Microsoft are moving towards subscription based products, both with Windows 10 and Microsoft Office 365. However, they're releasing a new perpetual version of Office for businesses who may not yet be ready for the cloud - Microsoft Office 2019.
When you have a lot of emails in your inbox, it can be hard to tell which one is which, especially if they all have complicated subject lines. You can edit subject lines in Outlook to help you organise your inbox, here's how!
My pick of the latest news from across the UK IT industry for the week ending Friday 16 February. This week, Microsoft is releasing a new photos app and HP includes Apple in its Device-as-a-Service offering.
When a user leaves, it can be a bit confusing about how to correctly disable their access in Office 365. Here's what to do when an employee leaves your company, along with instructions on how to sign out a user immediately.
HP Inc has issued a "worldwide voluntary safety recall" of some of their laptop models, due to potential battery fires. Here are the affected models and what you need to do.
We've discussed creating rules in Outlook before, but did you know you can also create them using the web-based Office 365 Web Mail? This comes in handy when you want to create a rule from a PC that doesn't have an Office installation.
As users migrate to Office 2016, you may notice that you can no longer manually specify an Exchange server to point Outlook at. This is due to Microsoft moving Outlook to only use an Autodiscover record to work out where your mail server is.
Razer, in my opinion, is one of the best gaming companies. They recently released a new smartphone, and now they're working on Project Linda - a way to turn your smartphone into a laptop.
My pick of the latest news from across the UK IT industry for the week ending Friday 22 December. This week, high-speed broadband could become a legal right for UK homes and Magic Leap's AI glasses are revealed.
Sometimes you want to create a generic template for colleagues to use but you don't want to include any specific information. Microsoft Word has a quick solution that will fill your document with gobbledygook.
With electricity prices higher than ever it is important to consider the running costs of your servers and think about what you can do about it. Here are a few of your options.