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What The Sunset Of Windows 7 Means To Its Users

Windows 7 is being “put out to pasture” by Microsoft at the beginning of 2020.  Not all Windows 7 users are aware of precisely what this means and how it can affect their day-to-day business.  Because of impending issues, such as steadily degrading usability and increasing security vulnerabilities, Windows 7 users need to know what ...

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Is LinkedIn Feeling The Pressure From Competitors?

Communicate More Effectively With These New LinkedIn Messaging Features While Facebook and Instagram are the social networks of choice for the modern day mobile user, apps like LinkedIn haven’t lost their luster. The professional network is still the master of its class, and a growing number of users are turning to the app to keep up-to-date ...

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Have You Heard Of Microsoft Whiteboard?

Create and Collaborate With The All-New and Completely Radical Microsoft Whiteboard What do most companies have in common these days? The need to collaborate on a multitude of projects. Enter the old-fashioned whiteboard. This key piece of “equipment” is where a group might gather around while someone draws or makes bulleted lists. They write down ideas and ...

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URGENT! Google Chrome “HTTPS By Default D-Day” Is Today! (July 24, 2018)

Why the big hubbub over HTTPS?… Because from now on, users who visit HTTP sites will be hit with a BIG WARNING from Google. This will happen to anyone using Google Chrome version 68. Google warns that you should have been protecting your websites with HTTPS for a while now. And this isn’t just for confidential communications. ...

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iPhone Users: Don’t Run 11.4.1 Update

Are you using an iPhone or iPad?  It may be worth it to hold off a few days before hitting that update button. Why? Reports are surfacing that after updating to #IOS 11.4.1 there are issues with app updates. The App store shows many apps that need to be updated, but when you press ‘update‘ or ‘update ...

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Save Valuable Laptop Battery Life (Tips/Tricks)

How Can You Keep Your Laptop Running Longer? Getting work done in the airport or other remote location where you can’t find a spare plug to recharge your “dying” laptop can be tricky. Battery power only lasts so long on any device, and once it’s used up, you’re stuck hunting down a spare outlet (along with ...

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How to Connect an iPhone to an Amazon Echo Device and Play Music on Alexa

If you are a fan of smart devices, then you may already have an Echo device – Amazon’s line of smart speakers that connect to other devices using Amazon’s voice-controlled personal assistant Alexa. These Alexa-powered speakers from Amazon hit the market first before the likes of Google, Lenovo, and Apple followed suit with their own smart ...

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Barriers and Benefits in Utilizing Healthcare Cloud

Recently healthcare providers have moved toward Cloud services to assist them with better service delivery. The fact is that the Cloud has gained popularity in healthcare. Some organizations that provide healthcare services are still not convinced that the Cloud is the way to go, but those that want to remain relevant have already made the ...

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The Cloud is Transforming Healthcare Services

The Cloud offers quality, timely, and affordable services by doctors to their patients. It is a platform that enables users, in this case, doctors and patients, to have real-time consultations without necessarily having to go to the doctor’s office. This is made possible due to the Cloud features that are available on most devices with ...

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CareSync Ceases Operations In Florida

Customer Data Safe Even as CareSync Shuts Down, Laying Off All Employees It is the end of the road for a promising tech startup CareSync following the discontinuation of the company’s operations on June 21, 2018. As cybersecurity enthusiasts, what lessons can we learn from the way CareSync is handling customer data at this far end ...

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