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Is Microsoft Teams Right for Your Business?

By Ingram Leedy on April 20, 2019

As a business that currently uses services such as Microsoft email, PowerPoint, and/or Excel, you may have already heard about Microsoft Teams. If you haven’t, or are unsure if it’s the best solution for your needs, we’re here to break down the basics. By outlining some of the top Microsoft Teams features, you’ll be enabled to make a well-informed decision about whether or not this tool is a suitable solution for your business’ needs.

Topics: New Ways to Work
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Using Microsoft to Optimize Business Operations—Beyond Email

By Ingram Leedy on April 19, 2019

If your company has seen success using Microsoft Email, we’ve got good news for you. Microsoft offers an array of additional products and services that can be used to streamline business processes far beyond just email. The result of implementing these kinds of value-adding solutions? Increased effectiveness and efficiency.

Topics: Modern Tools New Ways to Work
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Benefits of Office 365 Business with a Software Subscription

By Ingram Leedy on April 18, 2019

When Office 365 first launched in 2013 (effectively replacing the Business Productivity Online Suite), this subscription-based version of Office was released to the general public—causing much confusion among end users. For many people, Office was a software that you bought periodically and having the latest year version, such as Office 2019, was the best way to get the newest functionalities.

Topics: New Ways to Work
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Discovering eDiscovery and Data Governance in Office 365

By Mark Allsop on May 14, 2018

Topics: New Ways to Work
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How to get away with emailing really large files

By Mark Allsop on April 20, 2018

Over the years, I've had many clients complain about emails not being delivered because of file size limitations.  Yes, that 100 page PowerPoint presentation is important, but most mail servers won't accept messages larger than 25mb.  Even if your mail server allows you to send messages that are larger than 25mb, if the recipient's mail server caps out at 25mb, then your 26mb message will not be delivered.  But why send the email as an attachment to begin with?  I've been using OneDrive with Office 365 for only a few months, but I can tell you with all honesty, I will never go back to sending attachments through email again.

Topics: New Ways to Work
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Microsoft adds ransomware protection, recovery tools to Office 365

By Ingram Leedy on April 5, 2018

Microsoft has rolled out a series of new tools to protect its Office 365 Home and 365 Personal customers from a variety of cyberthreats, including ransomware.

Topics: Stay Secure New Ways to Work
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Throw out your file server, we did

By Mark Allsop on January 4, 2018

Topics: Don't Buy Another Server Stay Secure New Ways to Work