You don’t have to be an IT security professional to know that there are plenty of risks facing anyone who uses internet tools in their work, and these days that means just about everyone.
That’s why an initiative called Cyber Essentials is something that you need to know about. Not only can it help protect you against a range of threats, but it can also help your productivity and increase security for your customers and clients. Read more >
Microsoft’s reputation for helping businesses of all shapes and sizes to fulfil their potential is second to none. If you already use Microsoft Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement Plan, you will be aware of how powerful the suite of tools is, but you might not know about the latest updates. If not already a user and you are looking for a better solution to various tasks than the one you currently have, you will get a good idea here of what this application can do. Read more >
Key Update Information
To maintain Sage product support ALL upgrades must go through testing and every customer will require a test and Recovery Licence. Sage will not offer license strings for upgrades without a T&R license in place from October 2018.
A year ago Microsoft launched Microsoft 365, its holistic solution for the workplace that enables groups of people to co-operate in a secure manner. It was created to empower all types of employees within your firm, aid in running a small business, or even lead a whole organisation.
During the first year since its release, the software’s user base has already increased by well over 100%. Read more >
Voice of the Customer (VoC) enables businesses to send a variety of surveys to clients and offers native integration with Dynamics 365 online. All responses are automatically saved to Dynamics 365, where users can report on them and even create automated actions.
VoC is an essential element of Dynamics 365 and comes bundled with Update 1 of Dynamics 2016. Read more >
Power Business Intelligence (Power BI) is an array of applications, software services, and connectors that work side-by-side to turn your firm’s unrelated data sources into visually stunning, logical, and interactive insights.
Whether the data consists of a mix of in-house and cloud-based information, or a single Excel spreadsheet, with Power BI you can quickly connect to all your data sources, discover and visualise the most important features, and then share it with anyone you wish. Read more >
Readers familiar with the cloud will be aware of how it can boost efficiency and productivity for a business. Most may not even remember what it was like having to manage their client and financial data via a variety of applications and software, or even a multitude of printed reports.
More and more businesses are choosing to deploy their financial management and accounting software in the cloud. Here, we explore some of the reasons why we believe cloud-based accounting will become the universal norm in the not-too-distant future. Read more >
Azure Information Protection (AIP) is one of the many services created by Microsoft to help keep client data safe. It can be applied to SharePoint as well as Outlook. AIP’s main purpose is to enable businesses to set limits on users’ actions and the documents they can access. You can select who can send, print, view, or copy from documents, both from your email and SharePoint online. Read more >
Microsoft Dynamics 365 is a range of business applications that transform your firm’s approach to its operations. It was developed to integrate different business processes to allow rapid customer engagement and decision making, always backed up by relevant data.
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central (D365 BC) covers all aspects of your business, from sales and marketing to operations, service, and finance. It is only available via Microsoft’s partner programmes, so requires the expertise and skills of a Microsoft Dynamics 365 consultant. Read more >
No business wants to spend unnecessary money or create needless overheads. So when it comes to backups, management’s first question is often: “Why do we need backups?”
The simple answer is that the majority of firms store crucial company data on computers systems. These systems can have weaknesses, or they can even crash because of physical disasters, software failure or third-party interference. Read more >