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OS Version Update: Windows, OSX, Android, & iOS

The Operating Systems (OS) on our computers and devices impact our computing experience and productivity. Whether it’s about Windows, OSX, Android, or iOS– the question I often get is, “What’s current and, even more important, what’s dependable?”

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All Data is Vulnerable

Sony. The US government. The news is often filled with ‘the latest’ cyberattack. It seems like all of our data is vulnerable. What should we do about it? What can we do about it?

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Protection from Ransomware

Malware has taken a new direction recently that, if you’re not protected, could cost you all of your data and a bit of money. And it doesn’t matter if you’re on a Windows or Mac computer. How can you protect your and your organization’s data?

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The Community of Church IT People

Most people who work at churches and ministries are in behind-the-scenes positions. There is a group of these modern day heroes of The Faith who focus on IT that began gathering as peers in 2006 to and encourage each other. They have formed the Church IT Network, and their impact is huge!

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Outlook Email Mail Merge

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Combining the power of Outlook and Mail Merge can help you communicate better! Windows and Mac Outlook versions are different, so let’s look at how to do mail merges in both!

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Mac OSX 10.8 & Windows 8

Operating system updates are a way of life, but are they good or necessary; desirable or to-be-avoided? The manufacturers would say they are good, necessary, and desirable, but that’s not always true. Let’s take a look at the two most recent releases and see where they land.

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Telecommuting Can Work!

Some members of our team have been telecommuting since the 1990s. I’m often asked how I know whether it’s working for us. The unspoken question is, “How do you know you’re getting a full day of work in exchange for a full day of pay?” That is an excellent question!

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What Do You Use?

Folks often ask me what I use for a computer, cell phone, tablet, headset, etc. Here are my answers– and why– so my perspective might help you make whatever hardware decisions you need to make.

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