This year’s event focused on Microsoft’s Modern Workplace and new solutions aimed at adapting to the new normal for the current remote workforce. Here are a few new features we are excited about using in our office and sharing with our customers.
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Microsoft 365 combines a suite of online services, including business-class email, cloud file storage, and secure communication tools along with the traditional desktop applications.
Snowflake provides companies with the tools to navigate their data and multi-cluster computer, even when it is housed on servers run by different vendors.
Teams Together mode is a new meeting experience that places participants in a shared digital background, making it feel like you’re sitting in the same room with everyone in your meeting.
For small businesses, the best way to begin your Search Engine Optimization is to start at the local level. Local SEO is not necessarily about getting to the top of Google for a variety of different keywords. When beginning the optimization of your website, the first phase could be seen as building a rapport with Google.
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to force millions of employees to work remotely, collaboration across teams and departments can become challenging. If you’re an active Microsoft 365 subscriber, there are two built-in Microsoft 365 applications that can help any business overcome these challenges.
With IT being the backbone of any small business, it’s important to select an MSP who truly understands your business objectives and views the relationship more like a partnership than an outsourced vendor.
Louisville Geek shares our experience with a variety AdWords platforms we used and, if your business has ever considered AdWords, hopefully this can help shed some light on what to expect.
At Louisville Geek, we recommend the 3-2-1 backup rule, which suggests having 3 copies of your data on 2 different media platforms and 1 copy of your data offsite.
A few of us here at Louisville Geek attended, so we wanted to share a few takeaways from the conference.