By David Gracey   Security Hole in Home Firewalls Many of us install a router or firewall for our home. I don’t trust the pathetic level of security provided by a cable modem and neither should you. Having a router/firewall in addition to the cable modem goes a long way towards securing your home network.…

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By Richard Stokes Just when I think I’ve got everything worked out on the iPhone, I discover something else that’s of interest and value to me. This time, it turns out the “new” find has been right in front of me since September 2014, when Apple first released the Health app. Now, before we go…

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by Cheryl Sklar Last month my daughter, Hillary, asked me to look over an essay she had written for one of her classes. It inspired me (thanks, Hillary!) to look more deeply into this app because while we all know that we shouldn’t text and drive, it’s often harder than you would expect for those…

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by Tony Rushin Depending on which statistics you believe, something like 45% of Americans make New Year’s resolutions. That sounds about right to me since some years I make resolutions (here’s my last, in 2013) and some years I don’t. Independent of New Year’s resolutions, I’m a big goal-setter. On my sales team we take…

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