Ingram Leedy

Ingram Leedy

If you are looking for someone who lives on the leading edge of technology innovation, Ingram Leedy has a unique ability to predict the future digital trends.

As CEO of Protected Trust, he is helping business leaders see the world in new ways by connecting people and technology to achieve more.


Recent posts by Ingram Leedy

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The best tools for an extra competitive edge in a modern workplace

By Ingram Leedy on August 6, 2020

Today the world of work is evolving faster than ever before. Forward-thinking organizations know that they need to deploy technology to keep teams connected and foster collaboration. At the same time, businesses need to protect vital IT assets and sensitive company information. 

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The Secret to Keeping Things Private in Microsoft Teams

By Ingram Leedy on July 31, 2020

Information sharing is key to making a successful team, especially in the age of remote working. In fact, Microsoft Teams exists to make multiple methods of information sharing as easy as possible across your work teams.  Such methods include video conferencing, text-based chat, telephony, not to mention a cache of tools and features to assist in digital collaboration. 

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Ultimate Guide to a Microsoft Surface Warranty

By Ingram Leedy on July 22, 2020

If you’re looking at a new Microsoft Surface device, you may want to also consider adding a warranty or accidental damage coverage in case something goes wrong.

Check out the video and blog post below to learn more about the various types of Microsoft Surface warranties and tips for determining which is right for you!

Topics: Modern Tools
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How to bring a meeting to those who missed it.

By Ingram Leedy on July 22, 2020

Getting everyone to attend your meeting is like herding cats. Schedules overlap, people forget, something inevitably comes up.

Now, what if instead of inviting people to meetings, you brought meetings to the people? That is to say, what if you could share your recorded meetings with people that were unable to attend.  In our previous article, we explored how to record your meetings in Microsoft Teams. Now we will see how to share your meetings once they have been processed in Microsoft Stream.

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It's Business and Time to Grow up with Microsoft Teams vs Zoom

By Ingram Leedy on July 21, 2020

We know you’ve been reading this a lot, but the world has changed, rapidly. The Coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way that business is conducted around the world.

Topics: Modern Tools
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Top 4 Productivity Tools that Make Working Anywhere Possible

By Ingram Leedy on July 21, 2020

Technology advances have made it easier than ever for remote employees to stay productive and connected to their teams, wherever they may be.

Topics: Modern Tools
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Why Microsoft Surface is perfect for Microsoft Teams, It's the details

By Ingram Leedy on July 20, 2020

When you look at a spec sheet for a device, it’s not always easy to see what the features really mean to you on a day-to-day basis. And that’s especially true when working remotely. How does a 13.5” PixelSense Display or a 1.6W stereo speaker with Dolby® Audio™ Premium actually effect you when you’re working?

Today I want to talk to you about that, and share some of the brilliant ways Microsoft engineers have designed Surface devices to be powerful, elegant, and completely integrated with the user experience in the Modern Workplace and remote work.

Topics: Modern Devices
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Four Ways to Enable an Anywhere Office

By Ingram Leedy on July 18, 2020

Your business needs to keep moving forward regardless of where employees are physically located.

Effective remote work solutions empower them to connect with customers and teams from anywhere.

See how you can enable an Anywhere Office to give your employees secure productivity and connectivity wherever they're working.

Topics: modern workplace
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How to Skip the Boring Parts of Your Team's Meetings

By Ingram Leedy on July 17, 2020

When TiVo, or DVR in general first entered the marketplace, it changed the way we watched TV. No longer did you have to sit through boring commercials, you could just skip ahead to the parts of the video you wanted to watch.