New Signature is excited to share the news that we have completed our acquisition Paradigm Systems Ltd, as part of our expansion effort in the United Kingdom. New Signature has been working closely with Paradigm for almost a year on joint projects. Their elite team has deep experience in Azure, Office 365, Windows Server and desktop …
You may have been using Microsoft OneNote for some time without realizing it has a built-in backup system, or that each Notebook has its own recycle bin. In this post we’ll explore how to make use of both those features. You may also be interested in our earlier posts in this series. How does the OneNote recycle … Read More
Anyone trying to install Skype for Business has or will soon realize there is no single .msi based install for it. If you already have an msi based Lync 2013 install there is an update (KB2889923 (32 bit)) that will install Skype for Business. Lync 2013 needs to have a few prerequisites installed for … Read More
RMS, Azure RMS, and IRM, are playing a critical role on the DLP front and are securing content inside and outside of organizations across the globe. The main purpose of these solutions are to ensure the recipient of content is the only individual who can access that content and they can only do so according … Read More
Adin Ermie, Senior Consultant at New Signature, is our resident System Center Cloud and Data Management expert. He posted a great article on how to resolve the issue of getting SCOM to connect to OMS. Adin first encountered this issue when trying out the System Center Operations Manager 2016 Technical Preview 2. Adin recently received the … Read More
Tracking emails in Dynamics CRM Online is not a new feature. It’s a fairly run-of-the-mill capability in all good CRM platforms and allows insight into invaluable details of the sales conversations and historical data for a given customer. Whether that’s a glimpse into previous communications, or what deals were missed (and why), or new products that … Read More
Azure Backups are a great way to secure machine data for servers, workstations, laptops and anything running a Windows operating system. All you need to do is install an agent, connect it to Azure vault storage, identify what you want to backup, set a schedule, and you are off. It’s that easy. There begins … Read More
“Were you happy with your Experience?” We hear it all of the time and there is good reason for it. Think about your experience in a restaurant where you were not happy with the service. Businesses today utilize phrases like “happy customers are repeat customers” or “customer satisfaction is job one”. Simply put, if … Read More
A reserved IP is just another term for a VIP, except it isn’t necessarily tied to
a cloud service when it is created. Originally reserved IPs had to be prior to deployment of your cloud
service. That has since changed and you can now reserve IPs before or after deployment.In this article
we will discuss the reserved IP options in Azure, converting an existing Dynamic VIP deployment to
static, and investigate a 'multi-VIP' deployment which has the default VIP plus
additional VIPs assigned to it.
Today New Signature’s Senior Infrastructure Consultant Adin Ermie takes a look at the recent release of System Center Data Protection Manager 2016 Technical Preview 2. Highlights include continuous protection for mixed-mode clusters, improved inquiry performance, and enhanced reporting with Data Protection Manager Central Console.
Head on over to his personal blog to hear what's new and changed in Data Protection Manager (DPM) in System Center Technical Preview.
Okay, so Microsoft’s latest desktop operating system, Windows 10, launches tomorrow, July 29th, 2015. Why should you care? I would love to rattle off a list of the helpful features, but in fear of diluting the significance of what is direly important, I’ll instead give you the one reason that makes it critical you … Read More