When the Deublin company deployed a Sharepoint server farm in '07, they needed a granular SharePoint backup and recovery solution. Learn how they used DovAve to dramatically increase the flexibility of their Sharepoint content movement, drastically reduce time and resources for restores, and accelerated end-user adoption of SharePoint.
The experts from HP Software Licensing & Management Solutions (SLMS) know all about Microsoft. We identify the best licensing program for your needs, explain how to get the most from your licensing agreement and work with the software publisher on your behalf.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we look at the key characteristics of successful leaders as digital transformation becomes a business priority. We examine Microsoft's plans for exploiting the internet of things. And we look back at British IT history after WW2 as part of Computer Weekly's 50th anniversary celebrations. Read the issue now.
Use this expert e-book to discover whether the local Office 2016 or cloud-based Office 365 is the right fit for your enterprise. Explore topics such as the different costs of each program, increased file encryption in Office 2016, and the system requirements that it takes to run each Office suite.
In this week's Computer Weekly, we find out how Hornby, the iconic model railway company that also owns Scalextric and Airfix, is moving these classic brands into the digital age. With the release of Windows 10, we ask if businesses should upgrade. And our buyer's guide looks at managing software-as-a-service (SaaS) providers. Read the issue now.
Microsoft will release new versions of 12 of its products with an eye toward better integration of systems and applications that will brace environments for the cloud era. This special supplement covers the feature updates that could make a difference for your IT environment.
The content in the planning and architecture guides IT Pros in the development of conceptual, logical, and physical designs for configuring Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 features, servers, and topologies.
This guide discusses the prevalence of two fundamental mediums that users depend on: Microsoft Office and FAX. It outlines the prevalence of Microsoft Office and the fax messaging challenges its business users encounter.