Businesses who leverage cloud infrastructure can jump on new ideas quicker, test new markets and business models, remain flexible in the way they service and communicate with their existing customers, and focus more on what matters most. We review four examples…
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This blog takes a looks at our nine key steps and considerations for migrating successfully to Microsoft SQL Server 2014 from a legacy platform.
It’s a bold attempt to help us to be more productive at work (and at play). It’s on a unified platform of applications. It’s cloud based. It’s neatly wrapped up with a monthly price tag, and an a la carte menu of options. But just reeling off the obvious benefits to Office 365 doesn’t do justice to Microsoft’s fastest ever growing product or give any insight into the deeper undercurrents in the tech sector that are leading to our organisational, and productive, Salvation.
So the word’s on every Australian IT Manager’s lips, and to be honest every Australian IT Provider, after the WPC 2015 wrapped up will be “so what’s the deal with the new E5 Office 365?!?”
Nowadays, engagement with your customers can happen anywhere, anytime and from any device. Find social insights about your brand, products, and services to gain a true understanding of sentiment about your business.
Fifteen years ago, Microsoft launched MSN Messenger. Check out how this software has evolved to become today’s Microsoft Lync in this informative infographic.
The recently release 2014 issue of the Application Usage and Threat Report from Palo Alto provides helpful insight into how business leaders and security practitioners need to reassess and strengthen their security posture.
According to Gartner, Unified Communications (UC) products including equipment, software and services are “those that facilitate the interactive use of multiple enterprise communications methods”. Get the full picture in this blog!