The Risks of Using End-of-Life Technology

The Risks of Using End-of-Life Technology

In the world of technology, the concept of “End of Life” is a red flag and a time to take action. Once software goes End of Life (EOL), it still works. But continuing to use end-of-life technology in your organization is risky. The smart business manager decides to act in advance of an EOL date to eliminate the dangers.

Standing Tall with Creators Update

Standing Tall with Creators Update

This past April, technology allowed us to usher in a member of the next generation—April the giraffe and her calf!  Much like in the animal kingdom, new technology is being developed and born into the digital world every day.  New technology, much like baby animals, needs time to grow and mature into their fully developed potential.

Hey Cortana!

Hey Cortana!

While the Hershey Company first introduced the unusually-named candy bar, Whatchamacallit, back in 1978, people still find themselves at a loss for words—reaching out to the plethora of information available on the internet whenever they have a question.

Office 365…Get the Sensation!

Office 365…Get the Sensation!

Most business users have grown used to Microsoft’s flagship productivity software products such as Outlook, Word and Excel; but have you checked out Office 365?

Office 365 has all the familiar software you use and love, but Microsoft has continued to enhance and add to their capabilities within the desktop software itself as well as the Office 365 online suite.

TMI…When Sharing Word Documents

TMI…When Sharing Word Documents

Do you realize that your Microsoft Word document may contain hidden and personal information that you may not want to share with others?  Confidential information is stored in the document properties or document itself (e.g., comments from reviewers, revision marks from tracked changes, details about the author, date when a document was created, headers, footers and hidden text).

When sharing electronic copies of Microsoft Word documents, it is a good idea to remove this metadata before sharing with others.