Monthly Archives: February 2019


Microsoft 365 GCC High Releases New Features

By |February 20th, 2019|

As more and more government contractors move to the cloud and utilize Microsoft 365 GCC High to meet security and compliance requirements of NIST, DFARS, FAR and ITAR, Microsoft continues to add new features and functionality to increase feature parity between GCC High and Office 365 commercial.

Two new pieces of functionality have been much-awaited and […]

Welcome Matt Coleman!

By |February 20th, 2019|

Please say hello to Matt Coleman, the newest member of the C3 team and our intrepid Systems Administrator. We’re excited to have Matt join the C3 Family.

Matt arrives with over 10 years of experience in the information technology and services industry. He brings with him a deep understanding of Windows Server, Office 365, Cisco IOS, […]

C3 Takes Microsoft Ignite the Tour!

By |February 20th, 2019|

Two days, tons of great training sessions, quality time with the team, a booth full of giveaways and a pile of new business cards: The C3 team killed it at Microsoft Ignite the Tour!

For the first time ever, C3 was a Silver Sponsor of this event, welcoming close to 5,000 attendees to Washington, D.C. earlier […]

How Advanced eDiscovery In Microsoft 365 Helps Manage Data

By |February 19th, 2019|


Do you have a lot of data?

Are you able to organize your data in a convenient logical way and then search for it with ease and/or with advanced search criteria so that the results are not in the hundreds but in the tens or less?

Is managing it or finding specific data at any given time […]

Business Insights With Visio and Power BI

By |February 12th, 2019|

Microsoft’s Visio Visual and Power BI are two extremely useful software tools that help business owners store, organize, and interpret data with easy-to-understand visual representations.


Using these tools can take your business to the next level. Still, many business owners don’t know about Visio Visual or Power BI. Moreover, many are skeptical as to why data […]

How Can I Enter and Analyze Data via a Data Entry Form in Microsoft Excel?

By |February 6th, 2019|

You can create a data entry form in Microsoft Excel without using VBA or even recording a macro. If those terms don’t mean anything to you, don’t worry. You won’t need to learn them. Excel has a hidden tool you can use to make dreaded data entry fast and easy. Using a data entry form […]