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Do you take tech-gear with you when you camp?

I saw this article in the WSJ and my first thought was, "If I'm going camping, I want to get 'away' from all my gadgets!". But as a dad with 5 sons, 4 of whom are still 'at home', I wondered, "Which would I rather have, camping with kids and gadgets or no camping at

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Protected: Primary Healthcare Centers Email Migration April 2016

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Is Apple’s watch good for your health?

Is Apple's watch good for your health? Maybe. The watch reminds you of your activity, exercise and stand-up goals for the day.  However, it may not cure your life-long struggles with being late.   "The Apple Watch has been the most helpful to me as a plain, old regular watch, though I’ve now proven that even

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Windows 10 FREE…if…

Microsoft will be implementing an interesting new strategy with regard to rolling out a new operating system. For computer users who have a computer running Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 8.1, Windows 10 will be free for the first year. You can read the details here.

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A bald-headed man and a red-headed woman

Marketing! Good marketing, bad marketing, anything is better than no marketing. Right? Well, as a business owner I operate daily with the understanding that marketing is vital. But, being human I have to admit that, as a recipient of marketing, I'm not sure I 100% agree with the assessment that all marketing is worth the

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Managing Mobile Devices…A Picture Is Worth?

As if the information technology/business world didn't have enough acronymns, we are now bombarded daily with BYOD and MMD.  The latter should not be confused with WMD and the former looks way too much like BYOB but be that as it may, these two new terms are now on the radar.   BYOD = Bring Your

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Which comes first, feelings or results?

When Ken Blanchard wrote (with Spencer Johnson) the now famous One Minute Manager, he said, "People who feel good about themselves produce good results."   Later, when writing Putting the One Minute Manager to Work, (with Robert Lorber) he changed course and reversed the sentiment saying, "People who produce good results feel good about themselves." I

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NCITE closing retail store and computer repair shop…

  From: VisionTech, LLC dba NCITE Date: 2/12/2013 Re: Discontinuation of consumer-related product and service offerings.   For Immediate Release: In an effort to adapt to permanent changes in the Information Technology service space, NCITE is discontinuing all consumer-related product and service offerings.  After February 28, 2013 NCITE will no longer be operating its retail

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Windows 8 Myths

Here's a great list of Windows 8 Myths from Michael Otey over at WindowsITPros. 1) You might as well get used to Windows 8 because it’s inevitable. Windows 8 is most certainly not any more inevitable than Windows Vista was. Like Windows Vista, Windows 8 is off to a slow start. But I expect that

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