Streamline Most Popular Posts of 2015
In 2015, we experimented with various content approaches like expanded lists and longer posts. Page views increased 38% over 2014 with a 12% increase in visitors. The top referring sites were LinkedIn, Facebook, community.office365.com, Inkd.in, and Reddit. Here’s the top 10 most popular posts from 2015:
- Does Your Website Show Customers That You Are Serious About Security? (February 2015) – Encrypted websites using HTTPS would get a slight ranking boost in Google search results for being more secure and trustworthy.
- Incompatible Office Products Are Installed on Your Machine (March 2015) – This problem is generally caused by an update to OneDrive, especially if you previously had SkyDrive installed or installed the standalone OneDrive separate from your copy of Office.
- CryptoLocker Prevention: Top 12 Defenses Against Business Loss (March 2015) – Despite worldwide publicity concerning the staggering business loss from CryptoLocker (or other variants), few organizations have taken precautions to protect themselves.
- What a Modern Disaster Recovery Plan Looks Like (March 2015) – Modern disaster recovery looks nothing like the daunting 300 page manuals of just a few years ago.
- DirSync Explained (March 2015) – To save confusion and increase productivity, many customers want the same password for local networks and the cloud.
- Azure Top 10 Important Buying Tips (April 2015) – Insight for customers to avoid pitfalls and better understand how to leverage this technology.
- Office 365 Roadmap: Know What’s Coming (April 2015) – Nothing has been mentioned by the press about the unprecedented speed of new features offered or the frequent open communication.
- 10 Promises Managed Services Customers Should Demand Quarterly (May 2015) – The underlying critical aspect of managed services is providing business acumen to make informed decisions to improve the bottom line.
- Rethink Your Strategy With Windows 10 (July 2015) – These are the top things everyone should understand about Windows 10 strategy.
- Office 2016 Upgrade: Essential Things to Know (December 2015) – While Microsoft has done a good job describing features, there’s not much practical advice about the business benefits or approach.
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