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  • Blog Post: Want to hear more about Windows Server 2012?

    Come along and visit our Stand A36 at IP EXPO in Earls Court 2 on the 17-18 th October. There is a jam packed schedule of seminars , so get your registered here and we look forward to seeing you there.
  • Blog Post: Microsoft named a Self-Service Business Intelligence Leader by Forrester Research

    Forrester Research has positioned Microsoft as a leader in the " The Forrester Wave: Self-Service Business Intelligence Platforms, Q2 2012 " report. In this report, Forrester highlights Microsoft's approach to delivering self-service BI through the familiar tools of Excel and SharePoint. The research...
  • Blog Post: Blog: Cutting costs and boosting efficiency: a solvable conundrum

    Cutting costs and boosting efficiency: a solvable conundrum Bringing down costs while boosting efficiency and driving revenue is a dilemma that thousands of business owners spend hundreds of hours attempting to solve, but it is possible, as one global organisation has discovered. A new deal announced...
  • Blog Post: 2012: A Year of Microsoft Milestones

    It's certainly been a busy year for Microsoft. What has been our highlight? Posted by Steven Woodgate We, at Microsoft, are happy to announce ‘Talking Business’ to help entrepreneurs and business owners’ succeed. We believe in your ability to innovate and in the ability of technology...
  • Blog Post: Tips for business cost saving

    Money's tight, but things look to be on the up. This blog wanted to make sure you are using the best possible tools to ensure your business is cost-effective and super! Here are some tips to help you on your way. 1. Use technology By using technology, you are instantly saving money. It is a...
  • Blog Post: Teaching Employees New Security Tricks

    To help fend of spam, viruses, identity theft and corporate sabotage, IT managers need to train company employees to protect themselves and the corporate network, but with mass budget cuts and understaffed IT departments, it is just not getting done. That’s leaving IT managers with even more headaches...