3 Tips for Better Smart Home Security

By Aaron

There’s always a need to feel secure in your home, and not having that feeling can be a consistent cause of stress for an individual or a family. With our ever-increasing technology, including many

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Fitness and Meditation Apps to Keep You on Track in 2018

By Simon

If you’re like most Americans, your New Year’s resolutions include goals for getting fit, eating better and/or reducing your stress. Unfortunately, if you’re like most Americans, you also ditch your resolutions by the end

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3 Simple Tech Tips To Improve Your HR Department

By Andrei

If you work in Human Resources, you know just how hectic those departments can be. Keeping track of employee information, checking compliance, hiring, firing, engaging employees, and mountainous stacks of paperwork can be the

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Download These FREE Apps to Increase Your Productivity

By admin

As 2017 continues to roll forward, we’re reaching the time when the majority of people have dropped their new year’s resolutions. This is the time to buckle down and really focus on your plan.

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Businesses Are Using Texting to Communicate with Their Customers

By Simon

Did you know that 97% of smartphone users text at least once a week? According to a study done by Pew Internet, texting is the most widely used application or basic function on the

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Top 3 iPhone Apps for Attorneys

By Dan Hinckley

Attorney’s gotta be organized! It’s amazing to think of the power and capabilities of the computers we carry around with us each day. These “Smart Phones” are more powerful than the desktop computers many of

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Keeping Private Info Private on your Personal Devices

By Kat Kasel

In the wake of the recent NSA breach, the constant push/pull between privacy and security is more top-of-mind than ever. It’s hard to pinpoint exactly where the line should be drawn to ensure that

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How To Make Your Computer Speak To You

By Kat Kasel

Here’s how you can make your MacBook speak to you. (I’m working with a 2013 MacBook Air and I’ve got  iOS 10.8.4.) Go to system preferences in the tool bar.   Click Dictation &

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