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Three New Things Microsoft SharePoint Has to Offer

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SharePoint is still the most used platform for intranets, portals, and digital collaboration. There are challenges and limited updates, but that hasn’t done much to alter the success rate of SharePoint. Microsoft has made some changes to the collaborative platform, but knowing what they are won’t explain how it will help business. Here are three

Two New Windows 10 Views that You’ll Love

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If you’re still not convinced if you should upgrade your computers to Windows 10, check out two of its new view features to sway your opinion. Revamped Start Menu Microsoft’s been indecisive about the Start Menu, relying it for many years, then making it go away with Windows 8, and then bringing it back in

Microsoft Exchange Online Review: What Microsoft Exchange Online Can Offer You

Microsoft Exchange Online has recently upgraded their interface and are now offering new purchasing options. Businesses and individuals can now choose to use Microsoft exchange online as a stand alone service, or use it as part of the Microsoft Office 365 package. First, we will look at the features of only Microsoft exchange online, and then we will look

Why Use Lync: Top 5 Reasons to Consider Microsoft Lync For Your Business

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Why Use Lync? Microsoft Lync has recently released updates to their program that make it an even better option for your business. Microsoft Lync is a unified communication platform. It allows you to combine your instant messaging, video conferencing and meetings and telephone calls all in one platform. This revolutionary technology can help you streamline your business

Microsoft Sharepoint Online and the ‘5 Pillars of SharePoint Governance’

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At first glance, the joy of owning Microsoft Sharepoint online may be a bit overwhelming due to its vast array of features, particularly in the absence of an overall implementation plan. Often, SharePoint’s is seen in a “singular” context to provide more efficient—and secure— document management and collaborative integration throughout the organization. Often overlooked, are the software’s other capabilities,

Zarafa Hosted EMail Solution: All the Benefits of MS Exchange at Half the Cost

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Cloud computing has changed the way businesses set up and run their IT services and e-mail solutions are no exception. Running a traditional MS Exchange server in-house means an investment in hardware and software which can approach $10,000, plus the annual cost of an in-house engineer to maintain, update, patch and back up the servers.

Getting Ahead with a Hosted Email Solution

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Email hosting is one of the most valuable and important resource these days, which operates email servers. There is an increase in the demand for email services because of the large number of people sending as well as receiving emails daily. Getting a hosted email solution is seen to be an important and attractive option

What Does the End of the Ballmer Era Mean for Microsoft Exchange?

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Love him, hate him, or fear him, there is no denying that Microsoft co-founder and CEO Steve Ballmer is one of the industry’s true larger-than-life personalities. Reactions to the news that Ballmer is to retire within the next year have varied greatly, from “worst CEO ever” to reflections on his “classy exit.” The one certainty

A hosted email solution with five star reliability and collaboration for less money

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If we polled business owners as to what they thought the three most critical factors determining their success was there’s a good chance that the top three would be: reliability, collaboration, and low cost. Achieving those three critical elements in a hosted email solution for your business should be considered a tremendous win for your

Why Microsoft Exchange No Longer Has a Lock on Business Email

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One interesting thing about Microsoft’s recent communications regarding its public beta of Office 2013 is that the emphasis has been entirely on the client-side and cloud-based aspects. To learn anything more about the new Microsoft Exchange server requires more digging. This is a sign of how Microsoft is shifting focus, and though it is keeping

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