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How To Enable TLS 1.3 on Microsoft Edge Internet Explorer

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Since TLS 1.3 is disabled by default, it needs to be manually enabledfor each browser. Currently, Internet Explorer 11 and Edge do notsupport TLS 1.3 but will be supported in the next updates to come,according to sources from Microsoft Insider Program.If you wish to enable the experimental version, follow...

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How to Set Up Out of Office Replies in the Microsoft Outlook Web Version

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If you’re using the web version of Outlook, you can set up out of office replies by going to Settings > View all Outlook settings > Mail > Automatic replies. Then turn on automatic replies, write your message, and click Save. Go to your Outlook page. You can get there quickly by clicking...

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  • December 6, 2021

Kennametal embraces Microsoft cloud strategy to drive business innovation

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Impossible results are possible for your business with @Microsoft cloud solutions. See how @Kennamental embraces cloud strategy in this video!

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Azure Sentinel – What is it and why should I care?

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The cloud offers advanced security Application and infrastructure security is extremely important to get right. There are many aspects to security, including closing and opening the right data ports and protecting data and accounts. Other aspects of security are probably more difficult to implement and use. These are the...

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Skype for Business Online is retiring

As Microsoft Teams has become the core communications client for Office 365, we are announcing that Skype for Business Online will retire on 31 July 2021. After that time, the Skype for Business Online service will no longer be accessible or supported. For additional details and resources for planning your upgrade to Teams, read our...

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  • January 14, 2020

We Just Survived The Craziest Tech-Ade of Our Time

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Software ownership died, Spaceflight lived and well, net neutrality lived AND died… Wow what a decade! We began 2010 with a massive wave of optimism and of course, connection [FACEBOOK], but all was timeously wiped out by tribalism [FACEBOOK]. There were trolls of every kind, weeping over net neutrality...

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  • November 1, 2019

Data Backup Essentials – What Every Company Must Know

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Any loopholes in managing company data can have serious consequences. Take, for example, Morgan Stanley which had to pay up financier Ronald Perelman a whopping $1.45 billion, in part because the global giant could not produce all the critical email communication during the trial’s disclosure phase. Whether yours is...

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  • October 17, 2019

Sample Internet & Email Usage Policy

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As IT consultants we are often asked to assist our clients with Acceptable use Policies.  IT is very unlikely that any two usage policies will be identical, as companies have different requirements, however it helps to have a sample policy to start as a base and then adapt as...

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  • July 23, 2019

Three Microsoft products you can use offline

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It seems ridiculous that, in today’s day and age, we are still facing situations where we are unable to connect to the internet and, by extension, are disconnected from the rest of the world – at least it feels that way. To overcome these feelings of disconnect, we’ve found...

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  • July 23, 2019

What you need to know about workplace chat apps

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One of the newest in-office trends we’re seeing is workplace chat apps. These tools let you schedule jobs, chat with your co-workers and even let you login on your mobile device, to name but a few functions. While there are so many benefits, there are also some aspects that...

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