Tsquared loves this new short clip from Microsoft. It highlights the incredible amount of secure data storage each license of Microsoft Office 365 provides through OneDrive for Business. One Terabyte to be exact! It's not just the amount of data storage that matters, but also its safety. With Office 365, small businesses don't need to worry about losing precious time, or information, because everything that you need most is backed up and secure. Contact us today to find out how we can help you do the same!
Tsquared takes a deeper look at how Microsoft Office 365 helps small business owner Scott Naucler keeps software costs down thanks to Office 365's low monthly subscription cost. One license of Office 365 is good for use on up to FIVE devices for a single user, which means that you can get more stuff done anywhere, anytime - and at a reasonable cost. Contact us today to find out how we can help you do the same!
Tsquared takes a deeper look at how Microsoft Office 365 helps small business owner Scott Naucler and his three employees do their best work from anywhere - the office, a client site, or even 300 feet in the air atop a wind turbine. Office 365's AutoSave feature helps Turbine Test Services get the job done by automatically saving their changes as they work. If there's no Internet, the folks at Turbine Test Services don't stress! They know that AutoSave (a feature which is always-on) will sync their changes as soon as they're back online. Contact us today to find out how we can help you maximize the flexibility that Office 365 provides.
In this clip, Tsquared learns how Office 365 with Microsoft Forms supports high-tech consensus building in Broadclyst School's dining hall. By entering immediate feedback into a Forms survey after each meal, students provide data for Forms to analyze and deliver results that inform kitchen food orders and menu design. Contact us--we'll show you how Office 365 with Forms can help satisfy stakeholder appetites in your organization.
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Why on earth would you want to waste time backing up your computers and files? Well that is a very good question. Your business relies on the computers and the files within your computers to track all sorts of client information from addresses to billing statements, and much more. What would you do if your system crashed over night? Would you be able to get back up and running like nothing ever happened? This is where backing up your system comes in handy. The process can run in the background so your users would not even notice. Using a local backup solution at the office is a great start to backing up all your important information. If anything were to happen to your system, the loss would be minimal because you have a backup system in place. The backup system should be checked regularly to ensure that it is running effectively and that there are no issues. Lastly, it is good to have a redundancy in place, and this would be a cloud based backup system. This is a backup of your system and can be downloaded from the cloud. Although this takes a bit more time than restoring the data from a local backup solution, it will yield the same results, with minimal to no business information lost.