Cloud Computing Posts

The Top 3 Ways to Use SharePoint Online in the Workplace

On June 29th, 2017, posted in: Cloud Computing by Comments Off on The Top 3 Ways to Use SharePoint Online in the Workplace

A recent report by the International Data Corporation (IDC) revealed that by 2020, mobile workers will account for nearly 72.3% of America’s workforce. With this in mind, it becomes increasingly clear that in today’s modern day workforce, (and that of the future), a simple way to share files and trade ideas will be critical to..

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OneDrive Cloud Storage: 7 Things You Need to Know

On June 15th, 2017, posted in: Cloud Computing by Comments Off on OneDrive Cloud Storage: 7 Things You Need to Know

While the world of business is always changing, one thing is perfectly clear. The business world is moving to the cloud, driven by enhanced security, mobility and the unparalleled convenience of online storage. When used properly and implemented well, the move from local backup to cloud storage can provide businesses of all sizes with a..

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OneNote for Business Use: How to Stay Organized & Productive in the Workplace

On May 19th, 2017, posted in: Cloud Computing by Comments Off on OneNote for Business Use: How to Stay Organized & Productive in the Workplace

An integral part of the Office 365 platform, Microsoft OneNote is one of the most powerful productivity tools on the market. The program combines note taking, both handwritten and typed, screen clips, and even audio commentaries into an easy-to-use package. This makes Microsoft OneNote an excellent collaboration tool that businesses can utilize within the workplace..

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Office 365 for Business: 7 Ways it can revolutionize Your Workplace

On April 4th, 2017, posted in: Cloud Computing by Comments Off on Office 365 for Business: 7 Ways it can revolutionize Your Workplace

From the smallest startups to the largest multinational corporations, businesses everywhere can harness the power of Office 365 for business. Office 365 uses a cloud-based model that offers businesses greater efficiency, anywhere access, enhanced security, lower costs and a host of other amazing benefits. Representing the most profound change yet, instead of relying on individual..

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Cloud Computing for Small Business: 7 Signs you’re ready to Move to the Cloud

On March 14th, 2017, posted in: Cloud Computing by Comments Off on Cloud Computing for Small Business: 7 Signs you’re ready to Move to the Cloud

Cloud computing for small business offers a number of significant advantages – from lower costs to enhanced data security. Once your data is stored safely in the cloud, you’ll have peace of mind knowing your sensitive customer and proprietary data is safe and protected. For many businesses, data backup and cloud computing are not exactly..

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Identity and Access Management in the Cloud: Say Goodbye to Annoying Password Issues

On February 13th, 2017, posted in: Cloud Computing by Comments Off on Identity and Access Management in the Cloud: Say Goodbye to Annoying Password Issues

You don’t have to be a tech enthusiast to understand the rising number of threats employees are faced with day in and day out, while navigating the web and managing email. Andy Thomas, Managing Director at CSID Europe, a part of Experian stated, “In our opinion, people may be the weakest link in cyber security..

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4 Powerful Reasons to Mobilize Your Workforce with Microsoft Azure Cloud Solutions

On January 18th, 2017, posted in: Cloud Computing by Comments Off on 4 Powerful Reasons to Mobilize Your Workforce with Microsoft Azure Cloud Solutions

Does your Milwaukee area business need to remain HIPAA compliant? Do you store sensitive company data on in-house hardware? Is your business growing while your IT infrastructure is relying on outdated equipment? Regardless of the reason, you may be re-evaluating your data backup and storage options. If you want to ensure your company is ready..

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3 Microsoft Azure IT Security Myths: Fact vs. Fiction

On January 9th, 2017, posted in: Cloud Computing by Comments Off on 3 Microsoft Azure IT Security Myths: Fact vs. Fiction

Continuing our blog series on the benefits of Microsoft’s Azure platform, today we are separating fact from fiction and clearing up common misconceptions about Microsoft Azure. When your Milwaukee area business needs secure, reliable cloud technology, Microsoft Azure is one solution you don’t want to overlook. At Ontech Systems, our skilled staff of Azure experts..

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5 Things Small Businesses Need to Know about Microsoft Azure

On December 8th, 2016, posted in: Cloud Computing by Comments Off on 5 Things Small Businesses Need to Know about Microsoft Azure

At first glance, Microsoft Azure might seem intimidating. If you’ve viewed the Azure case studies page, you might make the assumption that it’s best suited for enterprise level businesses like GE or jet.com. But the truth is, if your organization is a small to mid-sized business, Azure can help you cut IT costs and boost..

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Cloud Backup: 9 Common Misconceptions You Need to Know

On November 22nd, 2016, posted in: Cloud Computing by Comments Off on Cloud Backup: 9 Common Misconceptions You Need to Know

According to IBM’s 2016 Cost of Data Breach report, the average cost of a data breach is $4 million dollars, up a whopping 29% from 2013. With data breach costs rising and hackers exploiting everything from Internet of Things (IoT) devices to vehicle alarm systems, the number of businesses failing to adequately backup their data..

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