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Moto G5 Plus: Economy class that gets you there (with video)

When I book a plane ticket, I fly economy, but I always cast an eye over the prices in the business class column. For three to four times the cost, I could get better food, more room, a more comfortable seat and more personal attention. What I wouldn’t get is a faster trip. So although I’ll pay a few extra bucks for a little extra legroom in coach, I forego business class, because the luxuries aren’t worth all the added money. To an increasing extent, smartphone buyers are being asked to make similar calculations. As high-end phones reach the $800 mark (rumors have it that the next iPhone will have a shocking $1,000 price), name-brand vendors are carving out economy-class price niches at about a quarter of that. And in the same way that the less expensive airplane ride will still get you to Fargo or Paris, the cheaper phone will give you what you want just as safely and almost as quickly.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
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My month with the Surface Book i7 with Performance Base

When Microsoft held an event last October, everyone thought it was prepping to announce the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 or Surface Book 2. Instead, we got the new Surface Studio, Windows Creative Update and a beefed-up Surface Book i7 with Performance Base. The Performance Base addition brought a redesigned keyboard base to the device, while the tablet display remained the same. With the hope of swaying creative professionals away from Apple, these internal updates include an NVIDIA GPU, a 6th generation Intel Core i7 processor and a 1TB hard drive. I’ve used the Surface Book i7 with Performance Base regularly for the last month, and there’s a lot that I love about the it. Even though it’s a device targeted at creative professionals, it’s a notebook that will suit anyone that values performance. Unmatched performance This should come as no surprise, but the performance on the updated Surface Book i7 has been consistently impressive. But when I talk about performance, it’s important to rem
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My month with the Surface Book i7 with Performance Base

When Microsoft held an event last October, everyone thought it was prepping to announce the Microsoft Surface Pro 5 or Surface Book 2. Instead, we got the new Surface Studio, Windows Creative Update and a beefed-up Surface Book i7 with Performance Base. The Performance Base addition brought a redesigned keyboard base to the device, while the tablet display remained the same. With the hope of swaying creative professionals away from Apple, these internal updates include an NVIDIA GPU, a 6th generation Intel Core i7 processor and a 1TB hard drive. I’ve used the Surface Book i7 with Performance Base regularly for the last month, and there’s a lot that I love about the it. Even though it’s a device targeted at creative professionals, it’s a notebook that will suit anyone that values performance. Unmatched performance This should come as no surprise, but the performance on the updated Surface Book i7 has been consistently impressive. But when I talk about performance, it’s important to rem
http://www.cio.com/article/3157092/consumer-electronics/my-month-with-the-surface-book-i7-with-performance-base.html#tk.rss_consumerelectronicsMicrosoft Office 2010
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iPad 3 Pages Tutorial: How to Create, and Share Documents. P1

This is part of a long series consisting of tutorials for the Pages app on the iPad 1, 2, and 3 (The New iPad) In this episode, I cover how to add a new document, share, and basic functions of the home screen.
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minecraft xbox 360 How to share worlds

ok first off to do this you need a usb. Secondly you will need a computer.

Lets being.

step 1 (Put xbox live gamertag on usb)
step 2 (Put 1 minecraft world you made on your usb)
step 3 (unplug usb)
step 4 (plug into computer)
step 5 download horizon @ http://download.cnet.com/Horizon/3000-2130_4-75452078.html?part=dl-&subj=dl&tag=button )
step 6 (open horizon)
step 7 (Device explorer)
step 8 (go to profiles)
step 9 (go to your profile)
step 10 (drag profile into horizon)
step 11 (drag minecraft world you want to use into horizon)
step 12 (replace the profile and device id of the world you want to get with your current profile id and device id.
step 13 (close out of your account)
step 14 (rehash resign)
step 15 (drag the map you want to download on to desktop)
step 16 (then go to inject on horizon)
step 17 (find save on your desktop)
step 18 (close horizon)
step 19 (plug usb back into xbox)
step 20 (move to hdd)
step 21 (play minecraft)
step 22 (HAVE FUN!)

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Meeting the Small Business Technology Challenge – Marketing Visionary, Author & Speaker Jack Shaw

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The National Small Business Association’s recent Small Business Technology Survey found that 98 percent of small business owners agree that it’s important to keep up with new technology — but this can be difficult, and expensive, if you don’t do it right.

The same survey found that small businesses face many concerns when it comes to their technology. Approximately half of all small business owners consider security issues, upgrade costs, and maintenance as top technology challenges.

The aftermath of failure to properly maintain, upgrade, secure, and back up your IT infrastructure can be grim indeed.

• When your systems are down, you can’t communicate effectively with customers, suppliers, or other employees,
• This can make it difficult, if not impossible, to enter sales orders.
• It can dramatically reduce the productivity of your people, and
• Interfere with the smooth functioning of your business processes.
• These problems, in turn, can affect your reputation in the market,
• Cut into your profits and, ultimately,
• Cause your business to fail.

And yet, about one-quarter of small-business owners handle tech support for the entire company themselves. And 43 percent spend more than two hours a week just on technology problems.

The market for telecommuting and mobile computing is also exploding. Forrester Research projects that, by 2015, over 85% of the workforce will be mobile. And International Data Corporation forecasts that the U.S. alone will add more than 3 million corporate home office households between 2011 and 2015. Thus, small businesses are recognizing the need to provide comprehensive, well-managed support for telecommuters and mobile workers.

There are also direct threats to small businesses’ IT infrastructures. For example, there are the security threats posed by hackers who realize that small businesses typically lack the technical expertise to properly set up robust security and so look at small businesses as easy targets.

Industry experts have found that 80 percent of small businesses that experience a security breach go bankrupt or suffer severe financial losses within two years of being violated. If you don’t think you have the time and expertise to monitor these threats, you need to depend on a trusted technology partner who does.

For most small businesses, email consumes a very substantial part of your telecommunications bandwidth. But, it’s currently estimated that over 90% of all email is spam. When you have to download all your inbound email to in-house email servers, you’re wasting the bandwidth used by that 90%. So many businesses are moving to secure, hosted email services. By having your email service hosted, you download only the 10% or less of incoming emails which are legitimate communications.

It’s also critical that small businesses have a current copy of their data stored somewhere safe and accessible. With a purely on premises infrastructure, data is still backed up onsite where it’s subject to loss in the event of fire or natural disasters. Automatically storing archived data off-site in a secure private cloud keeps data safe but rapidly and easily accessible in the event of disaster. An outside IT provider can be a tremendous asset — freeing you up to give your full attention to your business.

These days, you need an IT service provider who can offer you a broad portfolio of capabilities. It can start with managing, maintaining, and upgrading your internal IT infrastructure. But it should also include offering hosted email and web services as well as Cloud-based backup and disaster recovery.
For those companies that are ready, moving your data and systems entirely to the Cloud can help to reduce costs. It’s highly scalable, universally accessible, and provides for automated backups and upgrades.

These are just some of the reasons I’m so impressed by DynaSis and the range of services it offers to help businesses more profitably manage their IT infrastructures. DynaSis can help you by:

• Managing on-site systems,
• Hosting email and websites,
• Providing online backup and disaster recovery, and even
• Offering full-blown Cloud Computing capabilities
based on your needs — for today and tomorrow.

If you’re not already familiar with hosted services and Cloud Computing, you may want to watch some or all of the other videos in this series. These explain what these services are and how they work, discuss their benefits, and address concerns you may have.

If you’d like more help understanding these new technologies, give the people at DynaSis a call. They’ll be glad to show you various ways to meet your technology needs.

If you need to cut costs while enhancing quality, increase productivity while responding quickly to the needs of your market, all the while ensuring that your systems and data are secure and confidential, DynaSis may have just the right solution for you. Call them today to find out.

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[TemptingGuides] Microsoft Office OneNote 2010

Are you curious about OneNote? Not sure what it’s for or how to use it? Wondering if it’s of a benefit to you? Then this video is what you need. This is a 20-minute overview of some of the popular features of this application; while not a comprehensive coverage, it will give you the general idea of what OneNote is all about.

Features covered:

– Creating a notebook and what a notebook consists of
– Capturing image text
– Searching within notebooks and images
– Handwriting, highlights and ink-to-text for tablet PCs and slates
– Organizing notebooks and pages
– Color schemes and background layouts (i.e. grid lines, lined paper, etc)
– Using different filetypes with OneNote (images, audio, etc)

Features not covered (so you know what else it can do. But it would take me hours to cover them all):

– Math input and ink-to-math
– Scrapbook creation with images and text
– Scanning pages into OneNote sections as searchable text
– Scanner capture (photos, etc)
– Webcam video embedding
– Audio recording
– Embedding Office documents
– Print/export of OneNote notebooks
– Backup and change history
– Accessing Notebooks from the web/Sharepoint

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iPad Calendar, Contacts and Notes (MacMost Now 382)

http://macmost.com/e-382 Take a look at the three organizational apps that come with your iPad. You can keep track of events and appointments with Calendar. Contacts acts as an address book. Notes lets you write small text files. All can sync with your Mac. But they are pretty simple apps compared to what should be possible on the iPad.

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Troubleshooting Outlook Offline Address Book Issues in Office 365

In this video, we show you how to troubleshoot Offline Address Book issues in Office 365.

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Setting up Distribution Groups and Aliases in Office 365 Exchange Online (audio out of sync)

Setting up Distribution Groups and Aliases in Office 365 Exchange Online

Setting up distribution group and aliases are a great way to set up extra Email accounts for one person (aliases) or several people (distribution groups or security groups).

Sorry about the out of sync audio, but the audio is faster than the video.

Duration : 0:33:28

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