In part 1 of this blog series on backups we discussed the 7 most common data backup mistakes. Now, we’re going to give you some simple tips to back up your IT systems correctly. Continue reading “Simple Tips for Backing Up Your Computer Systems the Right Way”
Anyone that’s suffered data loss, which unfortunately is most of us at one time or another, knows that backing up your data regularly is critical. Data loss can happen anytime without warning due to computer crashes, lost/stolen devices, viruses, or natural disasters. Continue reading “Are You Making One of These 7 Common Mistakes with Your Backups?”
You’ve got marketing metrics coming in from Mail Chimp, lead funnel data from Sales Force, and website conversion stats from Google Analytics. Each one is in a different report, disconnected. Trying to tie them all together into one actionable picture can be challenging. Continue reading “Get All Your Reporting in One Place! Learn How with Microsoft’s Power BI”
In the pre-internet days, information used to be stored in paper form in folders and locked away in filing cabinets. Today, most of it takes a digital form and it’s stored in cloud databases and on local hard drives.
Wouldn’t it be nice to get a text message when that important customer email comes in instead of having to continually check your inbox? How about having your company Twitter account notify you, send back a cool reply, and update a marketing list if a popular user tweets out your company name? Continue reading “Amazing Ways to Connect and Automate Your Office with Microsoft Flow”
Does your office have to navigate several pieces of software just to get the email and data security you need? If you have an Office 365 business subscription, then you may already have a powerful tool to use that’s integrated with all your collaborative Microsoft Office apps. Continue reading “How Can You Benefit from Advanced Threat Protection in Office 365? Here’s Everything You Need to Know”
Today’s office runs on software and apps, and that means information is coming at you daily from several sources. Your staff might use Asana or Trello for project management, Sales Force for contact management, and Zendesk for customer support. Continue reading “5 Dynamic Ways Microsoft Teams is a Perfect “Single Pane of Glass” Solution for Your Office”
The major data breach of Facebook user information recently, revealed to the world just how important data protection regulations are for protecting personal privacy. And governments are taking notice. Continue reading “What You Need to Know about GDPR and Data Protection to Stay in Compliance”
Those steadfast office favorites – Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Outlook – have been keeping companies running since the 1990’s. A computer workstation at every desk was a new concept, and Microsoft’s suite of software helped everyone get up to speed in the new tech reality.
A lot has changed since then. We now need to have the ability to work on the go through mobile devices, there are new security threats to worry about, and we have to keep staff and clients in remote locations connected. Continue reading “Discover 4 Powerful Ways that Office 365 Can Completely Revolutionize Your Business”
Many businesses start out handling just about everything themselves, from IT to shipping. It’s a way to keep costs to a minimum while launching a new company. But, not too far down the road is when managers realise that “do-it-yourself” philosophy is actually slowing them down.
Instead of calling on new clients, your sales team is spending time trying to update their tablets to the newest contact management software. Rather than brainstorming new advertising ideas for social media, your marketing person is trying to help your bookkeeper with a crashed computer. Continue reading “Lower Overhead and Keep Your Business Running Smoothly with Managed IT Services”