Cloud Computing

17
Apr

Backups are a part of Office 365, aren’t they? No

Office 365 backups You probably assume that Microsoft takes care of backups in regards to Office 365, Exchange Online, Onedrive and Sharepoint. While Microsoft does look after the underlying infrastructure and application up-time, it is the responsibility of the customer to protect and manage their valuable business data. When it comes to working in cloud-based applications, the option of granular

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20
Mar

Cloud Apprehensions

2018 is already well upon us, and statistically, 80% of our resolutions will have already failed miserably. Whether it was losing weight or learning a new language, chances are it’s not quite gone to plan. There’s no shame in that, priorities may have unexpectedly changed or unforeseen obstacles may have appeared. However, if one of your resolutions was to move

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20
Sep

Office 365 Q&A – 12 Months On

With this week’s blog, we thought we would change things up a little. Instead of a formative piece outlining certain technology/ infrastructure advances, we wanted to create a more interactive installment. In previous blogs we have discussed moving to Office 365, and all the benefits and wonders such a move can bring to a business. However, being a Microsoft Gold

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5
Jul

(The) 3 Key Reasons for Migrating to Office 365

There are vast amounts of blogs preaching why an Office 365 migration is a must.  Just one simple Google search similar to that of today’s title will attest to this. You could spend all day learning about the wonders of SharePoint collaboration or the amount of OneDrive storage that is issued per user (1TB!). However, sometimes the needs of a business can

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30
Apr

How would migrating your IT infrastructure into the cloud save money?

A lot of people have recently asked me how moving their IT Infrastructure to the cloud will save them money. Every company is different. However, particularly where SMEs are concerned, there are some key areas where cost savings are consistently made. Capital Expenditure For SMEs, capital isn’t always easy to find. Setting up a robust, well designed, highly available, redundant

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8
Feb

Cloud computing continued its exponential growth in Australia in 2016

2016 was a huge year for Cloud computing. Chief amongst it being Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), which continues to grow exponentially year on year. It seems this is not about to slow down any time soon. Reliable forecasting predicts the total market value for Public cloud infrastructure services to hit $800 million by 2019. According to Telsyte, who completed an Australian Infrastructure

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