5 Tricks for Creating a Password You Will Actually Remember

By now, most of us understand the rules for creating strong internet passwords: Use a mix of upper- and lower-case letters. Include numbers and special characters. Make it easy for you to remember, but hard for others to guess.

That last part — creating a password you will actually remember — can get tricky. Follow these five tricks to create a collection of passwords for all your important accounts.

Monday, March 9, 2020/Comments (0)/
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8 Tips for Spring Cleaning Your Technology You Shouldn’t Skip

Spring is here and as you wash your windows, disinfect your home, and wipe down those LED screens — including your phone, TV, and computer monitor — it’s a good idea to do some digital decluttering, too.  Learn more...

Monday, March 9, 2020/Comments (0)/
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Save Time With These Life Hacks For Your Computer

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When it comes to your computer, hacking is generally considered a bad thing. That is, unless you’re talking about using “life hacks” to simplify everyday computing tasks, such as shopping for internet service providers in your area.

Try these technology tips and tricks to “hack” your way to increased productivity—one keystroke at a time.

Tuesday, February 11, 2020/Comments (0)/
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Top 10 Tech Trends of the Decade

The past decade saw innovations and evolutions in technology beyond what many of us could imagine. From reusable rockets and self-driving vehicles to smart homes where everything from LED lighting to thermostats is controlled by an app, it seems as if the world imagined in science fiction is upon us.

What were some of the top technology trends of the decade?

Friday, January 17, 2020/Comments (0)/
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5 Best Tips to Order Last-Minute Gifts in Seconds

You’ve got a holiday party tonight and realize you don’t have a gift for the grab bag exchange. Between your hair and nail appointments, there’s no time to pick something up.

Or worse, your family holiday get-together is this weekend, and as you look at the growing pile of gifts near your fireplace, you realize you didn’t get anything for Uncle Louie.

What can you do? As long as you’ve got your Consolidated Communications internet connection, you’ll be fine. Use your home WiFi and a digital payment method to make gifts appear on your doorstep or in your email inbox almost instantly.

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