#FunFriday: Fun With Microsoft Excel

FUN WITH NUMBERS! You Can Now Collaborate in Real-time with Excel. Have you ever wanted to work on a spreadsheet with someone, and the technology didn’t work as expected? If you’ve been waiting for real-time collaboration in Excel, it’s here! There are still a few glitches, but overall, the s

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Keep Cybercriminals Out with These Important Security Tips.  

Criminals are no longer just after your physical business assets, they’re ready to steal your confidential data as well. Keep your business safe with these top cybersecurity tips.   Keeping your business safe is critical. While you can install all kinds of physical security devices at your locat

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What You May Not Know About Structured Cabling  

With mobile devices and cloud access, today’s organizations provide more flexibility for their workers.  However, your growing business still requires on-site hardware to store information on servers, or use powerful workstations with wired Internet connections for design or engineering. When ha

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Peer into the Future of Web Browsing with Safari Technology Preview.

Safari Technology Preview lets you check out the cool, new functionality that will be available in forthcoming releases.  It provides developers with the best way to view upcoming web technologies in macOS and iOS (including visual effects, the latest layout technologies and even developer tools) s

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A New Strain of Ransomware Attacks a Michigan Hospital System.

On July 5th, 2017, disaster struck a series of hospital networks in Michigan. Caro Community Hospital, Caro Medical Clinic and Caro Quick Care all lost access to not only their desktop and laptop computers, but also phones, email services and even patient records. A message on a computer screen conf

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WiFi or Ethernet? The Choice Still Matters for Your Small Business.  

Do you use a wired or wireless connection to access and transmit data? You may not think that it matters which you use, but it does. When businesses set up, upgrade or relocate their data systems, they have a significant decision to make—What data can be accessed via a wireless connection, and wh

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Why Cybersecurity Is Job-One for Your IT Department  

Even the smallest business isn’t immune from the threat of cybercrime. Are you doing enough to protect your business from becoming a victim?   The ransomware panic caused by WannaCry and Petya affected tens of thousands of computers throughout the world. However, these attacks were just one part

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Why You Must Replace Your “Subpar” IT Service Company.

The technological resources that your small business uses on a daily basis are more than just “tools” in the traditional sense. In many ways, they’re the very foundation from which your 21st-century operations are built. IT is how you communicate with your clients, guaranteeing that you can p

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Beware of CEO Fraud Attacks. 

If you think ransomware was the most sophisticated type of cyberattack, think again. CEO fraud attacks are on the rise, and they may be one of the most lucrative forms of cyber intrusion today. CEO fraud is the latest form of email-based cyberattacks—And has a 90% success rate. It occurs when hac

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Tips, Tricks and Best Practices to Get the Most Out of Your Microsoft Outlook Experience

A discussion of the tips, tricks and best practices that you can start using today to revolutionize your Microsoft Outlook experience. With so many web-based email clients out there, many people don’t realize just how popular Microsoft’s Outlook client still is. The Outlook application itself 

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