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How to get started with Microsoft Azure

Posted by Jessica Jeffries on 16-Oct-2017 12:17:44

Not sure how to get started with Microsoft Azure? Well good news, it can be easier than you think. By thinking about things like goals, security and budgets before you start using Azure, you can ensure you’ll get the most out of it. Here are several tips for getting started with this cloud platform.

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How Digital Transformation is Changing the Workplace for the Better

Posted by Cloud Business on 10-Oct-2017 14:51:56

Last week, we held our Digital Productivity in the Workplace Seminar. There was a lot of great insight into how tools like Office 365 are changing the workplace for the better. 

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What you didn’t know about Office 365

Posted by Greg Henley on 03-Oct-2017 14:51:34

You probably use it to send emails in Outlook and save dates in your Calendar. But did you know you can use other Office 365 apps to do so much more?

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Azure AD and Microsoft Intune. Using the cloud to modernise enterprise mobility

Posted by Ben Owens on 28-Nov-2016 10:59:36

In the modern workplace employees are increasingly dependent on mobile devices to complete daily work tasks, but with these demands come unique security challenges.

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

Posted by James Stone on 11-Jan-2016 11:42:00

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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How to set up Skype for Business meetings in Outlook

Posted by Victoria Ross on 01-Sep-2015 12:24:38

At Cloud Business we use Skype for Business for our online meetings all the time. I thought showing you how to utilize Skype for Business would be useful for any Office 365 newbies out there!

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Two things you didn't know about Microsoft Azure

Posted by Mike Parker on 07-Aug-2015 11:00:00

Earlier this year Microsoft made some small but very important changes to Azure which you might have missed.

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Infopedia is launched at Microsoft Ignite

Posted by Brendan Clarke on 15-May-2015 11:50:00

Whilst I worked at Microsoft one resource we all used continually was a knowledge management portal known internally as “Infopedia”. It was a search driven SharePoint portal that allowed you to find information (documents, presentation and experts) on pretty much everything. Back in those days it was a combination of search results and pages that were curated by subject matter experts (a little like WikiPedia).

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OneDrive for Business news released at Microsoft Ignite

Posted by David Bishop on 07-May-2015 17:37:00

I've been lucky enough to be in Chicago for the Microsoft Ignite conference this week, and here are some points I have picked up about changes to OneDrive for Business.

Microsoft have been talking about their current storage solutions on OneDrive for Business and they have realised the enterprise storage solution isn't enough for what you need. What Microsoft are also doing is changing that.

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Outlook 2013 Single Sign on with Office 365

Posted by David Sampson on 04-Mar-2015 11:54:00

 

Recently Microsoft announced the release of updates to Office 2013 clients and Office 365 to support new authentication flows enabled by the Active Directory Authentication Library (ADAL). Now this article is a little confusing so what does this actually mean?

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SMBs using Gaming Tools for Innovation

Posted by Jacob Uzzell on 22-Dec-2012 00:50:01
The Kinect

When Microsoft launched the Kinect as an addition for the Xbox 360, few would have predicted how successful the vocal recognition and motion tracking camera would be, not just for gaming, but beyond it as well. With the blessing of Microsoft, developers, researchers and companies have used the Kinect for a wide variety of purposes.

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