Low on Data?  Save Articles to Read Offline with Google Chrome

Running low on data or headed to an area with no internet connection?  Learn how to quickly and easily download articles for offline reading.   While much of the country has fast and easy internet access, there are still pockets where connectivity is a challenge.  If you’re headed into one of those spots with low […]

Working Faster and Better in Microsoft Excel

Microsoft Excel is a powerful tool, and using a few shortcuts and tips can make your work move faster.  Today we’ll look at a few Excel tools to improve your experience in working with data. Microsoft Excel is a powerful tool for analyzing data, and using a few shortcuts and tips can make your work […]

New OS 10.13 High Sierra Drops Office for Mac 2011 Support  

Mac users of Microsoft Office 2011 may be in for a nasty shock after upgrading to High Sierra, as Microsoft has announced that it’s no longer supported.  Even Office 2016 users may encounter difficulties.  It may be no surprise that when you Google “MS Office for Mac”, that the majority of the results returned are […]

How Much Do Multiple Monitors Boost Productivity?  

While some feel more isn’t always better, it actually is when it comes to monitors.  Some feel that paying for multiple monitors for employees is just a waste of space and money.  That’s a myth.  According to the report in the NY Times by a Jon Peddie Research survey, multiple monitors can increase productivity by […]

Apple and Windows Skip Version 9 — What’s the Story? 

The iPhone X was announced a few short weeks ago, but why do major manufacturers skip release numbers? Turns out, there’s a great reason.   Apple recently held their annual release party while the world watched and waited to see what new wonders were in store. When the dust settled, there was a fair amount […]

A Bug in the Apple?  

High Sierra’s Password Theft Vulnerability Learn how a macOS update named High Sierra can leave your passwords vulnerable to theft.  As this tech giant usually does before a new release, Apple generated massive excitement over High Sierra. This free upgrade for macOS includes an extra two gigs of memory and plenty of new or updated […]

Apple’s iPhone X— Is It Worth the High Price?

The annual launch of the new iPhone lineup is here, and the inclusion of iPhone X may seem a bit confusing. Learn why Apple may have chosen to use this unique name for its newest iPhone.   It’s no longer a secret. Since a leak just days before the official release, people have known this […]

Did You Know the Equifax Hack Hit 100,000 Canadians?

Are you one of them?  If so, what should you do?   Addresses, social insurance numbers, and credit card details were compromised in the massive Equifax hack that hit 143 million Americans, and now we’ve learned 100,000 Canadians. While 100,000 Canadian victims compared to the143 million Americans, seems quite small, if you’re one of the […]

Don’t Get Tripped Up by The Cloud’s Pitfalls  

Many businesses rely on cloud computing to support strategic innovation and cost-control requirements. But if you do, it’s essential that you find the right partner to walk you through the potential pitfalls. I realize that cloud computing is all the rage in business today, with flexibility and scalability being two of the most-touted benefits. However, […]

Apple Brings Augmented Reality to Life.  

Augmented reality was previously in the realm of science fiction –But, no more! The upcoming iPhone 8 release is expected to bring this to life for Apple lovers everywhere. In what’s rumored to be one of the biggest technology releases in quite some time, Apple is gearing up to launch their tenth-anniversary iPhone— And, technology […]