James Nagurney - National Business Development Manager
James Nagurney
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Kurt Hildebrand - Director of Practices and Initiatives for Enterprise Storage
Kurt Hildebrand
Director of Practices and Initiatives for Enterprise Storage
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Lane Shelton
Vice President of Software Business Development
Rich Faille - Director of Mobility Practice
Rich Faille
Director of the Mobility Practice
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Tony D'Ancona
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The Office you Love—Now on an iPad

iPad Integration comes to Office 365

by Brian Hanson | Thursday, April 17, 2014

Office 365 for iPad has some great new features I wanted to share, that will be rolling out later this year.

Office 365 on iPad, iPod and iPhoneApple® iPad integration comes with most of the existing Office 365 plan options. So, if someone already has an existing Office 365 subscription, this will be updated for free. Another reason to love Office 365!! And there are many more…

Now the apps that you are so familiar with work even better on your iPad. Inspiring more collaboration, more mobility, with less hassle, and less reformatting issues. Here’s how Microsoft describes it, “Office for iPad®: View, create and edit documents with touch-friendly Word, Excel, and PowerPoint apps. You can count on Office for iPad to keep your content and formatting intact, so the document looks great when you’re back on your PC or Mac. In Word, add comments or track changes while you work together with others. Review and update Excel spreadsheets and easily add formulas or charts. Make changes to PowerPoint presentations and project them wirelessly on a big screen.”

Get Started on Your BYOD Strategy with the Right Partner

PC Connection Can See You All the Way Through

by Rich Faille | 04.16.14

If you’re on the path to implementing a BYOD strategy, you need to be aware of how it’s going to change your environment. The impact on your organization can vary from very minor changes to your IT environment all the way to strategic changes, which could require core infrastructure upgrades. In addition, the complexity of BYOD strategies can run the gamut from minor changes and a straightforward implementation in smaller organizations that just need basic user access, to the highest levels of security—for example, in government agencies. Determining and understanding the impacts of a BYOD strategy on your infrastructure can be complex, and that’s where forming the right partnership with an experienced IT provider comes in. Read on for more information about the value of working with a partner to put your BYOD policies in place.

Storage Modernization – Boost Performance & Save Money

Why Sensible Storage Matters

Get the Boost You Need and Save Money Along the Way

by Kurt Hildebrand | 04.14.14

There are two simple truths when it comes to storage: every organization has data they need to store, secure, and manage—and that amount of data is increasing every day. We live in the information age—and it’s revolutionized the way we do business. Data has become the all-powerful tool we use to better connect with customers, make smarter investment decisions, predict industry trends, and much more. So if data’s role has changed, why do we still use the same storage technology that’s been around for twenty or thirty years? Well, that’s all beginning to change.