Posts by Julie Rotar

Ovatio Hires Pam Smith, Office 365 Productivity and Collaboration Architect

Pam Smith, Office 365 Productivity and Collaboration Architect Ovatio Technologies has hired Pam Smith as an Office 365 Productivity and Collaboration Architect. Pam will be responsible for ensuring customer success with Microsoft’s suite of services and applications.   States Pam Smith: “I consider myself a combination of old-school and new-school. ‘Old-school’ because the value of…

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Ovatio Technologies Welcomes Nicholas Pablonis, Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert

Nicholas Pablonis, Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert Nicholas Pablonis, a Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert with over 30 years of networking and technical engineering experience has joined Ovatio Technologies, a Microsoft cloud consulting and enterprise IT staffing company. Mr. Pablonis will be working directly with both midsize and enterprise customers on their cloud, hybrid, and on-premises infrastructures.    “A large…

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The 2020 Business Comparison Guide to Video Conferencing Software

Which video conferencing application is best for your business? If you’re shopping around for a new conferencing solution, the amount of options can be overwhelming. A quick internet search of the most popular business video conferencing options may lead you to believe they are, for the most part, the same. While that can be somewhat…

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Brandon Dube Joins Ovatio Technologies as a Microsoft O365/Azure Architect

Meet Brandon Dube! Ovatio Technologies has hired Brandon Dube as a specialized Microsoft O365/Azure Architect. Brandon will be leading customer implementation initiatives focusing on technology adoption, licensing optimization, and ensuring client success. “Brandon’s experience solving customers problems leveraging the O365/Azure stack is a huge asset to Ovatio. His career includes supporting numerous highly regulated clients…

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Top 3 Reasons to Use Microsoft Teams

Back in March of 2016, Microsoft was considering an $8 billion bid to purchase the then-leading chat app Slack but both Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and current CEO Satya Nadella gave a thumbs-down to the acquisition. Instead, they wanted to push the development of Skype to become Slack’s greatest competitor. Fast forward three years and…

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