By: Courtney Rose   Have you ever needed to explain how to do something to someone on their computer, but couldn’t coordinate a time to do a screenshare, or meet in person? With remote work being the new normal, it’s likely becoming a more common problem. I recently needed to explain how to make a…

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By Richard Stokes You’ve probably noticed that more and more websites are asking you to accept their cookies before you can browse their website. Why is this and should you accept or deny them? First of all – a website cookie is simply a file that gets stored on your computer when you visit a…

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By: Courtney Rose I’m often reading something on my smartphone and would rather be reading it on my laptop or don’t have time to read it in that moment and want to revisit it later. I recently discovered Pocket which allows you to save a URL so you don’t need to leave a tab open…

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By Richard Stokes   Here’s another Microsoft Teams Tip for those that are using it more frequently for conferencing, messaging and collaboration. Credit to one of my engineers, Nick Giunta, for figuring this one out. Teams has the ability to open up a new window whenever you are engaged in a call or a meeting so…

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By Richard Stokes By now most are using a conferencing tool on a regular basis. We use Microsoft Teams, commonly referred to as ‘Teams’, since it’s part of our O365 subscription. Outside of the conference call component, we use its Instant Messenger or chat feature on a daily basis to communicate quickly between employees and…

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