This morning, while reading one of my daily enewsletters on my iPhone® 12, I must have brushed a poisoned advertisement because a warning suddenly popped up telling me that my iPhone was infected with no less than six (6) different viruses (love the specificity)!
After upgrading Vickie to a brand, spanking, new, faster than light, touchscreen computer, I noticed that she was complaining of problems with her trackball mouse. As a bit of background, Vickie Milazzo Institute moved all of our employees, willing or not, from traditional computer mice to trackball mice years ago.
We are deep into Spring and it’s time to clean out all that junk that you’ve accumulated on your computer over the last year.
A couple of Tech Tips back I explained how Certified Legal Nurse Consultants can add shortcuts to their iPhone. Now, that your phone is full of shortcuts and apps…
In the last year we’ve covered a lot of Tech Tips designed to help legal nurse consultants use Word faster and more professionally. Now, when you work on your legal nurse consultant jobs you should practically be a Word pro.
Certified Legal Nurse Consultants need to know what they’re facing as we continue to move more and more towards software as a service (SaaS), the Cloud and Cloud computing.
If you’re working on a legal nurse consultant job late into the night, slaving away over that hot keypad your eyes can often use a little help.
Tom’s Tech Tip: Time (Or Not) for Certified Legal Nurse Consultants to Add a Second Identity to Their iPhones
I love my iPhone® and I love Vickie’s iPhone. We both have access to each other’s phones and know the access/security code for each.
Many Certified Legal Nurse Consultants have asked me how to add a website bookmark to the home screen of their iPhone. You may want to bookmark the NACLNC® Directory so that you have quick access to thousands of CLNC® subcontractors.
Tom’s Tech Tip: What New Year’s Tech Resolutions Are Certified Legal Nurse Consultants Making for 2019?
In my last Tech Tip I asked what technology you received for Christmas. Today I’m asking you what you’re willing to do about it. In short, are you making and keeping resolutions to learn how to use your new tech? What about your old tech?