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Tiger Tips: 5 E-mail Dos and Don’ts

According to recent surveys, business professionals spend about two hours per day organizing and managing their e-mail. That’s an average of 520 hours per year spent managing e-mail. “Ineffective, improper and incorrect use of electronic e-mail on company computers exposes organizations to wasted time, bad press, and the possibility of legal action,” notes Al Borowski, […]

Dancing off the Weight

No, it’s not another Richard Simmons video. The West Virginia Public Employees Insurance Agency sponsored a research project involving overweight and obese children of the state and Konami’s Corp’s “Dance Dance Revolution” video game. The study was performed with 50 overweight or obese children that ranged in age from 7 to 12 years. The study […]

Tiger Tips: Choosing the Right Music Download Service

Downloading music today is simple, fast and LEGAL! You can find vintage classics, 70s disco, European house and any other type of music of your liking. There are many Know which service will work with your iPod. Know which service specializes in independent artist and record labels. Understand which service you can recommend songs to […]

Tiger Tips: 5 Tips for Selecting the Right Mobile Printer

In today’s fast paced mobile world, mobile printers have proven to be invaluable. Mobile printers have reduced operating costs, increased productivity, increased revenue and made the mobile computing experience more efficient. Choosing the right mobile printer for you or your business’ needs is not a simple task. You have several factors to consider: printer features, […]

Tiger Tips: An Inside Look at Hard Drives

Hard Drives – Bigger is Better But Size (GBs) Does Matter and So Does Speed (RPM) When 2 Drives Are Better than One Purchasing a hard drive (HDD) is an important buying decision. That’s because all your data is saved on it. If you buy a low quality hard drive it may crash on you […]

Tiger Tips: 4 Tips for Public Hot Spots

When traveling city-to-city and town-to-town, we see signs promoting Wi-Fi access, sometime for free. Everywhere you look, someone has a laptop or other Internet capable Wi-Fi device and they’re surfing the net. But how do they gain access to the Wi-Fi network? We’ll give you a few tips on public Wi-Fi hotspots – how to […]

Quick Tips: A Better Way to Control Your Business – Project Management Software

There once was a time when project management was a time consuming and tedious job. With the creation of project management software programs such as Microsoft Office Visio or Microsoft Office Project, you can manage your business’ projects more effectively and have more time to get the job done. We’ll show you 5 reasons how […]

Tech News Wrap Up For The Week Of January 22, 2007

Let There Be Wi-Fi for Everyone Internet Service Provider Earthlink said this week that they are in the process of negotiating a contract with the City of Atlanta to build, own and operate a municipal wireless network. Atlanta, home of Earthlink for many years, is also making efforts to provide qualified residents with discounted Internet […]

Shedding Light on CD & DVD Burning

In the past several years, Compact Disc (CD) and Digital Versatile Disc (DVD) burners have become extremely popular for archiving files, pictures, music and more recently video. The popularity of these devices has been driven by their simplicity of use, availability of recordable media and the decreasing price for optical drives and recordable media. This […]

Quick Tips: Setting Up Your Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) – The Right Way!

Setting up a UPS is actually pretty simple, but there is a sequence that you must follow to ensure proper protection and power supplied to the devices connected. We’ll show you the steps to connecting your UPS – The Right Way! The importance of power protection to your PC and other electronic devices is absolutely […]

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