Can you get the most critical applications online again as quickly as possible? Do you have the necessary temporary solutions and high availability? We all hope we’ll never end up in this situation, but if disaster strikes, we need to be ready. Let’s elaborate.
Every day, countless files are sent out between you, your colleagues and your customers. These files are usually saved in your personal OneDrive or the company’s SharePoint – or they might just stay in your mailbox. But be warned: this influx of data could grow so quickly that it becomes nearly impossible to find the information you need in a reasonable time. Luckily, Office 365 can help you find your way in this tangled web of data. Ever heard of Delve?
In October 2017, Microsoft introduced a new addition to its Office 365 suite: Microsoft Teams. The software’s purpose is simple: to facilitate collaboration by combining chat, meetings, notes and files. But is this collaboration tool actually finding its way into businesses, half a year after launch? We advise Skype for Business users to start using it now, because Teams will eventually replace Skype.
E-mailing files back and forth, confusion about which version of a document is the correct one: before the cloud, collaborating with external parties could be difficult to manage. With the introduction of online services like SharePoint and OneDrive, these problems have vanished and exchanging files and information with others became easier than ever.
When my boyfriend suggested we go on a cycling trip this year, I was sold right away. A budget-friendly vacation, enjoying unspoilt nature – and, most importantly, the perfect excuse to stuff myself with food. Lots and lots of food. But braving the Alps on a bicycle isn’t a walk in the park.
Do you use Canvas PowerApps? If so, I’ve got good news for you: thanks to a recent update, the app now has more functionalities, which were only available in Microsoft’s CRM/ERP platform Dynamics 365 before. This new version of PowerApps is called Model Driven PowerApps.
For some reason, having a child wasn’t enough of an adventure so we decided to add some extra craziness to our lives and take a 1,5 year old to New York City. Oh, and small detail, I was about 7 months pregnant.
All companies are unique - and so are their IT infrastructures. Many companies who manage an on-premises data centre adapt their virtual servers to their specific needs and expectations. When the decision is made to move to the cloud, this may raise questions: how do we migrate our unique structure to the cloud as smoothly as possible?