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What's New in Office 365 - Microsoft Teams

Posted by Ben Fraley on May 8, 2017 at 1:00 PM

The first half of this year, Microsoft has been rolling out a new application for its Office 365 platform, Microsoft Teams.

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The Top 4 Things to Consider When Shopping for a Backup Solution

Posted by Ben Fraley on December 6, 2016 at 2:14 PM

Backup and Disaster Recovery is taking a more and more critical role in today's businesses as the amount of critical data that businesses generate increases. Ransomware holding your data hostage is also becoming more prevalent and it is more important than ever that organizations have a way of restoring their data in case of a disaster.

But where to start? There are thousands of data backup products available these days, and there are plenty of great products to choose from. This article will provide some initial questions an organization should ask itself when evaluating backup and disaster recovery solutions.

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Ransomware - Tips to protect yourself

Posted by Steve Eckhardt on March 28, 2016 at 8:43 AM

Ransomware has been gaining popularity since around 2013, when CryptoLocker first appeared. Ransomware is a special type of malware that restricts access to files on an infected computer system and demands that the user pay a ransom to unlock these restricted files.

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What the Delve?

Posted by Kirt McReynolds on February 24, 2016 at 11:48 AM

When Microsoft launched Office 365 they had a vision of helping people get more done, have greater flexibility in how they work and collaborate more effectively.

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New Microsoft Office 365 E5 Plan Offers Voice

Posted by Steve Eckhardt on December 28, 2015 at 12:42 PM

 

On December 1st Microsoft unveiled the new E5 Plan for Office 365. This new plan from Microsoft will come in at $35 per user per month. You may wonder what's included in this newest offering from Microsoft. The features making the biggest splash are the new voice features like Cloud PBX and PSTN Conferencing.

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Sharing Information through OneDrive and Dropbox

Posted by Kirt McReynolds on October 29, 2015 at 3:29 PM

OneDrive and Dropbox are file hosting services, commonly referred to as cloud storage solutions, which allow users to save all of their documents and photos. These services have become great productivity tools, mostly due to their ever increasing accessibility options. Users of the services can access information with their phones, watches, tablets and computers. Each service offers options for consumers and businesses. As these services have grown in popularity so has the need to share information. Fortunately, each service is continually working to make this easier for users.

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