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The Ultimate Guide to Microsoft Office 365 Applications

Microsoft Office 365 is a comprehensive productivity suite that offers a slew of applications for small to medium-sized businesses. While most of them are commercially well-known, there are a quite a number of services and programs in it whose functions aren’t quite as clear-cut as the rest. In this ultimate guide, we take a look at every application, service, and

How to Stay HIPAA Compliant with Office 365

As doctor or health care professional, you of all people understand the importance of staying HIPAA-compliant. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is a regulation designed to safeguard a patient’s personal information from potential misuse or misappropriation. It targets not only doctors’ offices, but hospitals and public clinics as well. Any licensed professional or business that blatantly disregards

How a Switch to Office 365 Can Boost Productivity by 80%

Businesses aim to be as productive as they can be. This is a never-ending goal for every industry. To reach this objective, companies try different ways to be useful and beneficial. One of the many ways to increase your business’s productivity is by upgrading your current system to Microsoft Office 365. Here’s why this can work: Organized Communication The process

What Is Office 365 and How Can It Help Your Business

Office 365 has been hailed as the ultimate productivity solution for small and midsized businesses. Offering a host of core IT tools and popular productivity applications, Office 365 has something for any company in any industry. From flexible pricing to fully-customizable services, this subscription plan may very well be precisely what your business needs to gain momentum. What is Office

5 Pitfalls to Avoid When Migrating to Office 365

Going through an Office 365 migration? You’re not alone. Ever since its release in 2011, more and more companies have transferred their software, database, and legacy systems over to Microsoft’s latest business productivity suite. There are several reasons behind this—the primary one being that it’s more cost-effective than traditional licensing. Indeed, the benefits of this system far outweigh the (very

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Why is it Important for My Company to Use a Network Operations Center (NOC)?

If your company is managing multiple networks, you are probably aware of the difficulties involved in monitoring them all at once. But hopefully, you are aware of the importance of this, as well. Your data and your clients’ data is private, and your networks need to be up and running without delay. Unless you have an in-house team that can

What is a Low Voltage C7 Contractor?

Defined by the California Department of Consumer Affairs, Contractors State License Board classifies a low voltage C7 contractor as “communication and low voltage contractor installs, services, and maintains all types of communication and low voltage systems which are energy limited and do not exceed 91 volts.” To the layman, this means that it is a licensed installer or technician that

What Type of Cabling Do I Need for My New Office Building?

There are a million and one things to do when you move office buildings. Most aren’t fun. So, we have decided to take one of the first ones off your hands by choosing which cabling system you’ll need by breaking down the various cable types so that you know which ones you need to install in your new space: Structured

Do I need to Remove Cables from My Old Office?

When moving office locations, there is already enough to worry about before you start adding on extra costs and projects. Often, new tenants will not bother with removing the structured cabling, so before leaving it’s crucial to plan for this step. You will have to hire an expert to do the job which is why cables are often abandoned rather

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Which Anti-Virus Software Will Protect Me the Most?

Hackers are the new terrorists. At least according to UK law.[1]  This heated language showed sentiment of real fear, different from only a few years ago when many people believed that if they were “safe” while on their computers, then they were exempt from the risk of being hacked. Whatever these “safe practices” were, they are no longer such an