• Tuesday's Tip with Amanda: Troubleshooting Your Internet Connection

    Many internet connection issues can be resolved easily and even before you call tech support. When troubleshooting your connection, the first thing you should try that can resolve many issues is simply power cycling your modem.

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  • Experience Virtual Reality for Less than 20 Bucks

    While 2015 has not fulfilled futuristic predictions like flying cars and food re-hydrators, you can at least experience virtual reality, or VR for short, as more affordable headset kits are making their way into the hands of consumers. This week, we’ll take a look at the Google Cardboard and help you decide if it’s worth adding to your shopping cart. 

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  • Tuesday's Tip with Amanda: Share Your WINsights with Us

    Windstream would like to take this opportunity to tell you that you are a valued customer and thank you for your business. To show you we appreciate you, we want to know what you think of Windstream, what we do well and what we can do to better serve you. Join the WINsight Panel and tell us.

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  • National Cyber Security Awareness Month Week 5: Building the Next Generation of Cyber Professionals

    Our final week of National Cyber Security Awareness month concludes by emphasizing the need for properly trained cybersecurity professionals. As the NCSAM infographic describes below, the demand for cybersecurity experts is needed now more than ever as we continue to connect our vast networks.

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  • Tuesday’s Tip with Amanda: Your Evolving Digital Life

    Now, more than ever we are using the Internet on our computers, tablets and phones. Information is exchanged all the time. As technology has evolved, so has the way we use the Internet. Continuing with the theme of Cybersecurity Awareness month, I wanted to share ways you may be accessing the Internet even if you didn’t know you were. Many of these have a login to allow you to manage them.

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  • National Cyber Security Awareness Month Week 3: Connected Communities & Staying Protected Online

    For week 3 of National Cybersecurity Awareness, we’ll focus on the influence everyone has in the digital community. Whether you’re a parent, student, teacher, retired and so on, here are some questions to ask yourself anytime you go on the Internet.

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  • Tuesday’s Tip with Amanda: Creating a Culture of Cybersecurity at Work

    We use the Internet at work, at home, for enjoyment, and to connect with those close to us even if they are far away. Unfortunately, as much as we use the internet, the risk of theft, fraud, and abuse increases. These risks can threaten our finances, identity, and privacy. That is why National Cyber Security Awareness Month is in place for your informational purposes. This week, I am highlighting common threats you may see at home or at work.

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  • National Cyber Security Awareness Month Week 1: STOP. THINK. CONNECT.

    October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month. Find out a few essential tips from the STOP. THINK. CONNECT. campaign in this week's theme of shared responsibility.

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  • 3 Reasons Why You Should Sign Up to Our Quarterly Blog Emails

    We recently added an email subscription box to the Winside Track blog. Besides getting information about technology, travel and what’s happening in Windstream, here’s 3 reasons you should subscribe!

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  • Announcing Premium Speed Internet

    Here at Windstream, we are committed to innovation behind your Internet experience. That’s why we’re excited to announce that our enhanced fiber-backed network will now bring Premium Speed Internet to consumers and small businesses in over 250 markets across 16 states.

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  • Tuesday's Tip with Amanda: Microsoft Office Hints and Tricks

    Many of us Microsoft Outlook every day for email. This week, I wanted to share a few hints which may make your use Outlook a little easier.

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  • Power Down Before Bedtime

    Most everyone has a routine when it comes to settling in for bedtime. Some of us like to turn on the TV for some background noise as we drift to sleep. Others might prefer scrolling through their phone, checking emails or their Facebook newsfeed—faces lit with the electronic glow from the cell phone screen. And let’s not forget the book worms whom read a chapter or two before turning off the night lamp. Now, of these three bed routines, which one would you say you're more likely to do before getting some shut eye? If you look at your phone or watch some TV before bed, you’re not alone. It turns out, 95 percent of people use electronics within the same hour of going to bed. Here are a few facts you should know about how technology can affect your sleep pattern.

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