Congratulations, you’re moving to a new office! But wait, you say. You’re not actually moving to a new office location. You’re deploying Microsoft Office 365. True, but moving to Office 365 brings many of the same benefits as relocating to a new office does, and you’ll need to do many of the same things to […]
Seamless teamwork is the core concept underlying the development of the newest upgrade to Office 365, Microsoft Teams. It creates an environment in which all the tools teams need to work with are readily available, instinctively easy to access, and the connections between various applications are seamlessly woven into the interface. No lines or barriers […]
How many times have you started or sat through a presentation while boredom is circulating the room? The yawns from the back interrupt any attempt to explain the quarter’s sales metrics and the blank stares… don’t even get me started. Fear not, friend. You are not alone. “Ugh, why do we still use PowerPoint?” Because […]
Every autumn, in Dallas, Texas, one of the utmost exciting events takes place – the Texas State Fair. During the span of 24 days (usually), people from all over the world congregate to experience the pure ecstasy of biting into a fried Oreo (amongst other amazing selections of fried cuisine), exchange in a friendly “Howdy” […]
The rewards for a great, successful upgrade migration are many. Work can get done more efficiently. Communication between colleagues is enhanced. Data and documents enjoy a greater level of security. And there’s so much. All of these values and more are only available, however, if the migration is complete. Completing the Migration In January 2016, […]
The ruler is a great way to ensure that your reports print accurately or your form controls are right where you want them. However, you may not know exactly what measurement units Access’ ruler indicates. If you’re more comfortable with the metric system (centimeters instead of inches), you can adjust your ruler permanently. Or, if […]
Microsoft Windows Server comes in various versions (e.g., 2008, 2008 R2, 2012, and 2012 R2) and editions (e.g., Foundation, Essentials, Standard, and Datacenter). With all of these names, it may be difficult to understand the differences and know which flavor you should use. First, don’t confuse the version with the edition. The version specifies various […]
Microsoft Ignite 2015 was recently held in Chicago. Ignite is an annual event that allows IT leaders around the world to connect, hear from industry thought-leaders on the changing landscape of IT, find new technology partners and learn how others are transforming their businesses with key technology trends. Ignite 2015 was a week-long event that […]
Mark Rosenberg, Technical Trainer of New Horizons Computer Learning Centers, was recently recognized as a Most Valuable Professional (MVP) by Microsoft for his eighth consecutive year.
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