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We all know the name Internet Explorer - from the late 1990’s through the early 2000’s, IE was THE tool for browsing the internet. Whether for business or pleasure, Internet Explorer was a household name. Fast forward to 2019 and Internet Explorer has faded into the background in favor of other browsers like Chrome, Firefox, and Safari, or the less popular, and less useful, Microsoft Edge. While most individuals have migrated away from Internet Explorer in favor of more robust browsers, there are a handful of businesses who still use Internet Explorer despite the fact that all development of new features on the platform has stopped and support is basically non-existent as of 2015. Given the current selection of browser options, why on earth would a business choose to remain linked to Internet Explorer?

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/ Megan Greene / 09.10.19

Basket of Greene Eggs Blog: Automation: Adding Time and Value to your Business

Basket of Greene Eggs Blog: Automation: Adding Time and Value to your Business

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There was only 1 of me and each day required much more than 24 hours worth of work in order to sustain the number of tasks on my plate. Enter the word automation. Automation tools allowed me to appear to do multiple things at once - teach my...

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/ Megan Greene / 09.09.19

Scrambled: Is Custom Software Right for my Business?

Scrambled: Is Custom Software Right for my Business?

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Take a moment and consider how many different tools your business utilizes each day. From accounting tools to time management tools to communication tools and beyond. While each tool might be successfully accomplishing its individual purpose, are...

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/ Megan Greene / 09.06.19

Weekly Cybersecurity Review for September 6, 2019

Weekly Cybersecurity Review for September 6, 2019

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In the September 6 edition of Weekly Cybersecurity Review, hackers gain access to phone numbers linked to Facebook accounts, Android Trojan "Joker" signs up unsuspecting users, and hackers target American cities with tools from the dark web.

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/ Megan Greene / 09.04.19

Cracked Blog: How do you know if your business needs Custom Software?

Cracked Blog: How do you know if your business needs Custom Software?

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In this edition of Cracked: News from the Digital World, how do you know if your business needs custom software? It is important for business owners and managers to consider what they currently have, what they intend to do, and if a more customized...

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/ Megan Greene / 08.30.19

Scrambled: YouTube Kids launches on the web

Scrambled: YouTube Kids launches on the web

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In this edition of Scrambled: Tech Industry News, YouTube launches a new website with kid-friendly content!

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/ Megan Greene / 08.30.19

Weekly Cybersecurity Review for August 30, 2019

Weekly Cybersecurity Review for August 30, 2019

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In the Weekly Cybersecurity Review for August 30, 2019, we highlight cybersecurity news from around the world relevant to businesses and consumers. This week: WordPress plugin vulnerabilities, Magecart attackers compromise over 80 eCommerce sites...

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/ Megan Greene / 08.29.19

Cracked blog: 2019 Web Development Trends

Cracked blog: 2019 Web Development Trends

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In this weeks edition of the Cracked: blog, we found a list of the hottest projected trends for web design and development for 2019. Now that we're more than halfway through the year, are these trends still relevant?

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/ Megan Greene / 08.27.19

Basket of Greene Eggs Blog: STOP. Do Not Pass Go. Do Not Use Internet Explorer.

Basket of Greene Eggs Blog: STOP. Do Not Pass Go. Do Not Use Internet Explorer.

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We all know the name Internet Explorer - from the late 1990’s through the early 2000’s, IE was THE tool for browsing the internet. Whether for business or pleasure, Internet Explorer was a household name. Fast forward to 2019 and Internet Explorer...

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/ Megan Greene / 08.26.19

Cracked blog: Apple Card can be damaged by wallets and jeans

Cracked blog: Apple Card can be damaged by wallets and jeans

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In today's edition of Scrambled: Tech Industry News, Apple Card holders should be aware that the cards can be damaged by wallets and jeans.

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