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What is the Cloud? And Where is it?

What is the Cloud? And Where is it?

There has been a ton of talk about the cloud. Cloud this, cloud that. But what actually Is the cloud? It’s okay if you don’t know, most people don’t understand it and even some tech people tend to wave their hands towards the sky when trying to explain it!

5 Ways to Protect Your Data in the Cloud

5 Ways to Protect Your Data in the Cloud

Cloud computing is now the norm — 95 percent of businesses worldwide are using at least one cloud service, according to a 2016 study. While there are many services that fall under cloud computing, businesses often use the cloud to store data.

Microsoft Is Ending Support for Several Business Applications in 2017

Microsoft Is Ending Support for Several Business Applications in 2017

The year 2017 marks the end of the line for five Microsoft applications: Office 2007, Exchange Server 2007, SharePoint Server 2007, Visio 2007, and Project 2007. Microsoft will no longer support these applications because they are at the end of their lifecycles.

How to Access Previous Document Versions Within Microsoft OneDrive

How to Access Previous Document Versions Within Microsoft OneDrive

There are some mistakes that you never make twice. One of them is forgetting to save a document, a detail immediately regretted in the event of a system crash or power outage. In the past, this mistake was a costly one, but it no longer affects Microsoft OneDrive users.

The Latest Office 365 Editions: What Business Owners Need to Know

The Latest Office 365 Editions: What Business Owners Need to Know

Just after Microsoft launched its new subscription-based Office 365 Home Premium for individual users, the company rolled out a major update to Office 365 for enterprise users, too. As with any major tech release, 

Add Hosted PBX to Office 365

Add Hosted PBX to Office 365

Many businesses have already moved to the cloud with Office 365, finding the advantages of file sharing, co-authoring documents, mobile access and remote administration to be more than worth the short migration time. However, your cloud integration doesn’t have to end at your PC – you can bring your phone system into the cloud too.

December Computer Deals

December Computer Deals

December is probably the best time of the year to replace aging computer hardware. It is also the best time to think about introducing tools you might not have had before, like tablets. That is because the sales that begin on Black Friday generally continue. Last year saw computer prices in December coming in six percent lower than in November.

Dealing with data

Dealing with data

Annual Internet traffic is expected to surpass 88.4 exabytes (that's almost one billion gigabytes) per month in 2016.

It’s difficult to say how much of this data comes from small businesses, but we do know that as small to medium-sized businesses grow, their data storage requirements do too.

Move To The Cloud

Move To The Cloud

The cloud no longer represents the future of computing, it's the present-and you can find services to handle every aspect of your small business' IT needs.  Frequently touted as the future of business technology, cloud computing's biggest benefit is that it makes enterprise-quality technology affordable for small businesses. It lets them compete at previously unattainable levels. In fact, it's now possible to completely run your small business in the cloud.