Who owns the cloud?

Remember floppy disks? Or CD-Rs? Or thumb drives? When you wanted to store files somewhere, you’d copy them to a physical medium that kept them. Then you’d use them at your leisure. You also installed programs from a floppy or a CD-ROM.

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Challenges of remote work for employers

COVID-19 changed many things, and perhaps the biggest was remote work. Companies that had long been resistant to letting their employees leave the office decided to incorporate full-time work-from-home policies, even after the pandemic restrictions were loosened. The genie is out of the bottle, and there’s no putting it back in.

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Does Microsoft have a cloud service?

Millions of organizations and individuals use cloud services to ensure their information and data are secure. Cloud computing consists of storage, databases, networking, software, analytics, and more. It’s great for efficiency, especially for those who work remotely.

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Office 365 anti-phishing policy

If you’ve ever received a suspicious email or text message from someone asking you for your personal information, you probably know what phishing is and how to identify it. Unfortunately, many people aren’t aware of phishing, how to identify it, or what services can help deter these scams.

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Are people more productive working from home?

Before the global pandemic, most businesses worked in-office rather than at home. That has since changed, and more companies now offer in-office, remote, or hybrid work, which creates the big question: How does remote work affect productivity?

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How do businesses use Microsoft Teams?

Email, shared drive networks, phone, and video conferencing are all tools that have grown in popularity as business requires a further reach to get the job done. With the growing prominence of remote work, the challenge of integrating the tools of old and working with their potential problems required a more modern and seamless solution. 

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