global3digital – Case Study

Positive Computing the supplier of choice for UK plc web design agency global³digital is a market leader, serving UK plc and providing websites, content and hosting for an array of well-known names including Close Brothers, Royal & Sun Alliance, Xchanging, Majestic Wine, New Look and Domino’s Pizza. Naturally such high profile clients demand a high level of service so it is of paramount importance that global³digital receives commensurate IT support – which is why they chose Positive Computing, as Managing Director Peter Kemp explains. Peter Kemp – Managing Director, global3digital We work with quoted companies only, on the stock exchange, […]

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Stylish IT with Positive

When it comes to stylish IT support, House of Colour stays Positive We like to think the Positive Computing team would strike the most memorable pose when servicing our clients, which is why we are so thrilled with our latest case study from the UK HQ of House of Colour. The image consultancy is a global phenomenon and the UK operation is run from Watford, where Positive Computing provides IT support and also helped them stay online when they moved offices. The IT & Projects Director, Jackie Perkins explains in the case study how it was a referral that led […]

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House of Colour – Case Study

Designs on the Future Image consultants House of Colour might be the experts when it comes to personal styling, however when it comes to finding the right IT support for the UK headquarters of this global brand they asked Positive Computing to strut its stuff. IT and Projects Director Jackie Perkins takes up the story: “We first heard about Positive Computing through a referral. We were going out to tender to find someone to help with implementing new hardware/software infrastructure and Positive Computing came into the mix. “To be honest when I heard about Positive Computing I thought ‘That’s support, […]

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Multi-Factor Authentication for Office 365 released!

Microsoft have added Multi-Factor Authentication to Office 365. This is another major step forward for Office 365 bringing in enhanced security. Positive Computing believe that all companies deserve great IT not just the large corporates. You can read more about Multi-Factor Authentication here. http://community.office365.com/en-us/blogs/office_365_community_blog/archive/2014/02/14/multi-factor-authentication-for-office-365-released.aspx

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How to get Nakd with Positive Computing

Have you seen the Nākd bars from Natural Balance Foods? The gluten free, wheat free, dairy free, no added sugar, nothing artificial, always cold pressed and never baked tasty snack bars? Here at Positive Computing we are rather proud that our IT can-do-know-how helps ensure you can find Nākd bars on the shelves (or more commonly by the tills) when you visit the supermarket. Natural Balance Foods is one of Positive Computing’s clients and one of the founding brothers, Greg Combs reveals why he chose us and the benefit working with this company has brought and how it has enabled […]

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Natural Balance Foods

Foodie Guys… not IT Guys Those Nãkd bars you love come from Natural Balance Foods and the computer systems behind the popular brand are managed by Positive Computing and in this case study, Greg Combs who co-founded the booming business with his brother Jamie talks about working with leading IT services provider Positive Computing. We first heard about Positive Computing when we hired a new salesman who had worked at Doves Farm and had a good experience with the firm. It just so happened we were looking so I called the finance director over at Doves Farm and he too […]

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Stuck in the wrong Office 365 plan? Now there is a way to switch.

You can switch plans to a different Microsoft Office 365 service family. Small Business subscribers can switch to both Midsize and Enterprise plans, and Midsize Business subscribers can switch to Enterprise plans. This gives customers greater flexibility to grow their businesses with Office 365 and select the plan best suited to their needs. All of the transition options available for Switch Plans are listed in the Office 365 help page Switch to a different Office 365 plan or subscription. Say you have an Office 365 Small Business Premium subscription and your business has been expanding. You now have more than 25 […]

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Office 365 – Exchange Online mailbox sizes are doubling

The size of user mailboxes in all Exchange Online and Office 365 service plans is doubling. Microsoft began doing this at the start of September, the current 25 GB of mailbox storage is increasing to 50 GB. With this increase even the most active email users don’t have to worry about mailbox size limitations! There’s no price increase associated with this change. Clients don’t need to do anything to take advantage of this new mailbox size. Your mailbox size will automatically be increased. The increase is a phased roll out which will be complete in November. This increase to a […]

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Microsoft Office 365 now comes with password synchronisation as well as ADFS.

Over the past 12 months of live usage with Office 365 and Windows Azure Active Directory (AD) one of the top requests Microsoft received from customers and partners is for a simpler way to connect their on-premise Windows Server Active Directory with Windows Azure Active Directory. Many companies would like to have their employees use the same username and password on premise as in the cloud. But up until now, doing this seamlessly with Windows Azure AD has required deploying and running a set of ADFS servers on-premise or using a 3rd party solution. Microsoft announced this week that as of […]

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Bring Your Own Device

How do you manage “Bring Your Own Device” in businesses? It was very interesting to hear recently that Microsoft allow employees to bring their own device (BYOD) to work and that you can do what you want on these devices, there are no corporate restrictions. What is interesting is that this approach would normally be and IT managers worst nightmare to manage, so how do Microsoft and others manage this. The answer will always include strong HR policy and robust endpoint management. To do this Microsoft use their own product Intune and System Centre. So what is Intune and Systems […]

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