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  • Fun Facts about St. Patrick’s Day

    Parades, parties and the color green. St. Patrick’s Day is celebrated in quite a few places around the world but how much do you really know about the holiday? Below are a few facts you may or may not know about St. Patrick’s Day. Read more >>

  • Introducing New Security Packages to Keep You Protected

    The age of information has brought us a time of information sharing, storing and communication never before experienced, but with it brings many new headaches and threats. With careful consideration Windstream has worked to put together a line of security products that can match anything on the market and meet all of your needs as a customer. Read more >>

  • Tuesday’s Tip with Amanda: Customizing Your Dish Network Channel Guide

    The Dish Network channel guide is a handy tool which helps you see what shows are on your favorite channels and saves you time. You don’t have to scroll through each channel to see what is on. Are you using the channel guide to its fullest potential? Read more >>

  • What to Do When the Worst Happens: How to Recover After a Computer Crash

    The inevitable has happened. Your computer is done. It’s crashed and you have no clue where to start. Is there an option for recovery? Should you take it in to the nearest Geek Squad to repair it? Is repairing it going to cost more than buying a new one? Fortunately, there are a few options for recovering data you may lose in a computer crash. Read more >>

  • Why Should I Use the Cloud? Benefits of Cloud Storage

    Everyone is all about "The Cloud" nowadays. But a lot of people don't realize the full potential of storing your valuable information using online storage services or "The Cloud". Read on for a few benefits of using online storage. Read more >>

  • And the Oscar Goes To…2015 Academy Award Predictions

    The 87th Academy Awards occurs this Sunday, and we cannot wait to see how the competition turns out. This year, we have biopics, original stories and innovative uses of film decorating the Best Picture category. Read on for our predictions for the biggest night for movies! Read more >>

  • Tuesday’s Tip with Amanda: Get an accurate Internet speed test result.

    Sometimes when troubleshooting your internet connection at home you may run a speed test to see what your internet connection speed is. Are you getting the accurate results? With this week’s tip, I wanted to share a few hints on how to make sure you are getting the correct information. Read more >>

  • A Few Fun Facts You May or May Not Know about Valentine’s Day

    The holiday dedicated to love is in a couple of days and you may be scrambling to find a gift or a card for your special someone. Some of you might attempt to make a reservation at a fancy restaurant or will plan a romantic evening at home. In order to take your mind off of preparations, here are a few facts about Valentine’s Day that you may or may not know. Read more >>

  • The Importance of Backing Up Your Hard Drive

    In this day and age, technology is becoming the lifeblood of most daily functions. It’s rare to find someone who doesn't require use of a laptop or desktop computer to complete daily tasks for their jobs or personal life. Despite the growing importance of computers in our daily lives, people are constantly overlooking one of the most crucial maintenance functions of your computer – backing up the hard drive. Read more >>

  • Make Your Passwords Tough to Crack

    Doesn’t it feel like problems only arise after normal business hours? It’s almost as if technical issues won’t arise unless it’s 9 p.m. (after everyone has gone home for the evening) or 5 a.m. (when people haven’t arrived to work). Passwords are becoming more important as Internet hackers continue to find advanced ways to steal your information. Even large corporations are in danger of having their password databases hacked by virtual thieves. Making your password hard to crack is not only a requirement for the majority of online tools you use, but is also a good way to make sure your information stays safe. Read on for some tips on creating strong, tough-to-crack passwords. Read more >>

  • Tuesday's Tip with Amanda: Updates on Social Network Safety

    Social Media is a great way to keep in touch with friends and family. This week’s edition of Tuesday’s Tip, I wanted to review some ways to keep you and your family safe online. Password Security: When you set up your social media account, one of the first things you are asked for is a password. Having a strong password is a fairly easy first step. Using special characters such as the dollar sign ($) as well as capital and/or lower case letters makes it less likely someone is able to access your account without your knowledge. Read more >>

  • Are You Protected? The Importance of Firewalls

    Long gone are the days where you could simply power up your computer and go about your business. “Bad guys” are lurking at every virtual corner in wait for you to make a mistake. All it takes is one weakness in your computer’s defense and everything private has the potential to become public or get stolen. One of the most basic defenses (and one of the strongest) is your firewall. According to the NCSA Cyber Security Survey, only 4% of Americans say they understand firewalls “completely” and more than four out of ten Americans (44%) don’t understand how firewalls work. Read on for a little knowledge regarding firewalls and why you need to make sure yours is enabled. Read more >>