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Why all the fuss about end of life IT and communications systems?
Posted by Caroline Moore on 06/02 at 10:00 AM Cloud services, Data networks, IT services, Security,
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A recent report in CRN magazine has revealed the majority of local councils are running their computers and laptops on Windows 7 – an operating system that is due to go end of life in less than two years’ time. The report made me draw a sharp intake of breath as although I would...

Plain English speaking about the cloud
Posted by Sarah Flowers on 19/12 at 10:00 AM Cloud services, Cloud-hosted telephone systems, Telephone systems,
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The cloud has long been the buzz word of the IT and communications industry, which means businesses like yours will have been exposed to it too.For most businesses, dealing with new technology is just another item on a list that will be dealt with when you have time. You will be far...

How will Skype for your desktop benefit your business?
Posted by Ash Khagram on 07/11 at 10:00 AM Cloud services, Office 365,
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Law firms often do not have the time or the in-house resource to research the communications and IT solutions that would best fit their needs. As an independent supplier, we can design a converged solution to alleviate the stress of dealing with multiple suppliers while benefiting...

Integrate: Don’t compromise on your cloud environment
Posted by Colin Woods on 04/04 at 10:00 AM Cloud services, Data centre,
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We live in an integrated world, where everything talks to everything else. It’s a world of unified communications where I can leave a voice message on your desk phone and you can see it on your mobile as an email; a world where I can look at Google or Bing maps on my desktop and send...

Keep your business on the rails
Posted by Ash Khagram on 13/01 at 03:38 PM Cloud services, Internet connectivity, Office 365, Telephone systems, Unified communications,
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Twenty years ago, businesses would more or less grind to a halt when the UK was affected by bad weather, industrial action or major incidents.   With transport strikes on the increase and the yearly risk of rain, snow and other elements affecting your staff’s ability to get to the...

Is your bandwidth prepared for “the cloud”?
Posted by Caroline Moore on 16/12 at 10:54 AM Internet connectivity, Cloud services,

It is becoming hard to ignore that “the cloud” is the future and sooner than we think, all applications, communications and services will come from a cloud-based service. The question is, how are you getting these services into your business?   With more than 50% of businesses...

Six secret tools of Office 365
Posted by Ash Khagram on 22/11 at 10:00 AM Cloud services, Office 365,
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If you mention Microsoft Office 365, most people will recognise it as the suite of business tools that provides Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint. But there are a host of others that could be equally beneficial.We would not want anyone to miss out on the tools they already have at...

In domains we trust
Posted by Ash Khagram on 04/11 at 10:00 AM Cloud services, Office 365,
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With more than 500 websites created daily, how do we trust the website we visit is a real deal or just a spam site? Consumers are very savvy to what a business address should look like and lose trust in broadband-provided website addresses and, by association, email addresses. Here...

Worried about network and cloud security?
Posted by Gary Hocking on 07/10 at 10:00 AM Cloud services, Security,
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The purpose of cloud is becoming more apparent each day with its ability to allow businesses to be more agile and flexible while providing additional resources when required and a raft of other benefits.In the traditional sense, IT is something that has grown or has been adapted...

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