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Cisco has made several key acquisitions in the last few years as it looks to adapt to a business landscape increasingly characterized by BYOD-enabled mobile devices, wireless networking and cloud computing, plus the security concerns that accompany all three of those trends.

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Guest Wi-Fi has become a vital amenity for hotel chains, doctor's offices and many large enterprises. These organizations are in part addressing the growing expectation among end users that connectivity will always be available to them, whether through Wi-Fi, cellular or some other means.

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Just announced by Microsoft, beginning on July 1, 2016, commercial customers signing a new Enterprise Enrollment will be required to license a minimum of 500 users/devices, increased from the current minimum of 250 users/devices. 

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In part one, we covered some common connectivity troubles that can affect printers from your HP reseller. Free tools such as the HP Print and Scan Doctor are particularly useful for discovering and troubleshooting these problems with wireless, wired Ethernet and USB connections between your printers and computers.

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It's the time of year when businesses are looking to streamline processes and modernize their applications ahead of the new year. Included in the resultant to-do list should be a modernization of their existing Active Directory software. The program first shipped with Microsoft Windows 2000 and allows information about network objects to be stored securely and streamlines the organization of domain name resources.

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Technology solutions company Dell is an industry leader in innovative tools that meet business and consumer needs. In addition, with the company's recent acquisition of tech giant EMC, Dell is positioning itself as ready and capable of solving issues related to network security for myriad industries.

Let's take a look at the top four benefits of investing in quality security software and tools from Dell:

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Office 365 is a powerful platform with a really awesome selection of cloud applications to boost your productivity throughout the day. However, even if you’ve been a Microsoft user for years, getting the hang of new software is always a bit time consuming. If there’s one thing Office 365 makes clear, it’s that quick communication and collaboration is everything in the modern workplace! Here are some tips and tricks to help you move around the applications more fluently. 

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In October 2015, Dell announced its intent to buy EMC in a $67 billion transaction that, if approved, would rank as the largest tech acquisition of all time. The deal has the potential to remake the enterprise as we know it: Dell, though once best known for its success in selling PCs directly to consumers, has more recently become one of the biggest names in corporate IT, joining EMC as well as VMware, which is 80 percent owned by EMC though still operated as an independent company.

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IT professionals and developers have a lot to get excited about in the 2016 releases of Windows Server and System Center. There is a tremendous amount of new value in software defined infrastructure and cloud app development and potential solution cost savings for customers with regards to storage and networking investments. This newest version includes advances in computing, networking, storage, and security. Microsoft is turning Windows Server 2016 into a cloud optimized server and System Center 2016 into management of traditional datacenter management and cloud environments.

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Fast, error-free printing remains a staple of business productivity, even with the rise of newer technologies such as cloud storage and document collaboration that would seem to reduce long-term demand for paper. A 2014 white paper from Iron Mountain revealed that the ideal of a "paperless office" was still just that - a wish rather than the reality on the ground for most organizations.

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