By: Courtney Rose Summer officially began on 6/21, and hopefully, you’re spending time relaxing by the water enjoying the weather. Typically, people like to have a book to read during their vacation, so if you’re in search of a great audiobook or digital book to lounge and listen (or read), you should first try your…

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By: Chase Petersen Just the other week I was at my sister’s college graduation where the keynote speaker went on a tangent about the overuse of cell phone and social media.  While in the middle of this rant about how important it is to put the phone down and be present in the moment, the…

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by Tony Rushin I am not an Excel power user. However, I do use it on a regular basis every week to export information, reformat a report, and do some analysis. I’ve been using it for 30+ years so I definitely have my Excel habits; but, I’ve been making an effort to learn some of…

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By Kristen Evangelista It was my daughter’s birthday and she wanted to go to her favorite roller-skating rink with some friends. She asked if she could bring some money and I gave her permission. When we got there, she pulled out a large roll of cash to use and I immediately went into safety mode.…

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By: Courtney Rose On January 14, 2020 Windows 7 will no longer be supported by Microsoft, which means no more free security updates and technical support for the operating system. What that will mean for you is a less secure environment, and a means for viruses and malware to exploit your system. Microsoft has started…

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