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Automate tasks by integrating your favorite apps with Microsoft Flow. Make repetitive tasks easy with workflow automation.
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If you have O365 and your company environment includes departments, or you collaborate in smaller groups for projects, you should be using Microsoft TEAMS and this cool trick!
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Cloud storage – OneDrive Personal, OneDrive for Business, Google Docs, Box, Drop Box, SharePoint and Team Sites – the field continues to grow with our desire to access our information any time; anywhere.
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Cloud computing is the practice of using a network of remote servers hosted on the Internet to store, manage and process data, rather than using a local server or personal computer. Learn the advantages and disadvantages of each.
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It is important to be aware of Cybersecurity risks and the need for network security. The cost of a breach could be detrimental to your business.
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Running an efficient and effective business in today’s world commands partnering with the right IT team and choosing the right technology solutions that positively impact your operations and support your customers.
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One of the biggest challenges organizations and businesses face is the dreaded process of budgeting. This time of year is front and center because most companies in the US follow the calendar year as their fiscal year. The interdepartmental arm-wrestling for financial consideration is…
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A new type of Phishing message has been circulating that uses your own passwords to create the appearance that the attacker knows who you are and has valuable information about you.  
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If your organization’s network and NTFS shares aren’t properly structured, you may be leaving open a gaping hole for cyberattacks. Share permissions allow you to access specific folders and files on your computer network. NTFS permissions control your ability to interact with those files (e.g.,…
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Are you tired of searching for the right project folder or document? You’re not alone. According to technology analyst IDC, the typical knowledge worker spends an average of 8.8 hours per week searching for information. That’s roughly 10 weeks searching for information every year, per employee!
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