12th August 2014
For every new technology industry standard, an alternative flops and disappears. Some of these technologies are truly dreadful or serve no worthwhile purpose. Others are truly great but suffer as a result of bad marketing, bad timing or just plain bad luck. Here are some of our favourite tech flops that didn’t deserve to die.
15th July 2014
Watford, Hertfordshire – 14 July 2014.  Today Cloudamour was formally honoured with the prestigious Microsoft Worldwide Cloud Partner of the Year Award 2014 at Microsoft’s 2014 Worldwide Partner Conference in Washington DC, USA.  The company was acknowledged among more than 2,800 entrants across 117 countries worldwide, for demonstrating excellence and innovation in the implementation of cloud technology customer solutions during the past year.
25th June 2014
On the June 23rd 2014, Microsoft announced the winners of its 2014 Apprentice of the Year Awards during a reception in the House of Commons, kindly hosted by Andrew Jones MP, Apprenticeship Ambassador in Parliament. The winning employers and apprentices were presented with their awards by Nadhim Zahawi MP, Member of the No 10 Policy Board with special responsibility for business and the economy. Harry Boyne, who works for Cloudamour in Hertfordshire, finished runner up in the Apprentice in a Small Employer category.
25th June 2014
On the 23rd June 2014, Microsoft announced the winners of its 2014 Apprentice of the Year Awards during a reception in the House of Commons, kindly hosted by Andrew Jones MP, Apprenticeship Ambassador in Parliament. The winning employers and apprentices were presented with their awards by Nadhim Zahawi MP, Member of the No 10 Policy Board with special responsibility for business and the economy.
25th June 2014
If your staff are your greatest asset, your business data comes a close second. In the age of ‘Big Data’, organisations are being encouraged to collect as much data as possible so that they can perform complex analysis that will reveal new sales opportunities, or potential process improvements; ultimately conducting in depth data reviews to reveal new revenue streams or efficiencies.
24th June 2014
Working from home may sound like the dream scenario. However there are a number of potential problems that can turn the homeworking dream into a nightmare. Here are our top 10 annoyances. 1. Half term interruptions Working from home is perfect during term time when the house is empty. School holidays mark an end to tranquillity however and you may find yourself trying to manage kids and workloads simultaneously, making the job even harder. 2. Household distractions
18th June 2014
Cloud backups seem to offer the perfect solution to limited onsite data retention capacity. With the responsibility for providing physical storage, and the burden of managing backup regimes offloaded, Cloud backups are a no-brainer. Or they are so long as you get these fundamental issues resolved in advance. 1. Uptime
5th June 2014
Cloudamour are honoured to announce that they have been named Microsoft’s Worldwide Cloud Partner of the Year 2014 in the Packaged Solutions category. Our team beat off stiff competition from 3200 other vendors from as far afield as Australia, to win the prestigious title.
25th April 2014
For businesses of any size it is important to have a way of sharing information quickly and easily. In most small to medium sized businesses, this is achieved through the use of a file share on the company server, coupled with Exchange to keep track of appointments and messages. But what if all your important information could be shared in one place? Well now it can with SharePoint Online.
25th April 2014
Office 365 has become a major success with business looking to reduce capital expenditure and software management costs. Instead of using a traditional “boxed” version of software that has to be installed onto a PC (like Office 2010 and Office 2013), Microsoft Office 365 runs “in the Cloud”. So why would you choose the Cloud-based Office 365 over the equivalent Office 2013 standalone software? What are “in the Cloud” solutions? To understand Cloud-based software, it is sometimes easiest to explain how it differs from traditional software.
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