Upgrading software is always a painful experience. Sometimes it’s because of better functionality and sometimes it’s because of different file types.
Numberminds is proud to be a Microsoft Partner and one of the services we offer is #Office365. This is the Microsoft Office subscription package to help small businesses benefit from low prices, the latest software and more importantly aid with collaboration. Continue reading Our Office365 community tops over 90 members
As a Microsoft partner, Numberminds are always looking at their new software. We have recently being awarded their “Small Business Specialist” service. This is a great honour that we’ve worked hard to achieve and are pleased to have it on our website.
We are already offering training in Microsoft Office from versions 2003 to 2013 as well as other tools such as Microsoft Sharepoint, Microsoft Visio, Microsoft Project, Office 365 and more.
Is your company moving operating systems or considering migrating? We all know that Windows 7 is closer to XP than Windows 8 (or Windows 8.1). However, should you consider a move to Windows 8?
Let’s see what the stats say:…
In many organisations (whether you know it or not) you have more than one email address. What? I hear you say. If you’ve got a .com email address and you work in the UK you’re also likely to have a .co.uk email address.
Now our company owns numberminds.com AND numberminds.co.uk. So lets walk through the process of how to add an email address to your profile.
We are assuming in this blog post that you have already successfully added the domain to your Office365.
Office365 is leading the way in subscription based software packages. Microsoft Office is used all across the world and Numberminds uses it extensively (dashboards, data modelling, presentations, template building, training and more). Anyway, by subscribing to Office365 you aren’t limiting yourself to any package – in short its scaleable. Continue reading Google Plus – Our Office365 Community
Business doesn’t stop just because the weather makes travel awkward or impossible. Clients still need servicing and work still needs to get done. However, what can you do if your staff can’t get in? To me this raises the question do they actually really need to be in? So what if they are working from home in their dressing gown? So what if they have the TV on in the corner? Perhaps this is more conducive for a more efficient working environment.
So I ask businesses – what is stopping you?