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bruce.banner0097
Jul 14, 2021
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1. Unmatched Collaboration Thanks to SharePoint team members can easily remain connected while being able to share files and updates throughout a app development project. The latest collaboration features of SharePoint allows real time streaming of information allowing more ease in accessing and sharing information within an organisation. 2. Custom Suited To The Development Need SharePoint comes packed with an array of most sophisticated and unique tools to tweak the features as per the need of the development project in hand. Thanks to SharePoint you can build lot of custom features and give your app an array of custom tools. With SharePoint, the developers enjoy the ease of integrating various features in any application of your choice. You can tweak the components and integrate them as per your suitability for the development project in question. The entire user experience can be treated with custom attributes associated with your business brand. 3. Easy To Handle Centralised Administration SharePoint allows deeper control and comprehensive mechanism to administer the whole platform. It comes with a console for central administration which allows all the app management features, system specific settings, backup, restoration and upgrading capabilities, configuration wizards, etc within a single location. 4. Robust Security And Integrity SharePoint comes with robust security and integrity features. The integrated security features of the platform helps protecting the integrity of the app data from all sorts of unauthorised access. Some of these security and integrity features that make SharePoint an ideal collaboration platform include managing permissions, ability to see all the subsequent editing and revisions made to any document and different layers of security both at the level of document and the overall app level. 5. Lower Learning Curve And Ease Of Use Thanks to SharePoint developers now can develop the solutions and business tools without really needing the involvement of a professional developer. This data management and collaboration platform offers optimum ease of use and can be managed without any deep knowledge of coding. Whether you need to update your website or just need to give your development team some specific tools, SharePoint allows you to do so. Additional info: Tenant to Tenant Migration Office 365 SharePoint | Dropbox to SharePoint Migration Regards, Bruce
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bruce.banner0097
Jul 14, 2021
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1. On-demand scalability Business needs change over time, whether for growth or downsizing, which makes scalability a core concern for any infrastructure-related investment. Microsoft Azure’s public cloud framework allows organizations to increase their storage space and computing power on demand, ensuring maximum capacity during short-term bursts of traffic and long-term expansion projects. Azure was designed to scale alongside businesses, meaning users can adjust their service agreements to prevent disruption of their high-load applications. 2. No on-site hardware required Owning and operating on-premise data storage equipment comes with high upfront costs and consistent overhead, which can eat into a company’s IT budget. By moving their data, applications and computing processes to the cloud, organizations can essentially eliminate the need for on-site hardware. Businesses looking to keep some of their processes on private servers, whether due to convenience or compliance issues, can build a hybrid cloud environment using Azure’s advanced networking features. 3. Cost-effective subscription models Microsoft Azure’s consumption based pricing structure allows small businesses and large enterprises to better manage their IT budgets and leverage the exact cloud features they need. This usage-based model is highly effective for decreasing infrastructure costs, reducing the burden placed on in-house IT management and streamlining cross-departmental workflows. If issues arise, users are backed by Microsoft’s extensive knowledge base and 24-hour support team. 4. High availability Unlike many of the competing cloud service vendors, Microsoft Azure provides high availability and redundancy across all of its data centers. The tech giant operates in 55 regions worldwide and is available in 140 countries, making Azure well-suited to companies with a global reach. Because of its massive presence, Microsoft is able to offer a service-level agreement that ensures 99.95% availability, which amounts to under 4.5 hours of downtime per year. 5. Enterprise-level development tools With Microsoft Azure, organizations can build, deploy and manage their own custom web apps using a variety of popular tools and programming languages, including .NET, Java, Python, Kubernetes and much more. This flexibility enables users to create next-generation applications for web and mobile devices, while also utilizing a host of management resources, from container orchestration to automatic updates. Additionally, Azure’s end-to-end development platform features dedicated testing environments that help companies optimize their internal web apps and customer-facing experiences. Learn more: Azure Windows 10 VM | Azure Data Migration Regards, Brucee
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bruce.banner0097
Jul 14, 2021
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1. The Ability to Work Remotely 70% of modern professionals work remotely at least one day a week, and 53% do at least half of the week—so as more and more businesses adopt remote work policies, it’s important that you’re able to give your virtual teams access to the tools and technologies necessary to work effectively on-the-go. One of the main advantages of Office 365 is that it allows users to work from anywhere as long as they have internet connectivity. Because Office 365 is entirely cloud-based, emails, files, and popular Office programs (such as Word, PowerPoint, and Excel) can be accessed from any location and any device. This is especially beneficial for companies with a lot of employees who work remotely or travel often. 2. Subscription-Based Model for Scalable Business Growth Office 365 gives you enhanced flexibility and can quickly scale as your business does. For starters, you’ll be able to mix and match business apps to create your own custom solution to meet the exact needs of each user or department. Plus, one of the main benefits of Office 365’s subscription-based model is that you can add or remove users by simply adding or removing licenses. This way, if an employee leaves, you can stop paying for the software-as-a-service rather than continuing to pay for an account that is no longer being used. If a new employee is hired, you can add a new account without having to change the entire system. Without having to make a permanent commitment to a software license for each employee, your business can scale in a simplified, cost-effective way. 3. Streamlined Business Collaboration If you have a lot of remote employees in your business, collaboration can suffer when every team member isn’t working from the same location. Without that constant face-to-face interaction, your employees will need access to modern business collaboration tools that make it possible to brainstorm, work together on a project, or go over edits and approvals remotely and in real-time. Since Office 365 is a subscription-based service that uses online connectivity features, its collaboration features are designed with remote workers in mind. For example, with Office 365 Business Premium, your employees will be able to utilize Microsoft Teams, Microsoft’s all-in-one collaboration hub. Users will be able to work on and edit online documents simultaneously, share notes and go over edits in-real time, and join audio or video conferences to discuss changes or give approvals—even when all the team members involved aren’t physically together. 4. Simplified Virtual Communication According to Buffer’s 2019 State of Remote Work Report, 17% of remote workers claim communication and collaboration is the biggest struggle of working remotely. So, giving your remote employees the tools they need to communicate with their teams effectively can mean the difference between engaged, successful teams and isolated, unhappy employees. Many of Office 365’s features and benefits are designed to make effective remote communication possible. With Microsoft Teams, Skype for Business, Outlook Groups, Sway, Yammer, SharePoint, and other Office 365 apps, users will be able to communicate more effectively than ever before—no matter where they are working from or what device they’re using. 5. Reduced Software Expenses One of the biggest advantages of Office 365 is that it can help your business save big on software expenses. As a subscription-based software, you only need to pay for the software you’re actually using. Since not every employee will need the same tier of software based on their job role or security clearance, you can mix and match plans as needed. For example, you could use Business Premium or Office 365 Enterprise E3 for your highest-end users that need additional capabilities, such as C-Suite executives or team managers. Then, your rank-and-file employees can leverage the less expensive Office 365 Business Essentials plan—this saves you from having to pay more for all the extra tools they won’t ever need to use. 6. Advanced Security Features Keeping data secure should be a priority for every digitally-driven business. One of the major benefits of having a subscription-based software like Office 365 Business Premium is that since it’s continuously-updated, you’ll always have the latest security patch without having to make manual updates or purchase add-ons. Plus, by investing in the Business Premium version of Office 365, you’ll get data encryption both at rest and in transit, enforced multifactor authentication for users, region-based data residency, and phishing email protection through Outlook. These Office 365 features and benefits can give you peace of mind that your data will stay secure, even with employees accessing it from various locations and devices. More info: Office 365 Education | GCC High Office 365 Regards, Bruce
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bruce.banner0097
Jul 14, 2021
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Microsoft Access is a software you can use to store, edit, and organize large pools of data. Unlike Excel, Access has more safeguards in place to prevent human error. You'll also be able to manage more data for your company. Continue reading to learn about the other advantages of Microsoft Access. Our Microsoft Access consultants are ready to help! Prevent Human Error Do you have an Excel spreadsheet that's too long to be useful? If so, you may want to consider Microsoft Access. MS Access catches inconsistencies caused by human error. For example, your team may have entered the same client under different names by accident. (Think "Grand Rapids Heating & Plumbing" vs. "Grand Rapids Heating"). When this happens, it's difficult to pull all the information you need for a client. However, Microsoft Access is equipped to prevent these types of mistakes. Create User Interfaces The "user interface" is the screen your employees will see when they enter or edit data. In Access, you're able to create forms that only show the fields necessary for employees to do their jobs. This also gives your company better information security. That way, your employees don't have full access to your company records. We understand that you don’t want to think of your employees as being dishonest, but it’s better to be safe than sorry. Create Permissions for Users Your employees should only be able to access the information they need for their job. There's no reason why they should have total access to all your company's data. This is where we come in. Our Microsoft Access consultants will be able to create permissions for different users. That way, you're able to beef up your information security. We're also able to password-protect and encrypt files for your peace of mind. Share Your Findings Certain types of data can inform your business decisions moving forward. For example, you may want to see how many new leads you've gotten after a marketing campaign. One of the major benefits of Microsoft Access is that it's simple to share your findings with others. When you make a report in Microsoft Access, you can print, export, or email it to other members of your team. That way, you'll be able to share your findings and collaborate with ease. Communicating with colleagues is especially important to grow and scale your business. You want to make sure you’re sending the rights ideas to the right people and Microsoft access helps with this by keeping your data organized. Know more: Microsoft Access Online | Virtual Desktop Cloud Regards, Bruce
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bruce.banner0097
Jul 14, 2021
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Step 1: Download the QuickBooks Tool Hub The QuickBooks Tool Hub helps fix common errors. For the best experience, we recommend using Tool Hub on Windows 10, 64-bit. Close QuickBooks. Download the most recent version (1.5.0.0) of the QuickBooks Tool Hub. Save the file somewhere you can easily find it (like your Downloads folder or your Windows desktop). Note: If you've installed Tool Hub before, you can find out which version you have. Select the Home tab. The version will be on the bottom. Open the file you downloaded (QuickBooksToolHub.exe). Follow the on-screen steps to install and agree to the terms and conditions. When the install finishes, double-click the icon on your Windows desktop to open the tool hub. Step 2: Use the QuickBooks Install Diagnostic Tool Open the QuickBooks Tool Hub. In the tool hub, select Installation Issues. Select QuickBooks Install Diagnostic Tool. Let the tool run. It can take up to 20 minutes. When the tool finishes, restart your computer. Step 3: Update Windows Window updates prevent and often fix install errors. Check out Windows Update: FAQ on how to update your version of Windows from Microsoft, Once the update finishes, restart your computer. If you could open QuickBooks before you saw the error, Open QuickBooks and your company file. If you weren't able to install QuickBooks, install QuickBooks Desktop again. If you can install and open QuickBooks, you're good to go. If you continue to see issues, move to Step 4. Step 4: Manually fix Windows components If the QuickBooks Install Tool and the update didn’t fix the error, you can repair specific Windows components yourself. You should only do these steps if you’re an IT professional, confident Windows user, or have help from Microsoft support experts. Repair or reinstall Microsoft .NET Framework Repair Microsoft MSXML More info: QuickBooks for Mac | QuickBooks Desktop Enterprise Regards, Bruce
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