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Part Two: Outlook Social Connector. Why you should care, even if you don’t use it.

This post is a continuation of this one: If you aren’t familiar with the Outlook Social Connector then you should read that post first. Here are few people that I am not connected to. Let’s see what they look like. The above people are randomly pulled from mailing lists […]

Headlines read malware attacks in 2010 greater than all previous years combined

From Malware growth has reached its highest levels, with an average of 60,000 new pieces of malware identified every day, according to the latest threat report from security firm McAfee. Cyber criminals are becoming more savvy and attacks increasingly more severe, said the threat report for the third quarter […]

A phony crisis in London

Today I had the pleasure of meeting Dr Randi Lou Franklin. She is the owner of Inter-Lingua a firm that provides translation and interpretation services for many languages and specializes in medical, technical and engineering. I lost track of how many languages she speaks, oh and she’s a lawyer too. […]

The future is revealed

I spent last week representing Harbor Computer Services at the world-wide partner conference where we were honored with the Small Business Specialist of the Year Award. We beat out 3,000 eligible companies world wide. I want to thank all of our customers for making our job challenging and for being […]

Office 2010 Official Launch

Today I am staffing the community booth for Microsoft’s Office 2010 Launch down at the RenCen. My fellow IT Pros from across the State are stopping by to ask questions. Some are old friends, some I’m just meeting. It’s fun. But the real question of the day, is why should […]

Representing you at MVP Summit Next Week

I’m off to the Microsoft MVP Summit next week. This is the annual event where Microsoft’s developers get MVP’s from around the world into a small room by specialty where we thrash their current products and argue for feature adds that we think would benefit you. Much of what we’ll […]