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Introducing DAS Office Apps

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Improve productivity with the latest versions of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and much more!

Microsoft-Dumps-Physical-Office-2DAS Office Apps provides you with the latest, most up-to-date versions of Microsoft Office for your desktop, mobile device, and the web.

Increase employee productivity by offering familiar and popular business applications.  They can work online or offline, from any device, wherever they go.

THE BENEFITS OF OFFICE APPS

Office Apps – anywhere you need it:

  • Desktop versions of Office – for up to 5 PCs or Macs, fully installable desktop versions of Word®, Excel®, PowerPoint®, Outlook®, OneNote®, and Publisher®.
  • Office Online – web versions of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook, so you can be productive from any web browser
  • Office Mobile – View and edit Office docs on your iPad®, iPhone®, Windows Phone® and Android™ devices

Reduce licensing headaches:

  • Office Apps is offered on a subscription basis. Buy for all or just some employees in your business.
  • Eliminated complicated licensing arrangements
  • Simplify installation
  • Get access to new versions of Office as soon as they’re released – updates run automatically
  • Save money with a predictable monthly fee

Improved usability enhancements:

Depending on which version of Office you’re currently using, you will notice many enhancements when you upgrade to the new Office.

What’s New?


Contact us to learn more about the our Office Apps offering.


New Standard for Business Email

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Nearly all businesses rely on email to assist with day-to-day activities. But many businesses haven’t addressed new and seemingly unavoidable vulnerabilities.  If you are running an Exchange server on-premises or if you lack certain email security capabilities, your email could be at risk. 

 

 

Here are 5 ways your email could be vulnerable:

  1. Unprotected infrastructures.

For on-premises deployments, physical security needs to be considered because the facilities where servers are located may be vulnerable. Many businesses don’t think about these risks until their offices are burglarized and their email servers are stolen or damaged. It’s especially risky for regulated businesses because this constitutes a data breach that may result in public disclosure and even fines.

  1. Lack of support.

Today’s standard requires email to be available 24/7/365.  However, most businesses run lean IT departments and lack the ability to offer 24/7 on-call service.  Unfortunately, when nobody is on-call, this can allow bugs to compound and increase in scale, causing critical security issues or costly downtime.

  1. Natural disasters.

Natural disasters are unavoidable and most businesses lack the ability to protect themselves against local outages or disasters because the necessary solution is extremely complicated to deploy.  As a result, if a disaster was to strike, they are left to deal with costly downtime and lost data.

  1. Cyber threats.

Cybercrime is on the rise and as criminals use more sophisticated tactics, email administrators need to find new ways to combat these threats.  The trouble is many businesses don’t have the right infrastructure or resources to keep up with the changes in technology. This could result in stolen data, passwords or worse, millions of dollars.

  1. Lost data.

Nearly half of all email sent and received today offers some business value to an organization.  But what happens if an employee deletes an email?  Or if someone sues the business?  If emails can’t be found or restored, it could result in permanent loss of data.

To mitigate the risks inherent to today’s email, your business must embrace a “New Standard” that requires high reliability, high security and intellectual property protection.  Does your business meet the standard?

Take this self-assessment to see how vulnerable your business is.  Download the brosure and Self Assessment now: Email Self Assessment