Here are 5 key reasons to use a Managed Service Provider, such as Lucidity, to assist you with your Office 365 migration.
This week, Lucidity launched an amazing Office 365 autumn promotion. Businesses who purchase subscriptions for the Office 365 Enterprise E3 plan can benefit from a free ‘Introduction to Office 365’ course for up to twenty users.
After discussing the security features of Windows Server 2016 in his previous blog, Zach discusses the second main feature of Server 2016,Improving IT Efficiency and Productivity.
Amazon’s S3 web-based storage service has been having some major issues today (1 March, 2017), and while this doesn’t affect Lucidity’s customers in any way, we are all watching on with interest to see how this impacts the overall cloud-service discussion.
With the release of Microsoft’s latest server platform, Windows Server 2016, Microsoft is leading the way in terms of both keeping up to date with existing threats, as well as planning ahead to neutralise attacks in the future.
Office 365 has been around for over five years since its full release in 2011, highlighting not only the maturity of the service itself, but of cloud services in general.
When choosing a provider to host your data on their cloud file storage platform, the first questions you should be asking is what level of security they have in place to look after your data. If it is anything less than banking grade levels of encryption & security, you should run and not look back!
A review of Microsoft New Zealand Partner Connect 2016 Conference
This year’s Microsoft Ignite conference was filled with lots of great sessions. The keynote kicked things off with a wide range of technologies being showcased from bots you can use to easily interact with Azure…
Several IT businesses have closed down in recent times, highlighting the importance of carrying out checks on your provider before closing the deal.