Over the last few weeks, we have been looking at some of the innovative programs that are included in the Microsoft Office 365 suite. This week, we are looking at Office Delve. Delve is program that was created with quite an ambitious goal – to provide users with all the information and files that they need to see at any point in time. Needless to say, Microsoft have invested many years into the development of Delve, but from our experience, it is delivering on its promise. Let’s have a closer look at how this is possible.
On Friday May 12, a massive cyberattack was launched and has been spreading across the globe ever since. Hundreds of thousands of computers have been targeted, with major government and corporate operations affected. The cyberattack has come in the form of a malware (malicious software) known as WannaCry. In this post, we wanted to update you all about what we know about this malware and what you need to do in the wake of this cyberattack.
Last week, we spoke about Microsoft’s new Teams platform and how it can assist with internal communications in a workforce. Continuing our focus on key Office 365 programs, we wanted to talk today about SharePoint. In the last few years, Comunet has been able to help several organisations setup their own SharePoint portals and the results have been very positive. In this post, we wanted to cover some of the benefits that SharePoint can deliver to your organisation, and how it may be able to work for you.
A few weeks ago, we blogged about why businesses should make the switch to Office 365. One of the core reasons identified in this blog post was that Office 365 provides more opportunities for team members within an organisation to collaborate together on various tasks and projects. Consistent with this philosophy, Microsoft recently introduced a new product in the Office 365 suite called Microsoft Teams. In this blog post, we wanted to show you some of the exciting features about Teams and talk about how it can help your organisation streamline communication across employees.
Big data is one of the key trends in the world of technology today. The shift from analogue storage (such as paper, film and tapes) to digital storage has meant that it is now easier than ever to hold large quantities of data. Furthermore, as smartphones, cameras and IoT devices (just to name a few sources) gather more information through in-built sensors, the amount of data that is produced on a day-to-day basis also continues to grow. But how can an organisation make sense of all this available data, and use it to its advantage? In this blog post, we will take a closer look at how Amazon Web Services and Microsoft can help.
Comunet have always been proud advocates for cloud computing, but what gives us the greatest sense of satisfaction is seeing how the cloud can deliver benefits to our clients in their day-to-day work. Microsoft’s Office 365 is a great example of this. It is hard to imagine a workplace computer these days without Microsoft’s flagship programs such as Word, Excel or PowerPoint (just to name a few). The introduction of Office 365, however, changed the way that we access and work with these applications. By providing their Office suite on the cloud, Microsoft opened up new possibilities for workplaces. In this post, we want to talk about some of these possibilities and why your organisation should make the switch to Office 365 today.
We have spoken previously about how Comunet can help your organisation against the threat of cybercrime. In this blog post, we wanted to go into more detail about some of the threats that your team members should be aware of. As we often advise our clients, the end user is often the last line of defence in an organisation’s cybersecurity program. By helping your team members understand the threats that exist, you can ensure that this last line remains strong. Here are some of the key threats that your organisation should be on the lookout for.
Many discussions around artificial intelligence (AI) have focused on the new developments in machine learning, such as assisting with cancer recognition and even detecting earthquakes. However, the use of AI in the creation of a virtual assistant is starting to gain some traction. A recent article from VentureBeat stated that 2017 is the year that “virtual assistants really arrived.” In this post, we wanted to look at the rise of virtual assistants and how they could change the way we work.
We have blogged previously about the increasing sophistication of cybercrime and the reality is that cybercriminals can strike from anywhere in the world. That is why Comunet has worked hard to form strong partnerships with some of the world’s leading cybersecurity companies. In doing so, we are able to bring our clients the global best practices for defending their organisations against existing and emerging threats. In this blog post, we wanted to discuss some of Comunet’s partners in the field of cybersecurity and how, in conjunction with these partners, we can help your organisation in this important field.
Today we wanted to start what we hope will be a series of blog posts on a very important topic in the technology industry – cybersecurity. The importance of cybersecurity has only increased in recent years, as cyber criminals become more sophisticated in their approach and the ramifications of such attacks become more significant for organisations that fall victim to such crimes. This is an unfortunate reality, but with the correct approach in place, businesses can ensure they have the necessary strongholds to withstand such attacks. In this post, we wanted to talk about some of the services we offer to our clients to ensure that they have these defences in place.