Like us, your business probably already puts ongoing effort into improving efficiency. Over the last couple of years, we had already used up-and-coming technologies to shave operating costs and increase return on our efforts. In business, though, it is never wise to rest on our laurels. When we had a chance to work with Microsoft’s Power BI app, included with our Microsoft 365 licence, we were keen to see if it could help us to do better. Spoiler alert: it did.
The official rebranding of Microsoft’s productivity suite to Microsoft 365 may be a little confusing, but the actual subscription packages have remained the same. Here is what you need to know…
The one constant about business technology is that it is forever changing. This state of flux is what draws the creators, the innovators and the inventors to a career path that is endlessly eventful. The emergence of cloud, though, has caused a level of acceleration akin to Usain Bolt in an Olympic final. At the centre of this new technology world is Microsoft Azure, the cloud platform of choice for businesses of all types and sizes.
So, what is Azure, what should you know about it, and how do you know if it is the right platform for you? Here’s a quick FAQ to get you started.
Some changes, no matter how beneficial, can be challenging. Others, with the right knowledge, can be surprisingly simple. Switching to Office 365 falls firmly into the latter. As with any business change, the more you know, the more you gain.
Microsoft has officially launched Windows 10. The new package is set to revolutionise the way software is managed by offering a ‘software as a service’. Here are some of the new features: