Office 365 is an incredibly powerful workplace tool for any organisation. From the seamless integration across platforms to the ease of remote working, smart features, the list seems to go on indefinitely.
In a pretty short space of time, businesses have become spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing cloud infrastructure and platform providers – but the two undoubted leaders and most commonly-encountered options are Amazon’s AWS and Microsoft’s Azure.
Microsoft is flexing their philanthropic muscles with their latest offering, giving eligible Not for Profits access to their Azure cloud at no cost. In a move that is going to shake up the Non-Profit sector Microsoft has announced that they are now offering $5000(USD) annual credits to eligible organisations.
In our latest blog we discussed the Internet of Things and how this is going to drastically revolutionise the world through intelligent, connected devices. This made me think as someone who works in both the Disability & IT sectors how is this technology going to assist and create opportunities for people with disabilities?
IT companies talk a lot about the ‘cloud’, automating software and new technologies that all have one goal: to make our working lives easier. What happens when each of these elements congregate and work in unison with each other? The internet of things (IoT)
Have you ever bought a new television only to find out months later that it has a feature that you didn’t even know about?
Delve is integrated into the powerful Office 365 suite and its role is to serve you up pertinent information when you need it most. Microsoft Office Delve utilizes the collaborative environment, where Office 365 flourishes and brings the information that you need, when you need it.