By Richard Stokes Have you ever wanted to send the same email to a handful of people, yet still personalize a few things, like their name and some specific parts of a sentence? When I wanted to do this, I would send the first email, dig it up from my sent items folder, highlight and…

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By Tony Coughlin Are you one of those people who is always looking to improve yourself? Maybe you want to hone your job skills to ensure that big promotion. Maybe you want to learn a new skill to take on a big project at home. Lynda is here to make sure you are equipped to…

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By Richard Stokes Microsoft Outlook is the most popular email application in use and, for most people, it’s difficult to keep their mailbox tidy.  The unfortunate consequence of that (and I’m just as guilty as anyone) is that the larger your mailbox gets, the slower the application gets, which can be frustrating.  There are lots…

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by Alisa Michael This is my first Tuesday Tip (I joined the team last Tuesday), so you might have to bear with me!  I have heard that in past blogs Google sometimes gets a “bad wrap.”  While I would never argue with those with more technical knowledge, I do know something that Google does well: …

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by David Gracey The information technology infrastructure at the Gracey household is fairly basic.  Even though I run a technology company where we provide leading edge solutions to our law firm, medical practice and financial services clients, the technology needs of the Gracey home are nominal.   I’ve designed the infrastructure as simple as possible to…

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