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5 Steps to Archive Emails and Keep Outlook Running Strong

5 Steps to Archive Emails and Keep Outlook Running Strong

Ever notice that your Microsoft Outlook account has slowed to a crawl? Basic email functions like Send/Receive acting a little funny? Consider checking the...

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Brining Brings Out The Best In Your Bird This Thanksgiving

Brining Brings Out The Best In Your Bird This Thanksgiving

How many of you will be roasting a turkey this Thursday? In honor of Thanksgiving, we thought we’d try something different with this week’s…

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Update: CryptoLocker Virus Morphs Into More Expensive Threat

Update: CryptoLocker Virus Morphs Into More Expensive Threat

Submitted by Nick McGregor on Monday, November 18, 2013 Last month, CMIT Solutions reported on the threat of the CryptoLocker ransomware virus, which asymmetrically encrypts data…

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Decoding New FAA Rules Regarding Electronic Device Use On Airlines

Decoding New FAA Rules Regarding Electronic Device Use On Airlines

Submitted by Nick McGregor on Tuesday, November 12, 2013 October 31st marked a triumphant day for the travel and technology industries. That’s when the…

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10 Tips, Tricks, Apps, and Add-Ins To Supercharge Microsoft Word

10 Tips, Tricks, Apps, and Add-Ins To Supercharge Microsoft Word

Submitted by Nick McGregor on Tuesday, November 05, 2013 In the word processing world, Microsoft Word is the platinum standard. As recently as April…

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How to Identify and Avoid Health Insurance Enrollment-Related Phishing Scams

How to Identify and Avoid Health Insurance Enrollment-Related Phishing Scams

The October 1st rollout of federal health insurance exchanges has suffered from numerous technological glitches. However, another negative outcome — phishing scams disguised as official-looking enrollment…

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How Remote Backup, Disaster Recovery, and The Cloud Can Save Your Business

How Remote Backup, Disaster Recovery, and The Cloud Can Save Your Business

One drawback of a timid hurricane season like 2013’s is that the critical importance of remote backup, disaster recovery (DR), and business continuity (BC)…

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Top 10 Reasons Why Windows 8.1 Is Worth an Upgrade

Top 10 Reasons Why Windows 8.1 Is Worth an Upgrade

On October 17th, one year after overhauling its flagship operating system (OS) with Windows 8, Microsoft will release Windows 8.1. For Windows 8 users, the…

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5 Ways to Keep Your Computer Safe from CryptoLocker Ransomware Virus

5 Ways to Keep Your Computer Safe from CryptoLocker Ransomware Virus

Submitted by Nick McGregor on Tuesday, October 08, 2013 CryptoLocker, a new “ransomware” virus, began making the rounds several months ago. But a particularly…

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How Your Business Can Upgrade Its Technology and Earn a $500,000 Tax Deduction

How Your Business Can Upgrade Its Technology and Earn a $500,000 Tax Deduction

Like everything in the tax world, US Internal Revenue Code’s Section 179, which allows companies to deduct UP TO $500,000 worth of qualifying equipment…

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New Health Care Rule Goes Into Effect October 1st (Minus The Penalty)

New Health Care Rule Goes Into Effect October 1st (Minus The Penalty)

Submitted by on Tuesday, September 24, 2013 With new HIPAA regulations going into effect on September 23rd, and the Affordable Care Act, or “Obamacare,” beginning…

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Texting and Driving: Solving Today’s Scariest Tech Problem

Texting and Driving: Solving Today’s Scariest Tech Problem

Submitted by on Tuesday, September 17, 2013 While technology has undoubtedly improved our lives in countless ways, the lesser-known reality is that it’s made…

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