Expert View : Mobile Working

The worst winter for 30 years, volcanic ash grounding flights – and all in the first six months of the year. What else can we have thrown at us over the next six months to stop us getting to the office and allowing everyone to get some work done? With the summer holiday season upon […]

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BYOD – Bring Your Own Device

The term BYOD translates to Bring Your Own Device, which just means that employees bring their own technology into work instead of using company purchased desktop devices. Allowing employees to bring their own smart phones or tablets, to enable more employees to access corporate applications such as email and calendaring for “Anywhere Access.” Technical wizardry […]

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Microsoft Word Tips & Tricks

Despite the many alternatives that are out there, Microsoft Word remains one of the most popular word processors available. However, most of us barely scratch the surface of its abilities. With this selection of Microsoft Word tips, you can really step up your game and you’ll be able to work more efficiently than ever before. […]

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The Death of Microsoft Windows XP

On the 8th of April 2014 Microsoft Windows XP and Office 2003 will reach the end of its product life cycle. Also, the Outlook email support utilised by Microsoft Small Business Server 2003 will also be outdated. This means that if you are still running this operating system you will no longer receive any security […]

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Product Launch : Sage 200 2011

What’s new guide – Sage 200 Suite v2011 Sage 200 Suite 2011 is launched today. This latest version of the Suite builds on our market led strategy and takes us further on our journey towards our vision of Sage 200 for a connected world. We have listened closely to feedback, utilising wish lists and focus […]

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End of Life : Sage Act! 2008/2009

Sage support announcement for Act! 2008/9 Sage have advised that as of 30th April 2012 customers will no longer be able to buy upgrades at preferential rates or purchase additional user licences. If you want to upgrade after this date you will need to purchase Sage ACT! from new. Plus, Sage will be unable to […]

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Office 365 – Making the workday more productive

If you’re burning the candle at both ends and juggling endless priorities, Office 365 can probably help. Here are our top five ways Office 365 can buy you some time. 1. Work Anywhere The principle of Office 365 is to give you access to any information (emails, documents, calendars, files) on any device (PC, laptop, […]

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Meet Rob Stanway

The technically tremendous Rob Stanway Since Rob joined StoneHouse, the technical services team he manages has doubled in size. Here, he gives us the low-down on his professional and personal life. You are… Rob Stanway Role at StoneHouse Logic : Technical Services Manager Biggest achievement at work : With the continuous growth of the technical […]

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Enhanced Software – 2013 version of Sage 200 Launched

Additional enhancements and functionality, including a cloud-based offering, all accompany the latest offering from Sage HQ. Sage’s single solution software, Sage 200, manages finance, customers and business insight all under one roof. Mark Hope takes you through the changes in the newly released 2013 version below. The core purpose of Sage 200 is to deliver […]

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Meet Matt Whittaker – StoneHouse’s Lord Sugar

This month, we introduce you to our desktop support team leader, who has just taken on the role as mentor-in-chief to all our apprentices, although he won’t be saying ‘you’re fired’ to any of them. Having joined StoneHouse in April 2009, Matt has impressed colleagues and clients alike and seen his responsibilities snowball. Let’s pick […]

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