What you need to know about OneDrive and SharePoint Backup

What you need to know about OneDrive and SharePoint Backup

What You Need to Know About OneDrive and SharePoint Backup, Recovery and Archiving

OnPar is pleased to announce that we now offer OneDrive and SharePoint backup, recovery and archiving through Dropsuite, the leader in backup and archiving. There is a false impression that data created and stored in cloud ecosystems such as Office 365 doesn’t need to be backed up beyond the native offerings.

Supercharge Your Office 365 Search with Dropsuite “Super Search”

Supercharge Your Office 365 Search with Dropsuite “Super Search”

How to use DropSuite Super Search in Office 365

Finding important data across all the various systems, products and places your data is stored can be extremely difficult, or impossible. At times, it can be like finding a needle in a haystack!

First, the ever-increasing flood of new data forces you to store ever larger amounts of information.

Rebound from Embarrassing Email Mistakes in a Flash in Outlook

Rebound from Embarrassing Email Mistakes in a Flash in Outlook

Recall or replace an email message that you sent from Outlook
At some point, we’ve all hit Send, only to realize one-quarter of a second later that it was sent to the wrong person, sent without the attachment, or sent with errors. Our favorite Office 365 tip and trick is the ability to get that email back before it’s seen by the recipient.

Widespread bug called “Meltdown” is affecting companies such as Microsoft and Google

Widespread bug called “Meltdown” is affecting companies such as Microsoft and Google

As many of you may have heard, 2 new security vulnerabilities called Meltdown and Spectre, were recently discovered by 3 independent researchers. Both are hardware vulnerabilities affecting Intel x86 microprocessors and some ARM-based processors (which have gone undetected in the processor’s chips for almost 20 years). These vulnerabilities allow harmful processes to read any physical, kernel or other processes mapped memory (in theory allowing things such as passwords, encryption keys, etc.