When you hear the term “productivity suite” chances are two products spring immediately to mind: Google’s G Suite, and Microsoft’s Office 365. Both products offer similar functionality and both are popular amongst business users – but which suite has the most to offer your business? Perhaps you’re starting a new business; maybe you’re an established organization who’s… Read More
Automatically Track Your Expenses With Excel Online and One DriveMany businesses have a streamlined process for managing invoices and bills, but recording irregular expenses such as train tickets and store receipts can be a whole different matter. For busy employees, recording their spending as it’s happening can feel impossible. When it’s the end of the month… Read More
Automatically Send a Working From Home Email with Microsoft Flow Do you give your employees the option to work from home (WFH)? Remote working can offer many benefits, including increased employee satisfaction and productivity, but if you don’t have WFH policies in place, then it’s easy to lose track of where your employees are. In this blog, we’ll… Read More
Create a Vacation Approval Workflow with SharePoint Online, Forms and Microsoft Flow. Do your staff waste hours performing the same repetitive tasks, over and over? You could save your business time, effort and money, by using Microsoft Flow to automate all of your most commonly-performed processes. In this article, I’ll show how to take the pain… Read More
Does your business rely on Windows Server 2008, 2008 R2, 2012 or 2016, or SQL Server 2008, 2008 R2, 2012 or 2014? If you’re using any of these products, then they’re rapidly approaching end-of-life (EOL).
If you continue to use any of these versions of Windows Server or SQL Server after the EOL deadline, then you’ll no longer receive security updates, even for critical security threats. To avoid exposing your business to data breaches, malware and even potential legal ramifications, it’s vital that you take action before the end-of-life deadline.
So, what steps should you take, if you’re currently using any of these Microsoft products? Read More
Prepare for Windows Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008 end of support.With end of support for Windows Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008 fast approaching, now is the time to start thinking about modernizing your infrastructure.Extended Support for SQL Server 2008/2008 R2 ends July 9, 2019Extended Support for Windows Server 2008/2008 R2 January 14, 2020After… Read More
Windows Server and SQL Server End of Life. What should I expect?Software doesn’t last forever! It doesn’t make financial sense for a technology company to continue patching older versions of a particular piece of software, when newer versions are already available – and Microsoft’s products are no exception. All Microsoft software has a lifecycle, which starts when… Read More
The Top 6 Cloud Threats Facing Your BusinessCloud computing can completely transform the way organizations store and access data. However, with more and more businesses making the leap to cloud computing, the cloud is increasingly becoming an attractive target for hackers. Regardless of whether you’re considering migrating to the cloud, or you’re already storing your… Read More
9 Reasons Why Your Business Needs to Move to The Cloud.Cloud computing is a huge buzzword, and today is widely recognized as a safe, reliable andfinancially sensible solution for businesses of all sizes. You may have a vague idea about the benefits of cloud computing, but moving your entirebusiness to the cloud can be a daunting… Read More
Free E-Book – 10 Myths About Moving to The Cloud To help in your migration to the cloud, we’ve created this myth-busting guide for all things Office 365. When considering Office 365 to power your organization, you need to know the facts. Your organization depends on it. Get your FREE E-book