October 2011

In this issue. . .

~ Partner Spotlight: Stratus
~ Save the Date: Office 365 Event
~ Welcome our New Hire!
~ Office 2010 Tip of the Month

Save the Date: Nov. 16th

Launch Event

On November 16th we are holding an exclusive event at Microsoft for our customers who are interested in learning more about Microsoft's Office 365. Join us for this FREE breakfast event, with plenty of giveaways and raffle prizes. Look for the invite in your inbox this week, or register right now here!


Monthly Quote

"A creative man is motivated by the desire to achieve, not by the desire to beat others."

~Ayn Rand


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Partner Spotlight: Stratus Technologies

Uptime. All the time.

Integrated IT Solutions is pleased to announce our new partnership with Stratus Technologies. Stratus is an ISO-certified, privately held company founded in 1980 (formerly Stratus Computer) dedicated to "the art and science of fault-tolerant computing."

Avance, their product for small to mid-size businesses, integrates around the clock monitoring services with resilient technologies to ensure your systems are up and stay up.

For small businesses whose livelihood depends on their applications, Avance is the most reliable, affordable uptime solution. Their high-availability software will bring your business low-cost uptime backed by Integrated IT's installation and ongoing support.

Stratus recently hosted 15 of our engineers at their corporate office in Maynard and trained them on the Avance solution. We are certified and ready to deploy! We will be offering an informational webinar on December 7th, but if you'd like to know more in the meantime, please email us!


Welcome our Newest Engineer!

Please join us in welcoming our newest employee, Jessica Boutin, to Integrated IT Solutions. Jessica, a Network Engineer, comes to us with a wide range of IT skills and over 5 years of experience. She is a Microsoft Certified Professional. Welcome aboard, Jessica!


Office 2010 Tip of the Month

Broadcast a Slideshow From PowerPoint


The best new idea in PowerPoint is its built-in broadcast feature, which you can launch by opening a Presentation, clicking File, Save & Send, Broadcast Slide Show, clicking the Broadcast Slide Show button, and then Start Broadcast.

The first time you do this, you’ll need to log in to Microsoft’s free broadcast service with a Windows Live ID, but you can choose the option to log in automatically in the future. When the broadcast is ready, the dialog box will display a Send in Email link, which you can use to send an invitation link to your audience (buttons on the ribbon let you send out additional invites). To begin the broadcast, simply click the Start Slide Show button.


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