This week we've got 6 more very cool features of Windows 10 that most people don't know about. We compiled this list to help you get a little bit more out of your Windows 10 experience. If you haven't already seen our original article on 6 Hidden Tricks within Windows 10 be sure to also check those out after getting your teeth into the gems below.
One of the best things about Windows 10 is that each individual feature is the result of a team of dedicated engineers who create the best, and often customisable, experience possible. So, with such a complex, nuanced, and vast piece of software, it makes sense that there are lot's of little tricks and UI flourishes most people don't even know about.
Here at Virtuoso we spend a lot of time talking about Microsoft 365 and Office 365. In fact they make up the foundation of many of the services we provide to our customers.
Here at Virtuoso we’ve been singing the praises of Microsoft Teams for some time now. We're users of Teams ourselves and firmly believe that it has the potential to transform the way teams within any organisation work. It's beauty lies in bringing together different elements of team-working (such as workspace, chat and note-taking) and integrating them seamlessly within the Office 365 platform. So if you're already using Teams and want some handy tips, or need a few more reasons to get Teams for your business now, then read on!
It’s good news that more and more larger businesses across the UK are embracing Digital Transformation, however small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) could often do more to face up to the challenge of digital transformation. As well as new technologies, they also have to address key aspects involving people, data and processes. This week’s blog provides a handy rapid-fire list of what we believe are the top ten golden rules SMEs need to follow in their business strategies to adapt to the changing digital landscape.
If you have plants in the reception of your firm and they are watered by another company (or individual) that’s outsourcing - albeit at the simple end of the scale! At the other end of that scale one of the first big outsourcing deals was some 15 years ago in 2003. Business commentators were taken by surprise when Procter & Gamble outsourced all world-wide IT functions to Hewlett-Packard in a deal worth $3 Billion. Their reasoning was that specialists would be able to do a better job than they could. And time proved them correct as the initial $3B deal soon reached $5B.
We’ve been singing Microsoft Team’s praises since the app was released. In our opinion, its user-friendly interface and innovative features make it the must-have tool for businesses of all sizes. It’s no surprise therefore that this week Microsoft released the news that Microsoft Teams is the now used by 329,000 businesses, up from 200,000 in March making it the fastest growing Microsoft app in history.
We often hear the concept that you need a set number of people to support a task and employing that number of people is cheaper than buying a service. However, this mindset overlooks the significant value added from the outsourcer itself. Our blog this week demonstrates that to get a true comparison you also have to consider the value they bring from their processes, tools and practices.
You may have seen that we recently posted a short piece about our approach to Managed IT for the legal sector - one of the key points discussed was our focus on Microsoft and Citrix technologies. In this week’s blog I want to look into this area in a little more detail.