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Simon May explains why Office 365 is so important and how to get the best out of the public beta.
Get the value, power, and simplicity of Microsoft Office 365 for small businesses, a set of web-enabled tools that let you access your email, documents, contacts, and calendars from virtually anywhere
An easy-to-use set of productivity solutions that make it simple for businesses of all sizes to access email, important documents, contacts, and calendars from nearly any location.
Microsoft Office 365 simplifies IT management, while raising the bar on enterprise productivity.
The title of this article is two made up quotes attributable to no one but that are common reactions I get when I talk to IT Professionals about cloud.
Cloud computing has already started to change the way organisations think about their approach to IT.
Once the dust from a new business settles, not all is roses in the world of some cloud productivity tools. David Fearon looks at heading to the next level.
If you're not sure whether you need Windows Intune, or even what it could do for you, watch this video and all will be revealed.
Simon May explains how Windows Intune could revolutionise the way you manage your client PCs.
Learn how you can get the most out of your 30 day trial with the Windows Intune Trial Guide.
Companies of all sizes face a variety of challenges in managing personal computers (PCs) throughout their organizations.
Remote workers in multiple locations. Multiple PC configurations. Limited resources. These are just a few of the challenges that face businesses just like yours every day.
Take advantage of Microsoft’s experience with cloud services and IT infrastructure solutions to manage your PCs.
The IT industry and many IT leaders are fascinated by the opportunities to change the economics of information management afforded by cloud computing.
Cloud computing is being hailed as the biggest change in business IT since client/server.But what are the hard facts about the economics of the Cloud and what is happening at pioneering sites?
Having problems explaining to your executive board why you want to move to cloud computing?