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The 4 benefits of going cloud-native 

Now businesses are focussed on adopting a cloud-first strategy, moving beyond the compute, storage, and network benefits. Businesses are increasingly looking to cloud-native applications to take advantage of technologies such as serverless computing, machine learning, and IoT....

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5 steps to move to a cloud CRM 

Customers these days have access to more choice, information, and products than ever before. On top of this, they have more devices to access everything on, and more channels to engage businesses on. Because of this, customers don’t have the time or patience for poor experiences. This is where customer relationship management (CRM) comes in....

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What is cloud-native and how can it help you? 

Thanks to the cloud, it’s now easier than ever for a business to start and scale as they grow. No longer do you have large upfront costs to gain access to on-premises servers. You only pay for what you need, when you need it. This allows for much greater flexibility and faster innovation, making it...

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Microsoft security and the minimum cyber security standards 

The Government, in collaboration with the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has released guidance on the minimum cyber security standards that all government departments, agencies and contractors must comply with to protect their information, technology and digital services. It covers five categories: identify, protect, detect, respond, and recover. The measures covered in the document will...

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Ease of Deployment and set-up of classroom laptops 

Faith can be a really powerful thing. I have faith in lots of things such as the brakes in my car working. That faith doesn’t happen automatically though. Faith in these things is built up over time which leads to us having the confidence to use them without having to think too much about them....

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