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Your data is one of your company's most important assets and most of it is stored on your computer. Now imagine if something happened to your computer. Would you still have access to that data? Unless you have a backup somewhere, probably not. It's common to backup your data to an external physical storage such as a USB or tape, but have you considered backing up online? Online backups provide an added layer of protection, safeguarding your business in the event of a disaster such as theft, fire or flood. One of the key advantages to implementing an online backup solution is that an external party will be responsible for safeguarding your data. This minimises your ongoing commitment to maintaining your backup, making it a more time and cost efficient solution for many businesses.
Thursday, 05 November 2015 13:20

10 definitive reasons to migrate to Office 365

A reason why Office 365 is so popular for small business is that Microsoft Exchange is bundled as part of the Microsoft Server Small Business Server operating system.Microsoft Office 365 is the subscription to run Microsoft Exchange in a data centre that is managed and maintained by Microsoft. Because Microsoft manages the data centre, it removes the need for small business owners to facilitate and maintain an in-house/physical server to run Microsoft Exchange. There are 10 great reasons for Businesses to switch to Office 365: 1. Turn capital expenditure into operating expenses.A business will no longer need to fund the initial large capital outlay to acquire a server, the Exchange licenses, the implementation cost and any infrastructure upgrade in order to roll out Exchange across the organisation. It is replaced by a monthly subscription fee based on the number of accounts. Better still, if you are a not-for-profit organisation, you can subscribe to the E1 plan free of charge. 2. Easy to set up and roll out.Without having to roll out a server and the associated infrastructure and software, the initial set up can now be done in hours. 3. High reliability.Microsoft Office 365 has a guaranteed uptime of 99.9%.…
Tuesday, 20 October 2015 12:46

Tips and Traps for the Office 365 Buyer

Tips and Traps for the Office 365 Buyer Office 365 has a number of advantages over the standard desktop edition. Like other software as a service offerings, it allows you to replace a large up-front payment for software licences with smaller, regular subscription fees – and you'll always have access to the latest applications. In addition, Office 365 offers a number of extra cloud-based business applications and features that you don't get with the standard desktop suite. However, you'll need to do your homework before signing up because Microsoft offers nine different plans. Office options The cheapest option is Office Online, Microsoft's free cloud-based suite. Anyone can sign up at office.com to gain instant access to webmail and calendar (Outlook.com) and online versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote, along with 15GB of cloud storage (OneDrive) that allows you to synchronise files between computers. The standard desktop suite, Office 2013, integrates with OneDrive and Outlook.com so that you can access your documents and email from anywhere. Office 365 ups the OneDrive storage to 1TB per user, but beyond that it gets more complicated. The personal plans start at $9 per month and include desktop versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and…
Thursday, 10 September 2015 10:33

10 Definitive Reasons to Migrate to Office 365

A reason why Office 365 is so popular for small business is that Microsoft Exchange is bundled as part of the Microsoft Server Small Business Server operating system. Microsoft Office 365 is the subscription to run Microsoft Exchange in a data centre that is managed and maintained by Microsoft. Because Microsoft manages the data centre, it removes the need for small business owners to facilitate and maintain an in-house/physical server to run Microsoft Exchange. There are 10 great reasons for Businesses to switch to Office 365: 1. Turn capital expenditure into operating expenses. A business will no longer need to fund the initial large capital outlay to acquire a server, the Exchange licenses, the implementation cost and any infrastructure upgrade in order to roll out Exchange across the organisation. It is replaced by a monthly subscription fee based on the number of accounts. Better still, if you are a not-for-profit organisation, you can subscribe to the E1 plan free of charge. 2. Easy to set up and roll out. Without having to roll out a server and the associated infrastructure and software, the initial set up can now be done in hours. 3. High reliability. Microsoft Office 365 has a…
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