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Jun 08, 2017

Get Microsoft Certified

You may already know that last year Microsoft streamlined its technical certification pathways. But what does this mean for you? As well as launching a heap [...]

Jun 06, 2017

ITIL Practitioner Guidelines - Start Where You Are

Upon commencing a project, the most difficult thing is to know where to begin. So, one of the Guiding Principles of ITIL Practitioner recommends that you should start [...]

Jun 02, 2017

ITIL Practitioner - Looking at the nine guiding principles

We recently ran a webinar about ITIL, explaining the fundamental principles of an Information Technology Infrastructure Library, and why it is fast becoming the most [...]

May 29, 2017

The Benefits of Office 365

With our Deploying and Managing Office 2016 with Office 365 webinar  coming up next month, I thought it would be a good idea to make today’s blog post all [...]

May 24, 2017

ITIL Is Not a Four Letter Word

If you’ve ever wondered what exactly Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) is, then let me help you understand, by answering some of the [...]

May 18, 2017

Get Creative with Adobe Stock Templates!

Do you ever want to create an edgy design but just don't know where to start? You never have to start with a blank page again! Designing from scratch is made much [...]

May 12, 2017

The Windows 10 Calculator - A Quick Squiz

Okay. This might seem like a dumb question, but who has used the calculator in Windows 10? Of course we all have at one time or another, starting with the basic add, [...]

May 02, 2017

Setting up an Azure AD Connect Staging Mode

Azure AD Connect is now the latest directory synchronization tool supported by Office 365.  In case you aren’t familiar with the history, the Azure AD Connect [...]

Apr 04, 2017

Reuse and Share InDesign Presets

Adobe InDesign has many customisation options within the application; such as the ability to create and save workspaces that preserve the arrangement of panels onscreen, [...]

Apr 04, 2017

Creating Logos with Illustrator CC

There are several approaches to creating logos in Illustrator.  Today we're going share one approach using Illustrator CC. Imagine you own Woop Woop [...]

Apr 04, 2017

Close All Excel Files at Once

If you find that you sometimes have more than one Excel spreadsheet open at a time and need a quick way to close and save all of them at once… Close All is for [...]

Feb 22, 2017

Beyond resilience

Oh no, not another blog on Resilience! I know! I know! Actually, I’d rather like to think of it as “Beyond Resilience” because I’ve always [...]

Feb 15, 2017

How-to: Use clipping masks for typography

Step One: Create a new document in Photoshop. If your document is going to be used on the web, I recommend setting the resolution to “72 pixels/centimeter”. [...]

Feb 14, 2017

Is it really that hard to edit a Hosts file?

I have run quite a number of infrastructure courses, including basic networking subjects for many years now, and it still amazes me how often students get stuck trying [...]

Feb 13, 2017

RESILIA™ Hotspot

What is RESILIA™? RESILIA™ is the certification designed to build Cyber Resilience from the top down i.e. from boardroom level to the person manning the [...]

Feb 10, 2017

How REAL is your reality?

In a recent New Scientist article* Dan Jones makes the observation that “… reasoning often starts with established conclusions and works back to find [...]

Feb 07, 2017

Nintex: Read data back into a new Repeating Section control

We know that all the data provided in a Repeating Section is stored in a field. In effect, you are storing many records of tabular data into one single field. For this [...]

Feb 06, 2017

Master Document in Word - Part 3

In today’s blog we will explore creating a Table of Contents from the Master Document. The Master Document now contains a collection of linked Subdocument files [...]

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