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Keeping Up With Microsoft

From Licensing Changes to the New Windows

by James Nagurney | 12.15.14

More Microsoft news, I hear you cry! And so I am here, with another round of articles about the latest updates, upgrades, and changes our favorite software giant has announced. Read on to learn more about what’s new in Office 365, how Windows 10 is shaping up, and more.



Tags:AppleEnterprise AgreementLicensingMicrosoftOffice 365SmartphonesSoftware AssuranceTabletsWindows 8

Windows 10

Windows 10

What to Expect and Why We Should Care

by Jack Dillman | 12.11.14

Earlier this month Microsoft announced the development of Windows 10. I know, what about Windows 9? Regardless of what Windows 9 could have been, I’m sure all of the ideas —scattered across hundreds of whiteboards in Redmond—were included in the development of Windows 10. I’m excited, because I think Microsoft finally got it right. In our competitive world of devices, both mobile and desktop-based, Windows 10 will be relevant—more relevant than most. Sitting in my local Starbucks, I see 15 people with multiple devices. I see folks with Lenovo and HP Desktops, along with their iPads or iPhones. I see Apple laptops and iPhones or Droid phones. My point is this: there are multiple devices and multiple platforms out there. To the everyday common user, this may not be pertinent. By “everyday common user,” I mean the folks who use their phones for Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, and selfies. However for folks like me who are always working but still want a life, multiple platforms are an inconvenience. Thankfully we can all look forward to Windows 10 to the rescue.

Tags:AppleDeviceLenovoMicrosoftOffice 365Tablets

Cyber Threats

U.S. Department of Homeland Security Has Issued a Cybersecurity Alert for Windows Server 2003

What You Need to Know to Prevent Cyber Threats to Your Organization

by Jonathan Clark | 12.09.14

The US Department of Homeland Security issued a cybersecurity alert this month for Microsoft’s Windows Server 2003, support for which is ending this July 2015. With over 12 million physical servers still running this 11-year-old operating system, organizations will face significant cybersecurity concerns if they continue to run this server OS after July 14, 2015. The impact to both public and private companies running Windows Server 2003 after Microsoft ends support on this product could potentially be astronomical. Are you ready to make the transition? Read on to find out how your business may be affected—and what you can do to prepare.

Tags:HardwareHybrid CloudMicrosoftOffice 365Security

Microsoft Office 365

Microsoft’s Star-Studded Lineup

Office 365 and Others Shine On

by Lane Shelton | 12.04.14

When most people—myself included—hear “Microsoft cloud,” they associate that phrase with Office 365. It’s their flagship cloud offering, and it’s getting a great deal of attention these days. Our team blogs about it, records videos and podcasts about it, and we continue to talk to countless customers about what it might mean for their organization. I believe Office 365 is the brightest star in Microsoft’s sky, but just as the North Star helps make up Ursa Minor (affectionately the Little Dipper) Office 365 is just one star in Microsoft’s constellation of solutions. For more celestial guidance on your IT travels, read on.

Tags:CloudCloud ComputingMicrosoftOffice 365Software

Calculating Route Office 365

Get GPS for Your Microsoft Decisions

by Stacy Cote | 12.03.14

Browse any of the IT headlines these days and you can’t help but notice Office 365 pops up quite a bit. There is a lot of chatter out there about Microsoft’s new platform. Look through the blogs and you’ll find a plethora of questions people have and their struggle to navigate tough decisions on what to do. Our team has learned about numerous wrong turns along the way, folks heading in a direction that just seems to add costs, time, and maybe even a few gray hairs. Our Microsoft team has been on top of this announcement since the beginning. If you’re even just thinking about Office 365 and need a route you can trust, read on. We have your GPS ready.

Tags:Cloud ComputingCloud ServersCloud StorageLicensingMicrosoftOffice 365TabletsWireless

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