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Would you like to keep up with the information from your favorite news, sports, technology, or financial websites? One way to do this is visit each site every day, but who has that kind of time. You could subscribe to your favorite sites via email. However, if you are like me, you already have enough […]
A person came to me today with a Word document that contained some sensitive information. This person did not want anyone else to see the information in this document. She asked me was there a way to put a password on the file so that the only way to open the file was if you […]
This will be a short post since I don’t care for basketball or use Outlook. For those who love basketball and use Outlook, are you getting all geared up for the college basketball tournament known as March Madness? Would you like an easy way to keep up with all of the action? Well, Microsoft has […]
You have probably heard the term, “the cloud” or “cloud computing.” It has been talked about on television, on the radio, and technology websites. The word “cloud” is simply a metaphor for the Internet. IN A NUTSHELL Cloud computing is basically using a web browser, Internet connection and your provider’s servers to access your files […]
As logic would have it, if you want to know how to bake a cake, ask a baker. If you want to know how to protect yourself from credit card fraud, ask a crook. This is a really good interview of a former credit card thief that stole $200,000 (that the authorities know about) from […]