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Unified Communications Benefits in Healthcare

Unified Communications – Benefits in Healthcare

UC helps administration, clinicians, and patients communicate anytime, anywhere. In today’s healthcare environment, doctors can expect to better connect with their patients and other members of their organization by implementing UC. Read on…

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  • 25 March 2020
  • Tony Pagnusat
  • Managed Cloud
  • DevOps, Patch Management

How to Improve Consistency with DevOps & Automated Patch Management

IT teams face compliance and budget challenges when handling access and user rights. DevOps services can help them rise to those challenges with better overall efficiency.

MS SharePoint on Azure

SharePoint on Azure: The Right Choice For Your Business?

Is SharePoint on Microsoft Azure the right choice for your business? We help you to decide.

Women in Technology
  • 20 March 2020
  • Blog Editorial Team
  • IT Market, Life at SoftwareONE
  • WiT, Career, Women In Technology

International Women’s Day Conference 2020 Recap

Did you miss this year’s International Women’s Day Conference hosted by the WiT Network? Read our recap to be up-to-date.

Microsoft Teams in the Classroom – Enhancing the Learning Experience through Communication and Collaboration

Microsoft Teams in the Classroom - Enhancing the Learning Experience through Communication and Collaboration

There's a way to enhance the learning experience. Read how to optimize the use of Microsoft Teams for Education through communication and collaboration.

IBM Advisory

IBM Ends Sub-Capacity Licensing and ILMT Support for Windows Server 2008

IBM announced they would no longer support sub-capacity licensing or ILMT for Windows Server 2008. Find out what this means for your organization.

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