Jez Nolan

Teams’s Data Locations

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One of the most confusing aspects about Teams is about where and how things are stored. First impressions are utterly confusing and trying to decide how you might structure things can be a daunting prospect. The key thing here is to try to fight the need to picture this in your mind’s eye after all […]

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Teams Calendar (Meetings) and Calls

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Let’s not forget one of the most useful features in Teams; the ability to video conference and make VoIP calls. Don’t forget Microsoft bought Skype some time ago and now Skype for Business has morphed fully into an impressive component of Teams. We suspect Microsoft is doing it’s usual dominance by stealth in this field. […]

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Teams, SharePoint Lists & Flow

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One thing we all seem to juggle is a lot of lists of things that need to be done. I seem to be forever shifting to a new list or rearranging an existing one. What if you could create a list formatted exactly how you want it, with the content you need, available to all […]

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A Few Clever Tricks with Microsoft Teams

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We wanted to see what we could do with this product, and we added a few clever tricks to Microsoft Teams. We already have a lot of other internal software products that we use for managing data, clients’ requests, and all the equipment and networks we look after. What we were lacking was a top-down […]

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How to set up Teams & Channels in Microsoft Teams

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Teams You need to decide how you are going to set up your actual Teams membership. However, most companies have a Sales/Marketing department, an operations department and one for finance. You could also have one for management. Possibly just as useful would be one to organise a mix of internal and external group of people […]

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Microsoft Teams

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The answer to true collaborative working? This is the story of our adoption of this product. We hope it will give you clarity on what it can do for you and your business. What is Microsoft Teams? In order of appearance in the App: – Your recent mentions replies and activity – One to one […]

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Are your mobile devices secure?

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Are your mobile devices secure? We all want to work more flexibly, where we want and when we want. To do this, devices need to be mobile. How many mobile devices do you have? Phones – at least oneTabletsSmart watch, whether Android or iOSAnyone still got Google Glasses?? How many are used to access your […]

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We are Cyber Essentials with IASME Governance (GDPR readiness) Certified

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Cyber Essentials Certified We are proud to announce we are now Cyber Essentials Certified. This should be considered to be the new minimum requirement for all business – the norm moving forward and demonstrates that your company is taking IT infrastructure and security seriously. More details here: Basic Cyber Essentials BUT we strongly recommend you read the […]

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GDPR – The General Data Protection Regulation

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Don’t Panic! It is now less than a month until the GDPR is enforced. This has been a long time in coming and we should all be well prepared and ready. The stark reality is that very few of us are and a lot of us are starting to panic. In this sort of a […]

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Classic Email Spoof (x2)

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22/02/18 Updated with another one further down the page. No 1 Having just received this I thought I’d share it. This may be nothing new to you but in case you’ve never seen this… Company Directors, CEOs and business owners are easy to find on the Internet, as are Finance Directors and other credit control/accounts […]

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