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Office 365

Moving on Up to Office 365

What You Need to Know

by Patrick Renzi | 07.21.14

Moving to Office 365 is exciting, but it doesn’t have to be hard. You have enough on your plate already, so why stress over the unknown? PC Connection, Inc. is a premier Office 365 partner with Microsoft. Our Cloud software practice has taken proactive steps to make it an easy transition to Office 365. Here are some tips to make your transition a breeze.

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Education today isn’t just about lectures, homework, and textbooks. Now don’t worry, the fundamentals aren’t going anywhere—but for career success after high school, students need an in-depth understanding of the latest tools and technologies as well. Nebraska’s Hershey Public School District knows the value of IT in education, which is why they partnered with Lenovo and the PC Connection, Inc. family of companies to build a 21st century learning environment.

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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.

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Apple iOS in Business

Taking Care of Business with iOS

Go Mobile with Apple’s Trusted Operating System

by Teri Grossheim | 11.22.13

There’s no doubt mobile technologies are quickly becoming part of the employee toolset as many organizations roll out BYOD initiatives or distribute corporate-owned devices. In many cases, management and executives are choosing iOS devices, as enterprise initiatives or even by executive users’ demand. Personal technologies deliver tremendous flexibility to your workforce but also present various control and security concerns. If you decide to go mobile, you’ll need to change your approach to delivering services, managing support, and protecting your assets. What’s more, Apple—and more specifically, iOS devices—are traditionally thought of as consumer products, separate from traditional enterprise technologies. But we can see that perception beginning to change. Are those devices truly ready for business? Read on for insights into iOS features and integration feasibility.

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Put the Right Mobile Devices in Your Users' Hands

Balance the Desire for New Technology with the Need for Security

by Mike Vanderkieft | 10.22.13

Over the past few years, organizations have increasingly moved away from the traditional desktop PC and toward more mobile computing platforms. Users are clamoring for devices with innovative features, intuitive controls, and seamless connectivity—like those they enjoy at home. Not only that, but new form factors and new technology can revolutionize the way your users create, collaborate, and communicate. Not surprisingly, touchscreen tablets are at the top of most users’ wish lists, as they offer the most compelling feature sets. But what is the best way to securely integrate a fleet of tablets into your organization? Read on, and I’ll tell you.

Tags:Mobile Device ManagementMobilityTabletsWindows 8

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