How-To troubleshoot browser issues – Part 2

Have you ever had problems with not being able to access a website, load information, or view documents through your browser?  Any problem that hinders your ability to get work done can be a pain. In the second part of this two part article I am going to explain how to harden your security setting more »

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On May 28, 2015, posted in: Blog, How To by

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iOS bug is causing text messages to crash your iPhone

An unusual bug in Apple’s iOS can crash and reboot your iPhone if you receive a certain text message. The bug works as follows: Someone texts you a message with a specific string of Arabic characters. If your iPhone is locked, and you receive a notification of the new text, iMessage crashes and your iPhone more »

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On May 27, 2015, posted in: Blog, Mobile by

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Lots of Gadgets, Lots of Aches

Look around today they are everywhere: stooped shoulders, angled necks and wrists, hands twisted like claws. As people harness their bodies to use more electronic devices in more places, they may unknowingly be putting themselves at a greater risk of injury. Some might say things were easier 20 years ago when employees worked mainly on more »

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On May 26, 2015, posted in: Blog, Ergonomics by

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Memorial Day: Remember the meaning

Today is Memorial Day 2015. In cemeteries across the U.S flags flutter, flowers are placed on the graves of the dead, and bugles sound the notes of Taps. The crowds paying tribute, however, have grown sparse. Memorial Day began as a way to honor Civil War dead, the commemoration was long called Decoration Day from more »

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On May 25, 2015, posted in: Blog, Inspiration by

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Google wants to be your phone carrier

Google announced on April 22nd of this year a new program called Fi. Fi combines the wireless networks of Google carrier partners Sprint and T-Mobile with more than 1 million free, open Wi-Fi hotspots Google has verified as fast and reliable. Rumors that Google intended to enter the mobile virtual network operator field have been more »

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On May 22, 2015, posted in: Blog, Mobile by

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What you should know about Cloud Computing

Over the past five years cloud computing has been rapidly picking up steam. Cloud computing is kind of a big deal (like, change the face of IT big), in this article I am going to provide a brief cloud computing introduction. Here are some key points you need to know about cloud computing to help more »

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On May 21, 2015, posted in: Blog, Cloud Services by

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Three things most successful companies do correct

What do most successful businesses have in common? Using available resources to effectively execute business strategies, maintaining a strong focus on the customer and structuring the organization in order to support company objectives are the three basic building blocks that high-performing organizations, regardless of industry or geography, have in common. That finding comes from new more »

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On May 20, 2015, posted in: Blog, Business by

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Cyber extortion is on the rise

In 1824, the Duke of Wellington received a letter from a publisher threatening to publish a memoir by his former mistress. The publisher offered to keep the Duke out of the book if he received a sum of money. The Duke reportedly sent the letter back with “Publish and be damned” scrawled on the back. more »

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On May 19, 2015, posted in: Blog, Security by

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Los Angeles hottest startups that you want to watch

In today’s ever changing word new companies can “pop up” and change the way we do simple tasks in business extremely fast. The key to constantly be on the lookout for the latest and greatest startups. In this article I’m going to talk about some of Los Angeles hottest startups that you may want to more »

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On May 18, 2015, posted in: Blog, New Tech by

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Is OpenOffice heading towards extinction?

If you work in computing and are even loosely familiar with the open source software movement, chances are you’ve heard of OpenOffice at some point. For a decade, the OpenOffice Foundation provided the world with a free alternative to Microsoft’s ubiquitous Office suite, and if its programs weren’t always as polished or quick to launch more »

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On May 8, 2015, posted in: Blog, Software by

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