Just Announced: O365 Will Be Renamed as Microsoft 365

Microsoft has just announced that effective April 21, 2019 — Office 365 will be formally renamed to Microsoft 365. You can read more about it from Ingram Micro. Here is a quick list of the name changes: Office 365 Business Essentials is now Microsoft 365 Business Basic Office 365 Business Premium is now Microsoft 365 Business Standard Microsoft 365 Business is now Microsoft 365 Business Premium Office 365 Business is now Microsoft 365 Apps (for [...]

Just Announced: O365 Will Be Renamed as Microsoft 3652020-04-01T11:22:44-04:00

Law Firm to Deliver Windows Virtual Desktops From Azure

Law Firm to Deliver Windows Virtual Desktops From Azure Deleting Downtime by Creating Current Connections Joe Fousek – Bond, Schoeneck & King Original article here Written by: Mary Raitt Jordan Produced by: Liz Fallon Chief Information Officer Joe Fousek is a pretty popular guy around the office these days. Such as when there’s no such thing as technical “downtime” anymore. Since coming to the national law firm of Bond, Schoeneck & King in 2018, Fousek has been spearheading a [...]

Law Firm to Deliver Windows Virtual Desktops From Azure2021-03-22T09:21:06-04:00

Cornerstone.IT Earns Microsoft Cloud Platform Competency

Cornerstone Information Technologies, LLC (Cornerstone.IT) has earned the Microsoft Cloud Platform Competency, certifying Cornerstone.IT’s expertise in executing the migration to Microsoft’s Azure Cloud infrastructure. This new endorsement sets Cornerstone.IT apart as a leader in the technology evolution to the cloud and also provides a proven cost savings opportunity to its clients by avoiding on-premises hardware, build, and security expenses.

Cornerstone.IT Earns Microsoft Cloud Platform Competency2020-07-09T11:12:20-04:00

Microsoft Ends Support for Windows 7 on January 14, 2020

[fusion_builder_container hundred_percent="yes" overflow="visible"][fusion_builder_row][fusion_builder_column type="1_1" background_position="left top" background_color="" border_size="" border_color="" border_style="solid" spacing="yes" background_image="" background_repeat="no-repeat" padding="" margin_top="0px" margin_bottom="0px" class="" id="" animation_type="" animation_speed="0.3" animation_direction="left" hide_on_mobile="no" center_content="no" min_height="none"] 2019 is the last year for Microsoft Windows 7 Support Support for Windows 7 Ends January 14, 2020 If you are currently running Windows 7 it is time to move up.  When Microsoft launched Windows 7 in 2009 it promised 10 years of support. True to its word, on January [...]

Microsoft Ends Support for Windows 7 on January 14, 20202019-09-23T23:55:31-04:00

Support for 2013 Versions of Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus Ends Feruary 28, 2017

Microsoft Support for the 2013 Versions of Office 365 ProPlus Ends February 28, 2017 Read the article here: Note This article doesn't apply to the Office 2013 Professional Plus, Professional, and Standard editions. For the support dates for the Office 2013 Professional Plus, Professional, and Standard editions see the following Microsoft website: Microsoft Support Lifecycle. Users who are running the 2013 versions of Office 365 client applications after February 28, 2017 will have to upgrade to the [...]

Support for 2013 Versions of Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus Ends Feruary 28, 20172019-09-23T23:55:43-04:00

The one thing you should do today to prevent a cybersecurity attack

Cybersecurity continues to be a trending topic for SMBs – and with good reason. The SBA estimates nearly half of small businesses will be the victim of a cyberattack, which will cost them an average of $21,000 and even more in terms of lost consumer trust. Many SMBs don’t realize that they’re sitting on a treasure trove of data that cybercriminals want; that includes everything from intellectual property, employee background information and customer credit data. [...]

The one thing you should do today to prevent a cybersecurity attack2019-09-23T23:55:47-04:00

Aug. 24, 2016 – EOL XenApp for Windows Server 2008 R2

In case you haven't heard, Citrix XenApp for Windows Server 2008R2 will reach its End of Life on August 24, 2016.   What exactly does End of Life mean? What is Citrix's Product Lifecycle Support Policy?   Contact Cornerstone.IT and let us help you be prepared.

Aug. 24, 2016 – EOL XenApp for Windows Server 2008 R22019-09-23T23:55:47-04:00

Upgrade Before Support Ends for Microsoft Windows XP & Office 2003

As of April 8th, 2014, Windows XP, Office 2003, and Exchange Server 2003 will no longer be actively supported by Microsoft. This means you will not receive important updates including security patches.

Upgrade Before Support Ends for Microsoft Windows XP & Office 20032022-03-09T08:14:23-05:00