By David Gracey My wife, Louise, and I were at dinner recently with two other couples when, somehow, the topic of keeping up with appointments arose. I, in my IT-smugness (and after having consumed one fruity cocktail and two glasses of wine), made the comment that Louise still uses one of those old-school paper calendars…

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By Richard Stokes I recently upgraded to Office 2016, I didn’t want to, but then again I do work for an IT company so I ought to at least be using the latest tech stuff, right? Around here we call that: “eating our own dog food.” I initially wondered about major differences compared to the…

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By Kate Viebrock One of the most exciting things about the world of information technology is its rapid rate of change. The result is a constant flow of new products and abilities that can deliver incredible benefits to your business and your clients. With all that change, however, also comes a big challenge: keeping up…

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by Cheryl Sklar Home Wi-Fi: While working from home the other day, I was not able to remotely connect to the office network like I normally do. I called in to our awesome Support Desk and one of our great desktop engineers, Andrew Powell, called me back right away to help solve my problem. After…

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by Tony Rushin High achievers focus on leveraging their strengths and making them even stronger, rather than shoring up their weaknesses. Sure, weaknesses need to be improved to minimum levels but they’ll never get turned into strengths. Leveraging strengths – areas where you already exhibit talent and passion – through focus and practice can lead…

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