How do Microsoft 365 Groups connectors work?

December 11th, 2020

The cross-application service in Microsoft 365 known as Groups enables members of a team to collaborate and share resources with one another. Such resources can be a calendar, spreadsheets, and even an Microsoft Outlook inbox, among others. Groups also has a feature called connectors that allows users to share content from third-party services right in […]

What advice would Angus Young give his 18-year-old self?

December 10th, 2020

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What advice would Angus Young give his 18-year-old self?

Angus Young recently had a guest appearance on the Pig Wrestling Podcast, in which the Gateshead-born journalist talked through some of his past experiences with us.

Why small businesses should consider business intelligence

December 7th, 2020

For years, big companies have been harnessing the power of business intelligence (BI) to improve business performance. And for them, paying experts to analyze large data sets is no issue. It’s different with small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs). SMBs also store large volumes of data, but many are wary of spending too much on BI. […]

Who would Sally Wray like to interview?

December 3rd, 2020

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Who would Sally Wray like to interview?

Sally Wray is a customer-focused businesswoman that looks to improve her hometown of Hull wherever possible. Having started in a position of little business knowledge, Sally has quickly developed into a prominent businesswoman in the area.

Two-step and two-factor authentication: What’s the difference?

December 2nd, 2020

Every business should have a strong cybersecurity posture to keep cybercriminals from infiltrating their network. One way to do this is by implementing a strict authentication process using two-step or two-factor authentication. These two processes are so similar that many confuse one with the other. Learn the difference between the two and how you can […]

Choosing the right computer for your small business

November 27th, 2020

With the rise of eCommerce and remote working, the importance of computers in business has never been more apparent. But what kind of computers does your small business need? Should you invest in desktops or laptops? Consider the following when weighing your options. Portability The pandemic has driven the majority of businesses to adopt remote […]

Making a Difference! Liam Woods

November 26th, 2020

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What is Liam Woods’ favourite quote or saying?

Liam Woods has a vision for HU6, centred around making the area a great place to live. As the Project Manager for Unity in Community, the goal is to bring the local community together to build somewhere that people want to live, rather than happen to live.

Clean IT up: Emails, chats, and files in one app

November 23rd, 2020

It can be overwhelming to have several windows open to manage your company email, chats, and any cloud storage just to perform your daily tasks. Microsoft Teams helps streamline the basic necessities of office work to help you overcome the challenges of multitasking. The convenience of chat apps has enabled workers to cut time spent […]

What you need to know about web hosting

November 20th, 2020

Businesses need to have an online presence, especially in a pandemic-ridden environment. Creating an online presence usually starts with building a website, but to access your website on the internet, you need to partner with a web host. This blog post breaks down the basics of what business owners need to know about web hosting. […]

What new habit positively impacted Roger Grannon?

November 19th, 2020

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What new habit positively impacted Roger Grannon?

Roger Grannon is a major figure in Hull’s construction scene. Currently the Chief Operations Officer at KWL, Roger started his career at Hull City Council as an electrician before gradually climbing the ladder to where he is today.