Office VoIP – Lessons Learned

Office VoIP – Lessons Learned

VoIP has been part of our office life for the better part of a year.  We have three geographically dispersed offices running off a central VoIP server.  FusionPBX is our VoIP platform as I was familiar with the it before…

Teams for the Win!

Teams for the Win!

Great!  Your small business signed up for Office365!  Email is live.  Fabulous!  Now what do you do? Congratulations, you have joined a large community.  The major on-boarding driver to O365 is email.  For many organizations that seems to be where…

Human firewall – strengthen the weakest security link

Human firewall – strengthen the weakest security link

What is a “human firewall”?  It sounds a bit scary but it’s a term I learned earlier this week.  It aptly describes the role that users play in organizational security strategies.  My thanks to KnowBe4 for teaching me the term.  Allow me…

A Tale of Two Workflows – Part 2

A Tale of Two Workflows – Part 2

In my last post I discussed how leveraging workflows capability in O365 is a way to maximize the benefits of O365. And I demonstrated a basic workflow built inside SharePoint Online.  This post will continue that theme and show a…

A Tale of Two Workflows – Part 1

A Tale of Two Workflows – Part 1

This is the first of two posts that discusses simple workflows creation in Office365. It may be debatable if moving server loads to the Cloud is viable for SMB’s. There is no debate whatsoever over the benefit of leveraging O365…