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Do you have a lot of important files that you need to be able to access from anywhere? Then backing up your data is very important. And if you're not sure if you should pay for a cloud backup when you can use Google Drive & OneDrive for free, this video can help!
I want to show you how easy it is to set up Microsoft 365 for your business. It's a great way to stay connected with what matters most and make sure that everything runs smoothly. Within just minutes from now, we'll have you set up and running on the world's best productivity tools like Word, Excel, PowerPoint - plus OneDrive for Business so all your files are in one place. Why don't we get started?
What are cloud based solutions and how they can help you run your business more efficiently. Cloud based solutions are a big trend in the business world right now and it doesn't seem like that's going to change any time soon!
In this video we will introduce you to the basics of cloud computing and how it can help you be more productive. We'll look at what is cloud computing, why you should use it, and how to get started.
The cloud is one of the biggest advancements in recent years, but it can be difficult to get your head round how cloud solutions and cloud services can benefit your business.
The business landscape is changing. With advances in technology, more and more businesses are allowing their staff to work remotely. There are many benefits to this however, there are also challenges that come with remote working.
Communication and collaboration are two of the most important aspects of any business. If you can't communicate effectively with your colleagues, clients, and partners, then your business will suffer.
You should choose a system that will be compatible with your current devices and infrastructure. While most VoIP providers offer compatibility with major operating systems and devices, it’s always best to check beforehand.
The onset of the COVID-19 pandemic rendered many business practices obsolete, such as; face-to-face brainstorming sessions, team building activities, even the entire concept of the office.
Quite simply, VOIP is a way of carrying voice conversations over the internet. In other words, it has exactly the same purpose as your fixed line telephone. However, unlike your telephone, it doesn't rely on a vast array of telecommunications infrastructure to accomplish its goal (the task of allowing you to speak to another human being, instantaneously, from another part of the planet).
No man is an island, and no organisation is, either. We all collaborate with people outside our company from time to time, whether that be with freelancers, consultants, vendors or something like an IT support company.
Backup and disaster recovery planning is, unfortunately, one of those things that too many companies pay lip service to. It is time-consuming, it needs to be regularly reviewed and updated, it should be tested periodically and it doesn’t appear to add anything to the profitability of the business. This is all true until something goes wrong. At that point having a disaster recovery plan can make the difference between rolling up your shirt sleeves and sorting things out as quickly and efficiently as possible or realising that you may never be able to recover at all. If you have worked in the business world for any length of time it is likely that you can think of at least one example of a company that found itself in difficulties that were compounded by the lack of a recovery plan. It isn’t uncommon to see companies focused on the day-to-day challenges and not paying too much attention to “what ifs”.
Traditionally, people would download, install and run applications on their physical machines or a physical server based somewhere in the building. With cloud computing, users can access the same type of applications through the internet, without the need to have them installed on their own PCs. In recent years, the cloud has won over a lot of popularity with businesses, and in fact today, over 84% of UK organisations have already moved to the cloud. So what is it that makes this technology so popular and appealing, that almost every business uses it? Cloud computing comes with many technical advantages, but in today’s post we want to highlight 3 productivity advantages of using cloud technologies and how this has a positive impact on pretty much everyone in your organisation.
What is VOIP (Voice Over Internet Protocol)? And how can modern SMEs successfully deploy the latest intuitive and easy-to-use communications solutions to boost their competitive advantage?
Cloud-based storage and applications are touted as the way of the future, promising organisations greater flexibility and productivity as well as fewer IT-based headaches. But understandably, many business leaders still have their questions about the security of these systems: how safe is their company data when it’s being stored on a separate company’s servers? How effective are these products at filtering out cybersecurity threats? What if our internet cuts out one day? To help answer these questions and more, we’ve put together a guide to the strengths and weaknesses of Office 365, which is one of the most popular of these cloud-based suites available today. Read on to discover where Office 365 excels (pun intended) and where you might want to add an extra layer of protection for your productivity and company data with third-party products like TitanFiltering.
As you might have noticed on our blog in recent months, we’ve moved to a model where every month we focus on a different aspect of business. October was all about getting more business through marketing and November focussed on IT security and the role this plays in the everyday running of your small business.