Archive for January, 2012

pcAnywhere – Disable or Remove… For Now

pcAnywhere – Disable or Remove… For Now

If you use pcAnywhere – Symantec’s software which allows you to access your computer remotely, Symantec is advising everyone to disable the software or remove it until a patch is available to repair certain vulnerabilities in the software.  This...

By on Jan 26, 2012

Category: Security

Bellsouth Email Scam

Bellsouth Email Scam

  Do you have or do you know someone who has a Bellsouth email address?  If so, be sure to read and share this post about a scam that we’ve seen too frequently in the last 10 days.  The...

By on Jan 26, 2012

Category: Email, Security

In God We Trust

In God We Trust

  Things Aren’t Always As They Appear   This morning, someone forwarded an email to me about the “new” US coins.  The email suggested that I shouldn’t use the coins because “In God We Trust” doesn’t appear on the...

By on Jan 23, 2012

Category: Email

February Webinars

February Webinars

  We’ve just scheduled two new webinars for February! Our webinars run about 30 minutes in length and are free. All you need to do is register and then log in at the appropriate time! Here’s the schedule: Wednesday,...

By on Jan 21, 2012

Category: Training

Excel Training

Excel Training

Microsoft Excel Training For those of you in the Jensen Beach/Stuart/Port Saint Lucie area, we’re offering a new series of live training classes on Microsoft Excel. The five classes will each be 1 1/2 hours in length.    ...

By on Jan 19, 2012

Category: Training

Gameover!

Gameover!

We always preach that you should NEVER click on any links in emails that claim to be related to your financial sites. Here’s another example of why you should adhere to our rule: The FBI has issued a special...

By on Jan 19, 2012

Category: Security

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