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What Is Automation and How BPA Helps Your Business

 

The inefficient, manual, repetitive task is ingrained into the day-to-day operations of most businesses.  It manifests itself in a variety of ways. 

Common Scenarios: 

  • The cutting and pasting of data from one report into a spreadsheet in order to produce "the real" report

  • The upkeep and use of an obsolete system or software “because it contains valuable information”

  • The laborious reconciliation of timesheets, billings, expenses or “non-accounting” data

  • Unsecured paper/document-based messaging or communication workflows

Understanding the Power of Power Apps

Lately, Microsoft has been making a lot of hay about the Power Platform, which consists of Power Apps, Power Automate, and PowerBI.  Understanding the purpose of Power Apps and the possibilities of code-free development will help you determine if your project is a candidate for Power Apps.

Windows 7 Update – How Goes the Great Migration?

A lot of IT administrators probably wake up each morning, look at the calendar, and sigh. That’s because there’s only three months and change left before January 14, 2020 – the day that Windows 7 is officially end-of-life.

Weekly Azure Roundup-Sept 27, 2019

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3 Ways to Lower Your TCO with Application Modernization

Applications don't age like fine wine. The older an application is, the less likely it will work natively with newer hardware and software. In turn, this means you'll spend more time maintaining your legacy application and less time building newer and more valuable software. You'll also spend more money. Companies spend up to 80% of their IT budgets maintaining legacy applications.

Weekly Azure Roundup-Sept 18, 2019

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Weekly Azure Roundup-August 30, 2019

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A Wake-Up Call For Videoconferencing Security

This July, the Zoom bug quickly got us all thinking about videoconferencing security again. Although the bug was quickly squashed, the idea that someone could send you a link that would arbitrarily add you to a conference call – thus allowing attackers to spy on you through your webcam – was unsettling beyond belief. Although Apple patched the Zoom bug out of existence before anyone could take advantage of it, the implications are worth considering.

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