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Posts Tagged ‘Microsoft’

Telstra Vantage 2018 Wrap-Up

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By: Stuart Callaghan, Account Director, IComm Day 1 Starting It All Off With Some Sessions Opening Keynote To kick off day one, I attended the morning’s Opening Key Note where Andy Penn (Telstra’s CEO) spoke about where Telstra is heading and the huge advances that can be made with the launch of Telstra’s 5G network.…

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Have you heard of TLS 1.0 End of Life?

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Have you heard? The sky just might be falling…. The phones, the phones, they won’t work!!!   No really, we’re not joking.  This is not a test. Okay, well, maybe we are just a little bit, but it’s just a bit of fun.  But really, in all seriousness, this is an issue that Microsoft has…

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Telstra Calling For Office 365 Announced

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Well it’s finally happened. The titans have clashed and finally Microsoft and Telstra have come to an agreement, meaning we can enable our users for PSTN calling without the need to deploy something like an expensive Cloud Connector Edition (CCE) solution. Today they announced that PSTN Calling for Office 365 has arrived in Australia. What does this mean for…

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So, what’s new in Office 2016?

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A first look at some of the best new features of Office 2016.   Here are the most useful new features that need Office 365 or additional Microsoft servers such as SharePoint brilliantly noted by J. Peter Bruzzese. Word 2016: Real-time co-authoring If you have documents shared through OneDrive, OneDrive for Business, or SharePoint Online, you…

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