Getting Online – Domains and DNS

A primary task for getting your website up and running is choosing a domain name.
Once you’ve searched for the name you want, and chosen whether to use .com or, you can register it and start using it.

You will then be able to have your website address and email addresses that go with it.
This gives you a professional image compared to using a free email address.

DNS records are records which tell web users where to go for various services.
An MX record tells you which server email should get sent to.
An A or CNAME record tells you where the website is hosted and things like FTP servers and sub sites.

Often authentication to cloud services will ask you to add a record to your DNS to prove you own the domain.
Keep your information from registering your domain and DNS mangement.

If you are a client of AtomLondon then we would handle that network admin for you and let you know when it was time to renew.

Getting Online – Productivity with Office365

Generally as a business you need email and a website.

These days a lot of workers need remote access to their email and likely, business documents too.

What about the cost of productivity software like an office suite or email client – do you need to provide your staff with software for home use as well?

Office365 is a range of services bundled together that covers those issues  – the pricing structure is per user, so you know exactly what it will cost you monthly.

I can purchase and register ( or migrate) your domain name – set up your company email and user accounts and then provision your staff with the latest Microsoft Office software.

Each licensed user can install the software on up to 5 devices  – iPads, smart phones, laptops or home computer.

You can share documents with other staff or people outside of the office and you can access your documents online or keep  a synced copy on your home computer.

Skype for Business is available in some packages so easy video conferencing is available too.