By Doug Vanderbilt As a Client Manager with Network 1, I support many organizations with a majority of my clients being in the medical and financial arena.  If you know anyone in the medical industry (my lovely and smart wife, Pam, is the Coding and Compliance Manager for a large orthopaedic practice in Metro Atlanta),…

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By David Gracey For generations, scientists, politicians and Starbucks baristas have argued about which decade produced the best music.  Any reasonable person would agree that the 1980s gave birth to the best mix of pop and rock music.  Not only that, the ‘80s graced us with the mullet, parachute pants (I can still fit into…

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By Richard Stokes Staying connected to the Internet has become one of the most critical things for businesses today and yet we almost take it for granted.  Have you ever lost connectivity to the Internet in the office and thought to yourself – I might as well go home now, I’m not getting anything done.…

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by Cheryl Sklar No matter how much you think you know in Excel, there always seem to be more tips and tricks to make life with Excel just a bit easier. Here are a few quick and easy shortcuts that you’ll be happy to know – if you don’t already know them. To start you…

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by Tony Rushin I promise: this is my last Uber article… at least for a while. In July I wrote an update on Uber that focused mainly on their brief history (and fast growth), their battle with taxis, plus a creative idea for carpooling and using Uber if you need to go somewhere during your…

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