I found this great article by Bob O’Donnell recently and thought I would share it with you all. Some great points are made and regardless of your business size – mobility is coming. Fear not though mobility within your workforce can be done right, with enough planning and thought.
About Adam Smith
Enjoys helping business and business owners increase the productivity and profitability of their employee's through the introduction of new and relevant technologies to their operations. New technologies requires new thinking and at SIAX Computing Solutions we will help you achieve more through leading edge implementations.
BIO: Adam started as a technician will SIAX Computing Solutions in July 2004. Following this he served as the Technical Services Manager for 6 years, before moving into Sales and Account Management.
He is currently the General Manger - Sales & Marketing.
Entries by Adam Smith
Today Microsoft announced some stunning new hardware – from the new Surface Pro 4, three new Lumia phones, an amazing 11 sensor fitness band and the Surface Book – the ultimate Microsoft designed laptop. These announcements highlight how Microsoft are a new company, with a distinct focus on creating new device categories and leading PC […]
Office 2016 is now available, but what are the new key features and takeaways? Paul Thurrott, renowned technology journalist at thurrott.com provides his review of this new release.
Great news for those business owners looking to get more important and relevant data out of their business reporting with additional ‘analytics’ features added to Excel 2016. A must read for any business owner.
Microsoft has today released Office 2016. This is a major update to the company’s suite of productivity tools, releasing both a stand-alone package for PC and Mac, as well as rolling out updates to Office 365.
At SIAX Computing Solutions, we’ve never been content with the same range of products just because they work. Today I’m proud to announce a new partner – Cisco Meraki.
It’s been announced that the new version of Microsoft Office 2016 will begin arriving for users on September 2015. Having used the Preview version for a number of months, it’s a nice update visually from Office 2013 and will feature some greatly needed features like real time co-authoring within a number of programs.
Day 2 started well with another two fantastic keynotes around the technology platforms Microsoft are providing and developing, and the innovation of that technology is now bringing to every part of our lives and well as the potential it will further bring in future.