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What Changes are Coming to Office 365 in 2020?

What Changes are Coming to Office 365 in 2020?

 A Decade of Office Innovation With Office 365 Over the past year, Microsoft has made it very clear that they are trying to shift towards cloud computing and software as a service (SaaS) as the primary business models regarding their software. Recently they have gotten more aggressive in this approach by announcing a bevy of services that will be losing... Read More

What’s New for Outlook for Android in 2020?

What’s New for Outlook for Android in 2020?

A Future Focused on Mobile Application Growth Just within the past few weeks, there have been some pretty substantial updates to Microsoft’s Outlook mobile app for Android users and more are on the way. With over 100M installations registered on the Play Store, and a 4.4 star rating to match. Outlook for Android is experiencing a lot of growth that... Read More

What is Microsoft Exchange?

What is Microsoft Exchange?

The Importance of Easy to Use Email Whether you are a business employee or a business owner you probably utilize email often in your day to day operations. If you’ve ever had to deal with handling how emails are stored or sent, you’ve probably also heard of various types of mail server software, including Microsoft Exchange. Having made great waves... Read More

Should You Consider AWS Migration in 2020?

Discover Why Businesses are Choosing to Move to AWS. The undisputed leader in cloud computing, Amazon Web Services (AWS) is the largest, fastest growing, and most comprehensive cloud platform in the world. With millions of users ranging from large enterprises to small startups, it is the leader in cloud innovation. Always evolving and ever expanding, it is the #1 choice... Read More

5 Things You Need to Know About AWS Certification

AWS Is The Leading Name In Cloud Computing As the market leader in the cloud computing space, Amazon Web Services (AWS) has become a part of many company workspaces since its introduction in 2006. Whether it is a hybrid deployment, or a full shift away from onsite servers and data centers, cloud computing has become a core part, and competency... Read More

8 Things You Don’t Know About Windows 7 End Of Life

Windows 7 is dead, long live Windows 10 All good things come to an end. That’s just part of life, and it allows us to find new things to enjoy. This is also true with computers, as new innovations, updates, and breakthroughs phase out aging, dated technology. Windows 7 is one such piece of technology. One that while well-functioning, will... Read More

5 Tech Trends to Watch Out for in 2020

The future of tech innovation is now As 2019 draws to a close it is not just the end of a year, but the end of a decade stuffed to bursting with technological innovation. From inside the home, to the way we integrate it into our businesses, almost every facet of the way computers influence our lives has changed in... Read More

Getting The Most Out Of Your Managed Services Provider (MSP)

Managing IT solutions with a Managed Service Provider For many businesses, Managed Services provide an increasingly valuable asset to managing software, hardware, and network needs. This is especially true for smaller businesses who need to ensure their technology is working efficiently to remain competitive in an always evolving marketplace. Having a team of professionals handling IT can take a lot... Read More

Where To Go After Office 2010 End Of Life

The changing face of Microsoft Office Recently, Microsoft announced that it would be ending extended support for Microsoft Office 2010 come October 13th, 2020. While this is in line with the typical support cycle for the company’s software, what’s new has been the push to the subscription-based Office 365 and Office 365 ProPlus over the one-time purchase of prior versions... Read More

Tightening Security After Ring Video Doorbell Hacks

Ring cameras compromised by numerous hackers The Ring video doorbell and camera systems present themselves as a home security measure engineered to provide safety in homes and reduce crime in neighborhoods. The intent, like with many of these camera systems, is to allow for users to see and monitor their home and love ones via wireless services. Recently however, Ring... Read More