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9 Things Your Business Needs to Know About Backup and Disaster Recovery

April 25th, 2016
9 Things Your Business Needs to Know About Backup and Disaster Recovery

Having a proper backup and disaster recovery plan is an essential component to every business - yet is so often overlooked. Whether you’re a large corporation or a small business, you have business data that you wouldn't want to lose. So why aren’t you protecting it?

Think about it, could you imagine walking into your office one day, and finding out that your data was lost? Accounts receivable, customer and prospect contact information, confidential files, important documents that help you run your business - all gone.

Tech Tip of the Month – Handy Outlook Shortcuts

March 14th, 2016
Tech Tip of the Month – Handy Outlook Shortcuts

Use these six Outlook shortcuts for a more efficient email experience.

Trying to browse Outlook faster? These six shortcuts will make checking your email a breeze!

Alt+S: Send email
Alt+R: reply to all in email or switch to the work week calendar view
Alt+W: forward email or switch to the weekly calendar view
Ctrl+M: F9 to Send or Receive all
Ctrl+R: reply to email
Ctrl+G: open the “Go to date” dialog to jump to any date in the calendar

Why Many Businesses Choose Office 365

March 9th, 2016
Why Many Businesses Choose Office 365

Unless you have been vacationing on a remote island (if so I’m jealous and congratulations) then you’ve probably heard of “Office 365”. However, I’m still surprised by the number of businesses who haven’t adopted the technology. The fact of the matter is, all businesses should be using at least a part of Office 365, whether you’re a small business or an enterprise.

WHAT IS VOIP AND IS IT A FIT FOR YOUR BUSINESS?

February 11th, 2016
WHAT IS VOIP AND IS IT A FIT FOR YOUR BUSINESS?

By definition, Voice over IP (VoIP) is the delivery of voice communications over the Internet or over your local company network.

A common misconception is that VoIP phone systems always use the internet to place calls. This is true in the case of Hosted VoIP Systems (located in the Cloud); however most VoIP systems are physically located in your office.