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Microsoft’s First Chromium-based Web Browser is Finally Available

On January 15, Microsoft officially launched a highly improved version of their now legacy browser, Edge. Unlike previous updates to Edge, this new version is extra special: It’s Chromium-based. After the launch of their original Edge browser in 2015, Microsoft began dissecting the user experience and uncovering some significant flaws. It’s no secret in the …

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How to Get the Most Out of Microsoft Teams

While technology continues to revolutionize the ways we work, figuring out how to best use new communications tools has become a complex challenge for organizations of all shapes and sizes. While these platforms have greatly improved many areas of communication, factors like remote work, multi-national departments, and the internet of things have highlighted a need …

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Why Windows XP and Office 2003 are hindering your business

Microsoft has announced that after April 8, 2014, they will no longer be updating or supporting Windows XP and Office 2003.  XP was a great operating system and had served many of our clients for a long time. Office 2003 had the original menu style that was easy and efficient. So why should you spend your hard earned dollars to …

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