Jun 08, 2017
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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, [...]
There are several approaches to creating logos in Illustrator.
Today we're going share one approach using Illustrator CC.
Imagine you own Woop Woop [...]
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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 [...]