by Tony Rushin We all know that using strong passwords is much more secure than using weak passwords.  We also know that exercising for 30 minutes every day is optimal for better health.  However, knowing something is good for you and doing it are two very different things (see “exercise” above). The strength of a…

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By Alisa Michael Not long ago, I signed up for the TSA (Transportation Security Administration) PreCheck program and was sharing the benefits with a firm administrator at an AALA event recently.  She suggested that I write a Tuesday Tip about it because everyone would like to be able to save time at the airport. Let’s…

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By David Gracey There has been a lot of news coverage recently on the latest bug discovered in the cyber world.  We know it’s big if such a security hole is discussed on mainstream local and national news.  Based on the amount of coverage recently, chances are very high that you’ve heard of the HeartBleed…

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By Richard Stokes You look down at your iPhone and see that it’s got 19% battery left; a bead of sweat appears on your brow.  You’ve got a 20 minute car ride to your next appointment and you know full well that you’re going to need your phone for the rest of the afternoon.  A…

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