Microsoft recently surpassed 85 Million business users on the Office 365 platform, and it appears there is no end in site. Office 365 offers many benefits to businesses, including collaboration tools, built in security and compliance features, and automatic updates . What's the catch?
A powerful document storage, sharing and communication tool in Office 365
SharePoint Online is a robust document storage, sharing, and communication tool that, until Office 365, was only practical for Enterprise organizations. Today, SharePoint is included in most Office 365 Business plans, expanding into the small and mid-size business market for the first time. SharePoint is the solution to many common business challenges, and is paying off for organizations worldwide.
Topics: Increase Productivity, Office 365 for Business, Microsoft Office 365, What is SharePoint?, SharePoint, What is Sharepoint Online?, Document management solution, Collaboration solution, centralized document library
OneDrive For Business is one of the best productivity tools your business can invest in. It provides a central location to securely store everything in your work life, and provides the modern productivity tools that will take employee productivity to a whole new level.
Many businesses today are looking for solutions to help run their company more efficiently and effectively. However, there may be a resource that is available that you have not considered: Office 365 for Business.
Office 365 is more than just Microsoft Office in the cloud.
Although the suite of Microsoft Office products we are all familiar with such as Word, Excel and Powerpoint are included in Office 365 , I find many decision makers view Office 365 as simply Microsoft Office in the cloud. Actually, Office 365 has many additional features and benefits that have the ability to transform how company's communicate and collaborate. Here are the key points to understand Office 365.
Learn how Exchange Online Increases Productivity, Security, and Control
In 2016, it is estimated that the average employee receives 147 emails a day and spends 13 hours a week reading and sending email. How can Office 365 Exchange Online help todays workforce to increase productivity despite the increasing volumes of communication? Read on to learn 3 key benefits of Exchange Online that are modernizing businesses and increasing employee productivity.
Case Story shows benefits of the Microsoft Cloud
This Microsoft Case Story says it all when it comes to how the cloud can save companies money by eliminating all of the expensive hardware and IT infrastructure necessary to host applications such as email on premises. Learn how this construction company improved communication between their company, customers and vendors while reducing their costs by 80%.
New ransomware is bad news for healthcare organizations
CryptXXX Ransomware provides the scenario we feared most. Not only does CryptXXX encrypt a victims files, but it also copies data off of the victim's computer. This can be consideered unauthorized access, and needs to be reported as a Data Breach. The following article is written by Art Gross, our partner at HIPAA Secure Now. Read his article to learn more about this very dangerous new ransomware, and what you can do to prevent it.
Topics: HIPAA Compliance
Learn How to Prevent a Ransomware Attack
Protect Your Network Before a Ransomware Attack
Learn how to protect your network from a ransomware attack with this video highlighting the critical security practices you need to put in place now. Peter Ayedun, President of IntelliSuite IT Solutions, presents the key components of a layered security strategy to help keep your network secure. He'll educate you on the only way to guarantee you will restore your data safely, but you need to put it in place before you are attacked.
Train your employees to ask these 7 questions before clicking an email link.
The fastest and easiest way for cybercriminals to steal your confidential data or paralyze your network with ransomware is to send an email to your employees and get just one of them to click on a link or open an attachment. That is all they have to do, and once anyone on the network clicks, they criminal has been invited in to do whatever damage they want. Employee education is the key to your corporate security. Teaching them to ask these questions before clicking is one of the most effective security strategies you could implement.