Why do some organisations chose not to use an email or file archiving solution?
Microsoft 365 and Office 365 prices to increase next year — who is affected?
For those that have not seen, Microsoft have increased the list pricing of Office 365 (from March 2022): Doing it a month after announcing $70 billion annual operating income may not be the greatest timing! While the principle is sound, if you can make that much money…do you really need to increase the price? Today Mark and I are going to explore this price increase and what it could potentially mean for our clients.
The Reality of Fulfilling Data Subject Access Requests (DSAR’s)
Legacy Access to Email in the Event of a Disaster
Today Mark and I will be discussing why Email disaster recovery is a critical part of IT security. When email goes down, business continuity can go awry. Email downtime means reduced productivity, potentially lost customers, and lower revenue. When an outage occurs, the organization needs a way to restore email as quickly as possible. Also, it is not cost effective to keep every email in your g-suite or office 365.
On-premises File Servers, Are you worried?
As technology has matured, more and more businesses are well on their way to leveraging the benefits of the cloud. Contrary to file servers, the cloud allows easy scalability, enhanced mobility and collaboration between offices at a fraction of on-premise costs.
Office 365 Backup – Do you need it?
Backing up Microsoft 365 can be a controversial question with some people suggesting you, absolutely need to back up and others saying there is no need. Sure there are some valid reasons to backup data in Office 365, but in general, do most organisations need it? Lets discuss.