Eitex has been a Wakefield Bondolder member for four years. Managing Director Dean Spencer says “the Bondholder membership has allowed us to promote Managed IT Services to Wakefield businesses. This allows each participating member to reach their true potential via technology. The networking meetings have also allowed us to find important local suppliers, as well as valuable introductions into Wakefield Council.” Wakefield Bondholders has been supporting and serving the local business community since its inception seven years ago. The key focus is to promote Wakefield to a national and international audience. This will benefit both the city and the business district. The support service has the backing of Wakefield First which bridges the gap between business and local government.
For over 15 years, Eitex has been Microsoft Certified Partners, but we are now proud to announce that we have recently attained Microsoft Gold Partner status. There are a few exclusive companies that are Gold Partners. Eitex is excited they are one of them and can now do even more for our clients with the full backing of Microsoft. What does Microsoft Gold Partnership mean? A Gold partner certificate tells everyone that Eitex has met the highest standards of Microsofts widely-recognised partnership programme. This is required to be a close business partner. Eitex became committed to gaining gold partnership which
Eitex helped a nationwide building control company consolidate systems by implementing Microsoft 365 Business Standard across the board. Assent Building Control is a company of approved inspectors proving building control services to the construction industry with over 60 different office locations throughout the UK. The growth of Assent has meant more employees, more office space, and more technology resources; which resulted in several different systems being used for various tasks. It became evident that Assent needed to consolidate their efforts with a unified solution. Microsoft 365 Sharepoint Part of the solution was to implement Sharepoint for Assent. Sharepoint gives one
Due to the coronavirus outbreak, many businesses have started advising employees to work from home. This is in the ongoing bid to reduce the spread of the virus. In the Prime Ministers speech on Tuesday 3rd March 2020, Boris Johnson said enforced home working could be an option if the situation worsens. If your employees needed to work from home would you be prepared? Technology enabling remote working To make working from home productive, your company needs to make sure the technology is in place. Resources needed to make working from home productive includes remote access to company
This month we will be featuring a built-in Office Attack Simulator that comes with Microsoft Office Advanced Threat Protection. What is an Office Attack? There are many types of online attacks that could affect your business or you personally. Some of these you may have heard of – such as phishing – whereas some are more obscure – such as Password-Spray. In this article, we will be talking about three of these: Spear Phishing, Password-Spray attacks and Brute-Force Password attacks. These are related as they are all types of attacks that you can craft in Office’s Attack Simulator, which comes
This month we are going to discuss Microsoft To Do. This is a free task management app that makes it easy to create lists, tasks and set reminders from a smartphone, tablet and computer. Go to todo.microsoft.com and log in with a Microsoft account to get started! Microsoft To Do Features You can use Microsoft To Do to make any sort of lists or tasks, take notes, plan an event, or set reminders. Lists can be made for any purpose such as shopping lists, event lists, reminders, tasks, notes, and more. At the top of your app you have the