Creating an effective business disaster plan

You’ve been putting that business continuity plan off for months now, but you’ve finally decided to go through with it. You start by talking to members of your staff, partners and service providers. And it doesn’t take long to see that everyone has a different opinion about what to recover first when disaster strikes. The […]

Improved internet security with 3 easy tips

Most of us know we should make our passwords more difficult (sorry, folks, “1234” or “qwerty” just doesn’t cut it) and use an up-to-date version of antivirus software. But all too often, we opt for an easy life – use familiar passwords and put upgrades on the back burner. But security can be simpler than […]

Cloud User Self-Service Password Reset

This new feature is beginning to roll out for Office 365 customers starting today (2/17/15).

The self-service password reset allows a user to reset their password should they forget it, using pre-arranged alternate personal information. First, the admin for the tenant must enable the tenant for user password reset (KAMIND IT can help you with this if you need help). Next, each user must configure alternate personal information in the Office 365 portal.

KAMIND Doesn’t Have Clients; IT Has Fans

Although not a large operation in the agency world, DeCosta’s group is part of national residential real estate leader Keller Williams, which provides access to a massive database of properties and network of other brokers. Being well connected in all directions is essential.

3 New Ways To Keep Your Head Above The Cloud

KAMIND adds a client portal, a malware stopper and a secure team channel
By Matt Katzer

Business computing in the cloud is evolving at tornado-like speed. Keeping on top of it all just got a bit easier with these three new services provided by cloud solutions consultant KAMIND. As one of Microsoft’s leading Office 365 partners, KAMIND is constantly searching for ways to improve the customer experience.

Cloud Safety: 5 How To’s

Life online after the latest celebrity photo hacking
By Matt Katzer

Whether anyone out there would like to see our selfies or not (probably not), the recent high profile over exposure of certain celebrities reminds us that Cloud computing comes with vulnerabilities.