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  • Read It Later Apps: Save the Day When You're On the Go

    You know that flustered feeling you get when you wake up ten minutes before you have to go to work (every day for some of us) and barely have time to grab a granola bar before rushing out the door? Don’t you wish you had a little time to sit down with your coffee and read the newspaper or scroll through an interesting article on your favorite news site? Nowadays, it seems like there is little time for people to “stop and smell the roses”. Thankfully, with the changing pace of your life, there always seems to be “an app for that”. Now, you can save that interesting article that caught your eye while you were scrambling to find your left shoe this morning by way of “Read It Later” apps. Read more >>

  • Quick Tips for Managing Multiple Passwords

    As Internet threats continue to evolve, it’s becoming extremely important to make sure you protect yourself online. The first line of defense: passwords. Having a strong, hard-to-crack password is key to keeping the Internet thieves at bay. It is recommended to never have the same password or login details for any two sites, and you need to make sure your passwords aren’t something familiar enough to you that a hacker could easily figure it out. While these are important steps to take, you may end up with multiple passwords for different sites, which can be difficult to manage. Below are some tips for managing multiple passwords and keeping your information secure. Read more >>

  • Who Will Take Home the Globe? 2015 Golden Globe Predictions

    The 2015 Golden Globes, hosted (once again) by Amy Poehler and Tina Fey (the always entertaining comedy duo), are this Sunday and the competition is sure to be fierce. We’ve got a wonderful selection of predictions to kick off this year’s awards season. We are only covering some of the categories from Film and Television. For a full list of this year’s nominees, click here. Read more >>

  • Tuesday's Tip with Amanda: Protect Your Electronics

    In previous installments of “Tuesday’s Tip”, we have talked about making sure your computers and laptops are secure and protected. Have you thought about your televisions and gaming systems? Read more >>

  • New Year, New You: Tips to Prepare and Keep the Resolutions You Make

    For 2014, the top three New Year’s resolutions were to lose weight, get organized, and spend less money. Everyone wants to start fresh on January 1st and hit the ground running to become a better version of ourselves by this time next year. Unfortunately, most of us lose our way at some point in the year and the resolution becomes a distant memory. There are steps you can take to keep your resolution alive throughout the year and make 2015 one for the records. Check out these six tips for making resolutions and keeping them. Read more >>

  • Post-Holiday Tips with Amanda: Get Your New Device(s) Set Up Online

    Welcome back! We hope you had a great holiday. If you haven’t already, you are probably ready to kick back with your new laptop or tablet and get it set up. This week, we wanted to share some helpful hints to get your devices online and ready to go. Read more >>

  • Tuesday's Tip with Amanda: Last Minute Gift Giving Ideas

    So you’re invited to a holiday party and need a holiday host/hostess gift? Here are some last minute ideas that you can do now for any occasion you’re invited to. Read more >>

  • New Devices Need Protection

    Since your holiday gifts might include a shiny new smartphone, tablet, or computer, make the jolly elf happy and protect it. The number of online threats continues to grow, and so does the way in which those threats can reach you and your family. Believe it or not, devices are targeted by criminals just like computers and a prime time for them to be lurking is right after the holidays. If your new devices aren’t protected, they are automatically more vulnerable to a number of malicious threats. A comprehensive security solution that protects your devices (like your tables and smartphones) as well as your computer is needed to keep you safe. Read more >>

  • Keep Your Home Safe This Holiday Season

    The holidays are a time for giving and celebrating with family and friends. Unfortunately, it’s also a prime time for home burglaries. Thieves know that homes are piled with gifts (often in one place – under the tree). According to the FBI, more than 400,000 burglaries are reported each holiday season. Follow these tips to help protect your family and belongings this holiday season. Read more >>

  • Holiday Gifts for Everyone: Part 2

    Part 1 of our Holiday Gift Guide covered gifts for the outdoor and sports enthusiasts in your life. Part 2 will cover everyone in between. Everyone starts off the holiday season with the good intent of making sure everyone receives a gift of love. It is what makes this a stressful time of year as well as a joyous one. That is why we have come up with a Gift Guide to ease the difficulties and frustrations of holiday shopping. Continue on for Part 2 of our Holiday Gift Guide. Read more >>

  • Tuesday's Tip with Amanda: Back to the Basics

    Life is busy. We are all looking for ways make daily tasks go faster. This includes the time you spend on the computer or online. So this week, I thought I’d share a few quick tips which may help make things a little easier. Read more >>

  • Holiday Gifts for Everyone: Part 1

    Shopping for the holidays can be the most difficult time of year for some. No matter how well you plan for the holidays, there will always be a few people on your list that you struggle to find the perfect gift for. In order to ease the stress of shopping for your loved ones, we have created a two-part series that will serve as a “Gift Guide” for you. Read on for part one and check back soon for the part two for tips to check every name off your holiday shopping list this year! Read more >>