Choosing the right software and services is critical to your business’s success. And when it comes to cloud-based tools and services, Microsoft 365 is one of the best, as it offers powerful features and cost-saving benefits. But as with any technology, Microsoft 365 comes with security challenges.
Mitigating Microsoft 365 security risks
Keep your Microsoft 365 environment secure with these tips
Microsoft 365 is one of the most widely used business productivity suites today. From email and collaboration to cloud storage and enterprise content management, the robust features of its cloud-based tools and servers are nothing short of useful. Still, Microsoft 365 presents certain security challenges that businesses must address.
What’s new with Microsoft’s update channels
Companies that use Microsoft 365 usually want the latest features of the productivity suite's apps. However, not all companies want to receive updates at the same cadence. Whether you prefer to receive new app features ASAP or get them only once a month, there’s a way to customize your preferences, thanks to Microsoft’s update channels.
Solve these Office 365 security challenges
Microsoft’s Office 365 is a robust productivity and collaboration tool. Businesses are particularly drawn to its advanced features, flexibility, and cost-efficiency. But like other cloud-based platforms, it’s not immune from security risks.
Vulnerabilities in SharePoint
Businesses typically use SharePoint Online and on-premises SharePoint sites to store sensitive data like personally identifiable data.
G Suite or Office 365?
With our busy schedules, we all could use more time to ourselves and loved ones. Getting back home in time for a real meal is now a luxury for many. Thanks to productivity tools like Google’s G Suite and Microsoft’s Office 365, we’re able to regain some of our lost time.
Office 2013 nears end-of-life date
Microsoft announced that it will no longer offer new features for Office 2013 by the end of the month. So if companies want continued support from Microsoft, they’ll have to upgrade to the new version, and they’ll have to do it soon. Here’s a quick rundown about the tech giant’s announcement and what it could mean for your business.