We have now reached the third instalment of our comprehensive Essential 8 series, wherein we will discuss the crucial topic of configuring Microsoft Office macro settings. Microsoft Office applications in the public sector commonly utilise macros to automate routine tasks. Macros are popular and efficient tools for repetitive processes. However, it’s important to note that […]
Something that gets asked from us quite a lot is about devices and if they should be provided by the company we are speaking with or the employees of that company in a BYOD (bring your own device) program. Whilst the latter option helps save capital expenditure initially, this can be more costly and burdensome […]
While this has been around for years, the average user isn’t aware of the basic inking capabilities of PDFs inbuilt within Microsoft Edge. Gone are the days when you need to install Adobe Acrobat to fill in a form or sign a document. To get started, simply right-click a PDF, Open with and choose Microsoft […]
While it’s a rewarding feeling implementing Microsoft 365 in the workplace and watching our clients improve their daily day-to-day operations. Unfortunately, there’s still a tendency for staff to attempt to do things using legacy methods. The lack of embracing of the new technology usually comes down to insufficient training. While there is a wealth of […]
ITnugs are bite-sized pieces of information, easily consumed within 60 seconds. We’ve lost count of the number of times we have walked into a meeting at a “paperless office” and while waiting at reception are greeted by a delivery guy unloading reams upon reams of paper off the truck. Walking into the meeting room we […]
ITnugs are bite-sized pieces of information, easily consumed within 60 seconds. This ITnug summary outlines the top features we can expect to see as part of the next big Windows release, commonly known as Sun Valley. This version is rumoured to be released in Oct 2021. Improved Clipboard Manager. DNS over HTTPS. Modernised Disk Management. […]
Well it’s been some time since Microsoft acquired Wunderlist, and we’ve got to admit they’re continually making improvements to the newly labelled Microsoft Todo which is free and bundled with Microsoft 365. The first option is a minimalist approach where we setup basic lists, with tasks under each (as below). @Next Actions Call Tony re: […]
Windows Vista’s mainstream support ended in April 2012, five years after Vista’s general release date, meaning the Operating System no longer received non-security fixes and new features. Today (12/04/2017), extended support ended which includes security updates. This is standard practice for Microsoft operating systems, which typically end all support a decade into each version’s life-cycle.