A Genius in Your Pocket
The number of Smartphone users keeps increasing each year. But are you aware of all the things it can do for you? There’s more computing power in that device than existed ten years ago, and some of the things it can do are nothing less than magic. Here are just a few:
For those times when you need to make a copy of something or scan and email a document, or even fax back a reply, there’s Genius Scan+. Genius Scan, by The Grizzly Labs (http://thegrizzlylabs.com/) is available on Android and iOS, and even Windows. There’s a free version and a $6.99 “Plus” version that is worth every penny. Just use your camera to snap a photo of the document. Genius scan overlays it with a grid to make sure it knows what you intended to scan, use your finger to adjust the grid if necessary, confirm the shape of your document, and it automatically adjusts the perspective to straighten out the text, enhances the document to make it easier to read, and in just a second or two, you have a perfect copy. With the “Plus” version, email your document or save it to your favorite cloud service automatically.
Are you ready for the Edge?
Microsoft has announced the name of its newest web browser Microsoft Edge to replace Internet Explorer.
The new Edge will be available with the Windows 10 release this summer and will feature quite a few new upgrades. Cortana, the voice activated digital assistant, will be included in the new release.
The Edge will include a new tab style display and perform more like an app. You will now be able to highlight important information using a Page Annotation tool! So will you be switching your default browser to the Edge?
For more information regarding the new Microsoft Edge, click here!
Join River Run for a Community Recycling Day in Pewaukee, WI on May 16, 2015 from 9a.m.-12p.m.!
Hosted by Ellenbecker Investment Group, Foundations Bank and River Run Computers, the Annual Community Recycling Day will take place 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. on Saturday, May 16 in the parking lot of the Foundations Bank building, N35 W23877 Highfield Court, Pewaukee. This year, the hosts are expanding the annual paper shredding event to include electronics, eyeglasses and hearing aids. For more information about this event, including details regarding what can and cannot be accepted, please click here
How many file cabinets does your company use? Do you have rows and rows of files that keep accumulating more and more space? Now is the time to celebrate Earth Month and explore a PaperLESS™ Office.
Electronic filing provides better protection and access to stored information than paper ever can, and is far less expensive to manage effectively. While few businesses will ever be able to eliminate paper entirely, it is easier than you might think to get away from the volumes of paper your office creates. When you do, you’ll find that you work better (and faster), with everything you need at your fingertips.
The latest news has been that Microsoft will be switching to Project Spartan for its default web browser. But can Internet Explorer really go away?
If you think your business is too small for data breaches or hacking, think again! Cyber Criminals use scripts or automated attacks for any company or employee that may be vulnerable and easily accessed. If you work on a computer and do not follow well-defined procedures, then your company may be at risk.
Are there tasks you wish your technology could do for you?
Are you frustrated with the results you get from the applications you have? Do you know what other products are available that could make your work easier and more productive?
Take a look at the software and the processes you use every day. If your office spends time entering information in multiple places, searching for documents, duplicating efforts, “fixing” reports or finding alternative methods to get the results you need – we can help!
Sending emails has become a quick and easy way to communicate with people around us. But now email inboxes are becoming overloaded with all types of messages. Companies treat their inboxes as storage areas, meeting notes, contract agreements and task lists. According to McKinsey Global Institute, people spend 28% of their work week (or 13 hours) reading, deleting, sorting and sending emails.
Emails have become a distraction to our workdays and prevent us from focusing on the tasks at hand. Do you ever wonder where your day went and feel like you have not accomplished the things you wanted to for the day? Have y
Trojan.FakeAV has been around for quite a while, however its making another debut. This type of malware tries to convince a user to remove non-existent malware or security risks from their computers by installing bogus software.
Users are offered a link to software from spam emails, blogs/forums that are spammed, malicious banner ads, pirated software, file sharing networks, or even exploited web pages.
Once installed, a constant stream of pop-up warnings appear stating a harmful virus has been detected alerting you to purchase software to clean this up.
Here is what we received via email: