By David Gracey At the time of this writing, we are preparing for Christmas and 2013 is winding down.  There is much for which to be grateful: family, good health and after nearly 6 years in the Great Recession*, our domestic economy seems to finally be finding its footing.  Since the spirit of giving is…

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By Richard Stokes First of all – full disclaimer that I have not yet made the jump to Windows 8 and frankly don’t plan to anytime soon.  However, I wanted to get this Tip out since several of our law firm clients are starting to get Windows 8 (Is This Your Next Laptop?) plus if…

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by Cheryl Sklar Do you remember the days when you used to have to write yourself notes to remember things?  Or tie a string around your finger?  Or ask someone more responsible than you to remind you to do something?  I used to turn my watch around to help me remember something for later but…

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by Tony Rushin Microsoft may have gotten it right with the Surface Pro 2 – at least in one category: replacing your laptop.  Last year Microsoft introduced Windows 8, the Surface RT and the Surface Pro – all of which took off like a lead balloon.  Windows 8 was confusing and clumsy and the Surface…

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by Alisa Michael As I meet with our law firm clients, I remind them that time is drawing near to replace any computers using the Windows XP operating system.  A recent article stated that XP users are six times more likely to be hacked than those on Windows 7 and 8.  That is an astonishing…

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