Benefits of Using a Modern Intranet in the Workplace

For most modern digital workers today, there are two key elements that help them to remain productive throughout the workday: • Being able to easily navigate and access all business applications and digital assets in a timely manner • Being able to seamlessly communicate and converse with any member of the organization or team, regardless Read More

Knowledge Management with Hoozin

Knowledge Management is subject to change. Knowledge is slipping out of those non-agile containers called folders. In the world of Hoozin, we make a distinction between two types of Knowledge Management. These are primarily: Knowledge Management is the process of creating, sharing, using and managing the knowledge and information of an organization. It refers to Read More

Microsoft Exchange: Automating PowerShell Commands

Enable any user to run PowerShell commands using a drop-down menu from the PowerScripts Library. Automate Administrative Tasks with PowerScripts PowerShell is the primary scripting language that Microsoft utilizes to allow administrators to make changes to their environment. Running PowerShell scripts against Exchange environments is also a great way to monitor availability and gather performance Read More

Using VitalSigns to Audit Office 365 Mail Forwarding Rules

VitalSigns offers a feature called Office 365 Mailboxes & Users which offers several different ways of viewing information about how mail is used in your O365 tenant. One common concern shared by many organizations is the multitude of ways that end users can automatically forward their mail to external email addresses. Sometimes forwarding makes perfect Read More

We’re Headed to Chicago for Social Connections 11

The RPR Wyatt team will be attending Social Connections 11 next week, June 1-2, and we are excited to announce our own IBM Champion, Alan Forbes, will be conducting his own session on Docker. Alan’s session will take place on day one of the conference in the Redis Room at 1:30pm. If you can’t make Read More