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Did you know that having resources available in #Microsoft #Teamworksolutions reduces downtime by 15%? The benefit to your productivity is huge.

What are you waiting for? Contact our team at Imperitiv Solutions to learn more about how our teamwork tools from #Microsoft can help your business thrive.

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Customer Story: Clifton Coffee

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How could your company benefit from a better teamwork strategy? Step up your teamwork game with Imperitiv Solutions and Microsoft.

When your employees have a streamlined method of connecting and working together, there’s no limit to what your company can achieve. For @CliftonCoffeeRoasters, the decision to switch to #Teamworksolutions from #Microsoft was easy.

Check out this video to see how they leveraged communication technology from Microsoft to grow their business and expand their reach across the UK.

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Taking internal communication to the next level with Microsoft Teams

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Communication among team members and between different teams, especially when they’re in different locations, can be a huge challenge–but it doesn’t have to be an obstacle to collaboration and teamwork. Watch this video to discover why Red Lion Hotels (RLH) trusted Microsoft Teams to integrate all its corporate needs into one internal communications tool. Then contact Imperitiv Solutions to find out how we can do the same for your organization.

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Have you checked the logs lately?

In Troubleshooting by Dale BurkardLeave a Comment

Recently I was asked to help troubleshoot an issue that has been plaguing a team of system administrators for a period far exceeding a reasonable limit. My first question to the system administrators was “have you looked at the logs?”. Their expression told me they hadn’t. They became defensive and insisted the logs wouldn’t yield any discernible information. This exchange …

Has the End of Life come for your Free Email Service?

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As the old adage goes, all good things must come to an end. And so comes the end of life for another free web hosting service. The free email hosting provider mail2web announced on 19 February 2019, that on 18 March 2019 they will “permanently discontinue the free mail2web Basic Email service” they’ve been providing. Additionally, they state that they …

Why migrate to Office 365? A view from management’s perspective

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In this article we’ll go over some of the benefits of moving to Office 365 that will interest management. Not only are there great reasons to move to Office 365 from a user standpoint, but there are great business and financial reasons to move as well. 1. No Server Hardware or Maintenance Worries How many of us have ever truly …

Enterprise IT Consulting and Solutions for Small and Medium Businesses

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Fortune 500 and other large companies around the world spend vast amounts of money every year on Information Technology. Money is spent on hardware, software licensing, network connectivity, consulting, implementation and an assortment of other goods. As large as that number is, you still need to add on the cost of IT staff to plan, upgrade and manage those solutions …

Installing a SQL Server Cluster in a Hardened Environment

In SQL Server by Imperitiv Solutions7 Comments

The process of installing most applications, even in a hardened environment, is generally rather straight forward and there usually aren’t too many issues. Installing SQL Server in a cluster configuration, or any other use of a Windows Failover Cluster, is a bit harder in any environment needing to meet Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) Security Technical Implementation Guideline (STIG) requirements. …

How to create Group Managed Service Accounts (gMSAs)

In Security by Imperitiv Solutions2 Comments

When Managed Service Accounts (MSAs) were introduced in Windows Server 2008 R2, lots of us got excited. Especially those of us in security conscious environments, like the DoD, where service accounts passwords needed to be changed at least once every year. So we diligently read up on how to use them and quickly realized there weren’t going to be too …