June 15, 2021
Tesla Stops Accepting Bitcoin As Payment For Its Cars

What happened? On February 8th, 2021, Elon Musk’s automotive company Tesla announced it had purchased $1.5 billion in Bitcoin. They also announced they were going to start accepting bitcoin as payment for its products. This news had caused the price of bitcoin to rise up 20% on the day of the announcement. Fast forward three […]

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June 8, 2020
TB How To: Sharing from Sharepoint or OneDrive

In this TB How To, Mike shows you how to share a folder from Sharepoint or OneDrive, which can be useful for file-sharing within your company or when you're working with outside collaborators. Check out the video in this post!

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April 9, 2020
4 Business Technologies to Watch in 2020

The start of 2020 means that the expansion and development of technologies that can benefit your business are just around the corner. Why treat your business tech like its stuck in the previous decade? Keeping on top of upcoming tech trends will help you determine which ones will have an impact on your company and […]

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July 9, 2019
5 Ways to Help Your Electronics Beat the Heat This Summer

Summer is finally here! School’s out, days are long, and memories are being made (and stored on your phone’s Camera Roll). But as the days get warmer, it’s important to the working condition of your computers, phones, and other portable electronic devices that they remain as cool as you feel after a dip in the […]

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February 18, 2019
Have you gotten any of these spam emails?

Here are the five most common types of spam emails you'll see. Do you know how to spot them and protect yourself?

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January 25, 2018
Winterize Your Laptop, Save Your Computer!

There are a lot of things we do to prepare for winter: we buy snow tires for our cars, start wearing heavier coats, and make sure the outside of our houses are adequately prepared for the months of cold and snow. But do you think about your laptop? If you don't, it could cost you!

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January 12, 2018
“Windows Tech Support” calling? Watch out!

Someone calling you might claim they’d like to help you fix a problem, but they’re likely just after your personal information. Here’s a conversation I had with one- and the questions I asked that stopped him in his tracks.

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