Tech Tip #50: Master Your Gmail

For the rare few out there that are not aware, Gmail is a free webmail service developed by the web search behemoth Google. The service launched in 2004, and, over the years, has grown to ...

Tech Tip #49: Optimize Your Access Point

Is there anything more frustrating than a bad Internet connection? There are many factors that can influence the performance of your Wi-Fi ...

Tech Tip # 48: The Magic Keys

Once upon a time, there was a computer wizard who learned a magic spell that helped her use and troubleshoot computers. This ...

Tech Tip #47: 5 Steps to Survive a HIPAA Audit

A Survival Guide for Healthcare Providers If you ask any business owner today about what keeps them up at night, losing all their ...

Tech Tip #46: Upgrading to 5G

What is 5G? 5G is the 5th Generation of the cellular network that brings the Internet to our phones and mobile devices. This new standard for ...

Tech Tip # 45: When You Go Incognito

What's the craziest thing you have ever Googled? What about the most embarrassing? Did you know that when you browse the Internet, some of the data associated with your online actions is ...

Tech Tip #44: The Sweet Truth About Cookies

There are a lot of facts about cookies. For instance, they are delicious, sugary treats….. oh wait. This is a Tech Tip, not a cooking blog. In relation to your internet needs, ...

Tech Tip # 43: Don't Get Doxxed

It's a wonderful thing to take a vacation - the memories, the photos, the experience. Do you share this experience ...

Tech Tip #42: Get Your Email to Go

While we may have different job descriptions, with individual skill sets and objectives in mind, we all have one thing in common: we use ...

Tech Tip #41: Clean Up Space On Your PC

When your computer is running slowly, and you have emails to send, deadlines approaching, and payroll to make, you don't have time ...

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