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Our Clients Say It Best

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Rate UsWe always like to say we can toot our own horn all we want, but our clients say it best. Our testimonials page is full of great quotes from clients (and email if you'd like to be included on that page). That being said, we'd always like to hear from you on any of our social profiles as well:

If you review us, let us know where and we'll happily do the same for your business if you'd like!

We've been doing this for over 22 years, and we are glad to have a bunch of great clients to work with. Thank you all!

Save Your Fingers In Outlook using Quick Parts

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Outlook LogoDo you have a chunk of text you type quite a bit in Outlook that you’d rather not have to retype all the time or copy and paste it from a previous email? Save yourself a bunch of time by using Quick Parts.

Tagged in: Microsoft Outlook Tips

windows 7 logoWe announced a couple months ago that Microsoft is going to require computer manufacturers to bundle only Windows 10 with computers after September, making Windows 7 all but unavailable. Dell has recently announced that they’re going to extend a downgrade option to Windows 7 or 8.1 Professional edition for another year, but are going to charge an additional fee for it (likely via a Microsoft volume license agreement of some sort). They also have firmed up the date: They’ll kick this in after October 31, 2016.

We are not sure how much the additional fee will be, but we’d recommend that if you’re shopping for a business computer and need Windows 7, you do so now to avoid the headache. And be sure to follow the tips in our article: Things to Consider When Buying a Computer for your Business

healthcareitOregon Health & Science University (OHSU) had a data breach in 2013 that resulted in a recently-assessed $2.7 million HIPAA violation settlement. The sad thing was, they knew they had these problem (as they had run several risk analyses that showed issues), but didn’t take measures to fix them. While OHSU is a large teaching hospital, the lessons learned here are lessons that apply to any business of any size – medical or otherwise -- that has access to electronic protected health information (ePHI). Read on for a few things that OHSU could have done to help prevent this from happening.

PowerPoint LogoPowerPoint is easy to use to make presentations. Its ease of use and easy ability to choose built-in color schemes and templates make it so that you’ll see a lot of the same cookie-cutter PowerPoint templates. PowerPoint 2016 has some new features to make your presentation stand out.