So, your company has made the move and you're living your best Microsoft Office 365 life. Congratulations! From Teams to the Office Suite your workday has gone from sour to sweet. Right? Hopefully! We all know the saying "Give a woman a fish, she'll eat for a day. Teach a woman to fish and she'll never be hungry again." Well, if it's one thing we've learned working with our customers, this saying embodies it fully! You can have all the tools in the world with the bells and whistles to boot but if you don't know how to use those tools (and most importantly, how to use them specifically for your business) then they aren't worth anything to you. Luckily, there's a simple solution: knowledge. Knowledge is power and in this blog, we're going to show your our superpower when it comes to learning all things Microsoft Office 365.
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In recent years, public perception of cloud technology has gone from being a “nice to have”, to a "need to have". It's seen as an essential for many businesses. With the prevalence of cloud-based applications, disaster recovery planning, and data storage, the cloud offers new avenues for businesses looking to improve efficiency and agility. Yet in some cases, newer isn’t always better. While cloud storage certainly offers benefits to many companies, some are finding that using local storage – or a hybrid mix (using both local AND cloud storage) – is a more effective solution. Examining the pros and cons of cloud storage vs. local storage is an important part of identifying what is right for your business. In this blog, we will help you do just that. Let's begin!
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OneDrive for Business is one of the best cloud-based storage solutions out there. It enables us to securely store our data in the cloud, and also allows us to access that data from anywhere there’s an internet connection. Still, while Microsoft is a household name, many people feel less familiar with OneDrive for Business. Chances are, however, even if you're not familiar with its innerworkings, you've encountered it. If you or your work have any sort of Office 365 subscription, you already have OneDrive for Business. So, let's get to fully utilizing it, shall we?