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Forceworks Are you ready for the transition from Hardware-Centric to Software-Centric? Do you ever talk to an “Old” IT person? You know, like 40ish. Man, do they have some stories about how IT used to be back in the day. Things sure have changed a lot. You probably think to yourself “Man, they have no idea how things are now”. How about a “Middle-Aged” IT person? You know like 30ish. They have stories too, and things have changed a lot since then as well. You may be thinking “That guy is really losing touch”. It seems to come in waves… change that is. Well another wave is crashing the beach, and if you are not paying attention, you too could soon be “that guy” who has lost touch, maybe you feel you are already slipping. If you are not on the side that knows that “Cloud is Inevitable”, you are on the wrong side… or living in denial. Don’t believe me? Click the link ... (more)

Good news: SEO is working, Bad News: SEO is working

Forceworks Good news: SEO is working, Bad News: SEO is working Congratulations! All those dollars invested in your website and SEO have finally paid off and your traffic is through the roof. You spent months with a top web design firm to create an awesome public facing website, and more time still to optimize the site to show up high on the search engines, and of course you planned for success and have a sophisticated system in place for managing all those new leads that are flooding in. Oops, what was that last one again? No problem, your web developer set the contact form to sen... (more)

Office 365: Understanding Mailboxes

Forceworks Office 365: Understanding Mailboxes There seems to be a lot of confusion around Microsoft Office 365 Mailboxes. In this post I will attempt to clear this up and hopefully save you some money in the process. Microsoft Office 365 provides you with the ability to create different types of mail accounts for different purposes. Some of these account types require a paid license and others do not. We often see clients who are paying for a license for a mail account that should be free. The five types of mail accounts that you can create are: Mailbox (Requires License) Group (F... (more)

Are your Office 365 users stupid?

Forceworks Are your Office 365 users stupid? A short walk through fire. That is how I describe the process of migrating from wherever you are, to Office 365 to new prospects. It is certainly not my intent to scare them from making a move, rather I want to prepare them that it is more involved than flipping a switch. For the most part, migrations are fairly invisible to customers… right up to the cutover. There is a coordination effort that must take place simultaneously with the MX record redirection for uninterrupted email flow. It is not complicated, we have prepared detailed ... (more)

Good news: SEO is working, Bad News: SEO is working

Congratulations! All those dollars invested in your website and SEO have finally paid off and your traffic is through the roof. You spent months with a top web design firm to create an awesome public facing website, and more time still to optimize the site to show up high on the search engines, and of course you planned for success and have a sophisticated system in place for managing all those new leads that are flooding in. Oops, what was that last one again? No problem, your web developer set the contact form to send the inquiries to an email address. Huh? I often see signifi... (more)