Digital Cloud

Fight Back Against Cyber-Crooks In The Cloud – And Win

Many people don’t realize that their cloud applications, such as Office 365, are not being backed up by cloud service providers. Microsoft states that it is not their responsibility in its Services Agreement. To fully protect your company’s data, you need to backup and secure the data in your cloud applications; otherwise, you’re missing a massive chunk of information in your Disaster Recovery Plan.
Email Phishing

Clever Attack Hijacks Your MSO365 Account

The bad guys are at it again. This time they've created a campaign designed to steal your MSO365 credentials.
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6 Office 365 secret tips and tricks

While you may have mastered many basic and intermediate capabilities of Office 365, there are probably a few productivity-enhancing features and options you haven’t used. To help you deepen your skills, we've prepared a list of little-known tips and tricks that could surprise you.

Microsoft Rolling Out Focused Inbox

Microsoft announced that they're rolling out Focused Inbox that replaces the Clutter Folder. Users are cheering the world over!

Open Communication Channels Are Vital To Recovery

Planned and tested communication channels are vital to a written Disaster Recovery Plan. Poor communication often results in data loss.

Worried About A Microsoft Software Audit?

Worried that Microsoft will audit your software licenses? Then use Office 365 instead of purchasing boxed versions of Office.

12 Reasons To Convert To Microsoft Office 365

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Make Hosted Exchange A Part Of Your BDR Program

As business people, I think we all agree that email is essential…