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Should You Get A Microsoft Surface Studio 2?

Microsoft's Surface Studio 2 started shipping in November of last year. While it carries a starting price just shy of $3,500, it packs plenty of features that artists and designers will really appreciate.

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Microsoft Office 365 is Being Adopted and Used at an Enormous Rate

Under the leadership of Satya Nadella, Microsoft has regained the ground it lost to other tech giants in previous years and is set to capture even more attention and market share in the years to come.

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What You Should Know About The New Chromium-Based Edge Browser

Microsoft hasn't launched their version of the new Edge browser that was re-built on Chromium yet, but with leaked versions available for test drives, here's what you can expect when it does become available on all supported Windows devices.

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When Your Password Isn't Enough to Protect Your Identity

Ten years ago, it wasn’t that hard to protect your online accounts – a simple password would do just fine for the most part (along with the knowledge that the Nigerian prince emailing you wasn’t really a Nigerian prince). In today's advanced cybercrime world, protecting your identity is a lot harder than it used to be.

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The Problem with Getting Your Office 365 Contacts on an iPhone

At PTG, we enjoy being able to solve user problems with Office 365. It's this commitment to the user experience that has helped make us a Microsoft Office 365 Partner of the Year, multiple years running. 

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Microsoft's MyAnalytics Will Show You How Much of the Day You're Wasting

Working smarter - not harder is a goal for many people this year. As screen time and the number of meetings increases for just about everyone across the board, Microsoft has responded by launching a productivity tool called MyAnalytics.

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Why You Should Be Using a Modern Microsoft Sharepoint Site for Flexible, Fast, Mobile-friendly Networking.

Classic Sharepoint has been around since 2002, and, unfortunately, like most software built for simpler times it has been added to, patched and layered over until it has turned into an outdated and bloated beast.

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What's Your Cybersecurity Score? Take this Free Security Health Check Test from Microsoft to Find Out.

Cybersecurity continues to be a major concern for businesses heading into 2019. According to a recent article in Forbes, growing dependence on “data in use” to do everything from act on opportunities to collaborate effectively (while convenient) continues to increase the cybersecurity risk for every business.

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If You Only Add One Thing to Office 365 Make it This

As part of PTG's initiative to help you work better in 2019, here is an add-on for Office 365 that we believe you can't afford NOT to have.

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Microsoft Advanced Threat Analytics vs. Advanced Threat Protection: What’s the difference?

Microsoft has cybersecurity products for every area of your network from on-premise servers to desktops to cloud email and storage. However, when you read through a list of names for some of the available security solutions from Microsoft, there might be confusion as to the intended use for each—mostly because the names are all so similar.

Case in point: The Microsoft “Advanced Threat…” line of products: Microsoft Advanced Threat Analytics, Azure Advanced Threat Protection, Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection, Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection. Within this list, there are technologies intended for either enterprise, small business or both and for on-premise, cloud or hybrid deployment.

Most importantly, they all serve different purposes and protect different areas of an organization’s infrastructure:

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