by Richard Stokes This week’s tip comes courtesy of our NOC Manager, Steve Guthman – I do have to give credit where credit is due. Spreadsheets, spreadsheets, spreadsheets………..We all use them, some of us more than others and I think it’s safe to say that most of us only use about 10% of what Excel…

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by Tony Rushin I don’t go for the cool, new app just because someone mentions it.  My time – just like your time – is too valuable to waste learning a new app that may have limited productivity gains.  My rule of thumb is to wait until three people I know and trust tell me…

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A lot has happened in the six months since our previous blog post on this topic; including a brief mention on 60 Minutes this past Sunday. Although Da Silva Moore was the first case to endorse the use of predictive coding, a more recent federal case (re: Actos (Pioglitazone) Product Liability Litigation (W.D. La July 27, 2012) may…

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by David Gracey With a big splash, Microsoft launched its latest operating system, Windows 8, last fall.  Windows 8 has clearly set the tablet market in its crosshairs in an effort to keep up with the fast moving design upgrades from Apple.  The Win8 interface has been completely revamped to maximize the benefits of a…

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by Richard Stokes Have you ever had an application on your computer that you’ve decided was no longer needed and, in an effort to clean up your PC, you tried to uninstall it but to no avail?  For whatever reason, the message you got said that either the windows uninstall program didn’t remove it or…

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by Tony Rushin According to the University of Scranton, as cited on “Statistic Brain”, here were the top 10 New Year’s Resolutions for 2012: 1)      Lose Weight 2)      Getting Organized 3)      Spend Less, Save More 4)      Enjoy Life to the Fullest 5)      Staying Fit & Healthy 6)      Learn Something Exciting 7)      Quit Smoking 8)      Help…

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