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23 Feb 2017

Top 7 Benefits of Using a Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider (CSP)

Published by: Kasia Janus

Cloud computing is increasingly becoming a major driving force in the world of information technology. More and more businesses are adopting a cloud first procurement strategy and see the many benefits and growth opportunities in the various cloud offerings on the market.

Over 95% of global enterprises report using cloud as part of their business. With over $33 billion in annual spend, cloud is now the largest category in IT infrastructure budgets. It’s expected that the movement towards the cloud will continue.

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09 Feb 2017

Office 365 vs Google Apps - which is a better fit for your business?

Published by: Kasia Janus

Office 365 and Google Apps are the most popular cloud-based productivity tools, and while they offer many similar services, choosing between them can be a challenge.

Microsoft Office has been providing businesses with great software to create documents and presentation spreadsheets for over 20 years. Google joined the scene with its Google Apps offering an alternative to Office, as software has become increasingly web-based. Both products allow you to create documents, presentations and spreadsheets as well as allow collaboration with team members and provide video conferencing and cloud storage but which one is best for you?

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05 Oct 2015

SharePoint: 4 Reasons Implementations Fail

Published by: Luke Kennedy

If you went through this thought process, you might have realised that by now that it has taken you nowhere: your company SharePoint does not quite look like what you had envisaged; usage never really took off or users are deserting one by one; the IT department has lost some credibility and your own reputation is at stake.

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16 Sep 2015

Is your business ready for Life beyond Windows Server 2003?

Published by: Alexendra Stobbs

Recent news stories bring global attention to the risks faced by businesses in protecting their IT infrastructures and their business and customer data. While recent security breaches may not be directly related to a particular operating system, the stories (covered by The Telegraph, Wall Street Journal and CNN) provide evidence to the risks and costs of not investing in the security of your business. What is relevant in these stories to Windows Server 2003 EOS is that an operating system that is no longer updated or supported leaves your business open to great security risks. Data breaches impact productivity, costs related to fraud, and most important customer trust. 

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