Are your employees managing their own IT? Though Office 365 is a useful, versatile tool with a lot to offer, it can also be confusing to use when employees aren't properly trained, or when they need to manage more niche, unique systems. Without proper governance protocols in mind, intranet systems can quickly sprawl out of control as users all manage their own work in the way that seems best to them, creating a branching network of files and folders that is impossible to manage or curate – and not only is that inefficient, it can eventually become a security risk.
83% of organizations now use Microsoft Office, and Office 365 is seeing increased adoption with every passing month. But that doesn't come without risks. When Office 365 isn't properly secured, data can be compromised. Large volumes of confidential and personally identifiable information are now stored in Office 365, which isn't always equipped to secure it; you can reduce your risk and improve your security through Office 365 best practices.
Are you having nightmares about your upcoming Office 365 migration? Depending on your system, a migration can be extraordinarily complex. Even if you have detailed plans in place, you may be afraid that the worst could happen. But while you may be a little vulnerable during this time, Office 365 has a pretty robust feature set. Here are some tips for migrating without losing sleep.
Recruiting processes are changing. Not only is the scope of modern recruitment expanding, but hiring managers are being forced the process larger volumes of information than ever before. Microsoft Teams Office 365 comes with a number of features that can be used to streamline and improve the recruiting process, ultimately reducing the amount of time recruitment takes while providing for more consistent communication.
An Office 365 partner shouldn't be considered just a software reseller. As partners, they should work to help companies get the most out of their Office 365 platform. The right Office 365 partner provides a number of advantages for an organization, ranging from helping with migration to improving upon security. Here are just a few of the most important benefits of finding the right partner.
If you're considering Microsoft Skype for Business, you may want to reconsider. Though for years Skype has been the go-to platform for chat, voice callings, and meetings within the Microsoft ecosystem, the ecosystem has changed. With new MS Teams integration, Microsoft Skype for Business has become obsolete for all but the most specialized use cases.
Have you heard about Intune conditional access? Intune is a cloud-offering from Microsoft that allows for secure mobile management. Intune is Microsoft’s solution for IT managers who feel a desperate need to secure mobile devices and apps and their access to email and other corporate data.
IT professionals understand the value of planning before the go-live happens. How many disasters have occurred because a lack of planning has stymied a project? In the transition from on-premise applications, to the cloud, what are the key planning metrics that any IT manager must address before making either an Office 365 cutover migration or an Office 365 hybrid migration?
Office 365 is still the most widely used productivity software. Find out why Word, Excel, and PowerPoint are still the best G Suite alternatives.
The Google G Suite is here, and it’s trying to compete directly with Microsoft by offering an alternative to software products like Word, Excel, or PowerPoint that most companies have already built into the fabric of their workflows.
We already know how important web conferencing is to today’s mobile workforce. Two of the best and most popular web conferencing services on the market today are Cisco’s WebEx and Microsoft’s Skype for Business products. Both are cloud-based software products that bring the power of remote conferencing to businesses of all sizes and types. Millions of people all over the globe use both products to stay connected.