Business

Microsoft-launches-online-booking-service-for-Office-365-customers_1.jpg
Microsoft Bookings: A Publicly Available Scheduling Web App
What is Microsoft Bookings?

Microsoft has released a new Office 365 web application to allow your customers to schedule appointments with your business. This new product is simple to use and let’s your customers select the service they want. Once selected, they can choose a date and time based on availability you provide. The benefit is that you don’t have to email and call back and forth to get a meeting scheduled. Microsoft Bookings will then add the appointment to your employees calendar accordingly. As well, anyone can access your bookings page without the need for an Office 365 account. The publically available URL looks great on any device to make it easy to get things done.

Level-257-exterior-copy-e1431058216138-500x300_1.jpg
Join Systech at the CRCA Emerging Leaders Event
What is the CRCA Emerging Leaders Event?

The Chicago Roofing Contractors Association (CRCA) is hosting a 3 hour event for roofing companies at Level 257 in Schaumburg. This event will feature technology vendors from the Chicagoland area to help you grow your business. Systech will be attending this event on August 25th from 6pm-9pm. Stop by and join in the conversation and find out how we can help you leverage technology to grow your business. We will be raffling off a retail copy of Microsoft Office to 1 lucky winner! We will also be featuring, “The Modern Desktop” which will give you a hands-on experience with a pre-configured environment. You will get to try all the latest and greatest software and applications that allow you and your employees to be productive and to get the most out of your IT investments.

SQL-2005-End-of-Support.png
SQL 2005 End of Support

 

Dear Customer,2014 Systech Black
If you are using any SQL Server versions earlier than SQL Server 2014, it????????s time to consider upgrading to take advantage of groundbreaking improvements in performance. Support for the following versions of SQL Server has either ended or will end soon, which means no more security updates, increased maintenance costs, and potential compliance concerns.
1 6 7