When should you plan to own a server in your business?
Are your employees using their own devices in the office securely?
In this age of technology, which is getting ever cheaper and easier to buy, do we really need IT support?
Have you received a deal that you believe would help your business?
We’ve all had the nightmare scenario or know someone who has – the one where you walk into your office and find your computer no longer works. It’s even worse when you know all your notes and preparation for an important client meeting you have at 10am are on there and you can’t get to them.
Are the costs of your telephone landline breaking the bank?
I'm sure you've noticed that after browsing online for something, similar things seem to magically appear in your inbox?
Announced today in Windows Digest
After installing Office 2016, Skype for Business has disappeared?
One very good reason why IT professionals rarely jump first to install upgrades. Instead, we test the product in a safe environment.
Imagine if your business telephone system relied on the Skype functionality?
What do you do if this happens? You could uninstall the upgrade but on a new installation, this would be impossible.
Our view is to have a backup solution available or better still, make sure your telephony is handled by a separate system altogether.
To prevent this kind of error happening, take advice before installing upgrades.
Happy Ada Lovelace day, source: Computing By Peter Gothard
I read with interest that 'The Hosted VoIP market has seen exceptional growth in the first six months of 2015 with the total number of Hosted VoIP seats growing from 1,649,219 to 1,908,673 – a growth of 15.73%' (Dominic Black - VOIP Blog)