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10Jun2014

Mail Services Make a Difference

Some people stay with their email out of loyalty or inertia. For some home-based users, we can find a few good reasons why you should switch. For businesses, we can’t find one why you should stay. First, here’s a little history. Back in the early days, we accessed the Internet through dial-up modems, and some
  • 10 Jun, 2014
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • AOL. Mindspring, Compuserve, GMail, ISP email, legacy email, Microsoft Exchange,
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10Jun2014

Pass on Provider-Provided Gateways

Whether you get your Internet and VOIP telephone service from your local phone carrier or cable company, you likely use their “gateway” as a router. They’ll tell you it’s free, but it’s not. You pay a monthly rental fee, for one thing, and you may be bound by the strings attached – later if not
  • 10 Jun, 2014
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • gateways, hotspot, ISP, router,
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10Jun2014

New Devices and the Texting Blues

We’re starting to see a lot of texting problems for customers who have switched from iPhones to Android devices. They’re not receiving text messages. One of the most common problems is other people’s phones not realizing that their new devices are not on the Apple network – even though they see “blue” while texting. The
  • 10 Jun, 2014
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • Android, iPhone, Skype, texting, Viber, Windows Phone,
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10Jun2014

The Apple of Our ‘i’

With Apple’s announcements of new operating systems and products, the summer of anticipation begins. The word we like to sum up some of the new possibilities is “continuity.” Here’s why. One of the new capabilities you’ll have with the new iOS 8 operating system for the iPhone is the ability to start writing an email
  • 10 Jun, 2014
  • Norman Rosenthal
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  • Apple, iOS8, OSX10.10, Yosemite,
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