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Want to Save 30% on Microsoft Premier Support? We Have the Answer!

2016-01-21T11:10:19+00:00 January 21st, 2016|

Microsoft and its many fantastic products are simply amazing. Countless businesses of all shapes and sizes rely on so many different facets that Microsoft has developed and provides. Whether you’re programming with SQL and operating through Windows, manage your data with SharePoint or Azure, or tackle several tasks through the [...]

SharePoint 2015: Another Case for the Hybrid Cloud

2015-08-25T10:30:07+00:00 August 25th, 2015|

[Yes, you’re right. The product is now named SharePoint 2016. Since publishing this article, Microsoft has released a blog that refers to the upcoming version of SharePoint as SharePoint Server 2016. So, now we know…] Why the next version of SharePoint will work best in a Hybrid Cloud SharePoint 2013 set the pace [...]

New E5 Premium Office 365 Plan Announced at WPC

2015-07-29T10:23:52+00:00 July 29th, 2015|

Microsoft recently held its Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) in Orlando which serves the Microsoft community as a way to educate, network and build solutions with fellow partners.  This year, Microsoft’s CEO Satya Nadella’s keynote made it clear – this is a “mobile-first, cloud-first world.”  You can see the whole keynote speech below: [...]

The Time to Leave Windows 2003 is Now

2015-07-21T08:53:18+00:00 July 21st, 2015|

Security flaws, lack of compliance expose Windows 2003 to cyber threats If you haven’t moved off of Windows Server 2003 since it has approached end-of-life, you’re leaving yourself wide open to security breaches that can cripple your business. As of July 14, 2015, it’s time to get serious and protect your [...]

Internet Browser Support and Compatibility Features

2015-06-26T09:00:01+00:00 June 26th, 2015|

This blog goes hand in hand with another blog, “SharePoint Internet Explorer Compatibility Issues” written by a colleague of mine here at Fpweb.net, Steve Lattina. He focuses on compatibility issues with Internet Explorer and some fixes, but I’m actually going to dive into the other types of browsers out there and why some functions [...]

My Microsoft Ignite Recap: 5,000 free throw shots later…

2015-05-13T09:23:39+00:00 May 13th, 2015|

Full disclosure: This recap won’t speak to the sessions and announcements made by Microsoft at the conference. I spent way too much time shooting basketballs at our booth to make it to any sessions, plus Microsoft highlights the sessions and recaps nicely, so why try to top it? Instead, I’ll [...]

Microsoft Ignite Conference on the Horizon

2015-02-02T08:30:13+00:00 February 2nd, 2015|

We’re Counting Down the Days to Microsoft Ignite! If you can believe it, we’re less than four months away from the start of Microsoft Ignite! However, let’s step back, you may have heard of Ignite but are still wondering what it really is? No problem. I’ve broken it down into a [...]

Microsoft’s Enterprise Cloud Suite in 2015

2015-01-02T09:04:50+00:00 January 2nd, 2015|

Is Microsoft’s Enterprise Cloud Suite (ECS) Right for You? In the past, if you licensed the Microsoft stack of software directly from Microsoft, you were licensing under an Enterprise Agreement (EA). Most of you with EAs understand the “true up” requirement around any increases in “devices” or “users.” Qualified Devices [...]

Why You Need a UCC for Microsoft Exchange

2014-12-09T09:51:39+00:00 December 9th, 2014|

Add Unified Communications Certificate to Microsoft Exchange Customers often ask why they need a UCC certificate for their Microsoft Exchange. Well, first let’s address what is a UCC certificate? A United Communications Certificate is a SSL Certificate that lets you use and secure multiple names in one domain name. With just one UCC cert, you can have [...]