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Advancing Telemedicine to Provide Remote Healthcare: Skype for Business Helps to Create a Delivery System of the Future

September 5, 2017

In recent decades, the equipment necessary to conduct remote visits with healthcare providers was expensive and complex, so even though the concept was growing, the ability to deliver it did not seem like a near-term viable option. Interestingly enough, the first use of “telemedicine” was back in the 1960s when a group of doctors ran […]

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Office 365 Education Agreement Replaces E1, E3, and E4: What You Need to Know

September 3, 2017

On September 1, 2015, Microsoft launched Office 365 Education, replacing E1, E3, and E4, and giving aspiring academic institutions one simple Office 365 Education agreement. Even better, the cost of the new plan is $0. This will not impact any existing Office 365 Education customers, but any aspiring academic institutions considering Office 365 for its […]

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SoftwareONE Recaps AWS Summit NYC

August 15, 2017

The Amazon Web Services (AWS) Summit in New York City on August 14th just wrapped for SoftwareONE and we definitely had a great show! With over 9,000 attendees (over 20% more than initially expected) the demand for cloud is clearly here to stay and just growing stronger. It was excellent to speak with our clients and […]

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SoftwareONE’s Women in Technology (WiT) Presents: Embracing Change in the Digital Era

July 25, 2017

SoftwareONE recently formed the Women in Technology (WiT) forum as a way to establish best practices on an inclusive environment throughout SoftwareONE for all, but specifically for professional women in the technology industry. The group is set to encourage, mentor, and provide resources and tools to ensure women throughout, and recruited by, SoftwareONE will have […]

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Engineering a More Cost-Effective Method of Communication: Skype for Business – A Blueprint for Success

July 13, 2017

As an organization grows, communication undoubtedly becomes more complex. Larger businesses come to rely on Town Hall meetings via both video and voice web-conferencing (among other forms of communication) to focus their entire team and rally them around company-wide goals. Engineering firms, for example, are reliant on these gatherings to bring their plans together, but […]

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