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If you haven’t heard, Microsoft announced their intent to acquire LinkedIn for $26.2 billion. I have to admit some of Microsoft’s acquisitions make me scratch my head (remember Nokia?). Acquiring LinkedIn makes a lot of sense to me particularly in what they could do with it in just one area; Microsoft CRM.
As a small business owner, no one understands or cares more about the success of your company than you. That’s why having a backup and business continuity plan in place should be a priority, not just because it’s best practice but because it’s good for your bottom line as well. In a recent blog titled Data Backups: The Cost of Doing Business, we discuss the importance of data security and the financial burden of not having data backups in place.
Microsoft Office 2016 was released at the end of 2015 which has given us some time to really digest some of the new features and changes. At first glance Office 2016 doesn’t appear to be a great departure from Office 2013, but there are certainly a number of nice new features that could make for a compelling reason to upgrade.
Yes, that’s right. Microsoft’s virtual assistant, Cortana, is now integrated with Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online. If you’re using Windows 10 on your PC or mobile device and your organization is set up with Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online, it’s easy to set up and get started.
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Here at Beringer Associates, data security is of the utmost importance. Ask any member of our team and you’ll find everyone is constantly backing up their data and creating effective redundancy throughout the day. Any expert in the field will tell you that keeping current data backups is important, but have you ever sat down and wondered why?
There’s no one size fits all for the definition of the word HACKER. Everyone hacks for a different reason. In the case of LinkedIn the professional social network company is finding out a breach of the network that happened in 2012 has fueled Hackers to sell 117 million login passwords on the black market. But wait, why would this have any real big consequence?