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. However, 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.

Life on the Edge: Reading List

Life on the Edge: Reading List

An easy way to organize web surfing finds is with a Reading List that is now front and center in Microsoft Edge! A Reading List saves articles so that you can read them later at your convenience. You can even sync your Reading List to other Windows 10 devices by logging into your Microsoft account.

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.

Colorful Web Notes

Colorful Web Notes

Windows 10’s new browser, Microsoft Edge, can be just as colorful as Willy Wonka’s Everlasting Gobstoppers which are composed of several layers of brightly colored, sweet candy shells!  In fact, it is the first web browser that allows you to add notes to webpages!

You’ve heard it said that “a picture is worth a thousand words.

Take a Swing at IT Frustration

Take a Swing at IT Frustration

When your computer or smartphone doesn’t respond as expected, it’s frustrating. A recent study of workplace and academic computer users showed high levels of frustration and time loss with just daily computer activities. So, when an interaction with a computer or an application turns sour, it’s easy to understand the desire to reach for that baseball bat!

However, there are better ways to approach your relationship with computers.

Embracing Change

Change is good! We’ve all heard this, but there might be a hint of skepticism out there. After all, we’re all human, and our human nature tends to prefer what’s familiar to us. I mean, what’s the point of changing if “IT’s” working for us?

To quote an early American Politician, Adlai E. Stevenson, “Change is inevitable.