By: Tony Coughlin The traditional fax machine was a vital piece of office equipment for many years. It allowed employees to quickly transfer documents from one location to another in lieu of using the US Postal Service. Faxing, while not the most popular method in 2019, can still be considered a secure way to send documents,…

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By Tony Coughlin PDF documents are very commonly used in our world today. Most every document, contract, benefit form, etc., goes out and is returned in this form. The reason behind this is that PDFs are compatible across multiple platforms (it stands for “portable document format”), add document security, and are essentially “read-only.” The read-only…

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By Alisa Michael At the dawn of a New Year, we all make New Year resolutions – whether it is a diet, exercise program, or to de-clutter, we often commit to a resolution but rarely follow through beyond a few weeks. One resolution you should consider and continue through the year is backing up your…

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By David Gracey For years now, many people in the IT industry, including us here at Network 1, have referred to Cloud Computing as the Wild West. What we mean by this is that there are many companies out there touting their Cloud services, including large companies, such as IBM, Amazon and Google, and small…

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According to the email that they sent, Windows 8 is “Reimagined to be all about you.” Sounds to me like a fancy way to say we’re trying to keep up with the Joneses. In all seriousness, here are a couple of features Microsoft is touting to address multiple platforms (tablets, smartphone, laptop – touchscreen, desktop).…

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