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Microsoft Dynamics 365 – Now generally available

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By Jujhar Singh on 11/1/2016 3:00:00 PM Last month we unveiled and provided a first look at Dynamics 365, showing off the capabilities our customers can expect from our latest generation of intelligent business applications. Today, we are excited to announce that Dynamics 365 is generally available. The first thing users will see with Dynamics 365 is that we are bringing our business applications closer together in how they look, feel and integrate with each other. To better enable end-to-end business processes, we have unified the navigation and core user experience across each of the Dynamics 365 applications. It remains […]

How The Internet Enables Cyberbullying But Promotes Connection

David M Kirby Screenwriter, Editor, Columnist CREDIT: PORTAL PBH – PREFEITURA BELO HORIZONTE The internet has a problem with cyberbullying. Technology is both the culprit and the solution. The internet is capable of connecting humanity like never before. We can share information and learn more about other cultures. We talk online about our interests. Facebook lets us connect with family and friends. Twitter allows us to add commentary to everyday life. These can be great things, especially when it helps us grow and helps others consider new viewpoints. Sometimes others have no interest in changing and would rather argue and […]

IT Security Risks for SMB

One of the most overlooked security risks for small businesses today comes from the most unlikely of places, your own employees. Non-business related Internet usage by employees not only can be dangerous and drain productivity; it may also open your business up to human resource and litigation concerns. In this month’s Tech Brief we’ll look at the risks that employee Internet usage can have on your business and the steps that you can take to limit its impact. 30-40% of Internet use in the workplace is not related to business. 70% of all Internet adult-site traffic occurs during the 9-5 […]

15 Signs You’ve Been Hacked

Hardware, software, wetware, bloatware, crapware… and the newest piece of shiny is on sale now! Far too often users think slow or unreliable performance is just part of the fun of using computers, and when the Internet is slow, it’s because someone in another office is probably watching Netflix. But whether you are a home user all alone, sharing an Internet connection with friends, family or roommates, or a corporate IT SysAdmin wondering what is going on, you never want to write off slowness as “one of those things”. Chances are, it’s not. It’s a hack. There are so many […]