinking what’s the harm in leaving my computer as is? We’d like to explain why that’s a bad idea and simple steps you can take to make the migration off Windows 7 easier.

BYOD and CYOD: What’s the difference?

Many of us are comfortable using computers and devices we’re familiar with. This is the reason companies are now offering their employees a bring your own device (BYOD) option. However, there’s a new concept that is also starting to catch on: choose your own device (CYOD). Below is a brief overview of BYOD and CYOD. […]

Office 365 Groups: Your apps under one roof

People often have dozens of tabs open in their web browsers to access services that help them with work or catch up on social media. As a result, it’s difficult to keep track of all of them and get the information you need. Office 365 Groups solves this problem with Connectors, a new feature that […]

Cybersecurity Facts in 2019

Cybersecurity Awareness Month Is Almost Over, Here Are 20 Cybersecurity Facts Everyone Should Know

October is Cybersecurity Awareness month, the theme this year is Own IT. Secure IT. Protect IT. Continuing from our article earlier this month we’d like to give our readers 20 facts that underscore just how crucial it is to do everything you can to be safe online.