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Tuesday Tip: Brave – A More Security and Privacy Conscious Web Browsing Experience

By Richard Stokes Ever since Google Chrome came out, I’ve been a huge fan (I still am). This past week, however, one of our engineers was talking about a newer Web-Browser called “Brave” that he’s been using for the past six months and how much he likes it. The four things that appeal to him…
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Tuesday Tip: Control, ALT, Delete that Wasted Time

By: Chase Petersen Before entering into the business world most of my computer experience was gained through school assignments; typing papers and the occasional excel assignment, so I did not have much use for keyboard shortcuts.  Now, working on a computer for multiple different tasks, creates variety and a need for shortcuts to increase productivity. …
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Tuesday Tip: Send Calendar Invites Using iPhone’s Calendar App

By:  Lexi Jackson Last week, I had lunch with an old friend. We were catching up because we haven’t spoken in years. In the conversation, she mentions that her and her Fiance share a calendar. She told me that he sends her an invite whenever he wants to do something special for her. This gave…
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Tuesday Tip: Turo

by Tony Rushin My car was in the body shop way too long and my insurance coverage for a rental car ran out. I was looking for a less-expensive alternative for temporary transportation when I remembered Turo. Turo is basically Airbnb or VRBO for cars. From the Turo website: “Skip the rental counter: Discover the…
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Black Screen on the iPhone X

By Kristen Evangelista A few weeks ago, I was driving to work, listening to music on my phone. I walked into the office and by the time I got to my desk, my phone appeared to be dead and all I had was a black screen. I thought this was odd since it was charging…
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Windows 10 Multiple Desktops

By Kevin Jackman Anyone who has multiple monitors will tell you that it is a life saver when it comes to efficiency. However, many people may not have 2 or 3 monitors to expand their workload. Talking to one of our engineers, Michael Saba, I learned a neat Windows 10 trick that allows you to…
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Tuesday Tip: Blocking Robocalls from ringing your iPhone with iOS13

By Richard Stokes Despite efforts from the FCC it seems to me that the number of RoboCallers getting through to my mobile phone is going up. I’m sure you’ve had a similar experience, your phone rings, it’s a number that you don’t quite recognize yet you choose to answer it and 9 times out of…
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Tuesday Tip: Save time with a Right Click

By: Nicole Wheatley  Looking for more ways to increase productivity? It’s been a mouse click away this entire time. If you are using a Windows PC, you can right click many things for quicker access. For instance, if you right click on an icon you have saved to your task bar, it will give you…
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Tuesday Tip: No Shame in Using Tutorial Videos

By: Chase Petersen Work-life balance is important to your health and happiness; if you are anything like me, most of your free time is spent on a sport or activity that involves competition.  Tennis and golf have been my main focuses lately, but the problem is that I have just enough time to play once…
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Tuesday Tip – Browsing Incognito Can Save You Money

By:  Lexi Jackson Ever wonder why after you keep eyeing a concert or plane ticket, the price goes up? Websites tend to keep track of the amount of traffic on their website.  Monitoring their traffic allows them to see what items are getting the most attention. This means that they’re noticing certain IP addresses constantly…
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