Archive for May, 2011

PowerPoint Broadcasting In A Pinch

Posted by | Filed under Tips and Tricks | May 24, 2011 | Tags: , , | No Comments

  GoToMeeting or Webex are great services that provide all the tools that you could need to deliver an effective presentation over the internet, but what if you don’t have the need for something that elaborate and just need to share a PowerPoint Presentation?

Technology Tips from The New York Times

Have you ever found that perfect, hilarious, insightful, touching article to dazzle the Twitter-scape, only to experience the crush of defeat when you go to post it and your number count turns red because the link is 141 characters? Are you engaged in an ongoing battle with Word’s auto-formatting? Is your voicemail box full because […]

New Malware Targets OS X – Proves Macs are Not Virus-Proof

Posted by | Filed under News, Personal Computing | May 16, 2011 | Tags: , , , , , | No Comments

Besides the chic allure of a glowing apple adorning a paper-thin laptop, owning a Mac offers an exclusive level of security from the large variety of viruses that historically only plagued Windows machines. While the Mac’s aesthetics are still unrivaled, there’s a growing possibility of finding a worm in the Apple. A rogue virus targeting […]

Celebrating 25 Years of Community Living

Posted by | Filed under News | May 13, 2011 | Tags: , , , , | No Comments

Network Outsource joined the Institute for Community Living (ICL) for its Giving Voice to Independence 25th Anniversary Gala on Wednesday night at the Ritz-Carlton New York, Battery Park. The evening was a celebration of the accomplishments of our client, ICL, in improving the lives of individuals with psychiatric and developmental disabilities. In his opening address, […]

Password Safety Update: LastPass Compromised

Posted by | Filed under News | May 6, 2011 | Tags: , , , , , | No Comments

In a recent statement, LastPass, the password encryption service that creates and stores high-quality passwords and login information, announced that its database of user accounts was compromised. The company noticed unauthorized activity occurring within its system earlier this week and responded by requiring all users to change their master password as an extra security measure. […]

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