You can reference just about anything from a smartphone, but would it be there for you in dire situations? Any user can set up a series of first aid applications as a precautionary measure. Being prepared to use them in an emergency is another matter. With the growth in personal assistants today, would Apple’s Siri … Read moreWould Your Smartphone Help You in an Emergency? Maybe Not.
Is it time for your business to make the transfer to Microsoft’s line of Dynamic ERP products? If so, there are at least a few key bullet-points you should address for your business before investing in these management services. Be aware that there are actually five different products that compile the Microsoft line of Dynamics. … Read moreMicrosoft Dynamics ERP: Making the Switch
Over the last decade or so, Windows has offered a plethora of services regarding their robust exchange server software. If your company relies on an older platform such as Microsoft Exchange 2003, now is probably the time to take the leap into 2016. As Microsoft has cut off support for Exchange 2003 as of April … Read moreWindows Exchange Server: Pros and Cons of Exchange 2016
With Office 365, the age old thinking of working strictly in the confines of an office or an office environment has gone completely out the window. Today’s working environments have exceeded the walls of cubicles and offices allowing anyone to access their content; whether it be a desktop, laptop, tablet, or even phone, at any … Read moreFive Advantages of Office 365 and Is It Right for You?
Microsoft recently released the on-premises version of its latest email server which features a focus on improved workplace collaboration and faster search options. Forged in the cloud, this release brings Exchange bits that already power millions of Office 365 mailboxes to one’s own on-premise environment. This is an incredibly useful tool to maintaining a modern … Read moreBenefits of Microsoft ‘Cloud-Forged’ Exchange Server 2016