Using Microsoft Teams – Tips To Increase Productivity

Using Microsoft Teams – Tips To Increase Productivity

Do you know how much Microsoft Teams could increase the productivity of your organization? If you don’t know the software’s potentials, then you most likely would not be making use of it. However, you will have the answer you need by answering a couple of questions. Do you know how much time is lost during…

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What is the best business laptop in 2020?

man looking at laptop with saleswoman

Are you considering buying a business laptop? If so, you are in luck because what follows is as a list of laptops suitable for business use. Our goal at M – IT Services has always been to provide as much reliable IT information as possible. In fact, we have now extended the scope of our…

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Performance Differences Between Identical Laptops or PCs Explained

We are regularly asked the following question: How can it be that two laptops, which were ordered at the same time, are not equally fast? This is a good question. It is a difficult one to answer, however. Yes, but those laptops or PCs were manufactured in the same factory, weren’t they? They were indeed,…

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10 Reasons Why Online Backups Are Better Than On-Site Backups

Yes, that’s right, online backups are better than on-site backups, at least in most applications. Are there exceptions? Sure, no doubt, online backups are not for everyone due to the size and frequency, but the fact they are exploding in popularity all over the world, especially in the US, Canada and Europe, one must no…

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A Guide to Cloud Solution Costs

One of the first questions that potential cloud users want an answer to when they call our company is: how much does a cloud solution cost? Although this is a rather difficult question to answer straight away, I will do my best to explain some general pricing guidelines. Buying a cloud solution is quite similar to…

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Slow Disk In WVD VS Fast Citrix Storage

We use PVS (Provisioning Services) so the Citrix drive is cached on a file server and therefor extremely fast. We have no knowledge of the infrastructure behind WVD. Watch this Behind The Scenes where I explain this concept.

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