We have noticed a dramatic increase in cybercrime this year and we would like to encourage all our customers to take cybersecurity very seriously. Mimecast’s seventh annual
State of Email Security (SOES) report makes for sober reading.
Microsoft reported that an update on a router was behind a huge multi-hour outage affecting the Microsoft Wide Area Network (WAN) that made Azure, Microsoft 365 apps, and Power Platform inaccessible to customers across the globe in late January.
As communicated earlier this year, we renewed all current Microsoft licenses on the CSP platform in February, thereby keeping license costs down for the entire year. The price of the licenses listed below have however gone up slightly. All other CSP pricing remains the same.
Microsoft 2022 price increase
Late last year Microsoft announced the first major pricing update that the company has implemented since they launched Office 365 10 years ago, reflecting the increased value delivered over the past decade.
Email security is core to our business at Databias and we have implemented all possible protection protocols necessary to protect your email from threats like spam, phishing and email spoofing. There are three key layers that we use to protect your email from a data breach.
Google has officially unveiled the redesign of its collection of office apps as Google Workspace – formerly known as G Suite. Google Workspace is expected to still include Gmail, Calendar, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Meet, and more. Continue reading “Google Rebrands G Suite as Google Workspace”
Developing HTML emails is not for the faint-hearted. There are so many mail clients and so many user interfaces to take into consideration. One of the biggest, and of course trickiest, is Gmail. Continue reading “Developing HTML Email signatures for Gmail”
Microsoft has made major changes to its Office software by renaming the Office suite, and adding major chat features for everyday customers. Influenced by the Coronavirus outbreak, the additions are a result of millions of workers around the world working from home and looking for great software to do it with.
Continue reading “Changes to your licenses”
The fact that millions of locked down businesses can enjoy video-calling simultaneously at near broadcast quality today is a technological miracle considering that only 25 years ago, an entire day’s worth of trans-Pacific data consisted of approximately 50GB. An average South African household in the mid-LSM range in this day and age uses 3-5 GB a day, and there are millions of us.
Continue reading “Video Conferencing”
The West African Cable System (Wacs) cable, which connects South Africa to the UK, suffered a breakage off of the coast of England, once again inconveniencing South Africans with slow and unreliable Internet. This comes at one of the worst possible times as the country enters a lockdown period of 21 days to curb the spread of COVID-19.