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Business-Grade Recommended Desktops and Laptops

If you’ve been following along, our last article discussed the sad news about Windows 7 going end of life. Today, we are providing some hand-picked selections of units that we recommend, with a price range, so that you can have an idea of hardware pricing. Here’s a couple blanket requirements that each of these units…
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Goodbye Windows 7

Its time to say goodbye to an old friend. It has been a friend that all of us have had for the past 10 years. It rescued all of us from Vista – and we are eternally grateful for that. Yes, I’m talking about Windows 7. Regardless of how much we have liked Windows 7,…
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Laptop Buying Guide, Part 2

If you’ve worked on those Ps & Qs we gave you in Part 1 of this blog series, you should have a good understanding of the way you want to use your laptop and a ballpark idea about how much you’re willing to spend. (If you haven’t seen it yet, you’ll want to check out…
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Laptop Buying Guide, Part 1 

Is a new laptop on your wish list this holiday?  Mind your Ps and Qs, and Santa just might deliver what you ask for.  Shopping for a laptop can be stressful. With so many models, features, and deals available, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed by all the choices out there. Fortunately, we have some tips to…
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Want happier, more productive employees?

Want happier, more productive employees? Give them sharp tools and let them run. No, we’re not talking about handing out scissors and turning them loose on the playground. (That’s dangerous and should never be allowed.) We’re talking about giving them tools like Microsoft’s Office 365 for Business. This suite of cloud-based productivity applications is pretty…
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Online Backups

You Need Two Kinds of Backup Disasters happen, files get deleted, people screw up. It happens all the time and we hear about these events and help out regularly. The question is, what kind of backups should a person who cares about their data be keeping. There are really two basic kinds: Onsite Backups –…
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