Justin Nescott

Security for a Mobile World

by Justin Nescott 30. July 2012 10:00
What mobile devices do you own? A smartphone? Tablet or iPad? Laptop? MP3 player or iPod? How many do you have protected in the event that you lose the device or have the ability to locate or wipe it remotely if all else fails? A group of CPAs agreed that IT security is the #1 technology concern on... [More]
Categories: Tech Tips

What MS Office Knows That You Don’t

by Justin Nescott 2. July 2012 16:50
  An excellent resource in Microsoft Office tips, hints, and general knowledge, Office Watch has posted multiple articles recently discussing some of the “hidden information” that is stored in Microsoft documents. Many of these problems were created from the introduction of the &l... [More]
Categories: Tech Tips

Early Reviews of Windows 8

by Justin Nescott 23. April 2012 09:55
  In late February, Windows launched the consumer preview of Windows 8. The major redesign was to move the popular operating system that is available for Windows’ tablets and mobile devices to the desktop and laptop. This will feature and continue the growth of touch screen desktops and ... [More]
Categories: Tech Tips

How Much Longer Will You Use Microsoft Office?

by Justin Nescott 23. March 2012 13:10
  In an article in late 2011, PCMag columnist John Dvorak predicted the end of Microsoft Office. With updates including minor changes, such as a new user interface with the ribbon tab in 2007, few new elements have been added to the Microsoft Office Suite, allowing competitors create successfu... [More]
Categories: Productivity

Improving Your Speed on Windows 7 - New Features

by Justin Nescott 2. March 2012 11:00
  With all of the new features that Windows 7 offers over previous versions of Windows, it might take some getting used to. However, once you discover and begin to use some of the useful features, such as easily changing window views or pinning items to the desktop, it will make your life a li... [More]
Categories: Productivity

Does Your Browser Look Different? IE has changed again.

by Justin Nescott 17. February 2012 11:00
  For the first time ever, Windows will be using its Windows Update feature to automatically upgrade Internet Explorer to either IE 8 or IE 9 on all computers. Although the rollout began January 17, you will not notice a difference until you receive your next Windows Update. Note that Windows ... [More]
Categories: Productivity

Browsing the Internet – Why Not use Google’s Browser?

by Justin Nescott 23. January 2012 12:47
  Whether you use Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, or another browser, you most likely use Google for your web searches. However, in most browsers, the Google toolbar has to be installed or you must navigate to Google.com to use the Google search engine.   In just over three ... [More]
Categories: Productivity