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Written by, Byron Rader, General Manager, Apps and Services, Microsoft Asia Pacific In the New World of Work, businesses need more tools to remain relevant Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint are some of the most prolific and used productivity tools in the world today. They have been mainstays within organizations for decades, but that does […]

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Slow Afternoon It was a normal Wednesday afternoon when Jim noticed his computer was running sluggish. He called the IT guy and they asked him to reboot his PC, which seemingly resolved the issue. The IT Guy The next day Jim noticed the same speed issues. This time, when he called the IT Guy he walked over to […]

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Stretch your IT budget

Keeping pace with today’s intensely competitive business environment demands an IT function that is responsive and efficient. Today, we need technology that transforms the business – achieved with a smaller budget. So how do you stretch your IT budget without losing efficiency? Here are 5 techniques to deal with your budget. Don’t miss the opportunity […]

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2016 is the year of the Red Monkey and Fire element. Monkeys are a smart, naughty, wily and vigilant animal. The Fire is strong and destroying. If many people think that 2016 will see an unstable economic situation, I am confident that if you can outsmart the Monkey and take the decisions that will make […]

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Upgrade to Windows 10

We’re often asked by friends, family, fools and clients (not necessarily in that order!), “should I upgrade to the latest and greatest technology products, software and services?” Microsoft’s latest and last operating system is no different. Windows 10 has been available since mid-2015, its Microsoft’s latest desktop, mobile and tablet Operating system. So here a […]

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Budgeting IT

Most companies have the misconception that IT is an expense, a cost centre. The truth cannot be further from that. Most companies rely heavily on IT for daily operations, and any downtime to the IT systems and infrastructure can be catastrophic and cripple operations, to say the least. How much should a company allocate? How […]

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