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6 Groundbreaking Tips to Maintain Productivity in the Office

Over time, you may notice that you are being less productive at work. It’s a common problem and sometimes you need to change things up a bit. Knowing how you work and doing things differently can make all the difference. Here are the top six tips to make you more productive: 1.   Routines and Priorities […]

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Tired of Using Your Phone in the Same Old Way? Here’s 4 Tips for Improving Your Android Experience!

So you’ve just purchased an Android phone? Or maybe you’re looking to improve your experience on an existing Android phone? There is a plethora of options you can change and apps you can add to improve your Android experience! Let’s go over 4 simple things you can do to speed up your phone and get […]

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A Handy Guide to Google’s Best Search Shortcuts to Make YOUR Day More Productive!

There’s more to Google Search than meets the eye. The capabilities of the world’s premier search engine are obscured by its deceptively simple layout: the average user may think that all that changes about Google Search is that for every holiday and birthday of a significant person they’ll put up a custom doodle instead of […]

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Guard Your Keys: Cyber Locksmiths Present Security Threat To Your Home

How closely do you guard your passwords? Probably pretty well, most of them are likely stored in a little notebook by your desk, or in an encrypted storage program, or even just kept up in a mental rolodex. We’re coming to an understanding that in the digital age the password can be the keys to […]

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Critical Crypto Flaw in Microsoft SChannel Affects All Windows Software: Patch Your Systems ASAP! Don’t Wait Until It’s Exploited!

A few months ago Heartbleed, apparently named after a James Bond villain, was a security bug that made headlines even in major, non-tech focused publications. This well-known bug was a flaw in the OpenSSL cryptography library, which is a layer of security between your computer and the servers of many major online services. Hackers were […]

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5 Tips to Help You Experience the Evolution of Microsoft Office for Simplifying Your Workday

Microsoft Office is changing for the better. It has been revolutionized and helps you create the best looking documents, spreadsheets, presentations and advertisements for your business. Microsoft is stepping up and has gone above and beyond your expectations. Here are some tips for using your best office buddy: Modern Designs Take your old, outdated themed […]

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5 Important Security Steps To Make Your Web Browser More Secure

Sometimes surfing the web is more like clinging to a piece of driftwood over shark-infested waters than it is relaxing on a boogie board off some warm island paradise. Every single day 20,000 to 30,000 new malicious URLs pop up, and some of those are taking over sites that were once safe. Here are 5 […]

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Get Ahead of the Curve with These Basic Tips for Microsoft’s Least Understood Tool

Microsoft Excel is a tool most of us use but few of us truly understand. From client lists to call sheets, purchase orders to audits, almost every business person has some use for the data management tool that is Excel. Here are six basic tips that can help you get around Excel with greater efficiency […]

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How To Clear Your Print Queue In No Time Flat!

There is nothing more frustrating than being pressed for time and your printer jams. Of course, it always happens when you have a very important deadline looming. Murphy’s Law is cruel, after all. You run over to the printer, clear out the jammed paper, and think you are in the clear. Wait, nothing is coming […]

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Staying On Top Of the Latest Web Articles Is Now Free!

Did you say free? That’s always a word that’s worth looking into if it comes from someone you trust. Keeping up with the news or articles online can be pretty challenging these days, especially if you want a balanced approach by reading from multiple sources. Creating bookmarks or sending yourself an email with the subject […]

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