Going for cloud-based solutions has been all the hype in recent years and who wouldn’t want to head towards that direction? With cloud deployments potentially saving you money and
If you work in project management, you’ve probably heard of Microsoft’s online project management platform, Project Online. Project Online is great because it provides the same control as on-premise project
Microsoft will end support for SQL Server 2005 in April next year. As the product’s end of life clock ticks down, it’s time for Microsoft Dynamics GP customers to start thinking about how to respond.
About eighteen months ago a ransomware trojan called CryptoLocker started infecting corporate computer systems worldwide. CryptoLocker is malware that encrypts files on mapped network drives and then demands money in exchange for the decryption keys.
Since Microsoft opened their data centres in Sydney and Melbourne, Australia, more and more clients are asking me about moving workloads to Azure. The technology is great but what about management of the environment?
Recently, I have sat in a few meetings with clients talking about the cloud and had a little chuckle when they told me that they don’t use the cloud and that their business probably isn’t ready for the cloud just yet.
There’s good news for Australian businesses looking to move their IT resources to the cloud with the launch last month of Microsoft’s two Australian Azure cloud computing data centres.
Product improvements are occurring cloud first. One thing you’ll notice is that Microsoft is pushing the cloud very heavily today. So if you’re on Office 365 you will get the latest and greatest new benefits and features straight away at your fingertips.