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12/01
2018
Keeping sensitive information secure using Office 365
Posted by Chris Wheeler on 12/01 at 10:00 AM Office 365, Security,
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With new guidelines and rules being introduced to protect sensitive information when used for business purposes, many are wondering how much time and cost needs to be invested to achieve the most secure, robust and fine-free approach possible. Most security-driven vendors will...

27/12
2017
Is your non-branded email address a threat to your business?
Posted by Laurie Coleman on 27/12 at 10:00 AM IT services, Office 365,
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Does your business still use an email address that ends in @btinternet.com, @hotmail.com, @yahoo.com, @gmail.com or @aol.com, etc.? If so, have you ever thought of the effect it may be having on your business? Have you considered whether these email addresses smack of...

15/12
2017
Microsoft Bookings offers businesses an easy-to-use appointment service
Posted by Chris Wheeler on 15/12 at 10:00 AM Office 365,
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I’ve been amazed with a new feature of Office 365 within the new business apps called Microsoft Bookings. It combines the power of social media, self-service and digital transformation all into a unique and powerful tool for making bookings and appointments. Availability can be...

07/11
2017
How will Skype for your desktop benefit your business?
Posted by Ash Khagram on 07/11 at 10:00 AM Cloud services, Office 365,
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30/06
2017
Talk, type and tell Office 365 everything with Dictate
Posted by Matt Gifford on 30/06 at 10:00 AM Office 365,
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Microsoft Office 365 is constantly being updated to enhance its growing showcase of apps. The most recent app to come out of the Microsoft garage is Dictate. This new app follows in the footsteps of dictation applications that have been on the market for more than decade, but their...

12/05
2017
So long Exchange 2007, Hello Office 365
Posted by Ash Khagram on 12/05 at 10:00 AM Office 365,

Microsoft's 10-year lifecycle on products has now retired Exchange 2007. As the evolution of cloud solutions increases, more companies are migrating to Exchange Online with seamless migration into Office 365 and its additional security/spam functions.Our infographic looks at the key...

28/03
2017
Office 2007 is 10 years old - why you should care
Posted by Matt Gifford on 28/03 at 10:00 AM Office 365,
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As I’m sure many of you remember, the deprecation of support for Windows XP was a headache. A headache some of our customers still tell me they have! Now, although less newsworthy, another deprecation is happening this year, and its one that may catch the unsuspecting IT admin team...

28/02
2017
The rise of spim – and how it could affect your business and your customers
Posted by Ash Khagram on 28/02 at 10:21 AM Office 365, Security, Unified communications,
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The rise of unified communications and instant messaging brings benefits of improved communication, collaboration and customer service. With one simple click, you can open a window, begin a dialogue, group in colleagues, customers and other parties, share screens and work smarter,...

13/01
2017
Keep your business on the rails
Posted by Ash Khagram on 13/01 at 03:38 PM Cloud services, Internet connectivity, Office 365, Telephone systems, Unified communications,
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Twenty years ago, businesses would more or less grind to a halt when the UK was affected by bad weather, industrial action or major incidents.   With transport strikes on the increase and the yearly risk of rain, snow and other elements affecting your staff’s ability to get to the...

03/01
2017
New Year, new you?
Posted by Matt Gifford on 03/01 at 10:00 AM Office 365,
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So, it’s the New Year when most people make a New Year resolution, mine for example – “More fruit, less KFC!”Now, businesses may not have to worry about cholesterol, but they should still consider using the New Year to roll in some changes. When asked, I generally give the following...

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