Entries by mgsuper

10 Email Etiquette Rules Everyone Should Follow

Online communication has taken the greatest jump in 2020. For many of us, email has become the primary way to communicate. We are spending hours and days composing, sending, and replying to emails. Digital communication requires a whole new skill set, which is why adopting solid practices is important. In this article, we are looking […]

10 Tips for Preparing Your Website for 2020 Holiday Season

Do you hear what we hear? Holiday shopping season is just around the corner- there are only a few weeks left until Black Friday and Cyber Monday. It only means one thing – it’s that time of the year again. While the shoppers are preparing and checking their lists twice, now it’s a perfect time […]

5 Tips to Optimize Your PC Performance

Listen, we get it. Computer repair is not your thing. As long as it’s running properly, you don’t think much about it. Yet, when your computer doesn’t work, it causes major stress. Don’t wait until computer repair is your only option. PC maintenance is like changing the oil every 3,000 miles on your car. It […]

Thankful & Grateful – Our Givings

DEAR CLIENTS & FRIENDS, Thanksgiving allows us to speak of our inner harvest and to direct our thoughts to the people who have kept us moving forward in our little technology business. It matters little where you are on Thanksgiving Day, It matters little if you are with family, friends or alone. It matters little […]

iGen Book Giveaway Winners – Read What They Wrote

It took less than a day from our September 5th announcement to receive five winners for our book giveaway. Each of these individuals is being sent a hardcover copy of iGen by Jean Twenge to read and share with their co-workers, families, and friends. Everyone has kids in their lives, one way or another- and […]

We’re Giving Away iGen by Jean M. Twenge – Here’s Why

The kids are not all right. Are smartphones making our kids unhappy? Are we on the brink of the worst mental health crisis in decades? In a recent Atlantic piece, social psychologist Jean M. Twenge explains, in dystopian terms, what’s going on with the generation currently in high school and college. iGens, the generation after the millennials, […]

60% of Small Businesses Close Within Six Months of a Cyberattack

The House Small Business Committee released this information on March 7, 2017.  It reinforces what we have been warning our clients, whether they are business owners or private individuals. Since we personally see the devastation of cybercrime every day, we reiterate the need for you to install Cylance, to help protect you from ransomware and […]

It’s Not Always Easy to be Thankful – Offering Thanks from Millennium Group

This Thanksgiving many families and friends will gather.  Food will be bountiful in many households, yet no doubt sparse in others. Disagreements may be plentiful, too. Uncertainty may hang over ladened tables, yet good cheer and heartfelt embraces may triumph. It is not always easy to feel thankful.  It is difficult to will ourselves to feel […]