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Five Warning Signs You Have Poor Security

By Julie Rotar | Oct 26, 2020

Download the full guide. Warning Sign #1 Employees are accessing the company network with unapproved, unmanaged devices. Covid-19, forcing many people to quickly pivot working remotely, has lead to an increase in the global workforce’s use of unapproved and unmanaged personal devices. While born out of necessity, the byproduct of these actions leaves your business…

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Five Warning Signs You Have Poor Productivity

By Julie Rotar | Oct 26, 2020

Download the full guide. Warning Sign #1 Tech does not function the same at home as it does at the office. Today’s work requires speed and agility so when an employee has to work remotely from home, the experience should be relatively the same. The trouble is this is not always the case. Is your…

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Five Warning Signs You Have Poor Collaboration

By Julie Rotar | Oct 26, 2020

Download the full guide. Warning Sign #1 Employees primarily collaborate using email attachments, leading to multiple file versions. Lobbing files back and forth using email attachments creates multiple versions of the same file. It also creates confusion as people tend to apply overlapping edits – leading to the need for merging changes. This practice is…

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Spotlight on Tony Marchetti: Senior Architect – Azure/O365 and Avid Outdoorsman

By Eric Salvo | Sep 29, 2020

Anthony, or as we refer to him as “Tony” comes from a lifelong IT background making him a more then exceptional fit to our team. Starting out as a Desk Systems Administration, he started to find himself spending time in SharePoint, and from there his passion took off in Microsoft and application development. Although being relatively new to the staff,…

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Spotlight on Dustin Willard: Director of Consulting and DIY Project Aficionado

By Julie Rotar | Jul 6, 2020

Have you ever met a person whose enthusiasm over what they are talking about finds you feeling energized, too? Say “Hello” to Dustin Willard! Dustin helps lead the engineering team at Ovatio Technologies and is a catalyst for forward-thinking solutions.      Why he loves what he does.  Diving headlong into challenges, he finds joy in addressing and…

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Ovatio Hires Pam Smith, Office 365 Productivity and Collaboration Architect

By Julie Rotar | Apr 9, 2020

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

By Julie Rotar | Apr 9, 2020

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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Into the Frontier – Endpoint Management with Microsoft

By Nicholas Pablonis | Apr 2, 2020

Early Days of Endpoint Management In the earliest phases of Endpoint Management, there was System Management Server (SMS). Writing and pushing “Packages” was like hitching up the wagon and packing a sack lunch to head to town for supplies and vittles. Then came System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM), release date 2007. This version helped support…

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Can Microsoft Teams Really Replace Your Phone System?

By Chuck Salvo | Jan 20, 2020

When I am asked if Microsoft Teams can really replace a client’s phone system my answer is always “maybe.” This question is like asking someone if a blue car could meet all their needs, it doesn’t address what features they’re looking for. Here at Ovatio Technologies, we love Microsoft Teams. We use it for collaboration,…

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