May 14, 2020

Congratulations to the Class of 2020

We would like to first and foremost congratulate the entire Class of 2020 on their success throughout their educational journey. You deserve immense recognition for staying focused on your goals during this pandemic. Earning a diploma in this time shows your tenacious character.  You have shown that you can persevere, be flexible and resilient with… Read More

May 11, 2020

Cyber Security for Small Businesses

As a small business owner, you should know the proper steps to protect your business while reaching new markets and increasing your productivity and efficiency. You should be protecting yourself, as well as your customers and their data from any cybersecurity threats. Educate others – Train your staff on the basic security practices and policies,… Read More

May 11, 2020

Streaming Binge: What To Watch Next

Since social distancing is now a major part of our lives in an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19, many people are spending more time inside their homes. Extroverts are dismayed about not leaving the house, while secretly introverts are gearing up for what they have prepared for.  This is the perfect time to… Read More

April 16, 2020

8 Tips for Supporting Your Local Businesses

In these challenging times, we’re presented with a unique opportunity to meaningfully support our community by supporting our local businesses. You can benefit by making some great purchases for yourself and the community can benefit by ensuring these local companies have a much stronger chance of returning to normal when the crisis has passed.  It’s… Read More

March 30, 2020

Work, Learn, & Play From Home

We know that many of you are juggling working from home with students learning from home and keeping the whole household entertained. Thank you for your commitment to helping our community reduce the spread of illness by staying at home and only venturing out for essential trips. Here’s our guide to working, learning and playing… Read More

March 24, 2020

COVID-19 Internet Scammers and Phishing

Criminals are opportunists, and as seen in the past, any major news event can become an opportunity for groups or individuals with malicious intentions. The Coronavirus is no different. In fact, the Coronavirus is a prime opportunity for enterprising criminals because it plays on one of the basic human conditions…fear. Fear can cause normally scrupulous… Read More

February 21, 2019

Managing Your Online Reputation

In business, bigger isn’t necessarily better.  There are advantages to being local, including the ability to provide service that is truly personal.  Local businesses can better monitor what customers are saying about them and use the information to improve the services they provide.  They can also use social media to foster strong connections that lead… Read More

February 20, 2019

How to program the ADB remote to control other devices

How to program the ADB remote to control other devices Your remote control can be programmed to handle several different devices, such as TVs, DVD Players, Blu-ray players, VCRs and more. Program your new remote in one of the following ways: Option 1: Brand Set-up First, find the manufacturer of your equipment on the Remote… Read More

September 25, 2018

5 Ways to Help Protect Your Personal Information Online

5 Ways to Help Protect Your Personal Information Online The amount of time you and I and are spending on our mobile devices is continuing to grow.  According to the most recent data, the average person spends 5 hours per day on their mobile devices (phones, tablets).  A number expected to continue to grow, even… Read More

September 25, 2018

Staying Safe on Social Media

Staying Safe on Social Media We live in a world where increasingly more time is spent on social media – culture itself is largely defined more and more by what is on social media.  Because it is such a driver of culture and what is “cool”, our youth spends a disproportionate amount of their time… Read More