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Microsoft Office 365 vs. Hosted (Cloud) Desktops for Business

A cloud is a cloud is a cloud, right?   Absolutely and positively not. Especially not when what is being advertised as a "cloud" solution is really only partially rooted in cloud computing.   When it comes to really digging into Microsoft Office 365 and...
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How to Choose the Right EMR System for Home Health Care

For the home health care industry in particular, properly and intelligently managing your clients, caregivers, and medical records is absolutely critical to the success of your mission and the quality of the care you’re providing.   This, by extension,...
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How to Choose the Right Email Marketing Platform

Despite any trends toward replacing email with things like instant messaging or video conferencing, mass emailing remains a staple when it comes to marketing tactics.   Choosing the right platform for these email marketing campaigns, however, can start...
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How to Choose the Right Donor Management Software for Nonprofits

For nonprofits—of the 501c3 variety especially—properly managing your donations, the life of each donation, and your donors themselves is absolutely critical to the success of your organization and the advancement of your mission.   This, by extension,...
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Windows Surface Tablet: A Story of Love and Hate

I was so excited. Right after its release at the end of October, I had secured a Windows Surface Tablet. Touted as the business user's device, I was immediately enamored. It was sleek, beautiful, and seemed to be the first real alternative to the iPad...
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The iPhone5 and Expectations

I had to get the iPhone5—and I’m very glad I did. Everything about it is just a little bit better than my 4s.  I like that it is 20% lighter and thinner because I carry it in my pocket, I love the higher-quality camera, and I’m impressed with the new...
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Protest and Principles

I’m not getting the iPhone5. In fact, I still have the iPhone4 (not the 4s). And I’m telling people who ask me (people who have been known to camp out for the latest technology release) to consider if the upgrades offer enough value to be beneficial....
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