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The Basics: Passwords by Kate Pace We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again, and again, and again. Choose complex passwords, that vary across your critical accounts, and change them at least annually. Take a minute to think about the passwords you use for your financial logins, your email, and your work accounts. How many of them are similar? How many of them have changed in the past 6 months? How many of you keep a little black book to log all the cryptic revisions to your family’s account passwords over the years? Based on what we know today, it’s due time for theRead More →

The Basics: Passwords

by Kate Pace We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again, and again, and again. Choose complex passwords, that vary across your critical accounts, and change them at least annually. Take a minute to think about the passwords you use for your financial logins, your email, and your work accounts. How many of them are similar? How many of them have changed in the past 6 months? How many of you keep a little black book to log all the cryptic revisions to your family’s account passwords over the years? Based on what we know today, it’s due time for the mindset surrounding passwordRead More →

Three trends transforming the modern workplace

used with permission from Microsoft in Business Blog Advances in technology and shifting workforce demographics are creating a more fluid work environment, redefining what productivity looks like, and empowering individuals to work smarter. With an influx of new talent that values experiences, continued learning, and collaboration over financial compensation, leadership will have to take a forward-looking approach to restructuring the workplace landscape. Innovative technologies can help all organizations respond to workplace trends and create dynamic environments that incentivize and empower the next generation of employees. Encouraging and accommodating remote workers In the modern workforce, out of sight doesn’t mean out of mind. Modern businesses areRead More →

What Are Cookies

used with permission from Norton by Symantec Mention “cookies” and most people expect a chocolate chip treat to appear. When talking about computers, however, cookies aren’t on the dropdown menu. In fact, they’re not even physical objects. Yet they do a great deal of the work that makes it more convenient for you to browse the Internet — and they can be troublesome if you don’t know how to clear or delete cookies. Meet the computer cookie A computer “cookie” is more formally known as an HTTP cookie, a web cookie, an Internet cookie or a browser cookie. The name is a shorter version ofRead More →

Insert Video In Powerpoint

Do you have a video file that you’d like to include in your PowerPoint presentation? You can link to a YouTube video or exit your presentation to open up a file somewhere else… or you could embed a video file that’s in the presentation itself! So if you have video file on hand, here’s how you insert it and get it to automatically play. And you don’t have to bring the separate video file with you. We’ll start with a blank slide in PowerPoint. Insert a Video into a Blank Textbox In a new slide, with a blank text box, you will see icons inRead More →