Many businesses using Microsoft 365 prefer to have the latest versions of the productivity suite's applications. Some businesses prefer to get updates as soon as they become available, while others prefer to update their systems on a predictable schedule.
With the COVID-19 lockdowns forcing most economic sectors to slow down, cloud technology can help your business survive and remain competitive. More specifically, you can cut costs and increase operational efficiency using the cloud.
Ensuring continuity and efficiency with the cloud
The need to stay at home and practice social distancing have changed the way many businesses operate.
Multiple things can disrupt the operations of small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs), such as natural disasters or cyberattacks. This can lead to lost revenue, or in some extreme cases, business closure. But having a concrete business continuity plan (BCP) in place will help your business recover quickly after a disaster.
Organizations spend resources on keeping their technology and devices secure, but they often overlook one crucial piece of hardware: printers. Printers, just like computers and Wi-Fi networks, can be an entry point for hackers and a gateway to your business’s sensitive information.
Printers are one of the most frustrating computer hardware to fix. They will often display an error message that tells you little about how to solve the issue. But by being aware of some of the most common printer problems and how to troubleshoot them, you can fix the issues and stay productive.
If you're a mid-sized business transitioning to a work from home (WFH) setup, slow internet is bound to cause problems. Residential internet connections are not as good as enterprise-level ones, and your home network might not be equipped to handle video conferencing, file sharing, and other work tasks requiring a sufficient amount of bandwidth.
Microsoft recently launched its new slate of consumer service plans: Microsoft 365 (M365) Personal and Family. This will replace Office 365 (O365) Home and Personal, signaling the shift of the company’s consumer bundles from just a set of tools to powerful solutions that help you manage both work and life.
The term “viral” has taken its original meaning, thanks to the novel coronavirus infecting millions and killing thousands of people all over the world. As it rages on, we can see how cloud computing is helping us push through these trying times.
Cloud computing helps buoy economies
For many people, being forced to stay at home means being unable to earn money or spend money on in-person services and activities that form dense congregations, such as watching movies or attending concerts.
Businesses across the globe have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. Many have been forced to close their doors, some only temporarily, but countless others for good. With experts saying there’s no guarantee of a rapid economic recovery, it’s important that you reassess and redefine your business strategy and buckle down for more storms ahead.
Earlier this year, Microsoft released the new version of the Edge browser which was developed using the Chromium source code. This new version of Edge is currently available for Windows 7 and up, as well as macOS. Microsoft Edge is free for download and can be used immediately after installation, but there are some tweaks you can make that will allow you to get the most out of this browser.