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In this issue:
  • For your business: Basics of Backups
  • For you: Fake News for Kids 
  • For your information: Videos, Events, and Career Opportunity
  • Spotlight
  • Tech Tip
News You Can Use

Backups 101

Our own Daniel explains the basics of backups: what they are, why they're important, and what you should consider when choosing the best backup solution. 

Today's kids are being born into and molded by a digital world -- and Google wants to make sure they're ready for it. 

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Inside Infinity

Our friends at Nine Line, Kennickell, and EmployAbility graciously helped announce our new logo and look back on 20 years in business in this video. Click to watch it and others on our YouTube channel.

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Where to Find Us


Thursday, Sept. 12 - Savannah Chamber Business Expo


Thursday, Oct. 24 - EmployAbility's Flourish

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We currently have a career opportunity. If you know someone who wants to be part of a hard-working, fun-loving team, tell them to apply today.

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Did You Know...

We have resources such as step-by-step guides, checklists, and more available for free on our website. From security to continuity, office moves to communication, we want our expertise to help you. Take a look and see what you can use today.  
Community & Partner Spotlight
When you need a builder who understands it's more than a house, that it's the foundation of your family's future, you need Ernest Homes. This woman-owned, family-operated company knows the difference really is in the details. And the entire Ernest team remains committed to achieving complete homebuyer satisfaction by building relationships based on integrity, professionalism and respect.

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💡 Tech Tip: How to Clean Up Your Online Presence 

Do you remember your first email account? Do you still have it, maybe even use it for newsletters and 'junk' signups?

Well, when you're ready to remove some of your old, unused accounts, there are a few things you can do. They're not hard, but they may take some time. 

1. Use deseat to search your email for accounts.
This tool will return a list that you can ignore (keep active) or follow up on and delete.  

2. Check apps and social sign-ins through Google, Facebook, and Twitter if you use them.

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