Microsoft Outlook stories
NZ law firm Anderson Lloyd switches to NetDocuments
NZ law firm, Anderson Lloyd, boosts productivity through a new IT overhaul, choosing NetDocuments' cloud platform to streamline document and email management for its 170 staff.
Ricoh & St John Ambulance Victoria collaborate for digital workplace upgrade
Ricoh Australia is partnering with St John Ambulance Victoria to upgrade their meeting room facilities, promoting improved digital connectivity in their new Melbourne headquarters.
M-Files enhances integration with Microsoft Teams, Outlook
The new offerings provide knowledge workers with improved collaboration experiences to empower connected workforces.
The users most at risk from Microsoft’s mass security step-up
Countdown begins for end of basic authentication, but many email users are unprepared. Microsoft urges switch to modern authentication.
OnePlace launches Solution Profiles for Microsoft 365
OnePlace Solutions has launched Solution Profiles in the OnePlaceMail app, allowing personalised delivery of Microsoft 365 applications within Outlook.
A brief history of cyber-threats — from 2000 to 2020
Sophos presents a 20-year retrospective of cyber-threats, from the Worm Era to the Monetisation Era and the current Ransomware Era.
Xero announces new integration with Microsoft Outlook
Xero’s new add-in will allow practices using Microsoft Outlook to save emails featuring pertinent information and attachments to a client record.
PC Tools launches in New Zealand
Performance and protection portfolio marks the launch of PC Tools in New Zealand.
Mindjet MindManager emerges as must-have software for business professionals
MindManager empowers business professionals to better capture, organise and communicate ideas, information and projects for business success.
How to easily put music in emails
The experts answer some of your burning tech questions, from music by mail, to cameras throwing tantrums.
Microsoft Outlook becomes social network hub
Microsoft has announced that Outlook users will now be able to access Facebook and MySpace info via their inboxes.