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Clayton Mitchell

What is the Cloud?

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Filed under Cloud Practice, Hardware, Managed Services

What is the Cloud?

At the most basic level, the Cloud is a network of remote servers hosted on the Internet and used to store, manage, and process data in place of local servers or personal computers.

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Clayton Mitchell

Why Should You Move Your On-Premise Microsoft Exchange to the Cloud?

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Filed under Managed Services, Productivity

Why consider moving your On-Premise Exchange to the Office365 Cloud?

Below are 5 reasons for any company to consider moving their on-premise Exchange to the Office 365 Cloud:

  1. Cost of Exchange Server Licenses and Cost of User CALs.
    • Exchange Standard (Open License) costs $862.00 (Note: Price is based on MSRP)
    • Exchange Enterprise (Open License) costs $4903.00 (Note: Price is based on MSRP)
    • You Need either Exchange Standard CALs $119.99 each or Exchange Enterprise CALs $72.99  (For 50 users that’s $6000 for Exchange Standard CALs).   (Note: Pricing is based on MSRP)
  2. Cost of purchasing server hardware every 4-5 years. This alone is a Capital Expenditure of $8,000-$10,000, not including Local Tape Backup or Cloud Backup costs. Read More »
Clayton Mitchell

Which Office 365 Plan Is Best For My Business?

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Filed under Managed Services, Popular, Productivity

What is Office 365?

Office 365 refers to Microsoft subscription plans that include access to Office applications plus other productivity services that are enabled over the Internet (cloud service) such as Skype for Business web conferencing and Exchange Online hosted email for business, and additional online storage with OneDrive for Business. The first version came with Office 2013 and the latest version now comes with Office 2016.

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Clayton Mitchell

The Six Biggest SMB Technology Mistakes

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Filed under Hardware, Managed Services

Small and medium sized businesses (SMB) often don’t have the resources or desire to track the latest IT trends, security threats, or even common break/fix tips. And not all small business owners are adept at maintaining best technology practices.

As a result, SMBs frequently make certain technology mistakes and here is a look at some of these mistakes.

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Clayton Mitchell

Why is a Disaster Recovery Plan Important?

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Filed under Hardware, Managed Services

What is a Disaster Recovery Plan?

At the most basic level, a Disaster Recovery Plan is a document prepared by IT Staff with step-by-step instructions on how to restore all IT systems back to their previous functional state in the event of a site disaster.

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Stephajn

Designing for Your End Users, Not Yourself

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Filed under Developing Teams, Usability

As developers, we take a great deal of pride in our work. Most of it is entirely unnoticed by the people that use what we have spent hours building and designing: the end users. That really cool, almost poetic, bit of code we wrote? They don’t see it. They click a button, and the thing works. That’s what they care about. As a developer, that’s what you care about. It needs to just work.

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Stephajn

AngularJS Nuts and Bolts – Watch Expressions

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Filed under JavaScript

In Part Two of this series of AngularJS Nuts and Bolts articles, I discussed ngMessages and showed how this directive can save you the hassle of setting up a bunch of watch expressions manually in order to display validation errors. In this article, I will look a bit closer at watch expressions and help you appreciate what they do for you, and some things to look out for. Read More »

Stephajn

AngularJS Nuts and Bolts – ngMessages

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Filed under JavaScript

In Part One of this AngularJS Nuts and Bolts series, I discussed the concept of Form Controllers, and showed how they can be used effectively for Form Validation. This post will continue the discussion, focusing on an add-on module for AngularJS called ngMessages.

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