Microsoft recently announced a major rollout of updates to Office 365 in an unassuming blog post. For those of you who didn’t get the chance to read it, the tech giant said the changes were “inspired by the new culture of work and designed to deliver a balance of power and simplicity.”
Certainly, over the next few months, billions of Office users will experience updates for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, and Outlook.
The FIFA World Cup kicks off in the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow in a few days time. It will be the biggest sporting event in the world this year, with more than 1.6 million tickets already sold. Fans will be travelling from 32 different countries to the tournament. This would make them a very tempting target for cyber criminals.
The UK public sector’s ‘Cloud First’ policy was first announced back in 2013 but 15 years on, less than one in 10 local authorities are using cloud services to access and manage residents’ data. On-premise infrastructure is still relied on heavily by some 80% of councils.
Are you considering outsourcing or co-sourcing your internally provided services? Or, are you approaching end of your contract with your current provider and reviewing how much value they deliver back to your business? If you feel you have outgrown your Managed Services Provider or your internal team can no longer meet your business challenges and you are still not certain whether you need to switch to a new one, here are some key points to consider: