When Microsoft launched SharePoint, it promised one thing: To make sharing and collaboration every organisation's strongest attribute. SharePoint has been around for a few years now and It has helped organisations increase their efficiencies by enhancing in-house collaboration, data and file management, department-to-department integration and website management.
Every organisation, whether it’s a start up, medium-sized business, or a large corporation, needs to invest in their IT systems, to streamline business processes and increase productivity. Employing a full IT team can prove to be costly and keeping staff trained and up to speed with latest technologies can be time consuming and inefficient.
Google’s Nexus line of devices promises users a pure Android experience. This means that the operating system is exactly as Google designed it to be, unlike many other Android devices where manufacturers add their own layout and design. In mid October, Google announced not one, but three new Nexus devices that set a new benchmark for what Android can really be.
We have previously covered the difference between RTO and RPO, which are key aspects of any Business Continuity Plan. Its a good idea to then evaluate how these will fit into the plan and if they differ from the Disaster Recovery plans. As a reminder, here is a brief overview of RTO and RPO. RTO (Recovery Time Objective) is the amount of time it takes to recover data if you were to it.
Chris is the Client Services Director and Co-Founder of Aztech IT. “Being the youngest of four brothers, as a child I was definitely the most easily led and would always be undertaking tasks which my brothers had dared me to do! I soon gained confidence though and people would now describe me as the most outgoing out of the four of us, so the constant teasing clearly didn’t set me back! As a youngster I loved sports especially football and used to play in a team called Willen, which my older brother Sean managed at the time.
Devices running Windows Phone, while not as popular as other systems, have many features that small to medium business owners can take advantage of. One such feature is the ability to move your apps from your device’s hard drive onto an MicroSD card.
In late September, Microsoft introduced the next version of Windows – Windows 10. At the announcement event, the company showed off a number of exciting new features that many users have been requesting. While it will be a while before it is released, here is a brief overview of some of the upcoming features you can look forward to.
While social media has become an important and integral part of many business’s marketing plans, it can be easy to get stuck in a bit of a rut when it comes to developing dynamic content and varied posts. This often sees companies sticking with the same content types, which can get quite boring for all parties.
Microsoft’s Office 365 is continually gaining popularity, with the number of businesses implementing this cloud-based version of Office growing. Businesses looking to migrate over should be aware of potential failures that this move could bring.
The calendar is an indispensable business tool; many of us would feel lost without it. Google Apps users have access to the powerful Google Calendar, which offers many useful features. One of the more interesting of these is the ability to layer multiple calendars from other users onto your own calendar.