Guest Blog: Field Marketing – A Guide to for Medium sized Businesses

When it comes to field marketing, the owners of medium sized businesses may feel that it is a resource available solely to large companies or multi-national brands and, whilst the it is true that most mid-to-large size businesses outsource field marketing campaigns to professional agencies, it is possible for smaller businesses to carry out similar…


Sharepoint: A great tool for business

As we know, Microsoft is intertwined with the enterprise business world. In fact, this reputation has been the source of ridicule from Apple users and the like. However, it’s safe to assume that most businesses in the world have used a Microsoft product at some point in time. SharePoint is considered one of the most…


TechDays Online is back!

We’re bringing back Tech.Days Online on the 24th/25th & 26th of April.  This time with more days and more topics.  Simon and Andrew will be back and we’ll be introducing some new faces as well!   We will also be providing free MVA points for the learning!  If you can’t spare the time to get out of the office or…


Three ways to secure your data

  In business, the value of information and knowledge is well understood. That is why companies are always in the lookout for different ways of securing their data. Read on to learn what businesses can do to keep their data secure.          1. Data Encryption  In data encryption, a computer program uses a mathematical algorithm…


Mark your calendars for February 27th

Mark your calendars for February 27th Join us at our Virtual Launch Event on February 27th as we celebrate the availability of a major new release coming to Office 365 for businesses.  If you are exploring cloud offerings, you do not want to miss this event.  You’ll hear from Kurt DelBene, President of the Microsoft…


What are leaders referring to when they talk about business productivity?

What are leaders referring to when they talk about business productivity? Business leaders constantly talk about the importance of raising productivity levels within the workplace, and with good reason. But what exactly are they talking about – and how is productivity measured? According to the Oxford English Dictionary, productivity is defined as: ‘The effectiveness of productive…


Boosting productivity without creating unreasonable demands

[View:] As small business leaders seek productivity gains, it is important to set realistic targets. Small business leaders are well aware of the importance of maximising the productivity of their workers. Even if they are able to increased performance and output by just two or three per cent in each individual they employ, these can…


Why Office 365 is essential for medium-sized businesses?

The new Office provides anywhere access to your familiar Office applications, email, calendar, video conferencing, and most up-to-date documents, across your devices – from PCs to smartphones to tablets. It provides easy-to-use admin controls and the ability to install Office quickly without the need to uninstall previous versions. Always have access to the latest technology…


Guest Blog – Windows 8 is not a Porsche

  This may seem like a bizarre statement, but Windows has always reminded me of a Porsche. Wait, hear me out….. I’m not talking about a Microsoft style, panache or over-indulgence – I’m talking about the theory behind their design. Porsche have evolved their products slowly over time. They may add some cool new features…


Keep Productivity High despite poor weather conditions

[View:]Brits missed 51.4 million working hours last week as a result of the poor weather conditions, a new survey has revealed. Research commissioned by Green Flag Breakdown reveals that more than 8.5 million UK adults – 18 per cent of the population – were unable to work their contracted hours because of the adverse weather….