Gmail’s Address Recipient Mapping is having some issues. It’s completely down for many :(Read More
Google’s John Matson gave a great presentation this morning at SpiceWorks’s annual conference. This is my first visit to SpiceWorld, but I’ve seen dozens of Chrome OS presentations from Google. Several things stuck out to me. Great attendance, tons of hardware options, and a lot of potential use cases.Read More
Adobe has announced the end of life for Business Catalyst. What are the alternatives to Adobe Business Catalyst? You’re in luck! There are several MUCH BETTER alternatives. Your organization deserves much more than a so-so IMAP email server.Read More
Google Takeout creates a copy of your data … which you can do anything you’d like with. Google Takeout is a free service available to any type of Google Account. For security reasons, it can be disabled by G Suite Administrators. We frequently come across organizations leveraging Google Takeout to enable migration projects of various scopes and sizes. Don’t do this.Read More
The information you need, right when you need it! Use the power of Google to search across your company’s content. From Gmail and Drive to Docs, Sheets, Slides, Calendar, and more, Google Cloud Search answers your questions and delivers relevant suggestions to help you throughout the day.Read More
End-to-End Encryption. With Virtru for Drive, you can have the best of both worlds. Leverage Google’s massive infrastructure (and cheap storage) while maintaining complete control of your data.Read More
If your employees are leveraging Dropbox to get work done, you should give them Dropbox. More importantly, you should control Dropbox in the same way the firm manages other technologies - email, calendaring, the phone system, laptops, project management, Word, etc.Read More
Bandwidth limitations, access speeds and Internet outages limit traditional cloud storage solutions. A hybrid technology solves these problems by combining the accessibility and flexibility of cloud.Read More
Umzuzu is a small, bootstrapped firm in the Kansas City area. Certainly year 11 is much easier than year 1, but we never forget our roots. We understand the desire and value of the DIY projects. They can often save money, especially initially. But as we all know, DIY projects can be surprisingly complex!Read More
Starting in April, G Suite Basic will be $6/per user. Contact us before April to see if you can quality for promotional G Suite Business pricing at just $6.67/user and lock it in for 18 months!Read More
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This copy of Microsoft Office 2016 cannot be used on a computer running Terminal Services. To use Office 2016 on a computer running Terminal Services, you must use a Volume License edition of Office.
On January 16th, Google announced upcoming pricing changes to G Suite. Starting on April 2, 2019, G Suite Basic Edition will increase by $1 (from $5 or $4.16 to $6 per user/month) and G Suite Business Edition will increase by $2 (from $10 to $12 per user/month). Save more than 40% by contacting us prior to 4/2/2019!Read More
Over the last ten years, G Suite has grown to provide more tools, functionality and value to help businesses transform the way they work. The one thing that hasn't changed over this time, is price. Today, Google is announcing two incremental list price updates to reflect this value.Read More