by David Gracey Your boss is clamoring for you to get to the cloud. But before you take off too quickly, consider these four hidden costs of cloud migration from a study by the Information Systems Audit and Control Association. Incurring Unexpected Expenses For Initial Systems Migration Lesser known migration fees include the costs of…

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by Tony Rushin Did you know that you can write an email using Outlook and schedule it to be delivered at a future date?  I’m using this feature more and more lately: If I know someone’s on vacation right now If I have the brainstorm at 7:00 pm but the person I’m sending the email…

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by Tony Rushin Upon returning from my recent vacation, I discovered that Flipboard had identified several interesting articles for me while I was away. After reading Matt Honan’s “How Apple and Amazon Security Flaws Led to My Epic Hacking” from wired.com, I made another important discovery – it was high time for me to look…

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by David Gracey Microsoft Excel has become a vital part of the work environment.  I use it daily to track key performance indicators for Network 1, keep up with computer inventories and manage various lists (I really like lists).  However, Excel is like a sports car that I’m driving in first gear and I’m always…

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by Richard Stokes Raise your hand if you’ve either had your personal email account stolen/cracked or know of someone who has? Good news for Gmail users is there’s an app that works with your smartphone that gives an additional layer of security via a system called ‘two factor authentication’.  What this means is you have…

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Atlanta Association of Legal Administrators’ 24th Annual Business Partner Expo by Tony Rushin As you may remember, the 2011 AALA Business Partner Expo was a Big Hit! This year the Business Partner Expo will be held from 2:00 – 6:00 pm on August 8th at the Cobb Galleria.  Over 150 legal administrators and their guests are…

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