While cloud computing has brought several benefits to the way small businesses (and non-profits alike) operate, there are some disadvantages to consider prior to becoming completely dependent on the cloud.
Perhaps the most well know concern end-users face when considering cloud migrations involve data sovereignty. As these concerns have been addressed in previous posts, we will focus here within, on other roadblocks that operating on cloud-based technology can present.
Made available for preview during the summer of 2016, Microsoft Stream now allows businesses to upload and share videos to improve communication, participation and learning throughout their organization. We’ll investigate how the latest Office 365 offering can impact the workplace, and see it if delivers as Microsoft promises –to empower organizations with better ways to get work done.
Law firms of all sizes rely heavily on the ebb and flow of documents to successfully manage client matters. With several tools on the market that claim to meet the needs of your law firm, we will investigate the two top contenders that lead the way to successful document management. Read more +
As part of Office 365’s productivity suite, Microsoft has extended its cloud based offerings with interactive calendar features. We’ll have a look at two separate calendar solutions, that will free up administrative duties, empower your clientele, and perhaps free up your phone lines. Eliminating the back and forth of scheduling communications with these solutions may make scheduling appointments and booking rooms much more efficient for your organization. Read more +
Technology has undoubtedly changed the way businesses and consumers interact; a shift that has even affected the way the non-profit sector achieves its mission. Non-Profits need to gain support in channels where their message can gain maximum exposure, and require the proper resources to do so. Moving beyond social media engagement to incorporating mission-critical software and technology is key to driving success with your board, members and donors. Read more +
Microsoft has been striving to dominate the enterprise workforce, and continues to do so by offering more tools through Office 365. Office Sway is Microsoft’s latest presentation tool that is now available for free not only for Office 365 subscribers, but also for those using Windows 10, iPhone and iPads. Here at Compulite our collaboration team goes beyond providing computer services, and have highlighted the top 3 reasons you need to explore Sway: Read more +
Later this year, Windows users will be able to see first-hand how Microsoft has kept its traditional Office experience intact, while moving towards a mobile, cloud centric world. Mac users with an Office 365 subscription have already had the chance to review what’s new or improved within the suite. For those who have yet to examine the new components, Compulite’s consulting services practice has broken down all the new or improved features users can anticipate.