Why You Should Migrate to Microsoft SharePoint Online

Posted by aeadmin on Jun 29, 2018 8:58:20 AM

 

Launched by Microsoft in 2001 as a server management tool, SharePoint has morphed into perhaps the world’s most popular workplace collaboration platform. It is used by some 200 million individuals across 300,000 customer organizations, including 85 percent of the Fortune 500.

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Tags: Technology, Microsoft, SharePoint, Office 365

How to Enable Effective Teams Governance While Giving Users Control

Posted by aeadmin on Jun 24, 2018 9:11:50 AM

 

We’ve been talking about Microsoft Teams, and in our last post we provided some planning and implementation tips for maximizing the success of a Teams roll-out. Sure, Teams is intuitive and easy to use, but it can also have a big impact on organizational processes. It’s important to understand how various groups collaborate and help them use Teams to their best advantage.

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Tags: Technology, Microsoft, Teams

8 Steps for a Successful Teams Rollout

Posted by aeadmin on Jun 13, 2018 7:09:28 AM

 

In our last post we described the core features and capabilities of Microsoft Teams. The application serves as a hub for applications, document sharing and meetings, with a persistent threaded chat feature that keeps teams engaged and informed. Microsoft Teams can easily be customized to meet diverse needs and has advanced security features to protect sensitive data.

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Tags: Technology, Microsoft, Teams

Microsoft Teams Promise to Enhance Workplace Collaboration

Posted by aeadmin on Jun 6, 2018 1:13:00 PM

 

Almost 40 percent of employees will work remotely within 10 years, according to a recent survey by Upwork. Eighty-six percent of respondents said that escaping the confines of the office increases productivity by eliminating distractions and impromptu meetings.

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Tags: Technology, Microsoft

Monitoring DMZ and Workgroup Systems with OMS, Part I

Posted by aeadmin on Feb 13, 2017 2:33:11 PM

Monitoring DMZ or isolated workgroup systems is one of the challenges we all face with System Center Operations Manager (SCOM). Until now, the only way to collect data and monitor these types of systems via SCOM was by installing a gateway to the management server. Anyone who has installed a gateway knows the pain I speak of.

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Tags: adaptivedge, DMZ, IaaS, IoT, microsoft gold partner, OMS, SQL, system center, Technology, workgroup

SQL Server in the Azure Cloud: IaaS versus PaaS

Posted by aeadmin on Dec 12, 2016 1:38:43 PM


In a
previous post, we discussed Windows Azure SQL Database, a Database-as-a-Service (DBaaS) offering built on Microsoft SQL Server and hosted in the Azure cloud. Azure SQL Database provides a highly available database platform with predictable performance levels and built-in disaster recovery. It uses a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) deployment model to provide database services to applications.  

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Tags: adaptivedge, Azure, BYOL, Cloud, IaaS, IoT, microsoft gold partner, PaaS, Private Cloud, SQL, Technology

Migrating File Shares to Microsoft OneDrive and SharePoint Online, Part 2

Posted by aeadmin on Dec 1, 2016 9:28:10 AM


In
our last post, we began discussing the process for selecting an enterprise file-sharing platform and developing a strategy for migrating data. We examined the benefits and use cases of Microsoft OneDrive for Business and SharePoint Online, as well as on-premises SharePoint 2016 deployments. We also explained how automated tools can help you analyze your file shares, ensure your data is optimized for the cloud and troubleshoot any issues that arise.

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Tags: adaptivedge, microsoft gold partner, Office 365, OneDrive, Private Cloud, SharePoint, Technology

Migrating File Shares to OneDrive and SharePoint Online, Part 1

Posted by aeadmin on Nov 16, 2016 7:38:59 PM


In a
previous post, we explained why you need an enterprise-class file sync and share solution to support mobile users. That post focused on Microsoft OneDrive for Business, which provides Office 365 users with a convenient yet secure way of accessing and sharing files in the cloud. Another option is Microsoft SharePoint Online, which may be a more appropriate solution depending upon your business requirements and data.

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Tags: adaptivedge, microsoft gold partner, Office 365, OneDrive, Private Cloud, SharePoint, Technology

SharePoint Intranet: Seamless Collaboration for Mobile Workers

Posted by aeadmin on Oct 26, 2016 1:51:08 PM


How much of your job requires you to be physically present at work? What task cannot be performed with a mobile application? How much more productive can you be when you’re not tied to a desk? How does this flexibility improve your work-life balance and job satisfaction? The answers to these questions explain why IDC expects mobile workers to account for 72.3 percent of the U.S. workforce by 2020.

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Tags: adaptivedge, microsoft gold partner, mobile workforces, Office 365, SharePoint, Technology

Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity in the Microsoft Cloud

Posted by aeadmin on Jul 12, 2016 9:31:56 AM


A disaster recovery and business continuity plan is critical to any organization’s IT operations. By designing and implementing a viable strategy, organizations can ensure systems remain available during planned or unplanned maintenance and can be recovered in the event of a system failure.  Azure Site Recovery Services (ASR) allow organizations to extend their business continuity and disaster recovery strategies to the Microsoft Cloud. 

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Tags: Azure, Cloud, Enterprise, microsoft gold partner, Private Cloud, Technology

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