Save as you go. If ever there was a golden rule of working with computers, this is it. Anyone who has ever worked on a document before losing their progress to an application crash or power cut knows only too well the dangers of not saving your work. So the introduction of Auto Save in Office seems to be, on the face of it, an absolute gem. But how does it work and what if you need to turn it off?
The Macnamara Blog
That sounds a bit counter-intuitive, doesn’t it? There have already been great strides made by architects, engineers, and other related construction professionals to adopt cloud-based software such as Autodesk BIM360. Whilst these tools bring huge benefits, it still seems that it’s the domain of large practices and corporates. Why is that?
Domains are everywhere and they’re a vital part of the internet, not to mention your online company identity. A key part of our service is Domain Management so, by and large, if you’re a client of ours you don’t need to worry too much about what it is or what it does. But having some background on what they are and how they work is always useful.
The ability to store, edit, and access data around the world has revolutionized the way people and companies operate — Cloud services are no longer considered a luxury — they’re the cornerstone of a firm’s coherent and competitive IT strategy.
In this blog we take a look at why Unified Communications hasn’t yet delivered on its promise. Figuring out how to contact someone is becoming more rather than less complicated: we think we know why and what to do about it.