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Microsoft Office 365 – Public Folder Crisis!

April 30, 2012


So you have seen the light and enjoying the spread of joined up Enterprise systems that for many SME’s (Small Medium Enterprise) Companies was till Microsoft Office 365 arrived a pipe dream, not just in cost terms but configuration and management. For those without any legacy Microsoft Exchange positions this is a no brainer. BUT […]

BYOD / Bring Your Own Device (Disaster) – Convenience before Compliance

April 13, 2012


BYOD (bring your own device) refers to employees who bring their own computing devices to the workplace and they are permitted (or pull rank) to connect to the corporate network. It is at this point that many CIO (Chief Information Officers) or their counterparts will draw the line. For others they will see this as […]

Business Climate Change Alert – Cloud heralds Summer Monsoon

April 11, 2012


Headlines abound as the UK Government looks to promote more agile ways of working to make-up for policy makers prevarications over transport and communication infrastructure upgrades in the run up to the Olympics. · Headlines ‘Read all about it’ UK tests home working to beat Games gridlock Political sniping aside the real story here is […]

Guide – Advanced eMail Routing in Microsoft Office 365

April 4, 2012


For many organisations the use of additional email handling services for compliance (metadata cleansing or advanced archiving) or simply cosmetics (adding email stationary) is a requirement. This How-To provides a quick heads up and signpost to resources that will I hope answer many of your questions. Also available as a PDF download at – ‘NRG […]