Archive for March 2015

Virtually Down the Hall

Almost all Voice over IP (VoIP) telephone systems support remote extensions. Your company’s live receptionist (or automated attendant) can transfer an incoming call to your extension, no matter where in the world that it’s located. And you can have a group of phones set up to ring simultaneously – as your extension rings, the call…

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Mac Infections, Too?!

Most people think that a Mac will not become infected with a virus, trojan, malware or adware. Unfortunately, this is not true. I’ve recently had to treat two Mac infected computers in as many weeks.  

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Free 1-On-1 Live Training

From the very basics of Microsoft Windows (or Mac) and MS Office to the advanced setup options within Office 365 and its many components, I am offering a free 30-minute live training session to consumers, independent business reps, office managers and decision makers. Your own questions determine the agenda. ┬áThis is your private Q&A session.…

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Backup and Disastery Recovery

In my mind, backing up is a thing of the past. If you set up your systems right, then it’s all backed up inherently. The traditional concept of backing up is to copy files from your computer(s) to another physical drive on the premises. ┬áThat’s fine until the local hoodlum or catastrophic storm runs down…

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