MHA complete the integration project with Microsoft Office 365 to offer the most comprehensive cloud computing offering in NZ.
Customers can now chose to run the fantastic value for money office suite, Microsoft Office 365 and integrate the Exchange, SharePoint and Lync functionality with MHA's cloud desktop and telephony services.read article
Following reports today that more than 6.5 million LinkedIn passwords have been "compromised", the company has confirmed that some members' passwords were stolen by hackers and leaked online. The company has not confirmed how many were affected.read article
One of the benefits of CRM is to have a single point of reference. We find that many of our customers have been using Outlook as their most reliable database and the thought of moving away from Outlook contacts is often feared. The good news is, you don’t have to stop using your contacts in Outlook, you just need to have Outlook and CRM synchronised.
You will need to have the Outlook CRM Client installed to follow the instructions below.read article
The latest Reseller Newsletter for May 2012 has now been released. Find out about MHA Cloud Computing's reseller program and our latest solutions.read article
MHA has seen an increase in interest in virtualisation recently. Businesses are keen to reduce costs and become more efficient by moving to virtual servers in the private cloud versus their local in-house servers.
Virtualisation makes it easy to build and deploy new releases of software and put changes out to users, respond to customer demands and provide capabilities such as instant provisioning. Today, these capabilities are prerequisites to achieving the flexibility of private clouds.read article
Recently our support team at MHA got a call from one of our biggest resellers. One of their VIP customers had suffered a fire at one of their Auckland offices, and needed to turn around fast with minimal impact. Fortunately this customer was using our Managed Outlook, Managed Office, Managed SharePoint and Managed Lync hosted services.
You have heard of the TeraByte, maybe even a PetaByte – but what about an ExaByte?
IBM have evidently not been partying it up on Christmas or New Years because on Thursday 12th January 2012, they announced what could be conceived as the next leap in computing technology:read article
With the world starting to buzz about the concept of ‘Cloud’ computing, we here in MHA’s geek cave figured it would be a good idea to go through a short history of some popular services that were cloud based, before cloud was cloud.read article
This morning, I thought I would see what options are out there for using SharePoint on an iPad.
I know that the SharePoint 2010 system works natively through the iPad’s Safari web browser but wondered if there was an application out there that offered offline sync and a nice way to edit Office documents with something like the Documents to Go application I run on the iPad for working on MS Office documents.
In the computing world there has been a big move over the last 5 years from single core to multicore processors – originally you had 1 core that went at a certain frequency and the way to get more performance was to get that processor to run at a higher frequency, this caused an issue late in the Pentium 4 range where Processors were hitting 4 Ghz or so and not being able to go any faster.read article