Cloud Business Blog

Accountants guide to delighting customers with Office 365 in 2016

September 28 , 2016

When Accountex surveyed 14,000 accountancy clients, these were named as the biggest challenges.

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The real reasons users move from Lotus Notes to Office 365

September 23 , 2016

Here at Cloud Business, we have been helping our customers migrate from Lotus Notes to a modern Microsoft Office 365 workplace for the past 4 years. One of the first questions we ask is, why do you want to migrate? This is important to help plan the migration strategy, timing and the level of user engagement needed to make the transformation successful.

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ADFS - 6 Things to know when planning

July 08 , 2016

There are often preconceived ideas around what ADFS provides and whether it is required when you are moving to Office 365.  The below points cover some common conversation that we have with customers.

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How to Enable Delve Analytics in Office 365

February 17 , 2016

Delve Analytics is available to purchase as an add-on license for Office 365 users or as part of the E5 SKU.

Once you have purchased your licenses and assigned them to your users, there are further steps needed to begin the background data collection.

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5 minute cheat-sheet on the Next OneDrive for Business Sync Client

February 03 , 2016

Current State

Microsoft released the update to OneDrive late last year that gave business users the option to take advantage of the more stable consumer sync client.

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Internet Explorer end of support - what you need to do!

January 11 , 2016

What does end of support for Internet Explorer mean?

Beginning January 12, 2016, only the most current version of Internet Explorer available for a supported operating system will receive technical supports and security updates. Internet Explorer 11 is the last version of Internet Explorer, and will continue to receive security updates, compatibility fixes, and technical support on Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10.

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