Show off your Microsoft skills in 2018. Microsoft Certified Professionals (MCPs) who achieve certain certifications or pass select exams will be awarded Microsoft Certification badges. These web-enabled badges are trusted and verifiable representations of the Microsoft Certifications you’ve achieved. They allow you to easily share the details of your skills with employers or clients, and broadly across social networks.
The MOS certifications are divided into three levels: Microsoft Office Specialist, Microsoft Office Specialist Expert and Microsoft Office Specialist Master. All of them demonstrate that the professional has the knowledge, skills, and abilities to productively use Microsoft Office. At New Horizons Ireland, we have the best instructors to help you through your Microsoft journey.
New Horizons Computer Learning Centres has again been named as one of the top 20 IT training companies on TrainingIndustry.com’s annual Top 20 IT Training Companies List. We’ve been honoured with this designation for the past ten years in a row!
In 2017 we witnessed a big increase in the security threats around the world, and it’s unlikely to get any better in the future. The Information Security Forum (ISF), a global, independent information security body that focuses on cyber security and information risk management, forecasts an increase in the number and impact of data breaches for the upcoming year.
Most of those breaches relate to the five key global security threats that organisations will face in 2018. As happened in 2017 we will see increased sophistication in the threat landscape with threats being personalised to their target’s weak spot.
You can see below the top five global security threats that businesses will face in 2018, according to the ISF.
Security still one of the main concerns in most of the companies, with threats on the increase and a greater need to keep data secure. And email is a common source of cyber attacks and an important gateway to many businesses. Given it’s often the main method of communication within companies, it’s important to have it secure. But with Office 365’s built in security, it won’t require a massive undertaking from your IT team to do so. Office 365 uses the latest technologies to keep email data private and protected from threats. These features are all built-in and update itself automatically, it means minimal involvement for the IT team. So, they can focus on what really matters.
Below you can find the 6 main ways Office 365 keeps your company protected and safe.
The Microsoft Office team have been listening to user feedback and have made some great improvements to Word. If you have an Office 365 subscription we should see these updates now in Word. The result is some very useful and helpful features so check them out below.
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