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Why IT Life Cycle Planning Matters

I was meeting with a group of business owners last week, and the topic of keeping business software up to date came up. One of the owners was specifically discussing a very static piece of software, that he thought did not need to be updated. His reasons were logical. The software worked great for what…
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Everything You Need to Know About Windows 11

Microsoft is releasing Windows 11 this month with the official date of October 5th.  You may remember Microsoft told us Windows 10 was their last release, and that everything new would just be an update applied to Windows 10.  Well, that was so 2015.  Here we are now with a new version on the way,…
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What Have You Been Missing in Office365?

Most of us use Microsoft Office365 in some capacity.  Outlook, Word and Excel are by far the most commonly used Office365 products. For those who might not be familiar, Office 365 is Microsoft’s cloud platform for Office applications and email services.  It is a SaaS or pay-by-the month subscription where you pay a fee starting…
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5 Results Every Business Leader Wants

So often we let successes go uncelebrated.  We are striving to finish a project. We are trying to meet a goal. We are implementing a new system or process, but when we see results, we are already focused on the next thing.  Maybe that is a byproduct of our American culture, or maybe it is…
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The Expiration of Windows 7

Windows 7 has an expiration date. Like that past-date gallon of milk in the fridge, it won’t be good for long.  Hopefully, this does not come as a surprise to you!  Windows 7 went out of mainstream support on January 13, 2015. This date was of little impact, because Microsoft continued to update and keep…
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