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Introducing Google Workspace

It's been over four years since Google renamed its collaboration suite from Google Apps for Work to Google G Suite. Today, Google has announced that it will once again be rebranding and renaming Google G Suite to Google Workspace. Back in July Google announced a better way to work, one more in tune w…

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Unlimited Google Meet video calls for all until March 2021

In May 2020 Google announced that due to the global COVID-19 pandemic it would be offering it’s video conferencing service Google Meet to everyone for free. This offer meant that anyone with a PC or smartphone device would be able to make free calls of an unlimited length. This offer expires tomorrow, 30th…

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How to restore your Google Contacts

Many small and mid-size businesses rely heavily on contacts stored on their mobile phones. But what happens if for some reason you lose a contact or they are accidentally deleted due to a faulty application, it can be quite traumatic, to say the least. In fact, does anyone know they partners mobile number of…

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Locked Out during Lockdown?

All over the world individuals have been forced to "self-isolate" during what we now call the lockdown. During this time many of us depended on tools such as Zoom, Google Meet and Microsoft Teams in order to communicate with work colleagues, friends and even family. It was impressive to see how quickly indivi…

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How to Use Multiple Email Signatures in Gmail

We all know how important an email signature is, it allows you and your business to quickly add company information and branding to every communication you send. But did you know that Gmail now gives you the ability to add multiples email signatures? This means that you can create several email signatures,  …

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Scripts and tips to backup G Suite for free

When it comes to backing up your Google G Suite we would always recommend purchasing a proven backup solution from the Google G Suite Marketplace, however for those smaller organisations (less than 50 users) who only require minimal data protection there are free, manual options available in the form of scrip…

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LinkedIn phishing (Whaling)

Today, our CEO, Paul Lees, received a private message on LinkedIn from an old contact asking for input on a proposal. This wasn't uncommon, Paul often gets requests from all kinds of individuals for assistance and guidance. However when selecting the proposal, instead of a document the following was presen…

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Robotic Process Automation (RPA): Example Use Cases

You don't have to be a multinational enterprise in order to take advantage of RPA. Most organisations large and small will have standard, repeatable processes that can be fully or partially automated with RPA. Here are a few examples. Customer Service Many people think that RPA and robots will ultimate…

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Creating a business by fixing things that p*ss you off.

Have you ever thought "I could do better than that?". Many of the most successful tech companies today are based on addressing a single, often simple frustration. Consumer frustration is universal, each and every day we purchase things that fail to deliver. However, what happens when, instead, of frustra…

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