Tag - Productivity

Microsoft Secure Score: Overview

Secure Score has been around for several years, serving as an immensely useful measurement tool when reviewing our client’s security posture. As such, we have decided to focus on using Secure score as the benchmark to make improvements in our clients' Microsoft product security configuration.  

What is Secure Score?

Microsoft Secure Score is a measurement of...

ABT Cyber Security Notification

As the Cyber Threat landscape continues to evolve and cybercriminals increasingly exploit vulnerabilities, Australian businesses need to be aware of risks and adopt adequate defences against these cyber threats. ABTechnologies now needs to improve our client defences against cyber threats and reduce risk. Our client's existing IT Support Agreement, developed in a time where cybercrime was...

7 Pro Tips for Microsoft 365

Microsoft 365 is the most popular of all major office productivity software. It has 48.8% of the global market share, just edging out Google’s apps, by a couple of percentage points. It’s used by individuals, small & mid-sized businesses, and larger enterprise organizations. It does everything a modern office needs. Including from word processing and...

5 Mistakes Companies Are Making in the Digital Workplace

The pandemic has been a reality that companies around the world have shared. It required major changes in how they operate. No longer, did the status quo of having everyone work in the office make sense for everyone. Many organizations had to quickly evolve to working through remote means. During the worst of the pandemic, it’s...

How OneNote Can Streamline Team Collaboration (And Four Tips to Make the Most of This Program)

  OneNote is a digital note-taking tool that comes with plenty of benefits for users. But what you may not have realized yet is how powerful this app can be for enhancing team collaboration. Note-taking. This is an essential part of day-to-day operations for many business owners, managers, and teams. After all, people can’t rely on their memory...