• With my first iPhone4 came the highs of having access to the world in my pocket and the lows of paranoid what-ifs.  What if my phone crashed?  What would happen to my vast list of contacts?  While I have a laptop and desktop that I use to backup my iPhone, there is always a risk of losing everything. Google, in its vast stretching dominion over the internet, has found a solution.  The following guide will show you how to set up Google Sync on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch to sync your contacts, calendars, and access your Gmail.

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  • The number one concern voiced to me about Facebook is security. Your personal and professional data is splashed all over this profile or that page. Even though social media is all about sharing, you want to make sure you’re not over sharing – especially potentially sensitive information.

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  • An anti-virus is your defense against all the maliciousness that floats around the Internet. But just like the cold and flu germs that are more vicious than ever, computer viruses are getting around these defenses with increasing regularity. So who can you trust?

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  • Each month, over 500 million users spend over 700 billion minutes on Facebook.  Along with status updates and content uploads, paying visits to friend’s profile pages is favorite activity.  Whose been lurking around your Facebook page?

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  • Facebook Logo Have you Googled yourself lately? Ever looked yourself up on Facebook? More importantly, when was the last time you looked up your company? Marketing your business has entered into a whole new generation of connecting with your existing and potential customers using social media. Its not just about how many fans you have on your Facebook page either, this type of marketing can affect your websites search engine ranking. Let’s get you started down the best path for your business!

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  • This is an age-old story. Your computer is on the fritz and you need a new one. Everything is setup and your data is transferred over to your shiny new computer. All is good with the world and then you think, “What do I do with my old computer?

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  • Protect Yourself:  Wireless SecurityWhen I search for wireless connections with my laptop, I’m always shocked at how many networks come up with full access. You wouldn’t invite some random stranger to prowl around your home, so don’t let them poke around your network and Internet. Be sure you’re secure.

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  • Reduce, Reuse, Recycle!

    Eco-friendly Electronic Etiquette
    I’ve caught the green bug like most everyone else.  At home, we separate recyclables from garbage and compost organic material.  At the office, Justin uses paperless billing.  There are so many ways to be more eco-friendly and your computer is no exception.  Here are three easy tips to Green Computing.

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  • So many programs, so much money!  There you are stuck with all these files and ideas with no easy way to save, share, or protect them without lightening your wallet, right?

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  • The time comes in every computer’s life when we must say goodbye and send it to hardware heaven. Sometimes we hold on for way too long before sending these frustratingly slow dust buckets to their final rest because shopping for a new computer can be daunting. How do you pick the right system for your needs without paying for performance you’ll never use? I’m going to highlight three basic components you should consider during your next purchase.

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