As we begin a new year we know it’s going to be another challenging one. So what greater way to start than with a clear strategy for the months ahead?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been in the news a lot over the last few years. A ground-breaking EU privacy framework, it has empowered individuals across the European Union to use technology freely and safely with much reduced risk.
2020 isn’t over yet, but one thing’s for sure: it has definitely been the year of Microsoft Teams. Even before the COVID-19 outbreak the platform was enjoying healthy growth, but its popularity soared when millions of people were forced to work from home back in the spring.
For many businesses coming through the COVID era, it’ll be a wakeup call for them to start making their digital transformation, if they have not already started doing so. But what is digital transformation?
As the world reopens, it is apparent that many businesses are not only reluctant to revert fully to pre-COVID operations but also staff polls have shown a preference for flexible working. It looks like working remotely is here to stay.
It will come as no surprise that global spend on cloud technology is going to be much higher this year compared to previous years. Businesses globally have had to adapt to a world where remote working is more of a necessity than a flexible alternative, and things aren’t likely to change soon.
Gone are the days of being chained to a particular desk or office space; the world has been accelerated into an era of flexible and remote working thanks to COVID-19.
The days of an intranet based on SharePoint being an unwieldy beast sitting on an on-premise server are rapidly becoming a thing of past. Gone are the days of the old admin heavy sites with a rigid, basic looking interface.
The COVID-19 lockdown has forced a shift in habit for millions of businesses, accelerating them into a flexible working era that, prior to the pandemic, seemed quite a way off. In this new era of working from home, businesses of all types have been forced to embrace remote working practices and solutions; enter online meetings.
Microsoft Teams is a business collaboration platform for the 21st century. A place to meet and discuss ideas with colleagues, customers & partners using:
You might recall last month we posted 10 security tips. Hopefully these are all in hand and you have shared them with your colleagues and implemented the best practice advice. Following up; here is the next 10!
We’ve been discussing with our engineering team how to ensure that you are getting the most out of your productivity suites. We decided the best place to start would be to let you in on some of our own secrets. Here are a couple of features that we use to save time which are now included in Office 365.
With much heightened activity around Brexit and the likely hood of a ‘No-Deal’ scenario on 29 March we are continuing to make best preparations for such an eventuality.
Small business owners receive multiple calls from companies pitching the latest trends in technology to save money and make their company more productive. Some of these calls may even employ scare tactics through intimidation that if you don’t go with their services, your business will be bankrupt within a few years.
What does it mean to “move to the cloud”? In this eBook, we break down myths about cloud computing and detail what you really need to know when considering Microsoft Office 365. Download your free eBook and learn: