Eating cake and fixing computers
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We kicked off autumn with a homage to our favourite TV show - the Great British Bake Off. To raise money for the Archer Project, our wonderful team rolled up their sleeves and baked some delicious treats. We then voted for our Star Baker and raised over £50! Aside from baking cakes, we've also been researching new technology and spotting hacker tricks. Read on for more...
0% server, 100% control with Microsoft
You might think that having a physical server next to your desk is more secure than keeping all your data in the cloud. But that's not true - not with the arrival of Microsoft 365 Business. Not only does this new tech enable you to ditch clunky servers all together, it provides you with full control of all of your devices. So, if an iPhone goes missing you can lock business data with the flick of a switch. 
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Watch out for phishing in SharePoint
Phishpoint is the snazzy new name for a scam that has been doing the rounds in SharePoint. It's anything but snazzy though, and it can sneak through antivirus because it uses genuine sharing invitations from SharePoint Online. Therefore, you really need to be on the alert to prevent it. Technical specialist David explains what it looks like and how to avoid it in his latest blog.
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PowerShell commands in one easy-to-use list
IT engineers rejoice! Ross has created a list of all the most popular exchange PowerShell commands, so next time you need one you can just reference this list. Microsoft prefers PowerShell because it reduces the number of places hackers can get into your systems. So, if you're technical it is worth getting to grips with these regular commands.
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