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Save Time in Outlook, SimplyFile

At our last Lunch'n'Learn, we heard some great strategies to improve our productivity with Outlook.  Here's one more: 

I've been using an Outlook add-in called SimplyFile for several years and simply can't live without it.  It watches your email filing habits and learns where would typically file an email message from a particular person or with a common subject line.

I Want My MTV

So, what are some of the technical ramifications of the proliferation of video?  I’m glad you asked! We covered just the topic in our joint Lunch’n’Learn with Grey Sky Films in April. 

The faster Internet speeds available to today have fueled the explosion of new ways of using video.

Is Your Website Infected And You Don't Know It?

Tom, one of our resident virus experts, shared this article reviewing a report that Google produces.  The report summarizes the amount of websites that Google detected as compromised or actively distributing malware.  To quote the blog commentator, Daniel Cid, "What is really scary from their report is the amount of legitimate compromised sites hosting malware compared to sites developed by the bad guys for malicious purposes.

IT Radix SPAM Tip of the Month (June 2013)

What motivates people to create computer viruses?  Well, the ability to cripple a network is one motivator!
 
Computer crippling viruses are still out there but not as often as viruses mentioned in previous emails.  The reason being is that if a computer is disabled, it is no longer able to spread the virus to other computers.

Happy Chocolate Chip Cookie Day!

It’s National Chocolate Chip Day… Celebrate with a Chocolate Chip Cookie!

Did you know the Chocolate Chip Cookie was invented by accident?  

Yes, Ruth Graves Wakefield, owner of the Toll House Inn located in Whitman, Massachusetts, ran out of baker’s chocolate while baking Chocolate Cookies for her guests.