3 Tips To Ensure A Smooth Migration To Microsoft Azure

By Roger Murray | April 24th, 2017 | Cloud Services

Microsoft Azure is a cloud computing platform, among many functionalities Azure delivers solid recovery and replication services to ensure business continuity. But before implementing Azure for your organization, we recommend a few simple tips to making the process that much smoother… Develop an Implementation Roadmap When it comes to implementing a new cloud computing platform … Continued

Microsoft Azure: A Simple Backup Solution

By Roger Murray | July 28th, 2016 | Backup & Disaster Recovery

The majority of us are familiar with the topic of Backup and Recovery.  It is a hot topic in the prevention of total data loss for any organization, as well as providing a level of assurance that if your network was attacked by one of the copious types of Ransomware out there, we could restore … Continued

Last Call for Windows 10 Upgrade

By Roger Murray | July 7th, 2016 | Network Infrastructure

By now, most Windows users have received more than their fair share of notifications and reminders regarding the looming Windows 10 deadline.  With July 29th fast approaching, TSI wanted to provide some insight to the latest Microsoft operating system update.  After the 29th, Microsoft will begin charging $120-$200 per user, depending on the edition and … Continued

Your SQL & Domain Controller Backups Aren’t Enough: Strengthen Your Recovery Strategy

By Jeremy Louise | May 12th, 2016 | Backup & Disaster Recovery

We’re all familiar with the concepts of full and incremental image backups and their value in any backup and disaster recovery strategy. What is less known is how far many of today’s backup solutions actually go to ensure that the most critical aspects of your data, including its integrity are preserved and the amount of … Continued

Spotlight On Microsoft OneDrive

By admin | August 27th, 2015 | Backup & Disaster Recovery

There are countless cloud file storing and sharing services (Egnyte is one we recommend to our clients, while Dropbox is convenient for personal documents and folders), and just as many online word processing or spreadsheet apps. For most business though, there is one creation and editing service stands out amongst the pack – Microsoft OneDrive. … Continued

How Windows Server 2003 End Of Life Could Affect Your Company

By admin | May 13th, 2015 | Backup & Disaster Recovery

Hopefully, it comes as no surprise to you to hear that as of July 14, 2015 Microsoft will be ending all support onWindows Server 2003/R2. You may think that continuing to run Server 2003 won’t have any negative ramifications to your business, but that is patently untrue. Whether you’re looking at it from a financial, … Continued

Is How-Old.net More Than Just Fun and Games?

By admin | May 5th, 2015 | Business Operations

If you’ve played around with Microsoft’s new app – How-Old.net, you’ve probably had a great time uploading photos of you and your family and friends to see just how close Microsoft can get to guessing your age properly. Unfortunately though, you probably didn’t read the fine print associated with uploading your photo into the app … Continued

How to Delete a Calendar Shared using Office.com

By admin | November 11th, 2011 | Managed Services

Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2010 have a cool feature that allows you to share your calendar with other users by publishing it to Office.com. To share the calendar you simply right click on it, choose Publish to Internet (Outlook 2007) or Share (Outlook 2010) and follow the wizard to share it with other users. “Unsharing” the … Continued

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