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Struggling with Poor Internet Connectivity?

Mark Salisbury presented, with Barrie Gardiner of SSE Telecoms and Mark Elliott of iHub at this year’s Business in Oxford in event, held at The Said Business School. Watch this video to understand Oxfordshire’s connectivity landscape since the closure of the government’s broadband scheme and how to access free bespoke advice.

Considering Office 365?

Mark Salisbury presented, with Priya O’Shea from Microsoft, on Office365 at this year’s Business in Oxford in event, held at The Said Business School. Here you can access the video which explains what Office365 is for businesses and how to choose the right ‘package’. Watch to understand more and on how to access free advice.

Announcing the Winners of the #BIO2016 Hampers

Mark Salisbury, MD, of The Oxford Knowledge Company delivered two presentations at the well-attended Business in Oxford event on Thursday 21st April.

The first presentation was on Office365 and included the opportunity to directly quiz Priya O’Shea Channel Manager from Microsoft about how the product works.

The second was on how to improve business #internet connectivity and included information from Barrie Gardiner of SSE Telecoms and Mark Elliott of iHub, who are growing their market share in this area.

Press release – Andrew Smith MP visits The Oxford Knowledge Company

Andrew Smith MP, Nigel Tipple from OxLEP and Aoife Roughneen from Oxfordshire Apprenticeships visited The Oxford Knowledge Company recently, as part of National Apprenticeship Week. Andrew was particularly keen to meet with local smaller businesses who are advocates of apprenticeships.

Everything you wanted to know about Office 365 but were afraid to ask

Companies of all sizes are increasingly turning to Office 365. Why is this? If you’re considering it, what do you need to understand and evaluate before you take the plunge? This eGuide is designed to help you decide.

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