by Tony Rushin If you have dual monitors, here’s a quick and easy tip (gotta’ love quick and easy).  If you don’t have dual monitors, and you work in a law firm or other professional setting, check out the productivity gains in the University of Utah study cited in The Find Law Legal Technology Blog…

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With all the buzz and excitement around new technologies such as Google Glass, the iPhone 5 and Cloud Computing, little attention has been paid to the outlier of the technology world: Internet Explorer 10. This dinosaur of IT has been around forever (yes, they’ve made 9 other versions of it) but has managed to miss…

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by Richard Stokes No–one knows better than Medical Administrators that time is money.  After all, the more efficient the practice runs then the more patients they are able to see.  So in today’s technologically driven world why do many of us (not just those in the medical field) feel that technology actually slows us down? …

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It’s been a long time coming, but we’re proud to finally announce the launch our new website. It’s user-friendly and highlights what we do best: helping businesses achieve greatness through technology. We’ve designed it to be easy to navigate, using the ribbon of drop boxes at the top of the screen highlighting who we are,…

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by Tony Rushin This is definitely not a tip about the New Orleans Saints and their silly “who dat” phrase.  C’mon – we’re Falcons’ fans here.  Rise up! This tip is about .DAT files:  specifically winmail.dat files that you may have received or that may have been reported to you from an email recipient.  Winmail.dat files…

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by Richard Stokes Every day, in just about everything we do, we’re quite literally bombarded by advertising from all forms of media that want us to either buy something or take action on something.  Think about it: with television, radio, the Internet, email, telemarketers, magazines and billboards – to name a few – we’re surrounded. …

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