What if I told you is all you need to operate a full-fledged business network is an internet connection? But when do you make that investment, that leap to actually owning more than a laptops and a printer? What would you think if I told you that you didn’t have to make that decision right now or maybe ever?
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Part of the new CIE (Customer Immersion Experience, formerly known as MEC) program, QuickSessions are essentially a virtual version of the physical kit, hosted in the powerful and growing Microsoft Azure cloud service. Certified CIE instructors can access this tool to easily provide a login "persona" in an Azure virtual machine — giving customers the ability to experience a full Office 365 environment from anywhere.
Microsoft's CEO is known for his "cloud-first, mobile-first" approach — and it seems that the latest versions of Microsoft Office are playing directly into this vision...
Does your website render properly on all screen sizes from cell phones to TVs? To compete in today's world, your website redesign should be high on your list. You need to be able to reach your customers anywhere, anytime.
Increasingly, teachers are bringing students into the digital age with classroom assets such as tablets and interactive lessons. OneNote Class Notebooks take this to the next level with compelling interactive features for students as well as flexibility and organization for teachers.
Stagefright is believed to be the worst Android vulnerability ever, and it is believed this affects approximately 95% of all Android devices in use today. Attackers can steal data from infected phones, as well as hijacking the microphone and camera.
A campaign is in progress as of this writing targeting Windows 8 users who have yet to receive the “Get Windows 10” app icon. Users that open the email, unzip, and run the attached executable are soon greeted by a ransomware variant called CTB-Locker.
Paid subscriptions to Microsoft Office 365 come with a free (simple) subscription to Microsoft Azure Active Directory. This powers the Office 365 directory service on the back end. It may not be immediately apparent to many users, but it's quite simple — add a user in the Office 365 admin interface, and you'll see it in Azure AD. It's easy to access a connected Azure AD account — all the admin has to do is sign up for an Azure account with the admin's user ID, and they'll be linked.
Are you concerned about sensitive documents being accessed by those who have not been granted rights?
On April 14, 2015, the next version of Lync became Skype for Business with a new client experience, new server release, and updates to the service in Office 365.