Statistics for Teams

Satya Nadella, CEO of Microsoft, says he looks forward to new working practices emerging post-Covid-19, with collaboration seamlessly fitting in with tools for remote working “We saw more than 200 million meeting participants in a single day this month, generating more than 4.1 billion meeting minutes. In healthcare alone, there were more than 34 million Teams meetings in the past …

Microsoft renames Office 365 – here’s what you need to know

On 21st April 2020, Microsoft will be updating the names of its Office 365 subscriptions for small and medium businesses. So what do you need to know? The good news is that there are no price or feature changes for the subscriptions and there are no changes to the Office 365 for Enterprise or Education product names. You don’t need to …

Your Covid-19 security guide

As the coronavirus pandemic develops, working from home for non-key workers is no longer optional: it is compulsory. The transition to full-time home working was sudden, and for many workforces it is a new and unwelcome change. Remote working presents many logistical issues for those companies that haven’t already bred it into their culture and, for many, the last few …

Teams ! Tips Tricks and Treats

If you consider Zoom is great to meet people we like to think Teams is where you meet and get business done. Please find our mini tips guide and we hope its useful. [pdf-embedder url=”https://secureservercdn.net/160.153.137.99/rgf.0da.myftpupload.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Teams-Tips-Tricks-and-Treats.pdf” title=”Teams ! Tips Tricks and Treats”]

Microsoft Teams latest updates

Over the last month remote working has become more important than ever, and since Microsoft introduced their solution to communication and productivity it’s become the go to choice for companies across the globe. It’s just celebrated it’s third birthday of keeping employee’s connected from the comfort of their own home and with that comes a selection of new features to …

Are you still running Windows 7?

Microsoft support for Windows 7 is over. It came to an end on January 14 which means Windows 7 users will no longer receive software updates, including critical security patches. So basically, if you’re still using Windows 7, you’re really vulnerable to cybersecurity risks, viruses and malware– it’s not a great place for your data to be. So, what now? …

Notes from your Chief Security Officer

Currently Microsoft is spending billions each year on cybersecurity research and development. On top of this, Microsoft employs thousands of cybersecurity experts to constantly improve the speed, responsiveness, and strength of their security services. Then there’s the thousands of other people monitoring and neutralizing the threats and attacks spreading around the globe. Right now, the largest organizations in the world …