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Microsoft “Reinventing Itself” as a Cloud Company

Financial results released regarding the performance of Microsoft have shown that their willingness to embrace the cloud is proving to be beneficial despite an overall decline in the company.

Microsoft’s revenue for the final quarter of 2015 was $23.8 billion, however, this represented a 10% decline in figures in comparison to the same period last year. Continue reading

Changes in the Cloud Industry: Predictions for 2016

Forbes recently released their 2016 Roundup of Cloud computing which focussed on the growth of the cloud, the success of enhanced security in the cloud and other growing aspects of the digital business in 2015.

However, the post also included a number of predictions for what lies ahead for cloud computing in 2016. We take a look at four of the major predictions for cloud technology in the next year. Continue reading

Cloud Use Increases in Regulated Industries

A new study from a Cloud security firm has revealed that government agencies and many large businesses have adopted The Cloud in the last year.

According to cloud security firm Bitglass, there has been a 71% surge in Cloud usage across both government agencies and large corporations in the last twelve months. The group analysed traffic from around 130,000 organisations in North America and found that the vast majority of companies had embraced The Cloud and other tools such as Microsoft 365 and Google Apps. Continue reading

Scottish Digital Skills Academy to Address Nation’s Skilled Software Developer Shortage

A Digital Skills Academy – CodeClan – has been established in Scotland with the aim being to help address the lack of skilled software developers in the country.

An initial fifteen students have now started at the academy are said students are due to graduate in January 2016.  Continue reading

Denovo’s telephone numbers changing from 22nd October

Denovo will be changing our telephone numbers from 22nd October.  Our existing 0141 331 5290 number will remain unchanged but our support number will change from 0845 230 5290 to 0330 313 8455.

Short term Benefits to customers:-

– Customers are now able to contact us from anywhere within the UK, regardless of location, for the same cost as a standard phone call.

– There are no hidden costs or additional charges to the customer.

–  Calls to 03 numbers must also be included in any inclusive call minute packages or discount schemes offered by fixed and mobile network operators and from payphones, meaning less cost to the customer.  Effectively, this means 0330 numbers are included in the consumers’ “free” bundle of minutes.

– Statistics show that 0330 numbers are easier for people to remember!

Longer term customer benefits:-

This change of telephone numbers coincides with Denovo’s progressive move away from their traditional in house telephony platform to Microsoft Lync/Skype for Business. We are incorporating Microsoft Skype for Business as our primary phone system to meet our business demands and those of our growing client base.

As Denovo migrate to this new flexible Telephony/ Web conferencing platform the need for our staff to be permanently at our head office becomes less of a necessity, this versatility will further enhance the service levels we can offer our clients. When our traditional Scottish weather causes issues for most people Denovo can carry on business as usual from anywhere using our Denovo CRM / Telephony and Web conferencing all via the cloud.

Get in touch

Should you be interested in learning more about Skype for business and how Denovo could help your company adopt this excellent service, please get in touch (click here) and we would be delighted to discuss your needs. Did you know this is available as a pay as you go monthly service, with no upfront hardware needed and we could save you money on your current ISDN line rental costs?

Property and Land Information Online Resource Coming to Scotland

A new comprehensive online system – which will allow users to obtain detailed information about any land or property in Scotland – is not too far away, according to Scotland Deputy First Minister John Swinney, who wants the resource to be operational by 2017.

The implementation of Scotland’s Land and Information System (ScotLIS), which is aimed at all users from citizens, communities, professionals and business user, will be handled by a taskforce specially chosen by Mr Swinney. Continue reading

Denovo Achieve Microsoft Silver Partner Status

We are delighted to announce that Denovo have now achieved Microsoft Silver Partner status, a prestigious award celebrating our growth, expertise and accelerating innovation across the business.

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The award of the Silver Small and Midmarket Cloud Solutions accreditation shows the advances being made at our company with all our technology professionals concentrating on identifying our client’s needs, and delivering the best Microsoft and Denovo cloud, or on premise solutions. We would like to thank our loyal clients for helping us achieve this accreditation, as they have proved how our Denovo Intelligent platform and Microsoft solutions combined significantly enhance their productivity. Continue reading

Legal Career Not So Popular?

It would appear pursuing a ‘prestigious’ legal career by becoming a lawyer is no longer so popular, with an increasing number of UK-based legal professionals advising would-be lawyers to pursue to choose a different career path.

There is no denying that the UK legal landscape has changed dramatically but somewhat surprisingly, according to research by Wesleyan, forty-eight per cent (48%) of lawyers would not recommend the legal profession to their friends and family. Continue reading

Public Sector Cut backs Causing Digital Transformation

According to an iGov Survey cut backs in the public sector are leading to an increased uptake in the adoption of cloud computing services.

In terms of specifics, the report, prepared on behalf of Ancoris, found that 82 per cent (82%) of senior government employees believe these times of austerity are resulting in a digital transformation in the cloud direction. Continue reading