With minimal Windows XP support ending next year, it’s time to migrate to another OS. Which one should you choose? We compare the options available and give you tips to help you transition out of XP.
Microsoft has revamped the office environment yet again with Lync. We describe the main features and benefits of Microsoft’s new Office Communicator and how your company can make the best use of this tool.
The IT certification landscape is large and diverse. Since technology from different vendors like Microsoft, Citrix and VMware changes frequently, knowing the impact on your career and be difficult to understand. Use this guide to make sure you start your certification exam prep efforts with the right path in mind.
Sahil Malik has just published the first courses in his new ‘Understanding SharePoint 2013′ series: 1. Basics This course sets the scene by giving you the first taste, touch, and feel of using SharePoint 2013 and Office 365. It will give you an idea of what is it like to be part of a SharePoint [...]
The rivalry between Microsoft and Google isn’t a secret, but it’s never been this public. Microsoft’s new Scroogled ad campaign attacks Google’s use of targeted ads, and things are getting even more heated as Outlook.com is available to the public starting today.
Even a Microsoft MVP has a hard time keeping up with Microsoft’s branding and names for its productivity applications. She breaks down the differences between Office 2013 and 365, and tells you which one is right for you.
In the first part of our two part analysis on the need for standardization of cloud computing we list a series of player in the cloud computing game and what each company brings to the table.
In this interview, Don Jones explains his experience moving to Microsoft Office 365, and some of the different options and potential pitfalls to consider, especially in regards to migration.
Make sure you’ve covered all your bases before migrating to MS Office 365. Check out Brian Desmond’s tips for a smoother migration, and how to prepare the organization for such a significant platform move to the “cloud.”
Microsoft Office 365 runs all of the necessary software and applications that a small business needs and the setup can be accomplished by any reasonably tech savvy small business owner. See how to setup an Office 365 team, permissions and licenses in Office 365 beta.
Microsoft Office 365 is currently in beta and if you haven’t given it a try yet, here’s what you need to learn about the new platform. In this article we’ll take a look at the Office 365 applications, email and calendar functions in Office 365 and more.