by Colin McNicol | November 5, 2020 | Cloud Computing, Office 365, Productivity
Microsoft Teams is a great tool for collaborative working, but for those who work across multiple Microsoft 365 tenancies, the inability to easily switch between accounts has long been a bugbear. Now Microsoft has announced that they will be offering a better way to deal with multiple accounts.
by Colin McNicol | July 6, 2020 | Cloud Computing, Productivity
Microsoft’s Edge browser based on Chromium is finally a worthy contender to Google Chrome. Even if you aren’t a Microsoft 365 user, it might be time to switch; if you are already bought into the Microsoft ecosystem, start using Edge now.
by Colin McNicol | March 30, 2020 | Cloud Computing, Office 365, Productivity
Microsoft is renaming some Office 365 subscription. The products themselves and the applications and services included with the subscriptions won’t be changed, but the name changes may cause some confusion. Here we give the details on the name changes which will be implemented in April 2020…
by Colin McNicol | April 15, 2019 | Cloud Computing, Marketing, News, Purchasing
The Legalex Show at London’s ExCeL highlights technology and services to help law firms drive business growth. One of the stars this year was Melu – a managed live chat service based out of Oxford. In a refreshing change from the move towards automated chatbots and AI, Melu combines technology with old fashioned customer service – real chat with real people in real time. They might be on to something…
by Colin McNicol | April 1, 2019 | Cloud Computing, Productivity
Windows Virtual Desktop is now in public preview. Set up a multi-session Windows 10 deployment that delivers a full Windows 10 with scalability. Virtualize Office 365 ProPlus, provide Windows 7 virtual desktops, bring existing Remote Desktop Services (RDS) and Windows Server desktops and apps to any computer.
by Colin McNicol | February 25, 2019 | Cloud Computing, Office 365, Productivity
Microsoft 365 and Office 365 users should start seeing some interesting new changes to Outlook over the next few weeks. New productivity alerts – under the moniker ‘Outlook Analytics’ will be reminding users about missed ‘To Dos’, nudging you to schedule ‘focused time’ for tasks and highlighting unread emails from important contacts