It’s hard to imagine that in just two days, you, me and millions of other Americans will roll out of bed, lace up our boots and risk our own personal well-being (all before the sun dares to show its’ face) just to get a deal. Well, I say just. On no other day during the calendar year will you find quite so many deals for so many different products.
Black Friday is a week away, which, for me doesn’t mean much beyond seeing a million Black Friday status updates on my Facebook timeline. I don’t participate in Black Friday. The idea of shopping amongst a thousand rabid people who are determined to get that newest version of Tickle Me Elmo for their children at any cost just doesn’t sound like my idea of a good time. But, unfortunately, there are some things that can make your Monday blacker than Black Friday. So, to stay safe we have included a few Cyber Monday safety tips which are listed below.
Whether you're just starting your first business or you have been in business for decades finding an IT provider and consultant is an essential part of any serious business today. We live an age where our ability to do business is heavily influenced by the technology that we are able to use (and buy). Unfortunately, no matter how much we spend on tech equipment there are things that can go wrong. And, when it does you are going to need to get that equipment fixed.
For the past four years I have relied on a free subscription to Microsoft Office through my alma mater, Hofstra University. Then I graduated. My subscription disappeared and I was left between a rock and a hard place as I looked to replace Microsoft Office on my Macbook. To fully replace it I would have had to pay a whopping $140 for four programs (Excel, Powerpoint, Word and OneNote). And there was no way that was going to happen.
Clouds used to be puffy white abstractions in the sky that served as the ground for gods, angels and the occasional demon (see Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel); then science came along. Clouds became a collection of water particles that drifted aimlessly in the sky and the wonder that used to be associated with the upper troposphere dissipated faster than rainfall during monsoon season (though some benefits of cloud activity do exist, like rain).