It’s August 1, 2021. Your team is trying to use Skype for Business Online, but there’s something wrong. You know Microsoft announced the end-of-life (EoL) date of July 31, 2021.
Remote working has become the new normal. While it is formidable because productivity is not hampered, it puts your company at risk by exposing your network to various vulnerabilities.
A cybercrime gang known as Conti, famous for ransomware attacks, recently reported a leak of sensitive employee records and patient data on a darknet website.
More San José professionals are making the move to cloud desktops when the need to access your files from anywhere is crucial.
By having a technology plan, you are creating a solid foundation for your company to stand on. This attracts customers and establishes a safety net for if you should need to make adjustments quickly.
In Microsoft Excel, there are many tools that can save you time and effort. But one of the best features is pivot tables. With pivot tables, you can easily analyze data from your business so that you can keep track of how you are doing overall.