More and more businesses are moving towards a paperless office. There are plenty of benefits to this, including reduced costs, increased productivity, and environmental considerations. While it sounds like making this transition would be a big job, it’s a lot easier than you think. In this short video, we outline the benefits of going paperless and make three suggestions to help get you there smoothly.

If you’re interested in finding out more about going paperless and the software you should consider, book a 15 minute, no obligation call with us here:

First of all, do you know what the cloud is? Many businesses are embracing it, but not a lot of people actually understand it. Our new video outlines what it is and how it benefits businesses. Check it out here:

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Did you know that the weakest link in your business’s data security is, through no fault of their own, your own team? All it takes is one person clicking one bad link to leave your business open to attack. Therefore, it is critical that your team is properly trained. Check out more on this here:

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Unfortunately, this is a common occurrence. You tap a link you believe to be safe, realize that it’s not what you thought it was and then are stuck wondering what damage may occur next.

If this happens to you, you do need to take action to ensure your information is kept safe. This short video outlines two concerns that you need to be aware of and the steps you need to take to protect yourself:

If your interested in finding out more about strengthening your business’s data security, book a 15 minute, no obligation call with us here:

When most people think about Microsoft 365, they think of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Teams. What many people don’t realize is that there are so many other useful apps included in your subscription. Finding the right apps for your business can boost productivity, save time, and improve customer experience.

Now the hard part is that there are so many apps available that it can be difficult to determine which app fits your business best. Here’s where we come in… We have created an easy-to-read guide on our 10 favourite Microsoft 365 apps that we think every business should explore. Download it for free here: 10 Apps You Didn’t Know You Had In Microsoft 365

If you’re interested in discussing how Microsoft 365 can help your business, book a 15 minute, no obligation call with us here:

By now we all know that Microsoft Teams is one of the greatest collaboration tools for businesses. There are just so many features that are included! Video meetings, Outlook, SharePoint, and even Immersive Reader, which speaks text on a channel at a speed that in comfortable for the reader. Find out more about it in this short video:

Nothing beats an in-person brainstorming session with your team. Unfortunately, in our current hybrid work environments, that is often not possible. Luckily, Microsoft offers the next best thing with Whiteboard!

Whiteboard is perfect for sharing ideas in real time with whoever you want. You and your team can easily add anything from sticky notes, to pictures, to diagrams. Find out more on how it works here:

Spelling and grammar mistakes can be really embarrassing in the workplace. Luckily, there is a Microsoft 365 app that’s got your back… Microsoft Editor.

This is an app that many people don’t realize they have with their 365 subscription. It helps to check your text in real time as well as make suggestions for you as needed. And guess what…it even works on non-Microsoft products. Find out more here:

A password manager is one of those simple tools that can make a huge difference. They not only help improve your team’s security habits by replacing weak passwords for multiple logins, but also help your team work much more productively. Here are three ways that password managers will help your team to be more efficient:

Have you heard of the global chip shortage? Nowadays, there are chips in everything from your phone to your computer to even your refrigerator. Between Covid closures and an increase in devices needed for remote working, manufacturers are just not able to keep up with the demand for chips.

If you plan on adding any new devices to your business in the next year, check out this short video on why you should consider ordering sooner than later: