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hipaaYou’re probably familiar with Yelp (you can find us on there, both in Anchorage and Bend). It’s the leading crowd-sourced rating site for restaurants, hotels and just about anything else. It’s also host to healthcare reviews, and many physicians and clinics are on the site. Yelp gives you the option to reply to reviews, both positive and negative. What you need to be aware of, though, is that it could be a HIPAA violation if you reply to a review

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.

Upgrade Your Documentation with Screenshots

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Screen ShotWhen you’re describing something that needs to be done on a computer, screen shots inserted into a document provide much more useful guidance than text alone. While the capability to take screen shots has been built into Windows for decades, newer software makes the task of creating and editing those screenshots much easier than before.

Tech Tip: How Can You Verify An E-mail Is Valid?

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identityHave you ever wondered if you could check if an email address you have on file for somebody is valid? Say you were talking to a client on the phone and they gave you an email address or you are trying to decipher an email address from a sign-up sheet. You might want to verify it’s valid before sending. While there are no foolproof method for e-mail verification, there are some ways you can at least make an attempt at checking.

mobileWe've all been there (or maybe you haven't, but let's assume you have): You've setup your conference room to do a PowerPoint presentation in front of a prospective client, and your fancy presenter remote is nowhere to be found. Yes, you could use the keyboard/mouse for the computer to control things, but did you know you can actually control the slideshow with your smartphone and have your notes there, too? With some new software from Microsoft, you can see your speaker notes, advance the slides, and more. Read on for how to set it all up.