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Businesses use tools such as Microsoft 365 and SharePoint to increase their workers’ productivity, but could something as simple as changing working hours also make a difference?
Many businesses are following recent trends and considering moving some or all of their computing systems to the cloud in 2019. This makes sense of course, but there are certain issues with cloud computing all business owners should make sure they have considered before taking the plunge.
A new year offers a good time to ponder on future trends over the next 12 months. One trend many IT experts agree on for 2019 is greater use of artificial intelligence (AI) in content management.
Tech giants like Microsoft and Google are encouraging both businesses and personal computer users to move to cloud computing, but aside from its practical benefits, can the cloud make a difference to our environment?
A government review is urging small companies to adopt technology, including cloud computing, to improve productivity.
With the rise of flexible working practices, the question is often asked over whether it is necessary for businesses to insist on their employees attending a workplace, and what role collaborative software can play in making remote working easier.
Microsoft has announced it is adding new features and options to SharePoint and Teams, changes which could encourage more companies to subscribe to SharePoint and Office 365.
The on-premises version of SharePoint has been around since the early days of the internet. With many early internet technologies now obsolete, concerns have from time to time been expressed that SharePoint, like many of its contemporary technologies, will fade.
The new Mac mini, launched recently by Apple, is much more powerful than its predecessor and could find a use in business as a workstation.
The price of Office 2019 licences is increasing by around 10% compared to Office 2016 licences, which will be the first increase since Office 2010 launched.
During its Ignite event at the beginning of October, Microsoft made several announcements regarding new features SharePoint and OneDrive users could expect over the next few months. A few of these additions have already begun to appear and more should be on the way by the end of 2018.
At the Professional Developers Conference in Los Angeles in 2008, Microsoft announced the official launch of its cloud-based operating system, which until then had been shrouded in secrecy. Originally code named Red Dog after a well-known Silicon Valley dive, Azure has gone on to become an integral part of vast number of applications developed by the company for both internal and external partners.
Microsoft has used two financial services industry gatherings taking place in October to outline its ventures into the world of financial technology.
Microsoft is increasing its reputation for creating useful and occasionally whimsical smartphone apps with the release of two new ones for managing expenses and syncing photos and other data with Android devices.
After the success of our Modern Workplace event in London we’re taking to the road and bringing our talk to Manchester. So, if you missed the event last time, this is the perfect opportunity to come along and hear the latest on Office 365 whilst also networking with some of the best people in technology, collaboration and communications.
Microsoft is furthering its healthcare initiatives by partnering with two pioneering firms working in the fields of precision medicine and immune disorder research.
At Microsoft’s recent Ignite event in Orlando, Florida, the company provided details on several new updates coming to SharePoint, also outlining its overall goals for the enterprise social network collaboration platform going forward.
At an intimate event in New York City in early October, Microsoft unveiled a number of new and upgraded devices in its Surface line up.
At the September Ignite event in Orlando, Florida, Microsoft made several announcements regarding what it soon intends to bring to its industry standard Office 365 productivity suite.
Microsoft is preparing its vision for the future of workplace computer technology with the unveiling of the Surface Hub 2.