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Microsoft issues emergency update to address critical security flaw

By |2020-07-23T10:12:43-05:00July 20th, 2015|

Microsoft has released an update to fix a newly discovered security flaw that could allow “remote code execution” of a computer. The flaw is exploited through documents or webpages with embedded OpenType fonts and was considered critical enough for Microsoft to issue an immediate out-of-cycle patch. All current versions of Windows are affected including Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 and 8.1.

Facebook has updated News Feed controls to put you (more) in charge

By |2020-07-23T10:14:32-05:00July 10th, 2015|

Facebook has decided to take a step out of the way and let you choose—to an extent—the friends and pages that you want to see at the top of your feed when you first log on. According to Facebook “you’re the only one who truly knows what is most meaningful to you”, so they have expanded settings in News Feed Preferences to let you prioritize.

New course! Mobile Accessibility: Making Your Phone and Tablet Easier to See, Hear and Use

By |2020-07-23T10:14:32-05:00July 9th, 2015|

We are happy to announce our newest course, Mobile Accessibility: Making Your Phone and Tablet Easier to See, Hear and Use. Mobile devices have features to assist users with vision, hearing, and dexterity loss or decline. This class is a comprehensive introduction to the most popular features that can help overcome these issues and help a user get more out of their device.  

Independence Day redefined

By |2020-08-30T13:53:05-05:00July 2nd, 2015|

This Independence Day many individuals and families are grappling with independence in a different context: the desire to age in place and on one’s own terms. Technology is making that more possible than ever.

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