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Fire Phone at Work

Amazon just announced the new Amazon Fire phone. The first thing I wanted to know was about BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) features. How will your business utilize this great new device? The news is good… Continue reading ‘Fire Phone at Work’


Do NOT Upgrade to Windows 7!

Some organizations still use Windows XP on some machines, and have plans to upgrade to Windows 7. This is a very bad idea, and here is why… Continue reading ‘Do NOT Upgrade to Windows 7!’


Should You Trust Cloud Storage?

iCloud, SkyDrive, DropBox, etc. – Are they secure?  How do you know how much to trust “the cloud?” Here are the answers…
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Does the Touch Pad on Your Laptop Make You Crazy?

If you are like me, when I type on my keyboard, the touch pad detects my thumbs and the cursor inexplicably jumps to somewhere else on the screen. That slows down productivity and increases one’s propensity to use profanity. There is a better way…
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Executives Express Their Coolness in Spite of Windows

Executives know that Macs have a “cool factor” but there is a problem. Executives who buy a Mac may find it difficult to get work done at the office.
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3 Things All Executives Need To Know About Windows 8

C-level Executives, presidents, and owners, Windows 8 may change the way your organization works. Do you need new computers? Will your existing programs still work? You want to know if Windows 8 is “worth it.”

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Increase productivity while traveling

So, you have a MacBook Air or one of the competing Ultrabook computers so you can travel light on the road. But what about being productive in your hotel room? You may find your screen’s real-estate is severely limited. That just leads to a bunch of switching back and forth between application windows. Until now…
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Lighten Your Load–78 Items your Smartphone replaces

Perhaps you want to lighten your load. Perhaps you want to save money. Perhaps you want to make the most of your investment in your iPhone, iPad, Android, BlackBerry, etc. Brainstorming with CEOs, other senior level executives, and owners resulted in the following list of 78 items your device can replace.
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Do you want to save 100’s of hours this year?

How many times do you receive an email and need to phone the person back, but the person does not include their phone number in their email signature line?
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Be sure to enable device tracking on your mobile devices

Someone stole my iPad. In November I realized my iPad was suddenly missing. Apple’s Find My iPhone showed the device to be in a parking lot just outside of a transportation company’s main office —I used the transportation service late the night before.
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