WWDC 17: Everything Apple Unveiled

Last week, Apple held its annual World Wide Developer’s Conference. It’s specifically designed for, you guessed it, developers to preview upcoming software changes and meet with one of 1,000 Apple engineers. WWDC’s first day, however, is the day all Apple fans look forward to the most.

Microsoft's New Surface Pro: 10 Things To Know

Today, Microsoft unveiled their new Surface Pro tablet / laptop hybrid. The first thing you will notice is the lack of a number. Microsoft's most popular surface device is simply the Surface Pro from now on. Provided images show a device that looks a lot like the old Surface Pro 4. Yet, it is important to know that the meaningful changes are inside the device.

OpenDNS – A New Layer of Protection

November 4, 2016 Uncategorized

OpenDNS Umbrella is a new platform we are deploying to all of our TotalCare clients as an added layer of protection. In order to understand how OpenDNS protects your network and users, we must first do a quick DNS 101 – Spark Notes edition.

Blue Friday! Thank you 12s for a Great Season!

February 1, 2016 Uncategorized

- Author: Katie DoegeThe Seattle Seahawks Season came to a close after a loss to the Carolina Panthers in a divisional round playoff game. Team owner, Paul Allen, sent out a very special “Thank you” to all the Seahawks fans. Here is what Paul had to say to the 12s:

Thank you for your passionate support at CenturyLink Field and throughout the year in your communities.

Borrowing Software Licenses? Beware!

February 1, 2016 Uncategorized

- Author: GabrielIt’s tempting to save money by purchasing just ONE software license and sharing it with MANY computers. This issue has been an ongoing battle between users and software developers. In most cases, individual users and small businesses alike value the software, but cannot afford licensing costs.

Something OLD: Microsoft Kills off Windows 8 Support

February 1, 2016 Uncategorized

- Author: GabrielAll good things must come to an end, however, most think this is more of an end to an “error.” (Did you get that?)

Microsoft is pulling the plug on Windows 8 support. Before you panic, keep in mind Microsoft is shifting their resources to focus on Windows 8’s replacement, Windows 8.1. As some of you remember, Windows released a big update following all of the negative feedback it received with the launch of Windows 8. The update was so massive it added a “.1” to its name.

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