If you have internet service in your home – and many American households do – chances are you’re accessing it via a Wi-Fi connection. The freedom of movement that Wi-Fi provides allows us to access the internet virtually anywhere in our homes, completely cord-free, and we generally don’t give it much thought. But Wi-Fi routers can be the source of a security
One of the biggest operating expenses for most small to medium businesses comes from tech. Whether you have five employees or 50, keeping up-to-date on hardware and software has the potential to squeeze your budget to the breaking point.
For this reason, many businesses choose to keep working with outdated technology – they reason that if something is working there is no reason to change it. But don’t confuse functionality with productivity.
“Starting January 12, 2016, Microsoft will support only the most recent version of Internet Explorer available for a supported operating system.” — ZDNet Article from August, 2014 We hear of a fixed date in time and it seems to be so far away, until one day, it’s right on our doorstep. Microsoft announced the end of mainstream support of Internet Explorer in 2014,
Sometimes opportunity presents itself during a time of devastation. Such was the case in 1982, when Randy and Cathy Nicely found themselves pitching in to help the Evansville area clean up after a devastating windstorm. Two chainsaws, a pickup truck, and a friend, combined with a strong work ethic, led the Nicelys to discover a niche to fill in the Tri-State and Randy’s
If you’re a non-profit, you know the constant challenge of trying to maximize your budget in order to do the most good for the least cost. Administrative functions get close scrutiny in particular, and there is a lot of pressure to “make do” with older versions of hardware and software. But there’s good news: there are a number of ways you can
What do you think about this statement? “Let’s reward people for doing what they’re supposed to do.” I’m certain that many, and perhaps most of you, read that statement and react negatively. After all, should we give people a reward for doing things such as… turning on their turn signal before they make a turn when driving? looking both ways when they
In Indiana, when a home is foreclosed by a bank for nonpayment of the mortgage the county sheriff is tasked with selling that home via a public auction. These sales are usually attended by bank representatives as well as members of the general public who purchase distressed properties for both personal and investment reasons. While on the surface these sales may seem
More than 50 million people in America struggle to put food on the table, and one in six faces hunger. In Evansville, the Evansville Emergency Food Pantry Consortium (EEFPC) works to alleviate some of this hunger through the member food pantries. The Need of the EEFPC Keeping track of the various recipients of food pantry offerings, however, is a daunting task. In