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The Cloud for Consumers

By |2017-07-11T23:27:32+00:00July 11th, 2017|Backup, Calendar, Contacts, Email, File Storage, Lifestyle, Technology|

Cloudy...With a Chance of...Confusion? Cloud computing is a popular phrase these days, and it can mean different things to people and businesses. Even if you aren't running a big business, as a consumer you are likely using "The Cloud" in some capacity. Depending on the type of computer or mobile device you have, you may [...]

Adjusting to the Mac – The Honeymoon Report

By |2017-05-26T09:59:11+00:00March 8th, 2016|Applications, Calendar, Contacts, Email, Hardware, Mac, Technology, Uncategorized|

I'm well into the honeymoon period with my new Mac, and I promised you all in my last post that I would report in.  I had no intention of giving up my Windows laptop PC, and am now running the Mac and the PC side by side and use each depending on my mood, and what [...]

Email: Challenging Conventional Wisdom

By |2017-05-26T09:59:11+00:00September 16th, 2015|Email, Technology|

What's better - Email software or webmail? IMAP vs. POP What is the best email provider? This is the second of a series of blog entries having to do with productivity data.  Productivity data includes email, contacts/address books, calendar, and tasks/to-do management. It's the "who, what, when, where and how" information that comes through our [...]

It’s Midnight…Do You Know Where Your Productivity Data Is?

By |2017-05-26T09:59:11+00:00August 15th, 2015|Calendar, Contacts, Email, Technology, Uncategorized|

Productivity data includes Email, Calendar, Contacts / Address Book, and Tasks / To-Do's What would happen if one of your devices – your cell phone, computer or tablet – were to become lost, stolen, or broken? If you decided to switch to a new personal technology device, would you be at risk of losing [...]

Email Overload? Take Control of Your Inbox!

By |2017-05-26T09:59:11+00:00February 23rd, 2015|Email, File Storage|

You may consider all commercial email to be "Junk," but it's important to make the distinction between known and unknown senders, and handle them differently. Consider the Source – Known vs. Unknown Known senders include companies you've done business with, or whose mailing list you signed up for (perhaps without realizing it).  These companies may [...]