Category: Microsoft

Maximising Productivity: A Guide to Microsoft 365’s Collaboration Tools (Part 2 – OneDrive)

In our ongoing series on “Maximising Productivity with Office 365’s Collaboration Tools,” we’re excited to explore another essential component of Microsoft 365: OneDrive for Business. As a secure cloud storage solution, OneDrive empowers individuals and teams to store, share, and collaborate on files from anywhere, at any time. Let’s look into the features and benefits …

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Maximising Productivity: A Guide to Microsoft 365’s Collaboration Tools (Part 1 – SharePoint)

In today’s rapidly evolving business landscape, effective collaboration has become the cornerstone of success for organisations worldwide. As teams become increasingly distributed and diverse, the need for robust collaboration tools has never been greater. Enter Microsoft 365 – Microsoft’s comprehensive suite of productivity tools designed to empower teams to work together seamlessly, regardless of their …

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Unlock the Power of Microsoft 365: A Guide for SMBs

In today’s digital age, small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are increasingly turning to cloud-based productivity suites like Microsoft 365 to streamline operations, enhance collaboration, and drive growth. With a comprehensive suite of tools and features, Microsoft 365 offers SMBs the power to achieve more and succeed in a competitive market. Let’s explore how SMBs can …

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My PC is still slow, should I buy a new one now?

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In the previous article we considered the performance improvements through the software changes and updates. Although this may have improved performance you may find that this isn’t enough, or that the improvements Whilst your computer hardware won’t last forever, you could consider upgrading parts of it, or even entering into a maintenance regime to keep …

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My PC is slow, should I buy a new one?

If your PC is running slow, there are several steps you can take to improve its performance before considering the purchase of a new one. Whilst your computer won’t last forever, it could however keep going a little longer with some TLC and maintenance. There are 2 areas that could be affecting your computer, the …

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Microsoft Teams Video Call Review

Microsoft Teams, a flagship product of Microsoft’s Office 365 suite, has emerged as a leading platform for video calling and collaboration in both professional and educational settings. With its rich array of features, Microsoft Teams offers a robust video conferencing experience that caters to diverse needs. One of the standout features of Microsoft Teams is …

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Window 10 April 2018 Update

The  latest update was made available yesterday (30th April), Windows 10 April 2018 Update. So I decided to install this on one machine, which took in total over 4 hours to achieve from start to completion. There are a number of new and updated features (see the Microsoft Windows blog for further information). Here’s a …

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Office 2016 Rollout Begins

Office 2016 rollout has begins from today (22 September) across the UK. The news from the post earlier this year that Office 2016 was due in the second half of 2015, so the time has come. I’ll be looking into this across the next few weeks. If you’d like help or training with Microsoft Office …

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Windows 10 Finally Arrived

After what seemed and endless wait, it finally arrived, and downloaded onto our computers here at AHB IT Solutions, the long awaited and much promised upgrade to Windows, the all new Windows 10. It already has a familiar feel for users of Windows 7 and Windows 8. Microsoft is trying to keep some of the touch …

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Stay connected whilst away from the Office

Being away on holiday for the small business owner can be a bit of a worry, being out of touch with what is happening back home. The solution to the problem is to stay connected using Office 365. You may already have heard about Microsoft Office 365 by now but here’s a summary: Email – fully …

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