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It’s Nearly the End of Service for Standalone Office Products. Time to Migrate to Office 365.

Standalone versions of Microsoft Office, including Office 2010, Office 2013, and Office 2016, will no longer be able to access Office 365 cloud services such as Exchange Online, Sharepoint Online, OneDrive for Business, or Skype for Business, by October 13, 2020. That’s the day that mainstream support ends for Office 2016 and Microsoft’s new support […]

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PayPal Examining Ways to Respond to New US Legal Act on Online Casinos

PayPal has had a strained relationship with online gambling. In the early days, it outright banned all transactions related to this activity and didn’t offer much of a compromise. After all, PayPal is a US company and gambling has been illegal for a long time in the United States. Even though those sites were based […]

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5 Reasons to Insure your Business

Currently, there are around 5.7 million small and medium-sized businesses in the UK. Unlike large firms, SMEs are unlikely to have the resources to recover from damaging weather or unforeseen events. Despite this, underinsurance is common for SME owners. Research by AXA showed that over half of new businesses are operating without insurance. Seventy-five per […]

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What Are My Legal Rights If My Pediatrician Injured My Child?

Having your child injured by a medical professional is a devastating experience. Medical professionals are not perfect, however, parents should be able to confidently place their trust in them for the benefit of their child’s health. Not only might your child live the remainder of their lives with a preventable condition, but you also will […]

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This Isn’t a Man’s World: Women in Business

On the 8th March, International Women’s Week began, which focuses on forging a gender-equal world, celebrating women’s successes, and raising awareness of historic and present bias. There’s a lot of discussion around women in the workplace and underrepresentation in industry — 5% of U.S. ownership in the tech industry is women, and only 2.9% of […]

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