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The Problem with PC Shortages in 2022 and How SMBs can Cope

Semiconductor chips play a vital role in the production of most technology today, including personal computers, automobiles, video game consoles, household appliances, and more. So, when manufacturers of computer chips shut down during the pandemic, it created a domino effect on the supply and sales of technology across the board due to shortages of these critical components.

Creative Expression with Digital Inking

By Rhia Prajes

As the touchscreen has become a near ubiquitous feature across the devices we use every day, this technology has opened new doors for us to work more creatively and productively. In Microsoft 365 and Windows 11, for example, this capability has been cleanly woven into the fabric of these platforms, to enable their use without making them a requirement.

Modernizing IT for Small and Medium Businesses in 2021

By Rhia Prajes
In the past two years, many organizations have struggled to stay in the business due to the COVID-19 pandemic. As the world faced these challenges, however, many organizations have realized how vital technology is to their business. Problems involving manpower, limited capitalization, high operational costs, and limited access to technology, have been redefined as the world has identified a new set of business essentials, Remote Work Readiness.

Cybersecurity Best Practices: Taking the Assume Breach Approach

Assume Breach is a Cybersecurity approach that deals primarily with mindset. To Assume Breach is to treat all accounts as unsecured and already been compromised. This benefits your overall security by more frequently exercising and measuring reactive capabilities in the event of a breach, and helps guide operational security processes and investments.

How to Empower & Protect Your Remote Workforce

By Rhia Prajes

In the year to come, the businesses that will thrive the most are the ones able to best adapt to remote working and distributed groups. With the challenges and roadblocks involved with such work, however, it is important to consider the best practices and tools that empower users and help shape a company culture that fits for a decentralized workforce.

Which Cloud Desktop Works for You? Windows 365 vs Azure Virtual Desktop

By Rhia Prajes

With the rise of cloud-powered PCs, you can empower your remote workforce to be more productive and connected. Over the last year, Microsoft has released two distinct services for delivering this powerful technology to your team: Windows 365 (W365) and Azure Virtual Desktop (AVD).

So, how does having a Desktop in the Cloud help your business in its day-to-day operations and productivity?

For both W365 and AVD, there are some key benefits to consider:

A cloud desktop has native synergy with existing cloud services, and can speed upload/download speeds across your network.