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Orchestrate Technologies Moving to Montgomery

Orchestrate Technologies Moving to Montgomery

Orchestrate, a systems engineering and technology services firm specializing in the deployment of Office 365 , security and other network systems, is moving its Headquarters from Morrow to Montgomery OH. Orchestrate choose the space based on its location, walkability and accessibility to interstate 71. The company decided that it needs the additional space as it continues to expand into a regional and national provider of hosted and managed technology services for the SMB market.

Office 365 and Windows Powershell

Office 365 and Windows Powershell

Many feel you lose control and configuration ability when moving your email solution to the cloud.  Not the case with Office 365!  Powershell is still available and is a powerful tool that most Exchange admins can’t do without.  Here is a great presentation on Using Windows PowerShell Magic to Manage Microsoft Office 365.  Link

Need to brush up on your powershell commands for Office 365?  Here is a great link for a cheat sheet:  Link

 

13 Cool Features of Office 365

13 Cool Features of Office 365

Most do not realize the power of Office or the impact it can have your business.  CIO.com had a great write up on 13 cool features.  We are slowly getting rid of onsite Exchange with our clients and moving them to cloud-based service for Office, Sharepoint, Lync and Exchange.

Office365 – Edit PDF’s with Word 2013

Office365 – Edit PDF’s with Word 2013

Converting PFD's into a manageable format is a headache for many of our clients. Did you know you no longer need to have a third party tool to convert or edit PDF's?

In Microsoft Word 2013 you now have the ability to make this happen.

Find out more information and watch a training video here:

http://office.

Windows XP Retirement Nears – Are You Prepared?

Windows XP Retirement Nears – Are You Prepared?

When Windows 8 hit the market, users longed for the days of XP and 7. Sadly, Windows XP is no longer a viable and marketable operating system. In fact, Windows XP is far out of touch with what’s out there now in terms of hardware and functionality, it’s almost far-fetched to see how many computer users are still actively utilizing Windows XP in a hardware environment that hasn’t supported it in at least three years.

Bing and OneNote Together

Bing and OneNote Together

Bing has been growing in popularity as a search engine.  Google still seems to hold a significant share and we see that with our clients, but I do see Bing popping up more and more.  I personally have Bing as my home page on IE and Google as my home page on chrome.