At our recent SE Lunch & Learn, Microsoft Office 365 (O365) subject matter experts, Jean Haskell, Senior Analyst, and Mark Benton, Director of Product Management, reviewed many of the features and benefits of O365. In this article, we highlight a couple of the key features they spoke about.
For some, spring is a sign of warmer weather and the disappearance of snow. But to those of us in marketing, spring is a time to attend events and tradeshows. While everything leans towards a more digital presence these days, tradeshows and events allow for good face-to-face interactions while providing networking advantages that the digital experience lacks.
Our recent SE Lunch & Learn series titled Windows 10: Enabling Your Move to the Cloud featured Microsoft's Steve Deming and Systems Engineering's (SE's) Adrian Wells. This event gave both speakers a chance to mention the new Windows 10 upgrade benefits for Windows Cloud Subscriptions which had previously been announced by Microsoft on January 19 of this year.
As another year slowly comes to an end, we enjoy looking back to remember all the great accomplishments and fun times we had here at Systems Engineering (SE). Here are a few of our favorite memories from 2016:
With our upcoming Lunch & Learn titled Personal Devices & Corporate Data: The impact of BYOD and MDM in the workplace just around the corner (May 5, 11, and 12), we decided to poll those registered for the event on their current state of Mobile Device Management (MDM) affairs. The survey encompassed questions such as these:
Systems Engineering's recent Lunch & Learn titled Risk Management in the Era of Ransomware, took place in three locations on three various dates. SE presenters, Joe McIntyre and Alan Damon, discussed how vulnerable businesses are to ransomware over a natural disaster. No matter what the cause or the suspect, business data continually plays the role of victim. So, what are businesses doing to backup and recover the data that is imperative to their survival?
Cybercrime is a big business, leading criminals to use a wide-range of strategies to penetrate network defenses. Securing confidential business information and the integrity of your IT infrastructure is crucial, yet most companies struggle to keep pace with all the security technologies needed to protect sensitive data.
Systems Engineering’s (SE) Lunch & Learn: "Productivity & Collaboration in the Cloud: It’s not your mother’s office anymore" was held this past June in Bangor and Portland, Maine and Bedford, New Hampshire. This event reviewed Microsoft’s latest Office 365 and SharePoint offerings which are enabling organizations to improve collaboration between remote workers, multi-office locations, and business partners. In addition, these solutions are increasing productivity by allowing end-users to work with any device and at any time.