by Cheryl Sklar With summer fast approaching and kids getting out of school, let the road trips begin. Here are a couple of really good road trip apps that will help you along in your fun – and safe, we hope – journeys. iExit One of my friends recently told me about an app that…

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by Tony Rushin My daughter, Hannah – now 24 years old and engaged to be married – has inspired two Tuesday Tips I’ve written in the past: ¿Dónde está el Baño? and Quickly Recover Closed Browser Tabs. Here’s #3. I introduced Hannah to the wonderful world of Waze, the crowd-sourced driving app, back in early…

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By Alisa Michael The FBI sent out a warning last month about email scams to conduct CEO fraud. Jeremy Pritchard of State Bank & Trust recently spoke of this at a meeting I attended. The estimate is that these scams have cost companies more than $2.3 billion in the past three years. The attacker sends…

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Network 1 team members had a fantastic night with other sponsors and community members at the True Blue Do on May 7th. This annual event held by the Center for the Visually Impaired took place at Mason Fine Art and included a host of entertaining activities. Guests enjoyed games, art experiences, auctions, refreshments and a…

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by Richard Stokes Remember the old adage: “If a customer has a negative experience they are 10 times more likely to tell others about it than if they’ve had a positive experience.” Even if you don’t remember the number being ‘10x’ you probably remember the point. I consider myself to be an optimist; unfortunately, human…

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New technologies are rapidly changing the way individuals interact with the world and the level of access they have to data. One of the hottest trends is the explosion in wearable technology, tools like FitBits and Apple Watches that can be attached to the body and then forgotten. Without active handling or management, wearables stay…

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By Kate Viebrock I keep a lot of important information in my Notes app on my iPhone. I was thinking the other day if someone got ahold of my iPhone, there is a lot of private information on the Notes app that I wouldn’t want strangers to have access to. I always figure that having…

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By Erin Kowtko Do you find yourself using the same Excel sheets or Word documents day in and day out? If you are anything like me, you have too many senior moments to count and you forget where the documents are located on your computer. Want to eliminate a few steps, save valuable time and…

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