Email is the most integral part of most modern businesses, acting as a main source of both internal and external communication. As such, it’s important for businesses to have a substantially reliable email service so that they can focus on their business strategy over their IT infrastructure.
One of the main reasons many small businesses adopt Hosted Exchange, or migrate their existing Exchange data to the cloud, is to improve the mobility of their business. Continue reading Hosted Exchange 2013 – is it an ideal solution for my businesses?
Desktop as a Service, a more techy expression for hosted desktop solutions, is a cloud computing service that provides you with access to your desktop PC from wherever you are in the world on any device connected to the internet. In simpler words, a virtual desktop is a desktop PC that can be accessed from the anywhere, provided you have an internet connection, giving full Continue reading All you want to know about Hosted Desktop
Communication is the most important aspect of any business and although phone systems are prevalent and indispensable on a day to day basis, not all businesses know about Hosted VoIP and how it can decrease their telephony spending whilst giving them more flexibility. Continue reading How to choose effective business communication solution?
We are proud to announce that we will be attending the annual Wigan Business Expo – the largest business expo in the North West of England. Attracting almost 1,300 visitors last year, the event, being hosted on Friday the 10th of October, is attracting a lot of attention in the region. Continue reading Come and see us at the Wigan Business Expo 2014
Over the past few years, more and more charities have been migrating over to the cloud to leverage whatever resources they have without spending too much on IT. In order to compete against the market, charities and Non-profit Organisations use cloud based services to get more out their IT. Continue reading 7 reasons why Cloud Computing can benefit Charities
Hosted Exchange 2013 has gained a lot of traction as one of the best email solutions available for small businesses providing all the features an end user would need, wherever they are. Office 365 hasn’t stayed idled either and was hailed by many as a business computing breakthrough when it came out back in 2011. If both solutions seemingly do the same job in terms of email, what is the difference? Is there any aspect that make one better than the other for business email? Continue reading Hosted Exchange 2013 vs Office 365: The verdict