• October 8, 2013 Posted on Uncategorized, Comments Off on Microsoft Outlook

    Microsoft Outlook

    MICROSOFT OUTLOOK The ins and outs of Outlook     The number one email client used by our customers is Microsoft Outlook. Therefore, we decided to devote a newsletter to this topic. 

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  • October 1, 2013 Posted on Newsletter,Uncategorized, Comments Off on New Technology News

    New Technology News

    IOS iOS 7 released     Last week, Apple released iOS 7, a completely revamped operating system for the iPhone/iPod, and iPads. While the release is ...

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  • September 10, 2013 Posted on Uncategorized, Comments Off on Credit Cards 101

    Credit Cards 101

    The customer swipes his card at the store.   How does the transaction work?  What are some good practices for both the customer and the merchant? 

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  • September 3, 2013 Posted on Newsletter, Comments Off on Good Computer Maintaining Practices

    Good Computer Maintaining Practices

    ESTABLISHING GOOD PRACTICES FOR MAINTAINING YOUR COMPUTER SYSTEMS How to start the year off right   Every new year brings with it resolutions. While we don't think about our technology on the actual new year, now's a good time to establish good practices for maintaining ...

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  • August 28, 2013 Posted on Uncategorized, Comments Off on End of Year Filter Guide

    End of Year Filter Guide

    FILTERS Are there options for your devices? As the year winds down and we are entering into the High Holidays, we are having an influx ...

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  • August 20, 2013 Posted on Newsletter, Comments Off on Password/Browser Security

    Password/Browser Security

    BROWSER PASSWORD Important information regarding your passwords   In today's technological world, everything requires a login with a username and password. While some have become more vigilant and made up "crazy long passwords which no one can crack" and others still are using "mommy123,"  your family and ...

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  • August 6, 2013 Posted on Uncategorized, Comments Off on Phone Services

    Phone Services

    DO YOU HAVE A LANDLINE? Are you utilizing it to the fullest? Is there a better system out there?   There are multiple options which basically boil down to using old fashioned landlines or a VoIP system. While traditional phone services are looked upon as more reliable, unfortunately they do fail as well. "Voice over IP" (VoIP), which uses the Internet as opposed to phone wires to ...

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  • July 23, 2013 Posted on Uncategorized, Comments Off on Cell Battery Life

    Cell Battery Life

    HOW'S YOUR BATTERY LIFE? Ever wondered if there is a way to extend your smartphones battery life? Last Tuesday I tried an experiment and the results were astonishing. Last Tuesday, Tisha Bav, I left my Android on my desk the entire day, and the battery survived the day without the need to charge it at least once. This got me thinking that perhaps there is a way to extend our smartphones battery life on a regular basis. Read below to see what we came across on how to extend your cell phone's battery ...

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  • July 9, 2013 Posted on Uncategorized, Comments Off on Biz Purchases

    Biz Purchases

    TOP PURCHASES FOR SMALL BUSINESSES What should your company invest in this summer? In today's fast growing technology world, today's newest tech may be an antique tomorrow. Here's how to choose what and when to purchase or upgrade your systems can easily become confusing. Please read below for some tips which you should consider while purchasing or upgrading this summer. 1. Choosing new hardware When purchasing new hardware, one should consider his current needs as well as his needs down the road. Striking the right balance between what is needed at the moment plus ...

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  • June 25, 2013 Posted on Uncategorized, Comments Off on Android Phishing

    Android Phishing

    ANDROID SAFETY Important information regarding Google Play What is phishing? How does it apply to your Android? Why is the issue only on Androids and not Apples? What is phishing? Phishing is when someone is maliciously attempting to get information from you. How is it done? By setting up a website which looks like the real/legitimate site. Users enter their credentials (thinking it is the real site) and then the one who set up the site, now has your credentials to use in the real site. How does it apply to your Android?

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