How Much Bandwidth Do You Need for Remote Work?

A staggering seven in ten U.S. employees made the switch to remote work during the early days of the novel Coronavirus outbreak. Since then, many employees and businesses have turned to remote working permanently. While remote working presents many advantages for companies and employees, it also has its fair share of challenges.

How To Prevent Data Loss In Microsoft 365

Microsoft 365 is known for its ease of use, seamless integration, and top-notch security. Because it’s used by millions of businesses across the globe, Microsoft developers work hard to ensure their programs are bolstered by the toughest security measures on the web.

The Top 6 Productivity Tools for Engineering and Architecture Firms

For architecture and engineering firms, time is money. Between a day juggling site visits, creating reports, fielding clients and managing a team, it can be hard to make the most of both. That’s why we’ve scoured the industry to find the best productivity tools and tips to help architecture and engineering firms work smarter on the go.

A Dream Duo: How Microsoft Surface and Office 365 Are Teaming Up to Tackle Productivity

Microsoft’s Surface lineup has become increasingly popular among busy professionals thanks to their compact size, crystal-clear screen resolutions and seamless interfaces. These touchscreen-based devices and laptops boast a range of impressive features that use artificial intelligence (AI) to boost productivity and create a more natural user experience.

What You Need to Successfully Stream Your Religious Services Online

In recent months, churches big and small have turned to online video streaming to broadcast their weekly religious services to their congregations. For many, a church service is an intimate and personal experience, and tuning in online is less than ideal.

3 Tips for Making the Most of Excel 365

For those who work with data, Excel is a lifesaver. Its functions range from simple searches to complex formulas that allow you to sort, analyze, and visualize large sets of information. The wizards at Microsoft are constantly working to make Excel more user-friendly, and the newest Excel 365 is no exception.

6 Things You Should Have Done To Stop Ransomware

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If your business has been hit with a ransomware attack, you’re probably asking yourself: How did this happen? What should I have done to stop this?

For many businesses, the answer isn’t clear.

Why Your Business Needs a Proactive IT Approach

 

We’ve all heard the phrase, “if it’s not broke, don’t fix it”. When it comes to your business’s information technology, the phrase works better a little differently - “if it’s not broke, it still needs attention”. Not quite as catchy, but it has the advantage of being true - and following it will save your business time, money, and headaches.

Coronavirus: How to Prepare Your Staff to Work Remotely

As you know, there's a great deal of buzz going around about the coronavirus. Events are being canceled and whole countries are being quarantined. Whether you believe the hype or not, the debate does bring up a real risk to your business continuity that needs to be addressed now rather than later.

Maze “Full Dump” Attacks Target Large Industries

In recent months, hacker group Maze began to perform cyberattacks they call a "full dump" on large industries across the U.S., with The City of Pensacola being one. Alongside them, the medical and cable industry have also reported attacks. Recently, they have extended their cyberattacks to multiple law firms across the country.