Monthly Archives: October 2018


What’s new in Office 365 for October?

By |October 29th, 2018|

It looks like, in October, there’s a lot going on, with your Office 365 Home or Office 365 Personal subscriptions. We know some of you are reading this do subscribe to one of Office 365 consumer plans. It’s great news if you fit that description and you have more than one device at home. Check […]

What’s New in the September Update of Office 365?

By |October 29th, 2018|

The September update of Office 365 includes some major additions and changes to tools such as Microsoft Teams, PowerPoint, and Excel, just to name a few. It is important to keep up with these developments, so here is a list of the major advancements of which you need to be aware.

Microsoft Teams: Skype, Selective Do […]

What Are We Most Frightened Of This Halloween?

By |October 26th, 2018|

7 Cyberattack Facts

This Halloween we’re celebrating by sharing some scary cyberattack facts. Why? Because, unfortunately, cyber attacks are increasing. The cyber threat landscape is rapidly becoming more of a concern. Not only are businesses seeing an increase in the number of attacks, but these cyber attacks are continuing to evolve.


Here are the scary facts:

Cyberattacks […]

Do You Have Good Computer Habits?

By |October 24th, 2018|

We know it’s important to have good habits in many parts of our lives, from our work to our daily hygiene. However, quite a few of us forget that we need to have good computer habits, too. Developing wise practices in connection with our computers and smartphones can make our lives much easier and help […]

Moving from Skype For Business to Microsoft Teams: What You Need to Know

By |October 23rd, 2018|


Microsoft recently announced that the roadmap for bringing Skype for Business Online features and functionality into Microsoft Teams is complete. This is a significant milestone to help you upgrade Skype for Business Online with Microsoft Teams, utilizing Teams as the primary communications client in Office 365.

So What’s the Big Deal?

Whenever a change in applications takes place, users typically express some natural angst […]

10 Easy Steps Implementing Your Successful SOP with SharePoint

By |October 22nd, 2018|

Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) are necessary for every industry. The written procedures keep a company on track. The importance of having them is to guarantee the organization remains compliant with all federally mandated regulations, legislation, and ever-changing laws. But too often many businesses will continue to struggle with getting the correct and appropriate SOP created, […]

Happy Spreadsheet Day!!!

By |October 17th, 2018|

What Are You Doing for Spreadsheet Day?

Spreadsheets: some people love them, some people hate them, and some people are a little afraid of them. No matter which category you may currently fall into, you probably know that spreadsheets are vital to the inner workings of organizations ranging in size from massive Fortune 500 companies to […]

October 16th Is Steve Jobs Day

By |October 16th, 2018|

Steve Jobs Day Sheds Light On Apple Founder’s Legacy

In today’s modern world, the name “Apple” has become synonymous with technology. It’s no wonder then that Steve Jobs, the company’s late co-founder, has become such an influential figure in American history. His contributions are well documented in motion pictures, books and an authorized biography.

October 16 […]

What Are The New Changes in Microsoft Outlook?

By |October 15th, 2018|

New Calendar, Mail, and mobile Outlook features help you get things done, was the title of the April 30th, 2018 blog from Microsoft’s Outlook team, about the newest features. Since then, Outlook has received more modern additions, from mobile management to enterprise information protection all designed for user simplicity. So, let’s step inside and see what […]

How To Ensure A Secure Home Network

By |October 9th, 2018|

Most homeowners and renters understand the importance of home security. In fact, in today’s world, it’s not uncommon for homeowners to spend hundreds or even thousands of dollars on home protection. But while securing your belongings is considered good common sense, homeowners don’t as often consider the concept of data security. This is understandable, but […]