Modernizing your workplace needs to happen, but how do you go about doing it? When it comes to having a modern workplace, nothing says you’re on the ball like integrating Microsoft cloud services. With Azure solutions, you can manage data with ease, and with Office 365, you can share and send documents while not having to worry about version control. It’s the ease of use, familiarity, and trust you need in a cloud solution. Contact us today to learn more about Microsoft cloud services.
Hershey has a lot of data that they need to share across their enterprise. Keeping their workforce mobile while being able to access that data can be tough, that’s why they moved to the Microsoft cloud. With Microsoft, you can migrate to simple, distributed, cross-platform file storage without changing code. It’s the first step in modernizing your IT infrastructure and business.
With the COVID-19 outbreak turning a massive amount of the global workforce to remote work, everyone is adjusting to meetings, chatting, and collaborating exclusively online. This blog post shares the top tips from the team behind Microsoft Teams on how to make working from home productive and healthy.
Need a simpler way to approach your cloud migration? Start with an honest assessment of your environment to determine what you have and whether it’s a good candidate for moving to the cloud. Next, choose your migration strategy and the approach you’ll use. Once you’ve completed your migration, you can begin to optimize for best results. Want a little help along the way? Contact us to learn how we can help you navigate the migration process and identify the strategy that best suits your needs.
The time of blast email marketing is over. As both the marketplace and available technology evolve, so does the marketing needs of your business. New technology like Dynamics 365 offers an automated marketing solution to help even small businesses deliver the personalized content customers have come to expect. Contact us today to learn more about how you can integrate Dynamics 365 and provide the experience your customers deserve.
This video is a quick tutorial on how to use the meeting features in Microsoft Teams.
It’s no secret that more people, more than ever, are more digitally connected. The underlying network needed to support this connectivity must be faster, closer, and smarter, according to Forbes contributor Steve Alexander.
“On-demand content, bandwidth-hungry mobile apps, IoT devices, and new cloud-based applications are driving the need for more bandwidth and network capacity,” Alexander writes. He reminds us that “fast ethernet” used to be the descriptive phrase for the network edge, and that over time we have quickly increased connectivity times—because users’ needs demand it. This is no exception. “Since its inception, the internet has a been a catalyst for service providers to facilitate faster connectivity, an imperative that will increase over time,” states Alexander.
Read the entire article, “The Network in 2020: Faster, Closer, Smarter” for valuable insight on why network requirements will continue to align with the need for cloud services.
According to a recent report, 30% of organizations lose revenue during a cyberattack. Businesses can help protect themselves against cyberattack by ensuring they have automatic security updates. Tools like Azure make it easy to conduct maintenance with automatic application of the latest security patches. At Bitscape, we can help you find the right solutions to fit your security needs. Contact us today to learn more.
Marketing automation offers the best of both worlds by increasing productivity while decreasing overhead. Running your marketing efforts through a single, concise dashboard helps your sales reps prioritize their efforts towards the most promising leads. Check out this infographic and contact us today to learn more about how Dynamics 365 for Marketing can get you started building strong relationships with the right customers.
During this uncertain time, it’s increasingly important for people to take care of their mental health. This article from Fast Company offers suggestions to maintain mental health while working remotely. Tips range from acknowledging the impact to streamlining work, and more.