First off, a programming note: Weston’s offices will be closed on Wednesday, January 1, 2020, for the New Year Holiday. Here’s hoping you have an enjoyable New Years!
As we bid adieu to 2019 and jump into 2020, 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 and the 2018, 2017, 2016 and 2015’s year-end wrap-ups are all worth a read.
Our core purpose at Weston is to better the lives of others. That is why we are in business in the first place. We work hard to better the lives of you, our clients, by reducing frustration and business interruptions due to technology while helping you plan out how to accomplish your business goals. With our people-first focus, we hope it comes across that we truly care about making your day a bit better when you give us a call or drop us a chat. We also truly care about the communities we live and do business in as we support lots of great non-profit organizations financially and continue to provide our time and expertise whenever we can. These organizations directly impact the well-being of those in our local communities, nation and the world and we feel it is a privilege to help and support them.
We’ve been doing this for over 25 years now, and we’re glad you’re here with us.
We hope this newsletter and blog have 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 some numbers to see what people are reading. These 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:
- Thunderbolt vs USB 3.1 using USB-C – How Does It All Work?
- Windows Server 2008 and SBS 2011 End Of Life is Coming Soon
- Microsoft 365 vs Office 365 – What Is Right for My Business?
- Insert Icons into Your Word Documents
- Intel i3 vs i5 vs i7 vs i9
- 2019 Gift Guide For Geeks
- Tech Tip: The Windows 10 Taskbar Tips and Tricks
- 6 Tips to Speed Up Your Chrome Browser Experience
- New Office Feature: Word Rewrite
- How To Schedule Email Sending in Outlook
- Meet a Team Member: Hagen Boyd
- New Office 365 Feature: XLOOKUP Function for Excel
- Microsoft Wants You to Stop Using Internet Explorer
- Tech Tip: Adjust Spelling and Grammar Settings in Office
- Two-Factor Authentication for Office 365
- Weston is Moving!
- Worst Passwords of 2018
- Tech Tip: Sketchy Line Options in Office
- Meet A Team Member: Brynna McFarlane
- Windows “Run” Commands You Should Know
- 8 Tips to Extend Your Laptop Battery Life
- Tech Tip: Keeping the Leading Zeros in Excel
- Tech Tip: Improve Your PowerPoint Skills
- Office 365 Updates to Make Work Easier
- Tech Tip: Excel Formatting Shortcuts to Pretty-Up Your Spreadsheets
In addition, these articles we wrote up previous to 2019 are still getting a lot of traffic and are still very relevant:
- 3 Ways To Easily Control Two Computers From One Keyboard, Mouse, and Monitor
- Don’t Pay for the Password Blackmail Scam (But Do Change Your Passwords)
- Get a HIPAA BAA from Microsoft for Office 365
- Tech Tip: Connecting to Wifi that Requires Logon or Hotspot Agreement Page
- 10+ Things to Consider When Buying a Computer for your Business
- Tech Tip: Freezing Rows and Columns in Excel
- Get Outlook Reminders by Text Message
- Microsoft Begins Phase Out of OneNote 2016 Desktop App
- Windows 7 End-of-Life Is Coming – Time To Start Planning
- Tech Tip: Printing in Excel – Scaling and Repeating Rows and Columns
- Saving Passwords in Your Browser: Is It Safe?
- Tech Tip: Control your PowerPoint Presentation with your SmartPhone
- Skype For Business is Transitioning to Teams
- Sonicwall SSL VPN or standard PPTP VPN: Which to use?
- Tech Tip: Remember Ctrl-Shift-T to Get Your Tabs Back
- Simple Calculations in OneNote
- Microsoft Teams Tips – Smarter Conversations
- Don’t Lose Your Work: Save to SharePoint or OneDrive and Auto-Save
- Tech Tip: Outlook Email AutoComplete Gotchas
- Saving Thumbnails for your Office Documents
- Replace your Windows Image Viewer with Irfanview
- Macro-Enabled Word and Excel Files Are Bad News
- Tech Tip: Too Many Passwords!
- Tech Terms Explained: Modem, Router, Firewall
If you’re looking to catch up on all the past reading material, you can find find past issues here and follow our blog posts here.
Thanks for supporting us and we look forward to working with you in 2020!
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