Three things to master that will improve your cybersecurity posture

Jordan Cueto | September 15, 2017 at 3:44 pm

As we enter the last months of 2017, we have seen many cybersecurity issues arise. There are the contagious malware attacks that are still going on right now, the different innovations in the form of hybrid clouds, and the total movement to establishing modern workplaces. With that in mind, here are three basic tools that any innovator and decision maker should master to prepare for the unpredictable future:   Cloud Infrastructure Cloud infrastructures are the…


Five Ways that O365 Changes your Working Habits

Jordan Cueto | September 6, 2016 at 12:48 pm

Technology is advancing every second. We have witnessed an exponential technological growth in the last years. With it, our workplace also evolved from humble folders and stacks of paper to modernized workplaces with cloud-supported computers. Hands down — we live in the best time to become a professional. Office 365 is the epitome of today’s enhanced workplace; a product made to increase productivity. Let’s take a look at how this innovative business solution is changing the…


A Major MIlestone for Sanje Systems

Reshika Udugampola | August 24, 2016 at 10:51 am

  Another big step! On the 15th of August 2016 The Sanje systems achieved a historical milestone for the company — the opening of a new office in Havelock! Months of hard work went into the planning and designing of the new place. The new office is located at No 185/4, Havelock Road, Colombo 05, Sri Lanka. Celebrations began with traditional rituals by lighting an oil lamp by the top management and heads of all…


A BIG GAME CHANGER: Kids Can Now Learn Game Design and Programming

Noel Labitag | August 5, 2016 at 5:16 pm

Tech One Global Pvt Ltd. initiates a game design and programming workshop for kids.   Colombo, Sri Lanka, Friday, 5th of August 2016 — Tech One Global Pvt Ltd. announces its three-day game creation workshop for kids 10 to 13 years old. This workshop will be held on August 8 to 10, 2016; 9am to 5pm. As a part of the company’s educational endeavors, it spearheads a learning program that aims to inculcate the basics…


Five things you’ll miss out by staying with Windows 7 and 8

Jordan Cueto | July 29, 2016 at 1:18 pm

  Should you upgrade to Windows 10? Short answer: Yes. If you are still skeptical about it because your Windows 7 or Windows 8 is still running fine then here are five things that will possibly change your mind.   You miss out on the newest drivers, features, and software updates.   Windows 10 is the new-kid-in-the-block and it’s only natural for Microsoft to pump its future updates for Windows 10.  They are even launching…


Planner is the Office 365 Feature that you need.

Jordan Cueto | July 7, 2016 at 2:44 pm

  Planning is admittedly one the most tedious and time consuming aspects of managing a team’s efficiency, productivity, and workflow. You have to chart out all the variables and all the places where you want them to be and simultaneously, predict the most optimal time to execute the plan. It’s an arduous task, often eating up valuable time that can otherwise be used into putting things into action. As arduous and tedious it might be,…


Tech One Brunei Download and Help Center for Windows 10

techoneglobal admin | July 7, 2016 at 10:36 am

  Since Windows 10 Free Upgrade ends on July 29, 2016, Tech One Global Limited is running a free service to help customers upgrade their devices to the new and latest Windows 10 Operating System. All you have to do is bring your device(s) to Tech One Global’s office for a free upgrade, and everything from download, to installation will be provided FREE OF CHARGE. Hurry, upgrade your system now while it’s FREE.   Specifications…


Never Write Unprofessional Emails Again Manual

techoneglobal admin | June 1, 2016 at 5:12 pm

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  Written by Sanjutha Ravindrakumaran   The danger of email familiarity is that everyone falls in recurring mistakes that could be understood as un-professionalism.  Well then, welcome back to our topic on email writing! This time, it is focused more on the real-life experience and scenario. It’s not all about the email format and language, but we should also think the factors behind, in which all in all we could create a manual. Though some codes and…


13 Mind-blowing Keyboard Shortcuts No One Tells You

John Zeus Taller | April 8, 2016 at 6:02 pm

    We all know that we don’t have all the time in the world – that’s why keyboard shortcuts exist to make our life easy. However, we are limited to the common ones like Ctrl + C and Ctrl + V. What we don’t know, there are lots of keyboard shortcuts ready to blow our minds, “I wish I knew this before!” Well, to save you time, we have compiled 13 keyboard shortcuts from around the…


Creating a Custom Site Workflow Activity Using C# in SharePoint

Praneeth Kaushalya | March 31, 2016 at 11:06 am

  In this tutorial, I will show you how to create a custom site workflow activity using C#. Before anything else, let’s gather what you need: Supported editions of Microsoft Windows and SharePoint. Visual Studio First, create a project to hold and test the custom workflow activity. To create a site workflow custom activity project: Look for the New Project dialog box by clicking New on the File menu, and then click New Project. Expand…


Publishing InfoPath Form To a SharePoint Library

Praneeth Kaushalya | March 16, 2016 at 4:33 pm

  So you want to publish an InfoPath form to your SharePoint library? You came to the right place! Here is a step-by-step tutorial how to publish one:   • First, create your InfoPath form using InfoPath Designer. • After creating your InfoPath form, go to the File and select Form Options. • In form options wizard in category field, select Compatibility and input “Web Browser Form” into Form Type. • Under Property Promotion, add the…


How to enable MS Outlook Desktop notifications on Windows 10

John Zeus Taller | March 8, 2016 at 3:00 pm

  Related Titles: Turn on Outlook desktop notifications Outlook Desktop Notification problem Outlook Missing Notification in folders How to create subfolders in Outlook How to automate emails to go in subfolders   Microsoft Outlook is the most helpful tool in the business’ internal communication. It is not just optimal for communication but also for calendaring events and meetings, setting priorities and schedules, and so forth. However, sometimes it needs to be configured first in order…


Setting up Load Balanced Office Web Apps 2013 Multi Server Farm with SSL (Part 2)

Manoj Viduranga | February 18, 2016 at 5:21 pm

    As continued from Part 1.     4.4. Configure SSL Certificates for OWA HTTPS We are using Active Directory Certificate Service to issue web Server Certificates for our OWA Farm which will only be trusted and validated within the domain Network. For External Networks such as the internet, you need to purchase a genuine SSL Certificate from a Third party vendor such as Verisign. If you use Internal Certificates (Such as the one used…


Setting up Load Balanced Office Web Apps 2013 Multi Server Farm with SSL (Part 1)

Manoj Viduranga | February 18, 2016 at 4:55 pm

It is hard to find a proper documentation online under this topic so I thought of posting this article as I’ve experienced Office Web Apps 2013 Deployment in Production. If you are not a browser fan, you can download PDF version of my Article from Microsoft Technet Gallery – https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Setting-up-Multi-Server-23e1f2ca Contents 1. Introduction 2. Server Environment 3. Requirements and Recommendations 4. Deployment 1. Introduction Microsoft Office Web Apps 2013 is now a fully isolated far that supports multiple…


Word, PDF, PPT Cannot be Opened but Excel and OneNote

Manoj Viduranga | February 3, 2016 at 2:52 pm

Word, PDF, PPT Cannot be Opened but Excel, OneNote: Resolving an Extremely Strange Behavior of Office Web Apps 2013   In this scenario, we will be using a freshly installed Office Web Apps 2013 (With SP1) Farm Configured with two nodes – load balanced with Windows NLB and secured via SSL as HTTPS. After all the configuration in OWA Farm and WOPI binding on SharePoint, Excel Files opens perfectly on browser but strangely enough, Word, Excel,…


Error while enabling Windows feature : NetFx3

Irshad Nazly | January 20, 2016 at 11:57 am

  Today I came across an error when trying to install SQL Server 2012 on Windows Server 2012 R2. There are several options to fix this error. Using Server Manager, Command Prompt or using PowerShell. Make sure you mount the OS CD before going onward. (D: is my CD Drive) The following error has occurred:     Error while enabling Windows feature : NetFx3, Error Code : -2146498298 , Please try enabling Windows feature : NetFx3…


Customize SharePoint URL using AAM and DNS

Irshad Nazly | January 14, 2016 at 2:50 pm

  Before we dig dip into customizing SharePoint URL, let us remind ourselves that many of us don’t know what SharePoint is all about. More often than not, we use different SharePoint functionality but we don’t have the idea if it is the right tool of not. There are several types of SharePoint — (1) Windows SharePoint Services (WSS), (2) Microsoft SharePoint Server (MOSS), and (3) Microsoft Search Server.     Technically, according to AIIM, Windows…


Step-by-step Exchange Server 2013 Installation

Akfash Latibu | December 9, 2015 at 4:42 pm

The following is the step-by-step guide on how to install Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 RTM. The Environment: Windows Server 2012 Active Directory with Windows Server 2012 Forest and Domain functional level Windows Server 2012 member server which is to be installed with Exchange Server 2013 Installation Steps On the member server, install the Remote Server Administration Tools using PowerShell. “Install-WindowsFeature RSAT-ADDS” Install the Exchange Server 2013 Prerequisites: (run the below command using PowerShell) “WindowsFeature AS-HTTP-Activation,…


Create mind-blowing presentations with PowerPoint

Kristine Ann Bien | April 28, 2015 at 4:39 pm

  You may be a great speaker, but if your PowerPoint presentation is embarrassing, your audience will focus more on criticizing your not-so-perfect presentation rather than listening.   PowerPoint has been around since Windows 3 (that’s almost three decades ago!), but few knows about the not-so-hidden, basic features that can up your presentation game. This blog series will present tools/tips/tutorials on how you can maximize PowerPoint’s full potential. For today we will talk about something…


Why Office 365 is better than Google Apps

Tech One Global | December 8, 2014 at 5:35 am

What makes an app really stand out? With the emergence of numerous apps and software today, how will users know what application is suitable for them?     Office 365 and Google Apps, two of the big players of productivity apps, have been in a constant battle of who’s the best in the category. I have used both but I’ll always stick with Office. Here’s why:   1. Office 365 is well established Microsoft has always…