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Happy New Year From Weston!

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As we bid adieu to 2017 and jump into 2018, we'd like to look back on the year at Weston. Specifically, we want to look back at what we have done at Weston, but also what you have done as readers of this newsletter and link back to the most read content of the past year. New Year's technology resolutions of the past still apply as good practice. The 2016 and 2015's year end wrap-ups are still both worth a read as well.

We accomplished a lot this year, thanks to you, our wonderful customers. But our biggest accomplishment, in our mind, is the large impact we've made in the communities we serve. We've paid out nearly $30,000 (at last count) to lots of great non-profit organizations and continue to provide our time and expertise whenever we can. This is much more than we were able to contribute last year. Our core purpose is to better the lives of others. We try to do that in many ways, but donating our time and money to these organizations is something we're quite proud of. 

In 2017, we also debuted new customer feedback options (and bribed you with doughnuts), setup online payment options, hired a new guy (and have an even newer guy who just started whose profile you'll be getting soon), garnered some more certifications, debuted WestonSecureMobile and even survived an eclipse.

We hope this newsletter has been a valuable resource to you and please email us if there is any particular type of content you'd like to see. We ran the numbers and some reports to see what people are reading in this newsletter and on our blog. These 28 individual articles from the last year were the most popular based on newsletter clicks and post views, so you can revisit them again or read them for the first time if you missed them when we mentioned them before:

Thanks for supporting us and our goals this last year, and we look forward to working with you in 2018!

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Giving Thanks on #GivingTuesday

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Our company’s core purpose is “to better the lives of others”. One of the ways we do so is we set aside a portion of our net income to charities we support. So far this year, we’ve given over $21,000 to great causes. In the Spirit of Thanksgiving and with today being Giving Tuesday, we’d like to take a quick moment to list some of the organizations we’ve contributed to over the last few years. We wouldn’t be able to do this without the support of our awesome clients. Thanks so much for working with Weston, and the following charities thank you as well:

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Windows 10 Pro Workstation Edition – What is it?

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windows 10Microsoft recently announced a new version of Windows 10: Windows 10 Professional for Workstations. What makes this version of Windows special and do you need to consider it for your next workstation purchase?

Should Your IT Service Provider Be Local?

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team workWhen looking for service provider to manage the technology needs for your business, you may find inexpensive options that promise great service from remote locales. But why should you look for a local service provider instead of a strictly remote-support company?

Giving Thanks

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Our company’s core purpose is “to better the lives of others”. To do so, we set aside a portion of our net income to charities we support. In the Spirit of Thanksgiving, we’d like to take a quick moment to list some of the organizations we’ve contributed to over the last few years. We wouldn’t be able to do this without the support of our awesome clients. Thanks so much for working with Weston, and the following charities thank you as well:

Tagged in: Charity