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Thrive Gwinnett | Lisa Anders | Collaboration in Tourism | Ep 20
https://youtu.be/L4dSIvb8Ils Ensuring Gwinnett County remains a destination for conventions, sporting events, travel, and the film industry is no small feat. But time and time again, ...
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Rocket IT Business Podcast | Craig Haynie | Mastering the Pivot | Ep. 20
With a constant drive to innovate and tackle new challenges, CablesandKits CEO, Craig Haynie has become a master of building businesses; helping his online business ...
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Thrive Gwinnett | Jamie Hamilton | Educational & Therapeutic Programming | Ep 19
https://youtu.be/PISf4FDT4M4 When it comes to education, teaching students the value of patience, tolerance, and compassion can sometimes be overlooked. In this episode of Thrive Gwinnett, ...
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Breach Leading to Parler’s Demise
Social Media platform, Parler has found itself in hot water after its services were used to assist in the planning of the recent attack on ...
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Pros & Cons of an On-Premise Server
https://youtu.be/7PLcs5vLKa4 When attempting to facilitate remote business operations, one of the most important steps is choosing a file storage option that balances cost, accessibility, scalability, ...
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Thrive Gwinnett | Annie Valenty | A Healthier Tomorrow | Ep 18
https://youtu.be/4FNVZZVARgc For organizations that provide relief to families in emergency situations, downtime is never an option. In this week’s Thrive Gwinnett Episode, we hear from ...
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New Year, New Password

Jan 10, 2012

January is here, and we’re two weeks into the New Year. As we resolve to visit the gym, eat healthy and improve our finances, it’s also an ideal time to consider our digital life and ensure that we are taking all the necessary precautions to make sure that our data is safe and protected from…

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Email A Networking File Via Hyperlink Without Attachment

Dec 9, 2011

Often, when we need to send a file to a co-worker or friend we attach the file to an email message. Instead of attaching the file and unnecessarily consuming storage space within the user’s email inbox, it’s easy to create a hyperlink in an Outlook email message that will allow the recipient to open the…

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How To Remove Dust & Air Bubbles From Your Mobile Device Screen Protector

Aug 4, 2010

With smartphones, iPads, and other electronic devices costing hundreds, and sometimes thousands, of dollars, many people buy screen protectors to keep their new gadgets clean and scratch-free. If dust gets trapped in between the screen and the protector, however, it can be a big distraction. You find yourself looking at all the dust particles instead…

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Initial Thoughts on the Apple iPad

Jul 5, 2010

For years I’ve waited for someone to come out with a great tablet computer. One that can do all the things my notebook computer can do, but in a smaller, lighter package and with a really great touchscreen. Presumably, it would come with a stylus and would recognize my handwriting. It would definitely run Windows…

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Professional Photographer Chase Jarvis Shows How Backups are Done

Jun 27, 2010

I ran across this fascinating video recently on one of my favorite photography websites. In it, professional photographer Chase Jarvis describes the backup strategies he employs for his work. Chase does a great job explaining how a quality backup plan works, and many of the methods he shares are similar to the backup solutions we…

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Reality Check on Leadership

Mar 3, 2010

Do you subscribe to the idea that specific actions produce specific results? If so, where do you look when you’re not getting the results you want? Are you quick to point the finger at someone else? After attending a training session about the effective use of KPIs and dashboards, a member of our sales team…

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Warm Fuzzies Feel Good

Mar 26, 2009

A few days ago, one of our support engineers told me that an employee of a valued customer had moved to another organization. He was sorry to see her go because he had enjoyed knowing her and working with her. I was disappointed myself, knowing that she was well-liked by our team. It’s always a…

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Take Your Monkey with You

Feb 3, 2009

This monkey hangs on the inside of my office door as a simple reminder to team members that stop by to visit. Please don’t leave YOUR monkey on MY desk.  In other words, feel free to come talk to me if you want to discuss ways to handle a problem you’ve uncovered. But don’t come…

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When You’re Getting Nowhere, There’s No Place like Someplace Else

Jan 25, 2009

I wasted a great deal of time sitting at my computer today, trying to refine an idea for an article I plan to write. After spinning my wheels for hours in my home office, I finally realized that I wasn’t making any progress and decided to go do something else for a while. So, I…

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